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Here's How To Make The Marathi Dress Part Of Your D-day

From colourful Nauvari to fancy Pheta & fancy Gandhi Topi, there is a whole range of beautiful Marathi Dress options to look for. Check these out for inspiration!

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The first thing that comes to mind when you picture a Maharashtrian wedding is the wedding outfit. The gorgeous Paithani and Nauvari sarees, the elegant Maharashtrian jewellery and exotic accessories. The whole wedding looks vivacious especially because of the bright and cheerful colours. So, if you're getting married in a typical Marathi Mulgi style or having a cross-cultural wedding where your partner will be dressed in typical Marathi groom attire, you're going to love this one!

From the traditional outfits to little contemporary styles, we've got it all covered. Take a look at these Marathi dress options you can try on your own wedding.


Mustard & Magenta Nauvari

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Some of the most popular colours in Marathi dress options for a bride are magenta and yellow. This gorgeous combination of mustard with bright magenta further accentuates the grace of a Nauvari. Go with a magenta blouse and lips. Try some traditional Marathi hairstyles to go with it.

Fiery Yellow & Bottle Green Nauvari

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Drape a vibrant Nauvari saree with the combination of fiery yellow and bottle green as your Marathi dress for the wedding. The Dhoti style drape, the huge gold & pearl Nath, the green bangles and bright pink silk stole- get ready to steal the show.

Red & White Silk

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How about little mixed-cultural vibes? Pick a red & white silk saree which is quite a popular choice among Bengali brides and wear it in a typical Marathi style multi-layered drape. Pair it up with a red puff sleeve blouse. Don't forget to sport a golden Bajubandh, red glass bangles, golden Maang tikka without chain and gold choker necklace.

Purple Paithani

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Another popular choice in Marathi dress for brides is a bright purple Paithani saree. Drape it in style with a pink 3/4 sleeve blouse with elaborate Maggam work on it. Carry a forest green stole with embroidery. Wear gold temple jewellery along with Marathi Nath.

Ivory Muga Silk

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Nothing beats the elegance of an ivory colour Muga silk saree with golden thread embroidery work. Sport light temple jewellery in gold and a pearl Nath. Keep your makeup in Marathi style and drape the saree like a dhoti.

Orange & Green Nauvari

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Take inspiration from this bride who chose to spice up her Marathi dress a little. Apart from the vibrant orange and green Nauvari saree, gold and green bangles and gold necklace, she chose to go with matching orange sneakers. Pick comfort over style for your bridal footwear and make that your fashion statement.

Red & Gold Silk

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We can't just end our bridal wear image list without a traditional red saree, can we? A blood-red silk saree with broad golden borders as well as golden embroidery all over is a quintessential bridal outfit. Keep the makeup at par with your red saree with dark red lips and smokey eyes. Look for latest hairstyles and accessories with red roses to complete your look.


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Mustard Sherwani & White Dhoti

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Now let's take a look at some dapper Marathi dress images for the grooms. A soft mustard sherwani paired with a white dhoti with golden borders would be a perfect choice for a day wedding. Match the Pagdi with the dhoti and add embellishments like golden beads and red thread work on it. Complete the look with white Nagrai Jutti.

Al White Sherwani & Beige Safa

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You can never go wrong with a set of white sherwani suit. Accessorise well with a long pearl necklace with multiple layers, beige Safa with feathers and stones and a beige pocket square.

Floral Printed Kurta & Mudavalya

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A traditional Marathi Kurta pyjama will always be in style. Pick a floral printed kurta with a long open jacket. Wear matching pearl bead necklace and carry a stole. As a head accessory, sport a traditional pearl-studded Mundavalya for the true Maratha look.

White Kurta & Pink Pagdi

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Sometimes a simple white printed kurta pyjama is enough to steal the show if style right. Sport a bright pink Safa along with your kurta and carry a dagger in a brown strappy case across the body.

Beige Silk Kurta Pajama

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This one is an authentic Marathi dress for the groom. Beige colour kurta pyjama in silk, a matching Gandi Topi and a shawl on one shoulder. This is an all-time favourite for almost every Marathi groom.

Try out your favourite Marathi dress on your wedding functions to put a colourful spin on them. Drape a ravishing Nauvari and mix it up with a few contemporary jewellery styles. Or you can go all the way traditional. Look for some beautiful Gajra hairstyles to flaunt different bun styles with it. You can choose gold jewellery or you can go with artificial ones. But don't forget to sport the iconic Nath if you want to look like a true Marathi Mulgi!

Take a look at some lip-smacking Maharashtrian sweets to add to your wedding menu! Which is your favourite Marathi dress here, let us know in the comments below.