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10 Bollywood Inspired Outfits for Sangeet

Days of celebrations, functions, activities & more, Indian wedding ceremonies are absolutely fun to attend. Hosting a wedding and no Sangeet, that’s just not fair in Indian weddings. All friends & family, as well as guests are all prepped up for the occasion in their best Indian sangeet outfits or latest designer sarees for sangeet. Its a high oomph affair and with a must-have glamour quotient. When it comes to Sangeet, no one does it better than Bollywood, from the songs, setups to the attires. Hence looking for Bollywood Bridal Inspiration to find the Best Bridal Lengha for sangeet is something almost all Indian brides goes through. As for others as part of the occasion, listed here are 10 Bollywood style outfit for sangeet that one can be inspired to adorn.   

1. Pastels and Gold themed 
Usually, pastel colours like soft neon, beige, ivory and powder pink, work very well in a traditional wear. If you are going for designer sarees for sangeet, you can opt for contrasting pastel borders on the pallu or wear a blouse in a completely different pastel colour or gold from the rest of the ensemble. 

2. Bright colors 
Chaniya choli for sangeet are a popular choice of outfit for Sangeet ceremony among the ladies. While the color yellow rules for the day of Haldi ceremony. Oranges, pinks and red in combination or individually is something that will add a lot of vibrancy to the event. 

3. Oranges, pinks and reds.
Chaniya choli for sangeet are a popular choice of outfit for Sangeet ceremony among the ladies. While the color yellow rules for the day of Haldi ceremony. Oranges, pinks and red in combination or individually is something that will add a lot of vibrancy to the event. 

4. Brocade outfits 
Brocade has a way of making our outfits feel elegant, no matter what look we’re going for. The thick, textured fabric, with elaborately details, sometimes extravagant prints and normally just the slightest bit of sparkle, always has a rich feel to it. Perfect for Indian bridal Dresses. 

5. Floral shower 
Floral designs are always in trend, adding a feminine charm in varied shades of color. Lehengas, sarees or gowns, floral prints look best on Indian bridal clothes with minimal embellishments. A floral saree with a simple embellished border or a floral printed lehenga with a golden choli and a matching dupatta can be quite the head turner. 

 

6. Velvet magic
Velvet, the fabric of the Royals is a flawless combination of regality and flair. Popular among the ladies as a choice for ghagra choli for sangeet or the main day. Emerging as an off-beat runway trend, the vintage velvet has now slithered its way to the red carpets and high end fashion events with the paparazzi clicking celebrities looking a perfect blend of style and elegance in this heavy fabric.

 

7. Embellishments 
Indian attires have always been about bling and embellishments. Variety of beads, appliques, lace, glitter, metal & other elements adds to the complete look of the attire based on its color and design. A great choice if worn it right. 

8. Royal colors 
Blue, purple and scarlet are considered the royal color and when worn with the right fabric, such as Velvet, satin & others. Its sure to make one stand out as a showstopper for its choice of outfit. Rich, regal and Royal is a perfect choice to adorn when cerebrating an occasion.

9. Embroidery & mirrors 
Mesmerize , make an entrance or look good wearing an embroidered lehenga choli or eye catching mirror work on the attire adorned. With a variety of designs available from Cutwork emroidery to mirror work embroidery, Be remembered for the artwork & design of the ensemble worn for the day. 

10. Off shoulder blouses 
Upgrading from the traditional to contempory designs in blouses in the new fad in the industry just hot off the ramp. Brides who want something bold in their Indian wedding clothes can pair these blouses with lehengas, dhoti pants and even sarees.A well-fitted off-shoulder blouse can also give you the right canvas to show off your tiered necklace or that heirloom polki choker that you’ve always wanted to wear. 

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