When you are a sister or best friend of the bride or groom, there is no better thing for the wedding wardrobe because you literally have the pass to be the next best dressed after the bride herself!
If you want to go for a more traditional silhouette, but still want to play up on the drama, here’s how to do it! You can either play up with colours and a fabric heavy lehengas, or lehengas which have work done on them, but smartly and minimally.
if you do want to go all out, we recommend keeping the colour non bridal and adding a touch of non-traditionalness to the outfit, like Manish Malhotra does with the lehenga below.
But if you really don’t want the bling, but still want to look wedding-worthy, Manish Malhotra shows us how, again! The flare of the skirt below more than makes up for the minimal work on it.
The wedding is also the perfect time to experiment with new trends and silhouettes and the current favourite is the cape!
Crop tops are also quite the rage and designers have been pairing them with slimmer lehengas. Super chic vibes.
And last but not the least, you know those floor length anarkalis and jacket lehengas always have your back!