Karvachauth is just a few days away and it’s the time for all the women to fast and to work on their outfits. Gone are the days, when newly married girls wore their wedding lehengas and weighty sarees on this day. With the fusion and experiments in the fashion and the mindsets too, bid adieu to those monotonous sarees and switch to some quirky and notable styles. Here we are, listing down some outfit ideas from our very known fashion designers to make an easy path for alluring newly-wed brides:
This set by Abhinav Mishra features a peach anarkali in chanderi and mirror work base, paired with golden embroidered net dupatta and churidaar pants. This attire is perfect for girls who want to wear an anarkali with a touch of elegance and look subtle in it and yes you can wear this for special date night on karvachauth too.
Jacket with Sharara Pants
This amazing piece by Astha Narang in lavender has a front open long jacket in net base bedecked with golden sequins in floral motifs all over the front, back and sleeves. It is apt for the unconventional brides and love to move over the suits and lehenga. This beautiful piece is paired with lavender georgette base sharara pants.
Straight Kurta with Palazzo Pants
This is my favourite look from Dolly J to adorn on your fasting day ladies. A red straight mukaish kurta in chiffon base with floral thread embroidery highlighted with dotted detailing all over. The best part of this outfit is net palazzo pants and this can be easily worn during the evening pooja too.
Crop top with Banarsi Skirt
A pink lehenga skirt in banarasi fabric by Reeti Arneja, isn't this amazing yet unconventional. Ditch those typical passe clothes and adorn this butterfly crop top with raw silk bustier and drape in rayon on your first special fasting day.
This combination is a gold tissue A-line jacket with short sleeves, embroidered with gota patti, dori, resham, sequin and pearl work, paired with an A-line off-white Chanderi mull lehenga. An amazing yet unique look by Anita Dongre for a newly wed bride.