Outfit Ideas To Get That Sassy Indian Bridesmaid Look


Bridesmaid outfits are as important as a bride's outfit. Read on to know about some bridesmaid outfit ideas to take cues from for your bridesmaid look. Read on.

Written By Riddhi Adsul | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The wedding season has just kicked in with all the love birds turning into life long partners. The bride and groom, of course, receive all the due attention but let us not forget the bridesmaid and the best men.

The bridesmaids have a quite notable role in their BFF's wedding-from the wedding dress selection to handling her tissues at bidaai. Have a look at some gorgeous outfit Ideas for every Indian bridesmaid. 

Gorgeous Outfit Ideas For Every Indian Bridesmaid

The bright bridesmaid squad

In every Indian wedding, the bride is usually seen in red coloured dresses as it is said to be a notable wedding colour. So to match along with the bride and get a contrasting look, the bridesmaid squad can opt for bright coloured lehenga and sarees. Have a look at Alia Bhatt's best-friends wedding pictures, inspiring the bridesmaid outfits.

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The twinning bridesmaid squad

Twin with all your fellow bridesmaids' outfits by selecting a similar pattern and coloured dresses. All the bridesmaid outfits can either be of similar colours and different designs or vice versa. However, you can also create a similar design and colour pattern.

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Contrasting Bridesmaid Outfits

Choose bridesmaids dresses that complement the bridal outfit. You can choose a lehenga and a saree and look more synced than ever. Check out in the picture of the bridesmaid outfits that have the pink colour picked from the bride's pinkish-red lehenga. 

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