When it’s your big day, you want to make sure you look perfect and eye-catching. For the bride and groom, it is tradition to have synchronizing outfits that will draw attention to them. You can also turn u your costumes if you have been invited to such events as a couple. Picking out an outfit can be stressful, ensure you are shopping as a couple to get the perfect choice for both parties.
Here are a few ways you can match your outfits
Matching the hues
Matching the hues in your outfits is the easiest way to come up with matching outfits. All you have to do is balance one of the colors in your outfit with that of your partner. A beautiful red embroidered saree will match perfectly with a matching kurta and white sherwani jacket.
Just a pinch of color
Although it is crucial to synchronize, you do not have to wear the same color or material outfit to match your engagement or wedding. The groom can have a different color outfit with a little part of the bride’s material in the sleeves and pocket. This look works perfectly with a lehenga choli and kurta pyjama combination
Complementing colors are perfect for an engagement
As I said, you do not have to have the same material and color outfits to stand out in your own engagement. One good way of synchronizing your outfits is by wearing complementing colors. For instance, red, orange and pink compliment each other well. Ensure you do not make the synchronization too obvious.
If you are doing a wedding or engagement party with a huge crowd, this is the best time to ensure your outfits look alike completely. Match all the colors, fabric and styles in your outfits. The perfect flaring saree will synchronize well with a, matching sherwani with a little flare at the hemline.
Change the game
In Indian weddings, people are used to seeing the darker hues on the bride while the groom typically wears bright block colors. Instead of this, your groom can wear a bold color, like red and you can have a white lehenga and white choli with red floral patterns. This look is elegant and perfect for a modern wedding.
Matching your accessories and embroideries/embellishments
Sometimes, the highlight of the outfit is usually the jewelry. Indian wedding jewelry is exquisite and chunky and has been worn for centuries. Matching the jewelry is quite a task, you have to be careful about the jewelry and how it complements both outfits. If you choose to wear precious stones, they can be embedded in the groom’s cuffs and buttons. The embroidery match looks really great on an engagement party; ensure they are of the same color and pattern to make it look more synchronized.
The modern pastel look
Pastel colors have become a favorite among fashion lovers. In the fashion world, pastel colors can match with any outfit for several occasions. When attending a wedding or engagement, you want to stand out in the crowd. You can catch a few stares by matching a pastel look with your partner. A plum, pink, or orange colored flared and floral kurti from Stylecaret will match well with the same colored kurta pyjama is you are a guest.
Matching in Gold
If you do not feel like matching your outfits too much, you can go for a gold theme. This is the perfect color for such a celebration. You can wear outfits in different hues, but have them embellished or embroidered in the same gold theme. The gold placement on the collar and sleeves will make your outfits perfectly.
Stick to one color
This is meant for the groom. This is the perfect modern engagement look for ethnic outfits. it works well with a patterned lehenga and plain choli top, then the groom to wear a plain kurta pyjama that matches with the color of the choli. For this look to work, you should pick out bright colors and light floral patterns for the lehenga.
Contrasting your outfits may work well for you
Blending your outfits in the right way will give you a perfect engagement look. Color contrasting may be difficult if you are the host of the party. As an invite, you can get your partner to wear a contrasting color that still synchronizes with your outfit.
You can match your prints
The colors of your outfits may not be alike, but you can get the same vibe with some fancy patterns. Traditionally patterns have been used in religious and cultural events for their significant meaning. A good saree with a nice pattern will match well with a beautiful patterned sherwani jacket.
Colors of the same family
This is not a hard concept to grasp when it comes to matching your fashions. This simply means that the outfit of you and your partner should typically look similar. The hues should be bright for both outfits but not necessarily the exact same shade. You can even have your outfits in different materials as long as they fall under the same color family.
Your tie and turban
Instead of matching your whole outfits, you can choose to do it in sections of your clothing. This is the perfect way to synchronize the bridesmaids and grooms men’s outfits in a modern day wedding. If the theme of the lehenga choli or saree of the bridesmaids is purple, the groom’s men should wear a turban or tie of the same color. Not only will these promote the style of the whole event, but show off the synchronization of the couples.
Layers! Layers! Layers!
Layering matching outfits will make you look like a more synchronized couple in your event. For the females, you can throw on a heavy silk dupatta that matches the print and the color of your partner’s salwar suit. You can have a multicolored lehenga choli outfit and have your partner match it up with a dupatta of the same color and material.
I hope this is helpful when you are picking out your engagement or wedding outfit or when you have been invited to a wedding. Take your time while shopping for your gowns and do not forget that online stores have the best deals.