The most fun you have in weddings is on the day of the Sangeet. So why not make it memorable with great dance routines, jewellery pieces and ensembles? Be For Beauty, in association with Kalyan Jewellers gives you fashion cues for the sangeet ceremony. In this video by Shubhika Davda for Truly Bridal, you will find some great ideas for both, jewellery and outfits.
I loved the ideas shared by her. Let’s decode these looks, one by one…
Look 1: If you’re comfortable with an Anarkali, then please stick to it. Ask your designer to ask a sheer cape to add some glam quotient to your ensemble. You can totally ditch the dupatta and dance away on Sangeet night with your friends and loved ones. Go for light greens, blues and mustard if it’s a day function, whereas darker shades look better in the evenings. Pair with light gold jewellery or traditional polka earrings.
Look 2: For the not-so-traditional bride, make a statement with a peplum jacket with embroidery or light Zari work. It so happens that quilted jackets in bright colours do most of the talking, so if you go for this look you’ll be sorted. You can opt for plain overlay pants (they look like a sharara) or something with light bootis.
Look 3: A lifesaver for brides who don’t want to freeze on their Sangeet night, Shubhika opts for a sheer, embellished bodysuit. If you prefer really fine thread work (like Ari), or heavier work (like Zardozi), then ask for the same. Pair it with a multi-hued lehenga and a pre-stitched, stick-thin dupatta to show off your blouse.
Look 4: The Dhoti saree is making rounds at International runways and why shouldn’t it? It’s ultra-chic and comfortable to wear. It’s all about draping it distinctly so make sure you have someone who really knows how to make this sari shine. Pair it with round earrings or moon baalis and a diamond necklace.
Look 5: A must-have for all girls obsessed with lehengas, a princess cut, high-waist lehenga along with a contrast choli/blouse is all the rage. This is ideal for a bride who wants to highlight her waist and back. Pair this with traditional gold jewellery.
Remember; be comfortable in what you wear so that you have lots of fun at your Sangeet. Share your experiences or what you wore, in the comments’ section. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers YouTube channel.