Bridal Couture is the most essential part of a bride-to-be. Even if you're an overly organised bride who had made countless lists before months of her wedding day, you are still likely to miss this one day. We keep our outfits intact for many functions before the wedding but what about the after the wedding part. The first day after the wedding is something we miss taking into consideration.
After the wedding, we are just lost and gaping at our wardrobe thinking what to wear now? So to avoid all sorts of last minute rush, take a look at our First Day After Wedding Lookbooks and pick your favourite one...
1. The Red Bridal Lookbook: First day after the wedding, most brides pick red saree. Also, in most households, it is auspicious to wear red saree after the wedding day. If you're up for a traditional lookbook, then go for a Banarasi print red saree matched with a heavy choker necklace. Wear studded earrings. Center-part your hair in a low bun if you want to put sindoor.
2. The Traditional Bridal Lookbook: If you don't want to wear red on the first day after your wedding, go for orange. A sheer orange saree matched with a sheer orange dupatta. It's a traditional Rajasthani attire. Add heavy bangles, maang tikka and a round red bindi. Keep the look simple by wearing minimal makeup.
3. The Modern Bridal Lookbook: Go for a simple saree with a heavy broder. Just like the white saree below with an embellished border. This is for brides-to-be who would like retain their young girl vibe. Leave your hair open. Blow dry a little. Add a red bindi, heavy jhumka earrings and bangles. There you go, sexy newbie bride!
4. The Authentic Bridal Lookbook: If you want amp up a little more, this one is perfect for you. Wear a dark colour printed blouse with your light colour saree. Match your attire with a maang tikka, nath, choker and earrings.
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5. The Bong Bridal Lookbook: If you fancy Bong fashion, then go for their white and red saree. Mid-part your hair and half-tie it. Amp it up with a red bindi, nath and earrings.
6. The South Indian Bridal Lookbook: For a South Indian bridal lookbook, you need a Kanjivaram silk saree. Temple jewellery. And gajra. Put this together and you'll have something like this...