Among all the dear sisters and girlfriends of the bride, only a few get their hands on being the bridesmaids including you! It’s a tough task to be a bridesmaid as it comes with lots of responsibility. From planning a bachelorette to every single thing that the bride demands. As the wedding approaches, you get busy with all the wedding shenanigans and forget the most important thing, that is the bridesmaid dress. Before time runs out, choose one of these summery looks for your best friend’s or your sister’s wedding.
Pastel shades are a win-win for those summer weddings. Hues and shades of colors like pink, blue, peach and mint make you look simple and elegant all at once. They make your photographs look and feel dreamy and exquisite. It’ll get enhanced more if you take foliage as your background! Either pick a western or an Indian outfit, these colors will look good on you!
2. Go Floral!
Alia’s floral flowy lehenga is a must-have for a summer wedding. Floral designs with purple, pink, magenta and other bright colors can be quirky and fun for your BFF’s wedding. With the Indo-Western touch, it brings out the best in you! Adorning every inch of this beautiful piece and a cropped blouse will ensure that all eyes are on you!
3. Wrap Up A Saree
Who said red is the color only for the bride? You can look stunning along with the bride in red as well! Just pick a Georgette or silk saree and go for a hair bun with it. Red saree with a golden border and minimal jewelry will make you stand out from the wedding crowd!
4. Wear The Contrast
Stand out in white, though white is not much relished to be worn at weddings. You can still work it out with a little touch of golden trim at the ends of lehenga and dupatta. You can also pick the golden block printed lehengas.
5. White Shirt To The Rescue!
A white shirt is a staple in a woman’s closet, but no one thought that it could be used at weddings as well. This Aditi Rao Hydari look is a pretty composed outfit. Pair it up with sneakers, just as Rhea Kapoor wore it at Sonam Kapoor’s wedding!