Bridal Fashion

Trendy Outfit Colours That All Sikh Brides Must Know Of!

Rashmi Jayara, 31 Oct 2019

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Indian Weddings are all about extravagant outfits for various functions. Be it a cocktail party or D-day rituals, a bride wants to look flawless in every ceremony of her wedding functions. Today, we have brought exquisite apparel options for all the Sikh brides to add up some grace in Anand Karaj ceremony. It doesn’t matter in which part of the world you are, you can never compromise with Indian traditions. But you can definitely say no to gloomy colours and add some playfulness with these cheerful colours. From all the traditional choices to the contemporary mood, we have covered it all.  

Chic & Trendy Colours For Sikh Brides

1. Classic Red

Who said that red is a colour for only night weddings? Look glamorous with traditional crimson lehenga. To create a memorable look, go for the classic bridal look. 


2. Tints Of Pastel Pink

Pink is considered to be the most liked colour for the Anand Karaj ceremony. Even actress Neha Dhupia was seen in the shades of pink. 

3. Fusion Of Blue

Twin with your partner with this blazing colour. If you want to keep it minimalistic, you can pair a blue skirt with a golden blouse.

4. Embellished Ivory

Shine bright with embroidered ivory lehengas. These brides look so gorgeous and royal. To give an edge to your outfit, you can pair the lehenga with a different colour of dupatta. 

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5. Hues Of Green

Be it mint, pastels or emerald green, grace your Sikh wedding in shades of green. Instead of a simple blouse, you can go for a peplum cut blouse or a draped-blouse to have a regal look.

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6. Go Coral

As you know that coral is the colour of the season. Tie sacred knots with this divine colour of traditions. Pair the lehenga with contrasting palla. 

7. Ferocious Fuchsia 

Experiment by wearing bright fuchsia lehenga. And if you think lehenga would be OTT, you can also go for shararas or anarkalis. 

8. Bold Plum

Go bold and dress up in a plum-coloured velvet lehenga. You can drape a white rose palla with this dark shade of attire. 

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