Hello, newlywed ladies! Does it feel exciting to be nearing your first ever karva chauth?! Well, we're sure it does! Though amidst all those karwa chauth preps one thing leaving you all anxious and worrisome would be the outfit you'd be wearing for the day. This being your first karva chauth we understand the significance of you having to doll up and look your best. Before you finalize on that perfect statement jewellery or the kind of makeup and hairstyle you'd want, it is essential that you get your hands on that perfect outfit. And if you still haven't, ease up cuz we're being your aid again.
For the first karwa chauth, most women end up playing around with their shaadi ka jodaa by pairing up the skirt with a subtle blouse or vice versa. But, if you're someone who's planning on ditching her bridal outfit and instead opting for a new ensemble then, you're at the right place! From minimalistic outfits to heavily embellished ones, we've fished out some stylish designs and ideas for you. Sarees, lehengas, suits and even indo-western attires, we've got it all covered! So let's get you rolling through them right away!
If a saree is on your mind for the Karva Chauth, this half and half saree from Faabiiana is a voguish yet elegant choice.
These suits from Sabyasachi's latest collection are worth drooling over and perfect for your first karva chauth.
This super stunning Banarasi lehenga will make you turn heads and keep you at comfort at the same time.
It is always a great idea to slip into a lehenga for Karwa Chauth. And we're loving this yummy monotoned Anita Dongre lehenga.
For the brides with an experimental style sense, this one is quite some inspiration.
We can't stop eyeing this ensemble comprising of a peplum Kurti, embellished peach sharara and the breathtakingly beautiful dupatta.
Isn't this one just so gorgeous? It will definitely make your hubby go 'Tenu Suit Suit Karda'.
This one is a voguish take on a simple red lehenga! Right from the pleated blouse with an attached drape to the flared skirt - it is an unmissable ensemble.
A simplistic yet a pretty ombre full-length dress.
This suit set from Anita Dongre has our hearts!
We're majorly rooting for these bodycon suits in the prettiest hues.
This red and gold belted lehenga by Abhinav Mishra looks perfect for a new bride's first karva chauth.
A gorgeous sage green lehenga set with a layered peplum style blouse in golden details by Devnaagri.
Turn heads in this not-so-common red sheer saree with an oomph-worthy blouse!
Pair this brilliant oxblood tulle Anarkali jacket embellished in crystal and glass beading by Kresha Bajaj with pants, palazzos, churidaar or skirt and you're good to go!
This dusty pink intricately detailed saree with a sheer scalloped cape from Faabiiana is perfect for the brides who want something different.
This deep red and blush pink sharara set with golden borders from AVDI is to die for.
Nadine Dhody's heavily embellished kurta with feather-trimmed sleeves in dusty pink is a super stylish choice for karwa chauth (feathers and fringes are already a rage in bridal outfits.)
This charming baby pink sharara set with detailed mirror work by Abhinav Mishra is a sure shot win!
An exquisite blush tiered sharara set with a heavily detailed embroidered kurta by Reynu Taandon.
Ditch the usual Indian wear and do this striking sand beige gown with an embellished yoke by Shloka Khialani.
This pistachio green Anarkali with floral embroidered motifs and a sheer scalloped dupatta by EASE is a great option for the brides wanting to keep it simple.
An intricately embroidered and detailed lehenga from Faabiiana.
AVDI's peach-pink Anarkali ensemble with minimal detailing is having us swooned.
We heart this blush set by Shloka Khialani in a plain flared skirt and a golden embellished cape blouse.
A subtle yet mod tangerine and wine Anarkali suit with light embellishments from EASE.
For an edgy look opt for this dhoti pants set with a flared kurta done in colourful sequined embroideries by Reynu Taandon.
This ruffled and tiered ruby red saree with thread and mirror work embroideries from Arpita Mehta will make you look so effortlessly chic.
An elegant champagne gold silk brocade jacket paired with a decent kalidaar and a lightly embroidered dupatta—outfit by Himani & Anjali Shah.
This mint-green Anarkali suit with minimal metallic embellishments by Sulakshana Monga sets the mood right.
This lilac gown with box pleats and floral appliques by K.ANSHIKA will surely make you stand out amidst all.
Loving this vibrant pink front open flarted kurta paired with thread work garara pants and dupatta with dainty details.