Lehengas are staple in Indian weddings, but sarees are indelible. Used for almost every traditional, religious, and ethnic festivities, the garb is ensconced deeply in Indian ethnic couture. Different ethnicities across the country have different draping styles in this versatile piece of garb. When it comes to weddings, the ensemble is preferred widely as the wedding outfit for the bride. For instance, in South India brides traditionally and resolutely wear exquisite silk sarees with ornate detailing and border at their wedding ceremony. Apart from the wedding ceremony, there are ways to style a saree for your other wedding dos and socials as well. For example, a Sangeet or a cocktail. Find out how to blaze up your ethnic-glam quotient with these Falguni Shane Peacock sarees and saree-gowns.
A tuscan yellow Falguni Shane Peacock saree cascading with sequins and crystals is befitting for an intimate wedding reception. The saree is teamed with a high-neck, half-sleeved blouse replete with geometrical motifs. Team the scintillating saree with studded, elaborate Chandbali earrings and a low bun to round out the look.
Falguni Shane Peacock bride Harsohena Jaggi opted for a nude-based, encrusted sari-gown for a dazzling evening do at her wedding. The sari-gown, studded with numerous crystals and sequins, was teamed with an equally elaborate bralette blouse. The sari She kept her makeup minimally dewy along with no-fuss, sleek hair. You could also pair the look with casual, beach waves and ethnic, strappy stilettos.
The Falguni Shane Peacock bride opted for an overall sophisticated aura with her sari-gown. The ensemble by the couture bridal designers is teamed with an encrusted half-sleeved blouse. The bride styled an easy, half swept back hairdo, and diamond accessories.
Masoom Minawala’s sari by Falguni Shane Peacock is an encrusted, ivory dream. The bespoke saree is paired with a full-sleeved blouse with a high neckline and power shoulders. The embroidered saree could make a dreamy pick for a minimal reception or an engagement ceremony.
Experiment with silhouettes in blouses if you are going to opt for a sari. The embroidered, ivory sari by Falguni Shane Peacock is paired with a full-sleeved embellished blouse with a wide neck. You could style the ensemble with a gorgeous choker-style neckpiece or even a studded head accessory.