None of you would deny the fact that nothing more we all are ever excited about than our “best friend ki Shaadi”. Right?
Somewhere in your thoughts or may be even in your conversations too you often must have been mentioning about the all crazy stuff you want to do for her wedding. And ultimately when that much awaited heyday arrives, as before any important event the most important question that crops up is what to wear?? Talking about Indian weddings…. celebration is not confined to a day,it’s rather a saga. Isn’t this really amazing as it lets you flaunt off not only one but the variety of styles (what else do girls want 😉)
Alright girls, jumping to the today’s topic I would like to tell you why I ditched sarees and lehengas and picked up ‘palazzo fashion‘ for my bestie’s wedding functions.
Firstly, we know very well palazzos are the hot trends and almost everyone is crushing upon them. There are the number of ways to style them to get that perfect ethnic, western or casual look(which makes it an absolutely sensible investment for long-term use). So definitely, you need to give it a try.
Secondly, it’s your best friend’s wedding. She is the bride. Of course, nobody else should steal her show and you know what a great crime it is in girls fashion world to wear anything even close to what a girl is wearing. Lehengas and sarees being the top favourite pick of every Indian bride make palazzos the official bridesmaids attire.✌
Next, like many of you out there I too have a regular 9-7 job that sucks and pleading for leaves is almost equal to asking your boss for his/her kidneys(I am pretty sure all the working women out there will totally agree with me). So, bound by the circumstances I always had a nick of time to get ready. Palazzos proved to be a super saviour for me in this case. I wore a simple cotton Kurti with flared palazzo pant (from fbb stores) to work for a decent office look and just before leaving for the Mehendi function did slight make-up touch up, added some oxidized silver bangles and jhumkis and I was all set to go!
I totally wanted to enjoy every bit of this process. Getting Mehendi, Haldi done,meet everyone,hope around everywhere in the house and keep a record of everything(at least trying to pretend that am playing key role in armaments) and most important of all, top on priority was to dance my heart out and yes! I was well aware I won’t be able to afford even fraction of nap in midst of all this excitement. So, I wanted to slip into something super comfy and easy to manage and cut off all that saree/lehenga hassle. Easy breezy palazzo seemed to be a good option and I was not proved wrong. I was twirling around like a free bird instead of being concerned about drapes.
Finally, it was the D-day, I had to push glamour quotient up so I chose to wear this jazzy slit Kurti with sequin details in beige with green flared palazzos and soft muslin dupatta(from a boutique in Bareilly).And teamed it up with an expensive watch, lakh bangles, Kundan earring and golden clutch cum sling.
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