Welcome back guys! I hope you’re enjoying the wedding season—I for one, attended one of my best friends’ wedding last week (see my photos here and have to say that weddings are in full swing in Delhi! I saw and I met so many stylish couples and the reason why they looked good together was because they seemed to have complemented their BAE’s outfits.
Yes, what I have to talk about today is how to mix and match your outfit with your partner’s ensemble.
Here’s a video by Truly Bridal’s Kalyani Desai.
To recap, here are some things to remember:
1. The idea is to subtly spell it out that you’re with your significant other. This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to wear the same colour but just to coordinate the outfit.
2. Remember, the level: in this case, it being a formal occasion and being the biggest day of your life, you both have to attain a sense of balance.
3. Matching doesn’t just mean going to the same designer—it could be something as simple as getting similar embroidery work done by the same designer.
4. Your partner doesn’t have to wear orange to match you—he can add that colour in the piping, buttons or even a pocket square. Remember, it’s all about the details.
5. Contrasting is always welcome—as long as there is one element that matches your beau’s outfit.
6. Pastels are the go-to tones for the brides and grooms this season. For example, a bride can wear a gold hued lehenga, while the groom can complement her with a champagne hued sherwani.
7. Remember, the groom should add some colour to his outfit—he can choose to do that with his sappha, jewellery and more.
8. Most of us Indian brides already have a very colourful ensemble so it’ll be ideal if there is one neutral factor: it could be nude hued polka jewellery, makeup tricks or even your accessories.
9. Finally, remember, it’s about communicating and understanding your partner so as long as you’re doing that, you will look great!
We hope you enjoyed this feature. Stay tuned to the Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers YouTube channel for more such updates.