When it comes to ethnic jumpsuits, the best part is that they are absolutely fuss-free! You do not have to worry about draping the dupatta, or matching the blouse, or even finding the perfect pair of heels! Indian jumpsuits by modern-day designers have the perfect pop of colour and are just the right wedding guest outfit for millennials.
Switch up your ethnic style game with Indian jumpsuits that are custom-made for the modern wedding wardrobe. Whether you are a bride-to-be or someone who is hunting for better ethnic options to wear to a family sangeet or for a destination wedding, we have just the kind of inspiration for you!
Here are the best Indian jumpsuit designs for you to bookmark for the next event!
Ivory Presley embellished jumpsuit with jacket
While floral lehengas or organza lehengas have always been a clear winner for Summer weddings, ivory has been making the right noise too. Ridhi Mehra’s pearl embroidered Chanderi jumpsuit is an ideal choice to be worn to a day event! The mustard jacket adds a pop of colour to the outfit, while the embellished detailing on the sleeve makes it far from boring! Jumpsuit with jackets are a raging trend and make for great wedding guest outfits.
Tomato red embroidered jumpsuit
If you are a bride-to-be looking for an off-beat option to stun at your wedding, this fiery tomato red jumpsuit is a great option to consider. With a jute linen base and linear motifs all over, a jumpsuit like this could be an ideal choice if you are planning to host a fun Sangeet or pool-side cocktail. The hand-done embroidered jumpsuit with pearls, beads, and sequin all over is a perfect handsfree choice for the 21st-century bride!
Black one-shoulder embroidered jumpsuit
With pastel lehengas and white drapes taking the centre-stage, black has not been a highlight for quite some time. This one-shoulder draped jumpsuit is, however, a perfect pick for those who love black. Made in viscose crepe, with intricate floral detailing all over, this embroidered jumpsuit is a must-have in your wedding wardrobe!
Mint green dhoti jumpsuit with cut-outs
Another great way to introduce the Indian jumpsuit in your wedding wardrobe is by picking out a dhoti jumpsuit. Take cues from this silk jumpsuit with a cut-out flap and done up with beads and embellishments for the perfect day-time wedding guest look!
Stone blue pin-tucked overlay jumpsuit
If you like flowy silhouettes more than clean cuts and snug designs, this Ridhima Bhasin number might be the one for you! With its inspiration from the chic style of the French Riviera, this designer jumpsuit has an overlay, embroidered panel. With pintuck fringe embellishments and one shoulder sleeves, the jumpsuit is great to be worn at a friend’s mehndi!
Dark pink jumpsuit sari with an off-shoulder blouse
If you are the bride yourself, a stunning dark pink jumpsuit saree with a romantic off-shoulder blouse like this one from Ridhi Mehra’s demi-couture collection would look quite the part. This saree jumpsuit is lightly embellished and has a belt cinching at the waist to add a more structured look to the ensemble. You can choose to make a style like this dressier, or skip the neck jewellery and focus on the earrings and the hairstyle.
Ivory Matka silk flared Bridal jumpsuit
Another stunning bridal pick is this riveted ivory bridal floral jumpsuit beautifully done up in metal sequin, beads, and bangle embroidery. The super flared hemline adds the drama to this polished, silk jumpsuit with ivory cutwork and an embellished belt to pull it all together! Destination brides, do bookmark this for your bridal trousseau.
Lilac one shoulder harness jumpsuit
Lilac has been topping charts this season, and when it comes to your bridal trousseau, what’s better than a heavily embellished lilac jumpsuit that can replace your floor-length lehenga? This stunning designer jumpsuit has faux gold charms done up liberally all across the length of the outfit. A raw silk jumpsuit like this will offer you the right kind of sheen for a day event like mehndi or your poolside cocktail!
Neon pop raw jumpsuit with butterfly winged neckline
Bridesmaids, we’ve found the best go-to choice for your wedding outfit woes! Another stunning strappy number, this one has the right amount of neon giving a pop to the delicate silk base. Hand-embroidered in strategically placed neon pops of glass beads, sequin, and acrylics, it is a refreshing take on Indian jumpsuits.
Mustard yellow and pink jumpsuit
Another stunner for your friend’s Haldi outfit or Mehndi ceremony look is this mustard yellow raw and pink strappy jumpsuit! Detailed with 3-D add-ons, embellished fabric waistbelt with a brooch, and stunning design, a peppy modern outfit like this is a must-have in every millennial’s wardrobe. If you are the bride, this would make a great outfit for the pre-wedding ceremonies under the sun!
If you are looking to add a jumpsuit for wedding ceremonies to your wardrobe, these designer options will serve you well! The breathable, relaxed fabrics will let you be hands-free and enjoy the eventful naach-gaana!