Got a monsoon wedding coming up? Take a seat and relax, as we gear you up with the dos and don’ts for your big day in this rainy season.
The pitter-patter of the raindrops and lush greenery can lure one into desiring a wedding in the wet season. However, besides the panoramic view of the venue a lot can go wrong with you wedding look. Don’t fret! WODROB has got you covered for your upcoming wedding this season. We have curated a list of 3 MAJOR DOs with regards to your outfit – follow them and you are sure to rock your monsoon wedding while looking like a million bucks.
- Pick the RIGHT Fabric: We can’t stress enough on this aspect. You need to strike the right balance between the right color (think bright) and the right fabric (think light). Even if your wedding is indoor (which is a wise choice considering the season), the humidity and the moisture can ruin the way your dress holds up. WODROB suggests you let go of heavy-weight fabric such as Silk, Velvet and by all means AVOID heavy embroidery; instead, you can opt for lighter and flowy fabrics such as Net, Crepe, and Tissue with minimal yet significant embroidery. You can focus more on the pattern and designs of your outfit to make a statement.
Here are a few picks from Aza Fashion:
- Pick the RIGHT Make-up and Hair do: This aspect is the second most important thing that can make or break your entire look. It will not only enhance your outfit, but will also give you a much needed boost in this gloomy weather to channel your inner diva. WODROB suggest you strictly opt for only waterproof and oil absorbent products. Aim for a no make-up, make-up look with a bold lip-color. This sort of make-up will not only make you appear naturally beautiful, but will also fit in perfectly with the weather. Hence, making you look ethereal.
As for hair, instead of keeping your hair open on the wedding day, go for a stylish messy or neat bun or an embellished braid. You can also use fresh seasonal flowers as adornments.
Here are a few make-up picks from Mac Cosmetics:
- Pick the RIGHT Footwear: Lastly, feel free to keep comfort as your top criteria for your wedding. Indian weddings are a long affair; WODROB suggests you opt for flat shoes to complete your look. Less inched heels, wedges or platforms will work. You can also go for ‘blinged-up’ flats or juttis.
Here are a few picks from The Wedding Brigade