New-age brides are all about picturesque weddings. It's no wonder our social media is flooded with brides who are experimenting with modern silhouettes and contemporary outfit choices. But if you think that contemporary stops at just drapes and silhouettes, let us break it to you that the colour is also a super crucial element! We're trying our bit in breaking out of the colour schemes that Indian wedding trousseaus have adhered to for so long, now, and we're doing that with one of our favourite hues of the season - white. Don't know how to wear white to a wedding and make it look appropriate? Here's Janhvi Kapoor clad in this Tarun Tahiliani saree who can definitely motivate you some!
While 2020 gave us a plethora of colour trends (we mean the jewel tones and citrus hues), nothing can beat the versatility of whites. We love the simplicity of this georgette saree, which, unlike the previously deemed wedding-appropriate sarees only has embroidery on the borders. We also love the blouse with the chic bejewelled noodle-strap that accentuates the look. If you're a minimalist who wants to make a statement while keeping things majorly effortless - rest assured; this look is for you!
Wear your white saree to a chic sangeet ceremony or a reception party with statement kundan chaandbalis or a basic mathapatti. If you want to go for a look that's a little more pheras-worthy, then, throw on a kundan choker instead. We would suggest a classic chignon to add on to the grace and opting for a bold lip colour, such as berry or wine to add some dimension to the overall look.
Liking it already? Set the trend at the next wedding you attend in this pristine white saree by Tarun Tahiliani that is available on Aza (and thank us later).
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