Isha Borah, the north-eastern beauty who has been a craze amongst the fashionistas for her unique fits combining traditional Indian wear with western zing.
Hailed to be the style goddess by her followers, Isha brings to us 5 haldi looks for your BFF’s wedding.
“Your perfect haldi look for your bff’s wedding would be one that not only makes you look effortlessly glamorous but also lets you feel comfortable. Check out some of my favourite looks that you can try for your bff’s haldi ceremony,” states Isha.
As haldi ceremony is typically held during the day, you can keep your look fresh and subtle without losing the glam factor. You can opt for a long Anarkali suit and churi pants in any pastel colour. Depending on your convenience and style, you can opt for a string-strap Anarkali or a full-sleeved one with a V-neck (they tend to give an elongated appearance). Complete the look by wearing chunky or statement earrings and jootis.
If you want to make your appearance look stylish and bold, then you should definitely check out traditional Indian wear in neon colours. Neon colours are also currently in trend. You can opt for a printed neon yellow suit to keep your look more fun and quirkier. Also, less is more when it comes to neon colours, so ensure that you do not over-accessorize.
Organza sarees look beautiful, and they can also make you look elegant. You can opt for an organza saree in colours such as white, pink, green, lavender, and yellow. Opt for a contrasting coloured blouse to accentuate the overall look and enhance it further. Accessorize with a statement necklace or earrings, and bangles or cuffs on your hands. Also, make sure that you drape the saree well so that the pleats stay in place and do not get messed up due to the fabric’s slippery texture.
If you feel that you won’t be too comfortable wearing an organza saree or even a neon suit or Anarkali, then go ahead with any cotton dress. Wear a bright one-coloured midi cotton dress and accessorize it with a long Aghani neckpiece. You can pair the dress with any neutral-coloured sandals.
Luckhnowi Chikankari is one of my favourite embroideries. Easily available in different colours, fabrics, and designs, clothes in chikankari embroidery will always make you look stylish. If you do not wish to wear a kurta or saree, then you can try the indo-western look by opting for a georgette chikankari long jacket. Wear it over a tank or tube top and pair it with skin-fit ankle-lenght denims.