What To Wear To Weddings This Summer: Celebrity Stylist Tanya Ghavri Gives You The Best Labels!
BY Latha Sunadh | 07 Apr, 2017 | 3480 views | 3 min read
Summer wedding lehengas come with their own agenda - lighter fabrics, more sexy silhouettes and easy breezy ideas. But how do you go through the riff-raff and decide what's good for you? We found the ideal way. We got ace Celebrity stylist, Tanya Ghavri to give us the goop on the latest trends and labels that are taking the wedding world by storm and she did. Read on...
Linen Sarees: These have taken the runaway by storm, particularly since the movement to sustainable fashion and handwoven fabrics. Loose, airy and yet traditional, they help you beat the heat and still look the part. Tasteful cutouts: We all know that with weddings comes your relative’s watchful eyes-but there are ways around them. Tasteful cut-outs in the right area will ensure that you highlight the areas of your body you want to, you get the breathing space you deserve in an Indian summer AND you remain traditional with a twist! Long, flowy dresses: Bust out the maxi dress over summer. An Indian wedding almost assuredly means that you have a series of different events you have to plan ahead for. Opt for a maxi dress for a day event and let your body breathe while you swirl, twirl and dodge the sweat fest! Florals: Meryl Streep may have sneered at the idea of florals in ‘Devil wears Prada’ but you can’t deny how pretty florals look under a warm summer sun. Florals and climbing temperatures are such a classic combination! Avoid synthetic fabrics: Opt in for chiffon, georgette and other silks and cottons as opposed to heading up synthetic alley. Being comfortable in what you wear will always trump building a valley of sweat beneath your clothes! Go soft on your make up: Higher temperatures inevitably means your make up feels like it’s melting. Avoid the cringe fest when the photographs arrive, and opt in for a lighter face of make up. We promise you won’t regret it!
The Best Labels For Summer Weddings? Here we go...
Anushree Reddy: The best light-weight lehengas with the most interesting pastel hues!
Jayanti Reddy: Minimal embroideries and maximum style!
Sukriti and Aakriti: Gota never looked better - it's all about style and sweetness! Esp their shararas and their kurta - lehengas.
Nishka Lulla: Light floral tops and skirts in the same print for a chic Mehendi.
Payal Singhal: Don't you forget to try those beaded fringe lehenga sets. Super chic!
Masaba: Her offbeat silhouettes and the foil-print saris - Sangeet specials!
Shriya Som: The beaded capes are so stylish and throw them on any light-hued lehenga and you're set!
Koashee by Shubhitaa: Handloom dresses and the easy breezy lehengas!
Saaksha & Kinni: Floral jumpsuits and beautiful Indian cover-ups.
Aikeyah: The fine tunics - in beautiful fabrics!
The Holiday Trunk by Dhoom Dhaam Weddings, an exhibition curated by celebrity stylist Tanya Ghavri is coming to Delhi. Get all your summer essentials under one roof on Saturday, 22nd April at The Grand, New Delhi.