What to wear on your Brother Marriage – Indian Marriage Admin November 9, 2014 Fashion, Fashion How to, Relationship, Women Fashion4 Comments Marriage is incomplete without stylish dressing. And when it comes to your brother marriage we all girls go crazy about what to wear. This is very natural and somehow correct too. Everyone eyes are on us so we have the right to dress up like, don’t we?Now the question is what to wear. In Indian marriage, there are many events like Ring Ceremony, haldi varmala, phere and many more and all these required separate attars and these attars should be eye catchy and should be perfect according to the occasion.First, let’s talk about the Ring Ceremony. Ring ceremony is a ceremony with the limit people are invited close family members and friends.Here you can go to experiment with your looks but remember experiment should not turn out into a disaster:Don’t go for heavy Dress make it simple and unique. If you are younger sister a flawless gown of a bright color likes pink, blue red or yellow but do remember to select the perfect one for you understanding your complexion and body structure and carry it with suitable accessories only long earrings would go.If you want to try something Indian go for a long straight kurta as Anarkali is the first pick for every girl so you should try something different. But Ring Ceremony is an only function where you can go for a western. If you are elder sister and married go and surprise everyone with your look. You can go for western attar and do a color coding with your hubby. That you highlight you in the crowd and is what we girls out that everyone eyes on us.For haldi Ceremony go for a full traditional wear. If you are Punjabi rule the floor with pure Punjabi look, and if you are Gujarati go for a Gujarati Chanya Choli, and if you are a south Indian then go kanjiwaram sari or lehenga and similarly. Make haldi a full traditional event and surprise your guest.The most important day “THE WEDDING DAY”. This day is the only day where you must focus on your dressing style.The lehenga is the perfect pick for the younger sister. An elegant and stunning lehenga with a perfect color combo is the right choice. But remember to avoid red and maroons colors lehenga as these color are meant for a bride.Go for green purple pink blue orange and many more, leave these two color for the bride. Blue has many shade and lehenga in blue is so in. if you want you can also opt for sari but keep in mind that is very difficult to carry for an inexperienced person but the elegance in a sari is most so you decide comfort or elegance.In my option for a day, you can comprise with comfort. Pick the one with the girlish look and carry that in the sexiest way you can. A sari with showy border is the perfect choice for a young girl.If the marriage is of your younger brother and you want to show topper think out of the box. Choose a dress which complements your personality.If I talk about myself I would pick a netted lehenga of a single color and a backless choli with a blooming latakan on both lehenga and choli with a heavy worked dupatta on it. But that is purely my choice you have full right to experiment and select the perfect and unique dressing style for you. You can give yourself the best advice.ENJOY AND CONGRATULATION FOR YOUR BROTHER WEDDING. 4 Responses Yogita Uppal December 18, 2014 Very informative blog. Want more. Reply Rattsan October 17, 2015 Enjoyed every bit of your blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Keep writing. Reply crorkservice November 28, 2015 mZjvRb This is really interesting, You are a very skilled blogger. I ave joined your rss feed and look forward to seeking more of your great post. Also, I ave shared your site in my social networks! Reply crorkservice February 4, 2016 MF9EKK Really appreciate you sharing this blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Want more. this site ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.