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8 Attire options for the Sister of the Bride

The wedding may be a bride’s affair but the second in line ‘the bride’s sister” is also the most sought person of the wedding. The sister of the Bride; Saali has always been the center of attraction in an Indian wedding; after all she has many important jobs to do like dwaar bandhi, joota churai, etc. While helping her sister checking the to-do list of the wedding, the sister of the bride has to maintain one for herself as well.

The Indian wedding has an array of functions and being the saali it becomes a must to become an eye turner in each one of them. Here are a few WedAbout’s “just amazing” dress ideas for the sister of the bride that are going to float high in the trends in 2016. Just check them out:

1.Evergreen Saree

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Saree is one Indian dress that makes you traditional and sensuous at the same time. A plain saree with glittery border and heavy embroidery work on the pleats is what we are talking about. With a high messy bun and heavy Kundan earrings, you are all ready to become the diva of the wedding.  All you need to do is wrap it up in style and carry it with grace.

2.Raw Silk Lehengas

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A dress that makes you sober and simple yet the most striking woman in the wedding is raw silk lehenga. Pair it up with an embroidered blouse or with a crop top and your dress is complete. Now all you need is a big Maangtika that compliments your look.

3.Cinderella Story gown

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Isn’t the sister of the princess, a princess herself. Oh yes, she is so, here is a dress complimenting the stature of the princess. A Cinderella story gown will make you stand out of the crowd. With tight fit embroidery bodice and a fluffy net base, these gowns are just the thing for you.



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Yet another salute to the Indian traditional wear, Anarkalis are one awesome outfit choice for the bride’s sister. Of course not that huge patchy embroidered Anarkali but the elegant ones with an embroidered choli and simple yet beautiful lower half, is what we recommend.You can always play with the colors.

5.Jacket and Lehenga

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A jacket is one graceful outfit that can be teamed with a number of options; Lehenga, Pallazo, Churidar or Azraaras. You can get them tailored as half sleeves, three-fourth sleeves or full sleeves. However, we recommend you to wear a full sleeves jacket for your sister’s wedding.

6.Modern Dhoti To Pair With Suits

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A trend that is very much in the trend is the oh! so trendy, dhoti paired with a front slit open suit. It gives you a smart look with a tinge of traditional appearance. They are best made with silk and lots of embroideries.

7.Long kurta With Pants

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A long floor length kurta when teamed up with a pant, does all the magic. You can go for front short back long kurta or a slit open kurta but remember the main part of your outfit is the heavy bottom embroidered pant so ensure you flaunt it out.

8.Shararas With Choli

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Shararas are back with a boom. They are one outfit that needs no jewelry to compliment. A booti embroidery blouse / choli paired with a flairy sharara and with heavy loops in the ears gives the bride’s sister the complete look. And why not, after all, she is the second best lady of the wedding.

With these options to explore you surely will be the talk of the town on your sister’s wedding. And who knows you too might meet your prince charming somewhere between the wedding. So always be prepared.

So, just choose the best outfit from our curated list of Wedding outfit designers, from our WedAbout app on Android and iOS and celebrate your sister wedding ceremony with elegance.


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