ShaadiSaga has always played the role of #1 Wedding Planner in your life. We have always tried to bring out the best ideas that you can incorporate in your wedding. From bridal fashion to wedding invites, we have always curated the latest things for you. But aren’t you curious what we wore this wedding season? After giving you all the ideas and tips, we just wanted to show you what we wore in the recent wedding season. Take some inspiration from us and nail the upcoming wedding season like us! 😉
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1. Pretty Yellow Anarkali Suit With Mirror Work
Charvi Baishya, our Client Relationship Manager chose this bright yellow outfit for a wedding she attended. It was a plain yellow anarkali suit with embellishments (like mirrow work) on the sleeves and bottom. She paired a matching dupatta with her yellow outfit and looked gorgeous while keeping her hair open as as it suited her perfectly.
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2. Chic Gown With Prints
Saloni Mahajan, our Social Media Intern wore this printed gown on her cousin's mehendi and looked adorable. When asked why she chose this outfit, she said "I loved the color and how simple yet classy it looked. It's very light weight and easy to carry. I got it from Lajpat Nagar" and we loved how she kept her look minimal with less jewellery.
3. A Classic Gown For The Contemporary Brides
This classic blue gown looks phenomenal on Shruti Dassani, our Social Media Executive. "The gown is from a boutique in Karol Bagh. I loved the gold detailing on it and the silhouette, which falls perfect on my body". The intricate gold detailing definitely adds the grace to the gown.
4. An Elegant Jumpsuit With Some Mirror Work
Bhawna Sawhney, our Social Media Manager rocked this customised jumpsuit on her sister's mehendi ceremony. She got this orange jumpsuit stitched from her local boutique. We are hooked up to the mirror work and the dramatic sleeves and she kept her hair open with curls and looked beautiful. Would you get an outfit like this for your mehendi?
5. Glimmer And Glow With A Lehenga
Our Business Development Executive, Gunjan Narang looking no less than a princess in her plum coloured lehenga. The blouse has lots of glimmer and shimmer which makes it a perfect choice for weddings. Her lehenga has leaf-design embellishments and she carried the lehenga with a ruffled dupatta.
6. Forever Love For Red
As you know, red is the colour of love and romance. Charvi wore this red saree for a wedding and we couldn't take our eyes off. She wore a black full sleeved blouse with her embroidered & sequined saree. She surely knows how to keep it elegant with minimal look.
7. Not So OTT Mehendi Outfit
If you are someone who doesn't like heavy and bulky outfits, take some inspiration from our Content Writer, Shivani Singh. She paired a basic white kurta from Fab India with a green palazzo from Westside. And the cotton silk dupatta perfectly completed the look.
8. Elegant Gown With Intricate Details
Wearing the perfect fusion of western and traditional outfit, Rashi Gupta, Manager - Business Development, looked splendid. The outfit is from Sehej Designer Studio (Karol Bagh & Rajouri Garden). She said "I bought this gown for my brother's engagement. This was not my first choice though but my mother insisted me to buy it as the colour really suited me. Later, I realised that I made the right choice and this is so my outfit and colour now."
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9. Off-Beat & A Lovely Combination
Saloni stunned us in her unique colour combination lehenga. She wore a sea green blouse with dark green lehenga. In fact, she adorned the beautiful lehenga with a contrasting pink dupatta and carried a clutch and matched a dainty choker with her outfit. The lehenga is from Shrimati Sarees.
10. Fresh Choice With Shimmery Lehenga
This amped up look of Mahima Marwah, Client Relationship Manager is beyond words. She wore a mint green shimmery lehenga with a golden blouse. She told us the reason of choosing this outfit and said,"The concept of falling stars really intrigued me and made me think how the designer would have thought about the beautiful concept and having the stars on the dress. The flared outfit made me feel like a princess with not-so-typical color". The outfit is from Shivali Arora, Defence Colony.
11. Say Yes To Sharara!
We all would agree that Shararas have made their way back in the fashion. And our Client Relationship Manager, Saumya Arora proved it right by pairing up her sharara with an embroidered kurta. She completed her look with a matching dupatta and chic hairstyle.
12. Perfect Combination of Black & Gold
Our Vendor Relations & Welfare Manager, Sangeeta Arya, showed us how to look pretty and classy in a simple outfit. She paired her golden skirt with a black blouse and paired a matching dupatta with her outfit. She ditched excessive jewellery and matched a pair of oversized earrings.
13. In Love With The Cape
If there is a colour that will never go out of fashion, that is BLACK! Gunjan Narang amazed us in her black co-ord set. Her flared pants and embellished crop top looked incredible with the translucent cape.
14. For All The Indo-Western Lovers
Earlier, we told you how gorgeous ruffle saree looks. And our Team Lead of Pre-Sales, Ashita Jain made a glammed-up entry in a wedding with her ruffled saree. If you also like to keep it trendy with indo-western, take some inspiration from her.
15. An Evergreen Saree That Never Goes Out of Fashion!
Our Editor, Chandi Kumar looked gorgeous in a classic saree combination. Talking about her saree, she said "If you ask me if I can stay in saree for rest of my life? My answer would be a YES! Black being my favorite colour I wanted a pre-stitched designer saree that had shades of black, golden & white for the wedding season. With perfect saree pleats, floral borders and intricate printing I bought my saree from Label Bhasha Sharma that made me looked gorgeous in less. To give an elegant look I wore a round choker with delicate bangles and a bindi to give a traditional look for the wedding!"
16. Whimsical Lehenga For This Season
What's the point of wearing a lehenga if you can't have a perfect twirl shot like this😍! Bhawna Sawhney doing wonders with her blush pink and golden lehenga on her sister's wedding. She bought this outfit from Imli, Pitampura.
1. Trendy Double-Breasted Blazer
If you also like to keep it trendy and stylish, take some inspiration from Ankit Choudhary, our Senior Sales Manager. He is wearing double-breasted blazers, which has overlapping front flaps. The sky blue outfit is from Shein and the other one is from Zara.
2. Classy Suit With A Tie
Our Asst. Vendor Sales Manager, Aarush Sahni attended the wedding in his dashing wine coloured suit by Cobb and the colour really suited him. He completed the look with a perfect tie and the reason he bought a suit was because he thinks that it is a wedding season necessity. And we couldn't deny it!
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3. Keep It Elegant With Waskets
The floral waskets are so in trend. Niraj Patel, Head of Tech & Product, bought this outfit from Manyavar, Lajpat Nagar. He also said, "In previous weddings I attended, I usually wore suits. So this time, I wanted to wear something traditional, but something new . Probably printed and new colours. I remembered the new ads from Manyavar that I saw in cinema halls everytime".
4. Because All Black is Love FLAB
We can never get enough of black colour. Jatinder Singh, Business Development Assistant Manager proved us right with his all-black outfit. He bought this double-breasted coat from The Rutbaa, a designer store in East Delhi. He wore a black turtleneck with his outfit which made the outfit perfect for winter weddings.
5. Dapper in Sherwani
Talking about weddings and not including sherwani? That ain't gonna happen! Sidhant Sabharwal, Business Development Executive, prefers to get his clothes stitched rather than buying readymades. "Fitting matters the most and one can always experiment with the clothing and discover what suits the best", he said. This indowestern sherwani was stitched by Prem Textiles And Tailorings in Lajpat Nagar.
6. An Offbeat Colour For Your Suit
Ditching the cliche colours, Sajal Widge, Account Manager opted for a suit in shade of green. So if you are a kind who doesn't like to keep it conventional, here is a option for you. Grooms and groomsmen, take some inspo from him!
7. Keeping It Light And Breezy
Since summer is here, go for a summery colour which is fresh and lively. Sparsh Batra, Business Development Assistant Manager wore this light grey suit for a friend's sister's wedding. He got it stitched from a boutique in Kamla Nagar. He chose this colour particularly as it was quite appropriate for a day wedding.