If you are searching for the perfect outfit to wear to your next wedding in attendance, look no further. This blog is going to give you the ultimate list of contemporary Indian outfits you can get designed by your tailor next door. Most Indian dresses are conceptual, innovative and driven by ethnic prints, sequins and embroidery. Some dresses from this list come from well-known designers, and may come with a hefty price tag. But if you are a designer yourself, or know a tailor who can innovate with these ideas in mind, you can have these dresses made. After all, we are all driven by concepts, and see art around us everywhere in order to create more art. Get scrolling and choose the design that is going to suit your body type and the one you will wear to the next shaadi/wedding.
Red is a perfect wedding color choice, and especially when it has such great cuts and a feminine silhouette. This dress is for the women who aren’t scared to experiment with bold cuts and a deep neck. The embroidery and finish of this dress is a one to make you look slim for your next wedding!
Yellow, especially this bold and filled with a citrus blast, is one to grab eyeballs. I love the wide-leg sharara style pants loaded with silver mirror embellishment. Reminds me of the Abhinav Mishra designs from Delhi.
For those of you attending a wedding in South-India or a South Indian wedding, and you want to look great, but not too simple in a saree, try out this mix. Try to blend in Kancheepuram silks, or neon tones with classical borders. And do not forget to wear bold, yet simple accessories!
Kiara Advani looking absolutely ravishing in this kurti-lehenga mix. It is an easy contemporary outfit that you can create easily. For this outfit, try to work with existing lehengas and kurtis you have and take it up as your DIY project. Or else, get your local tailor involved to create this style for you!
Another great example of a kurti and lehenga done right, with different colors. Try to choose pastel prints to stand out or a mix of different colors embellished with design and mirror work.
Karigars definitely show off their best work with Indian couture designs. Aditi Rao Hydari is looking absolutely stunning as she wears this gold embellished lehenga skirt with an exaggerated sleeve!
If you are attending a simple Haldi, or Mehendi function, it is nice to dress ethnic, however by adding in the breezy look. This is a perfect outfit for all those looking for a simple, yet Indian outfit to wear to your next gathering post pandemic!
Contemporary Indian is the new way of dressing to most Indian weddings for the millennials and if you want to blend-in, this is one way. Natasha Luthra is looking great as she balances proportions with her simple white shirt and an ethnic Indian long skirt.
If you are the modern minimal woman, try out this beautiful style for your next Indian wedding. Accessorize with simple diamond earrings to do the trick!
Another pastel embellished outfit which speaks contemporary in every way, I love the way it has been put together and styled to create such a beautiful ensemble.
Anita Dongre always does wonders on her designs with a nice cotton prints on Indian traditional clothes. This is the best way to put it together for a summer wedding!
For those of you who want a little more glamorous looking outfits, try out this gota style print with black. This is one of the most elegant looking outfits you can wear to your next wedding!
Lastly, but not the least, this is a great style to try out for those of you having a lean upper body and a broader lower body profile. It is going to emphasize all the right parts of your body!
Lots of Love,
Road Dress Travelled x