7 Pieces Your Wardrobe Needs For All The Upcoming Summer Weddings

Summer wedding season is upon us and truth be told, you don’t need to be a bride to stress about finding something to wear. If there’s a wedding coming up and you’ve procrastinated on shopping for an outfit or simply been tied up at work, we’re here to help! Scroll down to discover our top picks for summer wedding outfits. Think light layers of chiffon, pastel tones and floral saris. Though, to be honest, these are outfits we would happily wear in the winter too!

Hello, Yellow

A versatile poncho is the perfect fit for a day time wedding, especially when it’s in the it colour of the season. Style it with loose izaar pants at your best friend’s dholki and we guarantee you’ll be turning heads. What we especially love about the pieces at Misha Lakhani is the delicate craftsmanship that ensures they’ll last a lifetime.

Elaborate Ivory

Graceful, feminine and classic. This Nida Azwer organza sari is the perfect ensemble for a nikkah or a reception. It’ll allow you to make a statement, all while keeping it effortless and elegant.

Pretty In Pink

Blush pinks are practically a staple when it comes to wedding wear – especially in the summer. We love this Farah Talib Aziz chickenkari peshwas if you’re looking to make a subtle statement. It’s feminine and delicate, and can be dressed up with heels, or worn with a pair of khussay for a more low-key look.

Black Is Back

This is what chic minimalism looks like! Shamsha Hashwani’s black silk kurta is the ideal choice for a musical night or a more low-key event where you want to keep the look simple. Side note: Anyone who thinks you can’t wear black to a wedding, think again! A classic colour like black can be worn just about anywhere.

Royally Red

Channel your inner princess in this simple yet timeless Zara Shahjahan outfit. No one does old school glamour better than her. The intricate embellishments on the neckline paired with the organza dupatta have our heart!

Lilly Of The Nile

Dance the night away at your next shendi in Mahgul’s teal crushed sharara. The fresh, mint blue-green hue and the luxurious lame fabric, will ensure you stand out in all the right ways. We love how the designer gives even the most traditional pieces a contemporary twist.

Printed Patterns

It may not be the most conventional choice, but sari’s are fast becoming a trend amongst millennial traditionalists. If you’re willing to hop on the bandwagon, Sania Maskatiya’s charmeuse sari is the best place to start. This sari will not only take you through wedding season, but also any formal event you’re anticipating on attending.

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