As a bride, your wedding trousseau must not be limited to quintessential lehengas and sarees. There would be functions where you would want to be at your comfort best and chill around in your truest carefree self. And oh, let's not forget the endless pooja ceremonies where you sure wouldn't want to be decked up in sarees or lehenga. So, that's when the ethnic suits come to your rescue. Easy-to-carry, and extremely versatile, suits should definitely be your go-to choice for at least one of the wedding functions. The best part is, gone are the days when suits were considered a no-fun, and a boring silhouette. Right from the trending sharara & gharara suits to the timeless Anarkalis and the ones with peplum-style kurtis, there's so much in the world of ethnic suits for brides to choose from. You would be surprised to know that brides are not only donning suits at smaller functions like haldi and pooja ceremonies but also at the eminent engagement ceremony.
Here we enlist some beautiful brides wearing prettiest suits that are sure to inspire your wedding trousseau as well.
Celebrity fashion stylist, Tanya Vohra recently got engaged wearing this gorgeous creation in mint green colour by none other than Sabyasachi. And we're head over heels in love it!
Why only limit suits to smaller functions? Take a cue from this beauty who embraced a sharara suit set for her engagement. Designed by couturier Tarun Tahiliani in subdued hues, this suit style made this bride look like a dream on her big day.
Taking the vibrancy quotient a notch above, our real bride Aditi opted for a gorgeous yellow and turquoise suit with intricate embroideries for her outdoor Mehendi ceremony in the hills.
When fashion stylists get married, we witness the most fashionable sartorial choices. Take the case of our real bride Savnit, her wedding trousseau had the choicest of outfits. And one of them was this stunning lime green suit that she wore to a religious function. Embellished with pearls and detailed with magenta highlights, her gharara set was oh-so-gorgeous.
Our real bride Tanvir turned up looking all glam in this black and golden gharara suit for her Sangeet night. The suit featured a short black kurti with minimal golden work, a black and golden gharara and a net dupatta. Easy yet glamorous, isn't this look just so perfect when all you wanna do is dance the night away.
This bride gave the quintessential glimmering Sangeet gown a miss and clad herself in a pretty orange Anarkali suit. The attire was inspired by Meena Kumari's outfit in the song Thaare Rahio O Baanke Yaar with the colour changed to Orange. She styled it with braided hair and gold jewels with blue baubles and a passa that evoked Mughal empress vibes
Here's a unique peplum-style kurti paired with a wide flared pants. It is voguish and traditional at the same time and a perfect inspiration for modish brides who choose to stun a suit at their wedding revelries.
A suit is definitely a great option when you wanna slay with your mehendi ceremony look. See how Aakanksha dazzled in a long and elegantly embroidered Kurta with sequin details. She brought a twist to her suit by pairing it with a flared skirt.
Different hues are prominently in vogue in the bridal fashion scene and this list! Here's another fashion stylist bride who clad herself in an elegant all-green suit.
The quintessence of haldi ceremony with yellow outfits is unparalleled. This bride made a stunning choice and wore a simplistic yet heavy floor-length suit with sheer perfection.
Brides in bright hues look great! This bride donned a parrot green suit with a rather short length kurti and a gharara. She paired a gorgeous monotoned ensemble with an oversized, gold necklace & matching earrings and pink lips.
There must be at least one metallic outfit in every contemporary bride's wedding trousseau. This short length suit set with gharara pants replete with intricate floral embroideries is worth gushing over.
A beautiful suit can be a great outfit choice for your Mehendi ceremony. This bride proved the same by wearing a light blue suit with a collar neck. To add a pop of colour, she styled it with a contrasting yellow dupatta and clinched it with a belt.
Here's another trendy suit design that you must steal right away.
A subtle dusty pink suit beautifully adorned with scallop design, paired with striking jewels.
Opt for a suit for the functions where you want to clad yourself in light and fuss-free outfit. See how gorgeous and carefree does this bride look while twirling around in her bridal glory.
Here's a gleeful bride looking super pretty in a simplistic ombre suit with gota patti work and magenta highlights.
Deepika Padukone wore a simple orange suit set by Sabyasachi and accessorised it with heavy earrings and a neatly tied bun. You too can easily pull off this look at some a small pre-wedding function.
Not just during her pre-wedding ceremony, Deepika Padukone also gave us major bridal suits goals soon after she got married. For her first public appearance with hubby Ranveer Singh, she turned up in a classy beige suit with a red handwoven brocade dupatta. *We couldn't take eyes off from her*