If your cousin or your BFF is getting married this wedding season and you have nothing to wear, we are here to help you out. Buying new clothes for every wedding festivities might not be feasible, so mixing and matching your outfits is one smart way to rock and roll through the ceremonies.
If you’re tired of wearing the same old lehenga choli in this hot weather or don’t want to go the traditional way in a saree, wearing a plus size kurtis is the next best option. You can wear a plus size kurti if you want to stay lowkey in this heat. If you’ve got plus size kurtis in your wardrobe, we show you unique ways to rock them at the wedding celebrations.
- Kurti with palazzo: This is an ideal combination to wear when you’re attending the pre-wedding festivities of your BFF. A pretty embroidered plus size kurti such as the one studded with intricate phulkari work can be paired with a plain palazzo. You can pair your look with a brocade dupatta in the same colour palette. Mixing prints is another option which will give you a fashionable look.
- Kurti with lehenga: You can pair your designer kurti with a lehenga if you’re up for some experiment. If your leggings or pants are too simple and you want to sport a heavily embellished look, swap the leggings with your lehenga or a matching skirt with intricate embroidery on it. You can ditch the dupatta to achieve a classic Bohemian look.
- Kurti with sharara: The good old sharara never goes out of style, which is why you can ditch the top and pair your kurti with your sharara pants for a combination look. If both your sharara pants and kurti are heavily embroidered, you can opt for a plain sheer dupatta to balance out the look.
- Kurti as a saree blouse: How about trying to wear your saree in a different way this time? The next time you wear a saree, ditch the blouse for your kurti. A heavily embellished kurti will look great on a relatively simple blouse to balance the look. You will indeed become a trendsetter if you carry this experimental risk with confidence.
- Kurti as a dress: Kurtis is such a versatile fashion outfit that you can even wear them as a dress. If your designer kurti has no slits on the sides, you can wear them as a one-piece dress. Pair them with your heels or wedges, and you’re good to rock any wedding-related event. You can go sans accessories to pull off this look, especially if your kurti is already a heavily embroidered one. You can experiment with the size of the kurti, such as knee-length or ankle-length.
A great way to carry a plus size kurti is accessorising it with traditional jewellery like earrings, rings or necklaces. In addition, you can opt for a chic hairdo, such as wearing your hair down in curls or soft waves or even styling it straight or in some classic updo.