Since the pandemic has been incessantly raining down on our parade (quite literally - hello, monsoon!), everyone has been rightly playing it safe when it comes to 'going out for shopping'. But since so many intimate weddings and at-home receptions demand swift shopping actions otherwise, it has become crystal clear that online is the way to go. If you're a typical millennial whose superpower is procrastinating, then, fret not, we got you covered with our last-minute-shopping options. Presenting, our handpicked ready to ship styles that are here to save the day which are a part of Aza's Big Luxury Sale
Call it a lazy girl's guide to a quick-fix, but we sure ain't complaining as we belong with you, too (sorry, not sorry). Take a look!
Shantanu and Nikhil
Attending a reception in two weeks and still looking for an outfit? Turn toward this pink metallic saree-gown by Shantanu & Nikhil. Style the gorgeous outfit with traditional kundan danglers and heels to make the look indo-western.
Since white is a trending colour in the wedding circuit these days, choose this pristine anarkali set featuring dainty floral embroidery by Rohit Bal. If you want to go OTT, choose heavy jewellery, or stick to dainty earrings or maangtikka if you are a minimalist. Seal the deal with embroidered juttis.
Mix two of the season's best colour trends - pastels and citrus hues, and opt for this exquisite lime-coloured anarkali from designer Anamika Khanna for an at-home wedding ceremony. Keep the look uber simple and pair a maangtikka and juttis to complete the look.
Anju and Harleen
After checking out numerous celebs, are shararas on your mind? Waste no time and pick this elegant piece by Anju and Harleen. Pair the outfit with kundan chaandbaalis and a potli for a simple haldi ceremony.
Forgot all about that cocktail party that's due in two weeks? Look no further and shop this red pre-draped saree by Tarun Tahiliani. To make the look more contemporary, we suggest you pair it with a chic mathapatti and sky-high heels. Plus, it's Tarun Tahiliani, and it's definitely a steal-deal.
Prama by Pratima Pandey
Shopped for your sister's wedding but left out all the pre-ceremony essentials? Here's a chic kurta set for you by Prama by Pratima Pandey that is equal parts comfortable and stylish. Style it with simple studs or pearl-drop earrings.
If you tend to lean towards earthy, rustic hues rather than poppy, vibrant ones, choose this maroon and forest green kurta-lehenga set by Heena Kochhar for an intimate roka ceremony. Complete the look with an elegant passa and juttis.
Since our favourite celebrities have inspired us to go pro-kaftans, why not take it a notch ahead and wear it to parties? Stun at a wine and cheese party in this kaleidoscopic kaftan-palazzo set by Anamika Khanna and go sans jewellery.
Osaa by Adarsh
Jackets with festive wear is a new trend that we are crushing on, that makes this red jacket-palazzo set from Osaa by Adarsh a befitting choice for your cousin's chooda ceremony. Pair it with temple jewellery to make the look fusion.
If you're planning a bridesmaid outfit keeping in mind those time-taking alterations, a big thumbs up! Since it's summer, you can opt for ethnic styles with lively hues, much like this gorgeous yellow and pink lehenga set by Nitika Gujral for a haldi ceremony. Style it with a mathapatti and juttis.
Abraham and Thakore
Need a comfortable ethnic set for day-long pujas? Get your hands on this lime green kurta by Abraham and Thakore. Avoid going overboard with heavy accessories and opt for simple oxidized jhumkas.
Is a sexy black gown on your mind for your BFF's reception? Choose this sequin fish cut gown by Sharnita Nandwana and steal all the attention. Pair it with a crystal jewellery set and heels to complete the look.