With the onset of winters, there is an inherent need to revamp your wardrobe. Additionally, winters also mean wedding hopping as it is the prime season for an Indian wedding.
Here is a list of the top winter fashion trends that you can wear this year:
They were in vogue in the ’80s and early ’90s but are back and are being daringly styled with satin and lace on the streets. Carbury will not only keep you warm but also add a statement of Uber style to your attire. If you are a tab bit shy about wearing all Carbury, then you can invest only in a jacket or midi skirt.
Printed Long Coats
Coats are like every girl’s favorite. They look good on everyone. They are versatile staples in a girl’s wardrobe. Prints can be worn in any season. If you are a sucker for prints, then prints are your best bet for the seasons. The most popular prints worn in winters are the plain and checks. You can pick from a wide range of prints available – the ditsy floral, the animal or the wild leaves.
Minimalist fashion has stayed on top of the charts for a while now. Its time you tweaked this trend a little bit by investing in a few sequined scarves. These embellished scarves can be worn over the outer coat or loosely wrapped around the turtle-neck collar. Try this trend by creating an overall color blocking effect.
Puffy Jackets with Satin Blouse
Nobody does puffy jackets better than Rihanna. They are extremely high fashion and are everything cozy and comfortable. They can be paired very fashionably with the satin textured blouse.
Wide-legged Pants and Sweater
You can wear them in muted colors like black and white to office without creating any fashion noise. They are comfortable and look very elegant. To turn it into evening wear, just hop on some high ankle boots.
What to Wear to a Winter Wedding
Now, that you know the basic fashion to follow during winters, let’s shift our focus to the weddings that are so common during winters. Winter wedding screams royal fashion! What fabric imparts the most royal feel and yet keeps you warm? VELVET! Or the Traditional Banarasi Saree.
Here are a few designers that have the best winter wedding collection:
- Sailesh Singhania’s handwoven silk sarees
- Anamika Khanna’s Kaftan lehengas
- Malini Ramani’s one-shoulder draped gown paired with a lapel notch blazer
- Nikasha’s over-the-top yellow floral Anarkali with dupatta
- AM: PM couture’s red skirt with an embroidered blazer
If you are still wondering what to wear to a winter wedding, we recommend unconventional styles that have modern cuts and are a blend of the traditional style blended with a modern silhouette.