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Bridal Indian Dresses
The wedding ceremony is an important event for every human being. It is a special day in which the dream of love and life becomes true. In Indian marriages, the customs vary depending on religion, culture, and state. Besides these factors another most important aspect that needs keen attention and effort is to choose the best wedding attire. Especially for women the bridal wear is an important memory worn on auspicious day and so choosing the best attire plays a vital role to make her look special on her big day.
When we talk about Bridal Wear Indian Ethnic Clothing, saree is the one that first comes on the list. In India, the style, colour and fabric of the bridal saree varies from one state to another. For example, The Gharchola is a traditional Gujarati’s and Jain’s bridal saree, The Saptakar is a bridal saree of Orissa, Pochampally Sarees has its origin from Andhra Pradesh, the Nayanampets and the Bavanjipets are the typical bridal sarees from Kerala, the Banarasi sarees are from Varanasi and the world famous Kancheevaram Sarees of Kanchipuram in TamilNadu. While most of the people go with their ethnic bridal sarees, there are others who prefer various patterns of designer sarees specially crafted for as a bridal wear. In such bridal sarees one can find ornamentation done in an artistic way. A combination of zari work, bead work, mirror work, zardozi, embroidery work and so on adds charm to these sarees.
Although, saree is still a good option when it comes to Bridal Wear Indian Ethnic Clothing, fancy lehenga cholis also have strong fan followers. It comes in various fabric, work patterns and colour combinations. These are designed with more effort and time to produce a gorgeous appearance to adorn the beauty of the women wearing it. In addition to the gorgeous dazzling embellishments, these are available in different cuts and shapes. Some common styles are the A- cut, Straight cut, Umbrella cut and Fish cut or Mermaid cut.
For any bride who is confused between choosing a saree or a lehenga choli, the solution is to opt for the aesthetic Lehenga style saree, which is a blend of the saree and lehenga choli. Here unlike a saree one doesn't have to make pleats but simply 'tuck and drape'. These are similar to ready pleated saree, although both have slight variations. Another option for ethnic bridal wear besides these attires is the bridal Salwar Kameez or the Designer Anarkali Suits. These attires are not only preferred for the amazing artistic work but also for its comfort factor.
Accessorizing these gorgeous attires well with matching jewelries, the little father’s daughter will be all set to meet the groom's eye.