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Angrakha suits are nothing short of royalty. The moment you pick an Angrakha suit for your wedding celebrations, you know you will be stepping into a silhouette of magnificence. While brides mostly prefer picking lehengas and sarees for the D-Day, this is a great time to pick an Angrakha suit for your wedding.
Wondering why? Well mostly because this year has been the season of intimate weddings. The couples who have got married in the times of Corona or have decided to exchange their vows amidst the lockdown include many celebrity couples too such as Rana Daggubati and Miheeka Bajaj. This only tells us that intimate weddings were never small make-do weddings, but luxurious weddings with a comparatively smaller guest list.
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While Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma followed by Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have also opted for intimate weddings, we know for a fact that intimate weddings are here to stay. So if you are a bride who is going to tie the knot soon, here are some Angrakha suits you must take a look at before picking your wedding outfits.
Orange Angrakha Suit with Zari Work
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While orange is the new red for many millennial brides who flaunted this colour for their wedding outfit, this beautiful orange Angrakha suit can also be the perfect pick for your fun Sangeet ceremony. Featuring delicate floral trellises and Gota details this piece is artfully crafted. The dupatta paired with the dress features personalised embroidery that makes it all the more special.
Tea Pink Angrakha in Silk
Dilshaad- depicts the colour of the dawn sky, a stunning chateau rose crushed cotton Angrakha doused in intricate embroideries and delicate hand-embellished details. The hem of the churidaar sleeves features hand block printed floral motifs. The beauty of the Angrakha suit is enhanced with a hand-loomed silk lehenga and a net dupatta shimmering with geometric sequins and embroidered borders.
Cadet Blue Raw Silk Simple Angrakha Suit
This simple cadet blue coloured Angrakha suit in raw silk is perfect for any pre-wedding functions that you will partake. The full sleeves have delicate golden Zari embroidery that runs on the neckline too. The minimal embroidery throughout the fabric that flaunts a subtle sheen makes it perfect for a pre-wedding ceremony and all things weddings.
Pastel Pink Angrakha Suit with Heavy Embroidery
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This pastel pink Angrakha suit with the heavy floral embroidery in silver with Dabka, Naqshi and crystal work is a super elegant pick. Complete the look with our gradient dupatta beautifully adorned with a floral motif all over. It is further enhanced with floral borders on two lengths of the border.
Red Angrakha Kurta with Gharara
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This red Angrakha is fully embellished with multi-threads, sequins, Zari, Nagh, Zardozi, Gotta, crystals and stones. The heavy border of the Angrakha suit enhances the look. The net dupatta is the perfect way to complete the look and it is a gorgeous pick for the brides to wear to their Nikah ceremony.
Coral Red Bridal Angrakha Suit with Zari
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This coral red Angrakha suit has intricate embroidery with golden threads paired with the dark red Gharara that has a heavy velvet patti on the hem makes it all the more beautiful. The Chhapka or Passa that the bride has adorned as an accessory is a breathtaking ensemble for a nighttime wedding ceremony. Carry a traditional designer Potli bag to make the heads turn in awe.
Angrakha suits are not only a dreamy pick for your big fat wedding ceremonies but also a perfect outfit idea for an intimate wedding ceremony.
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