If there’s one outfit brides leave till the very last minute, it’s the Haldi Outfit. Just because it’s taken so much effort to get the rest of your wedding wardrobe right, don’t ignore what you’ll be wearing to your Haldi! Honestly, it doesn’t take a lot of effort to get this right. Here are some interesting ideas from what real brides wore to their own Haldi ceremonies –
If you want to wear a Kurta
Short kurti with patiala pants, a NOT yellow anarkali or adding a heavy benarsi dupatta – there are many different ways in which you can carry off a kurta to your Haldi!
Embroidered long kurta with lehenga or sharara
Simple blue Anarkali with gota border dupatta (and groom in matching blue kurta!)
Ivory kurta with Benarsi dupatta & statement earrings
You can ditch the dupatta when it’s time for you to sit down and get Haldi-d!
Gota patti kurta with white pajamas
Simple Cotton Kurta in Purple (provides fabulous contrast to the yellow Haldi!)
Sleeveless embroidered kurta with peach dupatta
If you want to wear a Lehenga
The dupatta and blouse matter the most here, so pick a plain lehenga and go bold with the other pieces of the outfit.
Raw Silk Peach Lehenga with Contrasting Pink Blouse & Embellished Net Dupatta is #Goals!
Gorgeous Silk Dupatta Paired with Cotton Lehenga & Sleeveless Blouse
If you want to wear a Sari
You might either be bound by tradition to wear a specific type of sari, or you just prefer one for the occasion. Whatever the case may be, saris look fabulous on brides for their Haldi ceremony!
Traditional Orange Sari with Temple Jewellery
Simple Georgette Yellow Sari
Gold Blouse With Orange Sari & Bandhini Dupatta
If you want to wear a Dress
Yup, you don’t NEED to wear ethnic clothes only! Haldi is a relaxed, casual function most of the times, so you can wear pretty much anything you want 🙂 This is also a good idea if your Haldi is followed with a Pool Party at a destination wedding.