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5 Super Chic Dhoti Pattern Combos You Must Check out to Sport on Your Wedding Events

Dhoti is no more just a man’s attire! Heighten the swag factor on the day functions of your wedding by sporting that super cool dhoti. Take cues from our list of dhoti pattern designs and combos for some inspiration.

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What started off as a traditional groom’s wedding attire has now become a favourite fashion statement for women. A dhoti has caught on like a raging trend among millennial brides especially because of its extreme chicness. Whether it’s a pre-wedding photo shoot, Haldi function or fun Mehndi games, sporting different Dhoti pattern designs and combinations will definitely add oodles of attitude to your whole bridal statement. Ideal for day events, you can don a dhoti in different colours and patterns and by pairing it up with other outfits. So, are you excited to explore the dhoti world more? Here are some sources for inspiration for you:

1. Ice Blue dhoti and Red jacket with embroidery

Anjali Jani

The beauty of this particular Anjali Jani outfit lies in the simplicity of the dhoti pattern and intricacy of the embroidered jacket. The broad borders of the dhoti with fine work done in red and beige define a subtle yet strong statement of the dress. The contrasting red jacket exhibits brilliant work of art with its gorgeous embroidery.

Expert tip: Keep your jewellery and accessories to the minimum to highlight the outfit.

When to wear: Events like pre-wedding shoots, Sangeet or Mehndi especially on a winter wedding.

2. Cream and Red Dhoti with Jacket

Anjali Jani

Exude elegance with this super graceful dhoti pattern in all cream with little hints of red. A soft fabric like silk or satin would perfectly flaunt the neat plaits and the fall of the dhoti. Pair up the cream dhoti with a long full sleeve cream jacket. Get red embroidery done on the sleeve ends, neckline and waist. You can carry a printed dupatta in the same colour combination to complete the look.

Expert tip: Wear an oxidized golden Maang Tikka with this.

When to wear: Engagement, Sangeet, Mehndi.

3. Cream & Black Muga saree with Dhoti pants

Anjali Jani

How about fusing up things a little bit? You have read about some contemporary saree draping styles already. Now let us give you something new to consider! Team up a Muga silk saree with a pair of dhoti pants. This particular dhoti pattern would you are simply going to slay your wedding and pre-wedding events! Choose a Muga silk saree in cream with black borders. Instead of a petticoat flaunt your dhoti pants with the saree.

Expert tip: Do a smoky eye makeup and wear minimum jewellery. Just a huge golden ring or a Maang Tikka.

When to wear: Engagement, Sangeet, reception, cocktail.

4. Multicoloured dhoti pants with Bronze Kurti

Anjali Jani

Kurti with lehenga, kurti with saree kurti with skirts…you’ve tried almost every kind of outfit with your wedding kurtis. Now it’s time to experiment with a dhoti pattern with kurti. Sport a multicoloured dhoti pant and wear it with a loose kurti in bronze. Add a few shades of the dhoti like pink and mustard to your kurti too.

Expert tip: Choose georgette or chiffon as the fabric for a cool comfy look, especially on a summer wedding. Keep your makeup shade bronze based.

When to wear: Haldi, Sangeet, Mehndi and pre-wedding shoots.

5. Cobalt blue dhoti with printed long jacket

Anjali Jani

Flaunt a pair of cobalt blue dhoti pants with a printed long jacket-kurti in coordinated colour. You could choose a contrasting shade for the prints on your kurti. Go for paisley, vines or large floral prints throughout the body and sleeves.

Expert tip: Team up this particular dhoti pattern with printed black Juttis. Wear silver Jhumkas to go with it.

When to wear: Sangeet, engagement, pre-wedding shoot

Now you have a fair idea on how to own every wedding event with the dhoti swag! Make your own style statement by experimenting with unusual dhoti pattern designs and combinations. You don’t need to follow any trend. You can make your own and let the future brides follow you! Don’t be afraid to try new colours, combinations and styles if that’s what define you.

Do consult with a makeup artist to do perfect justice to your chosen wedding attire.