Shortlist brands according to your budget
Instead of unplanned shopping outings, spend time finding stores and designers that fit within your budget limits. That way, you skip the heartbreak of having to leave an outfit you love just because it's out of your budget. Remember your lower and upper budget limits and visit stores/ brands that will get you great outfits within that price range.
Plan a different look for every function
Mehendi, cocktail, wedding and reception; you'll need a special outfit for each occasion. Follow the simple rule of keeping every outfit distinctly different. Keep this in mind before you head out wedding shopping and come back with outfits that you love.
Have fun with colours
Many brides are increasingly growing bolder with their color palette for the wedding and that is really good for allowing you to experiment well. Remember to allow your wedding outfits to be a reflection of your personality and make sure you feel confident and comfortable!
Don't forget the external factors
A velvet lehenga during a summer wedding or a chiffon saree for a winter haldi are clear no-nos. Don't ignore weather and other external factors like your and your partner's family's sensibilities, and more while finalising your wedding outfits.
Save funds and time for accessory shopping
Many brides end up neglecting their jewellery, shoes and hair accessories while choosing their wedding outfits. Make sure you devote some time shortlisting accessories that suit your personal style and shoes that are both stylish and comfortable. Turn to Instagram to discover independent jewellery designers and unconventional shoe brands before finalizing your entire look.