Bridal Cocktail Party Sarees for a Stylish Evening

Bridal Cocktail Party Sarees for a Stylish Evening

If you think cocktails parties for weddings can just be glamourised with western outfits, you are in for a surprise. Saree has ingeniously made a foray into the high-end marriage celebrations and is here to stay. Cocktail wear for the bride is no more about lehenga sarees and backless blouses only. Fusion wear and gorgeous designer sarees have also made their way into cocktail parties.

If you love sarees and want to flaunt your curves to the fullest, then cocktail sarees are the ideal pick for you. Here are the best types of bridal cocktail sarees that will look perfect when you raise the toast!

 

Sheer Elegance

Sheer Elegance

 

You cannot go wrong with a sheer saree as it is one of the hottest ideas to get ready for a cocktail party. Wear elegant danglers and a diamond studded bracelet with it for a rich look. Just make sure you do not accessorise too much. The best part about this texture is that you can experiment with the most bold colour options and bring out the diva in you.

 

Pant Saree

Pant Saree

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This style is super chic, edgy and modern. The pant saree is another version of dhoti saree and is the fashion forward bride’s ensemble. It is the perfect way to flaunt your curves and stay comfortable during the long hours of the cocktail function. Team it with sexy peep toes and you are good to go.

 

Gown Saree

Gown Saree

 

If you are thinking of going the indo western route, this is the perfect pick. What better than the drape of a sari, but in a gown format? There are endless ways to experiment with this look. You could opt for evening gown with fabric draped like a pallu, or a gown with a cutaway blouse giving it the sari look. If you want to make your to-be-hubby go gaga over your looks, a gown sari with an Indo-western style is your best bet.  

 

The Laidback Neon

The Laidback Neon

 

If you are the cool bride who doesn’t want the traditional colours of gold, red or pink – then this saree is going to excite you. This year has witnessed many brides breaking free from the conventional protocols and walking in something hatke. If you wish to keep it simple yet chic, wear a neon coloured plain saree. Ensure that you make your blouse a little fancy with sexy cuts as it will help balance the look.

 

Heavy Blouse with a Plain Saree

Heavy Blouse with a Plain Saree

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Actresses like Kareena Kapoor and Deepika Padukone have made this a popular trend for brides-to-be. A cocktail night is supposed to be fun and this look just manages that effortlessly. This elegant combination doesn't really make you look over-the-top and retains the essence of a cocktail party – chic and elegant.

 

Floral Saree

Floral Saree

 

The fashion world is going bonkers over floral print sarees. Perfect for adding an extra feminine touch, it could give your cocktail party look a breezy twist. Can you pull off a matching floral blouse? Great, go ahead. If you feel apprehensive about it, stick to a plan blouse and elegant accessories.

 

All that Glitters

All that Glitters

 

There’s something royal and exquisite about shimmer. An inevitable part of Indian weddings, an embellished saree will work like magic for you. Hey, don’t forget to throw in some bronzer smartly to add the bridal glow to your face. If you want to do something unusual, how about wearing a plain saree with lots of glitter on it?

 

So, just get over the confusion and dress up for your wedding cocktail party with these types of cocktail party sarees. It’s also crucial to take care of your comfort and not just get influenced by fashion.

 

 

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