6 Rakshabandhan Outfit Inspirations for Brides-to-be
Rakshabandhan is one festival that women, young and old alike look forward. It is a day when each sister gets to celebrate their brother and as every brother vows to protect his sister. For a to-be-bride, who will soon embark on a new journey in her life, and celebrate this Rakshabandhan as the last one as a single, this day is even more precious.
So, why not celebrate this brother-sister festival in style? Celebrated with much pomp across India, on Rakhi, sisters dress in their best, do aarti and tie a Rakhi on their brother’s wrist. It is also a day when the sisters are showered with gifts and money by their brothers. And if it is your last Rakshabandhan before you tie the knot, it’d be great that you turn up dressed in your best attire!
P.S. It is also a great way to tell your brother to increase the sum of money he plans to gift you 😉!
Therefore, to look your best on such an auspicious and fun day, we bring you 6 Rakshabandhan outfit inspirations for brides-to-be!
#1 Mango Love
Outfit: Asal by Abu Sandeep
Missing the most magical summer fruit aka the Alphonso? If yes, we have just the right outfit for you! This stunning orange sherwani like suit embroidered with asymmetrical circular mirrors from Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla’s Asal is simply brilliant!
#2 Hand-painted Wonder
In frame: Diana Penty
Want to go traditional and give it a modern twist? If yes, this beautiful hand-brushed saree by Vedikam is a must-buy!
#3 High on Fashion
What if you don’t want to wear a suit or a saree? Wear a lehenga… with a shirt just like this beautiful hand-brush painted shirt and lehenga by Vedikam.
#4 Green Grandeur
Outfit: Anjul Bhandari
If you are aiming for a simple yet regal look, then this gorgeous laakh daana and Mukaish work sharara with Chikankari butis and dupatta with Mukaish work is the best option ever!
#5 Luxury for a Queen
Outfit: Anjul Bhandari
Sisters are special to their brothers even if they don’t say so! And so, what if current Rakshabandhan gatherings are simpler affairs thanks to the pandemic? You can always dress your best! So, this paan jaal sharara in muted pale yellow with chikankari and pearl work is a great pick for your Rakhi ensemble!
#6 Subtly Colourful
Outfit: Gopi Vaid Designs
Love colours but don’t want to be flashy? If yes, then this muted Rangeela number with gold and silver zigzag pattern and gota work is a great pick for this festival!