Are you a Monsoon Bride? Here Are Some Tips To Keep In Mind!

If you’re a bride planning a wedding during the monsoon season, this style advice is for you. A monsoon wedding may be exciting! Yes, you read that correctly. There are numerous ways to transition from bridezilla to bride chiller with the correct trousseau and style ideas.

If you’re a monsoon bride, here’s what to dress and what not to do. “Monsoon weddings can be a lot of fun!” Even if there is a light drizzle or a severe deluge, what counts is that the wedding is enjoyable and the bride feels comfortable.

Here are some unique and life-saving bridal suggestions to perfect your monsoon wedding appearance to ensure you have the best bridal look and celebrate your BIG day stress-free.

 

Fabric

Choose water-saving materials like organza, net, and georgette that are light and breathable. Such light and airy textiles may tolerate monsoon humidity. Avoid dense textiles like silks and velvets. Keep a blow dryer on standby to help dry fabrics like net and organza fast, so the rain doesn’t ruin your procession. Choose extravagant clothing with minimum frills for the sangeet and haldi events as well.

Hairstyle

A sleek bun, untidy plaits, or an exquisite ponytail are suitable hairdo alternatives for the humid climate.

 

Colours

Add a splash of colour to the gloomy weather. Fun colours add to the overall look of the wedding. For brides who prefer pastels, choose cool pastel tints. Instead of warm colours, choose cool shades like pink, peach, aqua blues, yellows, or greens.

Embroidery

Choose little embroidered detailing and avoid zardosi, gota patti, and other similar embellishments. Stick to thread works, sequins, on.

You could add some glitter to your outfit, but make sure it doesn’t add too much weight and doesn’t react when it comes into touch with water. Embroidery with diamonds, pearls, or crystals creates an attractive effect that is not ruined by moisture exposure. To avoid getting the border soiled, keep the length of the lehengas and dupattas short.

Jewellery

Avoid costume jewellery sets and silver for monsoon weddings because they lose their lustre when exposed to water.

Footwear

Select footwear that is anti-slip and has embellishments such as thread work or sequins. Footwear with sequins and thread work will complement your bridal ensemble.

Fabric

Choose water-saving materials like organza, net, and georgette that are light and breathable. Such light and airy textiles may tolerate monsoon humidity. Avoid dense textiles like silks and velvets.

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