Still struggling to put together an outfit for your Haldi or Mehndi? Ditch the cliche lehengas and opt for matching coordinates instead. Co-ord sets are hassle-free and a super versatile outfit option for brides. They demand little to no styling from your end and are a major hit amongst celebrities like Kiara Advani and Alia Bhatt too.
Unlike separates, co-ord sets don’t need to be given too much thought and attention as they are usually all matchy-matchy or similarly patterned. So, you really don’t have to worry about what blouse colour or design would best go with say, a white printed flared skirt or your layered sharara pants, as they already come in the form of an outfit, in a set of two. Moreover, the best thing is that you can even don them as separates later, curating a whole new look for yourself.
Wait, no more and check out some of these best co-ord sets we’ve fetched exclusively for you. Do give them a thought while considering your Haldi & Mehndi outfit or maybe for any laid-back wedding ceremony.
Anita Dongre’s darling daughter-in-law, Benaisha slipped into this gorgeous floral co-ord set on her brunch and looked as fresh as a daisy.
A Perfect Blend Of Blue and White
Here’s a stylish co-ord set for Mehndi! It features a one-shoulder, collar blouse and an asymmetrically hemmed skirt.
For The Love of Unique Patterns
If fresh and distinctive patterns are your kind of fancy, you gotta save this bold and beautiful co-ord set for Haldi.
Pretty Pinks & Whites!
A super sultry blouse, an asymmetrically hemmed cape and high-waisted printed shararas together make this pink & white co-ord set a major hit for a small function.
A Pop Of Blue
One can never go wrong with this embellished bustier top, a short jacket and a belted skirt for a Mehndi. Would you like to save this co-ord set for your Haldi or Mehndi?
Alia Bhatt struck a co-ord between comfort and elegance in this rose floral printed co-ord set on her BFF’s sangeet ceremony and we’re taking all the inspiration.
Dhoti Pants And Crop Tops For The Win
Have you ever seen anything as unique as this striking co-ord set with not-so-common dhoti pants and a matching crop top to go along with it?