Weddings in India are incomplete without a wardrobe full of hand-picked Indian ethnic. And, winter weddings are no different for us either. But, how to keep warm in those ethnic outfits and look stylish through a biting cold evening? We recommend you to take cue from these celebrities, like NOW!



Forget the Paschminas back home! Cover your Anarkalis or lehengas with a heavily embellished ethnic jacket and you are sorted for the shaadi you are headed to. For a more contemporary look you can wear a metallic leather blouse if you wish to walk the wedding like a super model, who loves making a bold choice.

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Whenever you are dressing up for a winter wedding – go fully covered on the sleeves. Full sleeves blouses with contemporary prints worn with a saree is a fashion-forward choice. If it’s not a saree then full sleeves floor-length Anarkalis are great to beat the cold smartly.

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Take your favourite ethnic styles out of the wardrobe but go fully covered for a winter wedding always. For a more flamboyant and experimental look you can trick the ethnic kurti or blouse with your woollen turtle necks and stay cosy and warm while looking equally stylish.

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If you are one of those who feels the breeze very easily then you should completely avoid chiffons and georgettes for a winter wedding. Go for heavier fabrics like Banarasi brocades, silks and royal velvets without thinking twice How about donning your mom’s authentic Banarasi for a present-day wedding?

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Last but not the least, make sure you ditch all your cotton churidars for warm jeggings, leggings or a pair of denims. Drape your saree on a pair of denims or just wear a woollen churidar underneath your Anarkali or lehenga. Remember, styling for a winter wedding is all about playing clever from the inside-out. 

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What do you think about these experiments? Share your winter wedding wardrobe fixes in the comments with us.