Tips for Dressing for a Mehndi

Tips for Dressing for a Mehndi

Wedding day is the most important day in one’s life along all other days like Mehndi and walima.

Most memorable traditional and cultural event of one’s life especially for bride and girls cousins and friends. The function of mehndi the most favorite for all after sangeet and dholki. So the selection of dress for bride as well as for sisters and friends make them crazy.

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1. Bridal dress:

Bridal dress

A marriage remains incomplete without the typical wedding dress. Every culture carries their own celebration styles. Function of Mehndi Dress before wedding date creates zeal and zest among masses. So the tips for dressing for a Mehndi are: At the function of Mehndi tough task for bride to choose dress. The bride wants to look gorgeous, assertive, charismatic, perfect and attractive especially on the occasion of Mehndi. Dress selection on Mehndi should make the bride to feel like a queen on the special occasion of her life.

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2. Color selection:

Mehendi dress in indian

Mehndi dress has limited hues like yellows, greens and pinks. But now trends have been changed limited hues are used with multi touch of purple, electric blue, peach and many more. Tips to select your favorite mehndi dress for bride having bright hues, enchanting eye catching. Now a day’s multi-color hues are in fashion. The multi colors also make the outfit stylish and eye-catching. Brides should experiment and wear more colors, different hues and designs.

3. Fabric material:

zaridabka Fabric material Dress

In summer people prefer crinkle chiffon with zaridabka or stone work and cotton fabric due to hot weather only in extreme condition. In winter banarasi fabric or jamawar, silk fabric can be use with zaridabka work or gotta work with stone fusion.

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4. Dress type:

Mehndi dress churidar pajamas

Mehndi dress designing for brides would be lehengas, gharars, churidar pajamas, pleated or petyala salwar with short shirt with heavy dupattas and anarkali frocks. Recently new trendy way to have a long shirt with sharara with embroidery zari and stone work.

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