10 Pretty Punjabi Outfits for your Pehli Lohri
The festival of Lohri is just around the corner, on 13th January to be precise. For all those ladies who already know what Lohri is all about and are geared to celebrate this festival, know how important and full of life this festival can get!
For the rest, Lohri is a popular winter folk festival celebrated by Sikhs and Hindus, primarily across the northern part of the country. The festival signifies the passing of the winter solstice and is marked by celebrations that include a bonfire and lip-smacking food.
Apart from all this, it is extremely important for everyone to decide what they are wearing on this momentous occasion, especially the newlywed brides, who are celebrating their first Lohri.
From Punjabi suits with palazzos to shararas and ghararas to wearing kurtas with Patialas, there is a variety of options you can pick from. For all the ladies who are a tad bit about what to wear and have no time to experiment, here are some pretty outfits that you can choose from:
1.Firozi Blue Kurta Set
Image source and Outfit by Rimple and Harpreet Narula
This firozi blue chanderi silk kurta set is an ideal pick for brides who want to don something extravagant on their first Lohri. Wrought with zardozi and marodi embroidery, the motifs on this outfit are inspired by vintage Persian carpets and samples of Kashmiri tilla embroidery. The kurta is paired with a matching silk palazzo and a tulle dupatta.
2. Burgundy Kurta Set
Image source and Outfit by Anita Dongre
I am swooning over this Tisya Set from the Winter Velvet collection of ace designer Anita Dongre. The elegant hue, the heavy silver embroidery, and the minimal jewellery make it an outfit you can definitely consider for your Lohri. It is neither too OTT and neither too understated. The best part is since it is a velvet set, you won’t end up feeling too cold either.
3. Flattering in Florals
Image source and Outfit by Tarun Tahiliani
This baby pink blush kurta by Tarun Tahiliani with its ethereal silhouettes is a delight to the eyes! Not to miss the embroidered sheer dupatta and the multi-coloured embroidery along with floral, crystal, and fringe detailing. Wow everyone with this pretty pastel pick!
4. Blue and Beautiful
Image source and Outfit by Abhinav Mishra
This conventional dark blue sharara set replete with silver embroidery work is a stunning choice! The monotone hue, the sheer dupatta and the traditional touch it has make it even a more sought-after outfit.
5. Berry Maroon Anarkali Set
Image source: Aachho
Adding traditional grace with a hint of modernity. This Lohri you can add spark to your ensemble by donning this gorgeous Berry Maroon Gota Patti Anarkali.
6. Pretty in Patiala
Image source: Sunny Dhiman Photography
How about donning something super-traditional for this occasion? This turquoise blue embroidered kurta paired with a Patiala salwar and statement jhumkas and a matha patti is all you need. Tie your hair with a paranda for bringing out the ‘Punjabi’ flavour.
7. Green Chikankari Suit
Image source: Tarun Chawla Photography
If you want something that is a combination of elegance, modernity and prettiness, you take inspiration from this gorgeous green chikankari suit worn by this bride- Sanjana Batra
8. Chic and delightful
Image source and outfit by Abhinav Mishra
I am drooling over this pretty light and dark pink embroidered kurta, paired with a baby blue sharara and sheer dupatta. It is a refreshing outfit, and a definite pick for brides who want to stick to pastels rather than bright colours.
9. Burgundy Tunic
Image source: Avdi
Keep it simple yet gorgeous with this burgundy tunic, paired with shaded palazzo pants. Not to miss the contrasting baby pink dupatta. Keep your makeup minimal and pair your outfit with a traditional jhumkaas or chaandbali earrings.
10. Dusty Blue Sharara
Image source: Mulmul by Saumya and Bhavini Modi
A gorgeous dusty blue and gold sharara set, apt for the brides who want to look nothing short of beautiful and chic. Keep your makeup minimal and pair the ensemble either with a classic maangtikka or a pair of earrings.
All set to add spark to your Lohri year?