What to Wear for Your Pre-Wedding Shoot

What to Wear for Your Pre-Wedding Shoot

How many times have you looked back at pictures from 5 years ago and said “Ew, Cannot believe I wore that for a wedding!” We definitely plead guilty. Bad outfit choices can haunt you for the rest of your life, believe us – As a bride-to-be, make sure to take ALL the safety measures. And when it comes to picking an outfit for your own Pre-Wedding shoot? 739 times more precautions need to be taken. In order for you to not moan over an outfit ten-fifteen years from now – we’ve put together a bunch of sweet-little-outfits that are safe yet oh-so-stylish, they will make you wanna turn the pages of that pre wedding shoot album! Ok, our bad flip next, next, next on your Picassa album.

 

Beach / Lake Side

Beach / Lake Side

 

Beach / Lake Side

 

Beach / Lake Side

 

Beach / Lake Side

 

Beach / Lake Side

If you’re having your Pre-Wedding Shoot at a beach, lake side or in an airy-open space, opt for bright colors with flowy silhouettes. Mints and Tiffany Blues are definitely a yes-yes!

 

Forests / Gardens

Forests / Gardens

 

Forests / Gardens

 

Forests / Gardens

 

Forests / Gardens

 

Forests / Gardens

 

We like to think of these outfits as a blend between Contemporary fashion and the elegance of Breakfast At Tiffany’s style. Vivid and Pastel colors, floral printed maxi dresses and pleated skirts are your number one pick if you’re shooting at an old fort, a lush-green garden area or even in a forest.

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

Historic Places / Old Forts

 

We love how versatile Indian outfits are - they’re undoubtedly the ones that fully bring out the desi girls we truly are. From bright colors to pretty pastels – there is a whole spectrum of colors you can experiment with. Whether it’s a lehenga, an anarkali or a simple flared skirt – these outfits are safe enough to wear at an old fort or monument and indulge in a little pretend play. One where you play the price and the princess. Just remember to match your outfit to the location and you’re golden!

 

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