Bridal Fashion

10 Haldi Ceremony Outfit Ideas which are Trendy as ever (Under 35K)

Anupriya Khanna, 03 Sep 2018

Haldi ceremony is a perfect kickstarter to your wedding day revelries and also one heavily photographed event. Yet not many brides pay enough attention to their Haldi outfits dreading they might get stained while performing the rituals. But being a contemporary bride that you are, we are sure you wouldn’t mind splurging on an outfit for this crucial ceremony. Hence, to make your hunt easier, we have compiled a list of haldi outfit ideas for you.

Now, whether you are the modern type who has a thing for indo-western silhouettes, a hardcore lover of traditional lehengas or someone who instantly goes weak in the knees on seeing elegant floral prints, we've got all types of haldi function dresses covered for you. Go pick your favorite one from all these haldi dress designs now and shine as bright as a sunflower!

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Best Haldi outfit ideas for all you to-be brides

Navy blue crop top and dhoti set with ivory over layer

(INR 32,900 | Buy HERE)

 

Maroon anarkali with embroidered dupatta

(INR 21,900 | Buy HERE)

 

Turquoise blue kurta & palazzos

(INR 32,000 | Buy HERE)

 

Olive green lehenga set with embellishments

(INR 24,640 | Buy HERE)

 

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Yellow Embroidered Lehenga Choli With Dupatta

Source Flyrobe

(INR 9,999 | Rent HERE)

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Ivory flower print dupion silk tube & dhoti pants with organza one shoulder cape

Source Carma

(INR 33,500 | Buy HERE)

 

Yellow sleeveless draped dress tailored in chanderi with front drapes

Source Carma

(INR 11,950 | Buy HERE)

 

Blush Peach modal silk printed saree with chanderi blouse

(INR 28,980 | Buy HERE)

 

Peach embroidered crop top & skirt

(INR 22,000 | Buy HERE)

 

Marsala-Mist saree jumpsuit

Source Ogaan

(INR 24,500 | Buy HERE)

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Which one are you carting for your haldi ceremony? Let us know in the comments.