Your sister's wedding is perhaps a more exciting event than your own! The whole wedding planning, preparing for the wedding events, and most importantly....the different outfits! From the Roka ceremony to the reception party, you need to prep for every single event in terms of dresses, makeup, accessories, and more! Especially if you have a special Sangeet performance or some fun Haldi games planned out, you must pay extra attention! So here we are...with an exclusive list of stunning sister of the bride dresses, especially curated for you. Check out the images, take notes on the fashion tips, and get ready to rock the wedding!
White Lehenga with Lavender Ruffled Blouse
Wear this dreamy Anushree Reddy outfit at your sister's wedding if you're looking for a romantic look. The white lehenga in raw silk with subtle floral embroidery along the bottom rim gives makes it one of the prettiest sister of the bride dresses you'll see today. Pair this lehenga with a lavender colour ruffled blouse to add some drama.
Indigo Velvet Anarkali Dress
Ideal for a dazzling wedding or a reception night, this JJ Valaya bridal outfit is a vision in indigo! If you're looking for some sister of the bride dresses that would outright steal the show, try this velvet Anarkali suit with elaborate silver embroidery over the chest. The colour combo and the rich fabric would naturally do the magic for you.
Breezy Floral Saree
Who doesn't love a breezy floral saree on a summer or a monsoon wedding? Drape chiffon or a crepe saree with large floral prints, inspired from this Monika Nidhi designer saree, pair up with a coordinated fluffy full sleeve blouse with a little ruffle on the edge and you're good to own the show!
Fashion tip: Open straight hair, pearl stud earrings and large round sunglasses, soft peach based makeup.
Yellow Tiered Sharara
Spike up the fun with a multi-tiered yellow sharara dress on your sister's Haldi function. This is one of those sisters of the bride dresses, that oozes out energy and cheerfulness. The bright yellow with the sparse mirror work on the kurta and the dupatta with white borders makes this attire the perfect pick for a fun occasion. Try it on a Haldi or Ladies Sangeet and don't forget to brush up your Bollywood dance moves!
Grey Dhoti & A-Line Kurta
Image Courtesy: Punit Balana
Try some fusion clothes for a special occasion. Take a cue from this grey dhoti paired with an A-line kurta for a Sangeet, Engagement, or Reception. This Puneet Balana ensemble is an ideal choice for women who want to make a different statement. Jazz up the look with chic jewellery and accessories.
Pink Silk Kalidar & Sharara
Check out one of the fanciest sisters of the bride dresses that would totally make heads turn your way. This carnation pink Kalidar kurta and sharara is an extremely graceful outfit that you can't go wrong with. The Chanderi silk fabric and the elegant threadwork defines a very delicate persona. Try this Rimple & Harpreet Narula creation for your sister's wedding day.
Green Lehenga with Orange Shirt
Play with colours a little bit with this outfit. Pair up your bottle green lehenga with an orange shirt with puffy long sleeves. The striking contrast is what works best for this whole dress.
Ivory Tulle Anarkali
Shine like the brightest star in the room in this Tarun Tahiliani's fantastic tulle Anarkali suit in ivory. If you're looking for the sister of the bride dresses that scream "divine", this is just the thing for you!
Multi-shaded Pink Lehenga
Fashion tip: Neat bun with mid-parting, teardrop silver earrings with rubies or red stones, nude makeup.
Love bright colours? This Anita Dongre sharara set in vibrant Fuschia is all you need to brighten up the wedding venue. The exquisite silver embroidery all over the kurta only enhances the elegance of the dress.
Fashion tip: Puff ponytail or a French bun, pearl stud earrings, pink eye shadow and Fuschia lips.
Mint Green Lehenga
When you sport this Abhinav Mishra's soothing mint-green lehenga on your sister's Mehndi, you don't need to worry much about anything else! The soft fabric and the subtle lacework around the hem work wonders with this beautiful outfit.
Image Courtesy: Jayanti Reddy Label
Junk jewellery, funky accessories, fusion outfits, mix and match- don't shy away from trying out new things while looking for sister of the bride dresses! Pick a fabric that suits the climate, time and makes you feel most comfy. Don't over accessorise and make sure there is a balance between your outfits and jewellery. Try some latest hairstyles for different occasions. After all, it's your sister's wedding and there should not be any stone unturned when it comes to your wardrobe preps!
Check out some matching footwear options to go with your wedding outfits!