Whether you’re hosting a beach wedding or attending one, this isn’t the typical wedding fare where you can flank your frills. In the sandy beaches, by the waves you can’t do justice to your evening gowns and hence, the occasion calls for new additions to the wardrobe.
Best Friend at the Cocktail Night: The bride’s friend shares the limelight on the cocktail night as the bride enjoys the last drink before she puts on the ring. This asymmetrical tunic by Vidhi Wadhwani promises to stand out in a crowd and make you dazzle through the night with the fringe detail adorning the neckline. This is best paired with bright, bling jewelry and a clutch that matches just as well to contain the hangover kit that will come in handy!
<strong”>Reception Beach Party: For a sister or friend attending the beach wedding, this pleated dress by Siddhartha Bansal is sure to be the best choice. The soft colours suit well as the dress crafted in crepe will fit appropriately to blur the lines between formals and casuals.
During the Wedding: For a dear friend attending the wedding, organza is an apt choice by the beach. What makes the choice even better is when the organza is crafted in shades of dusty pink. The bugul bead work on this ensemble by Pallavi Mohan and the cotton thread French knot add the right amount of detail to make the dress a party wear piece.
Bachelor Brother: For the brothers of the groom making their presence, this attire by Arjan Dugal is a class apart. The colour of the kurta, texture of churidar and work on the jacket are in soothing sync with the vibes at the beach. A bachelor brother from the groom’s party is sure to find his lady love when dressed in this!
Boy in Blue: When at the beach, a blue shirt can never go wrong. This powder blue creation by Anand Bhushan is the right choice with its white patterned detailing. This cotton shirt can be paired with polo shorts to stay relaxed even through a warm breeze.
Cowl at Cocktail: Ditch the blazer and trousers for the cocktail party that is hosted by the beach. Don these cowl pants by Dhruv Vaish and stand out in the crowd while still keeping your pant rims unaffected by the grains of sand underneath. These are best paired with bright kurtas that can add a dazzling touch to your overall look when paired well, preferably with a handlebar moustache!
A beach wedding is fun but the attire only needs a little extra planning before the event calendar comes around!