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5 Western Look Outfits for the Bride and Groom to Ace the Fashion Game

After all those traditional outfit ideas, would you like to try an exclusive Western Look for yourself this time? Here we have a list of some of the choicest western outfits for both bride & the groom along with makeup and accessory tips. Read on!

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The best part about Indian weddings is it's not just a single-day affair! It's almost a week-long gala and which means, you get to sport different kinds of outfits! From engagement to reception, you have the opportunity to actually flaunt every combination of clothes and accessories. So, if you've planned an Indo-western look for your Cocktail, how about trying a classy western look for your engagement? From cute short dresses and a pair of white linen shirt and trousers for a pre-wedding photoshoot to coordinated navy blue evening gown and tuxedo for your reception...let's explore all the possibilities in the western wardrobe area, along with accessories. For the bride and groom both!


1. Blood red floor length gown with horizontal layers

Ohaila Khan

Take inspiration from this stunning design by Ohaila khan that's simple yet brims with attitude. Sport a blood red floor-length shimmery net gown with three horizontal layers if you're looking for a western look to dazzle the evening!

Accessory and makeup: A diamond choker with rubies or red stones, diamond stud earrings and a sleek red clutch. Go for dull red lips and smoky eyes to go with this dress.

2. Laced Fish-cut gown in ivory

Ohaila Khan

Another gem by Ohaila Khan, this vision in ivory would the ideal western look for brides who are looking class, subtlety and elegance in one outfit. The gorgeous lacework, the mermaid cut and a body-flattering fit - this is the kind of gown that would simply steal hearts!

Accessory and makeup: Diamond or white stone stud earrings, single strand diamond/stone bracelet, studded bun-pin and a silver clutch. Go with grey eye shadow, kohl eyes and shimmery lips in crimson or dull brick red.

3. Navy blue sheath dress

Ohaila Khan

A sheath is a body-hugging dress whose length is to the knee or upper thigh. Choose a navy blue colour sleeveless dress that has lace or stonework on it. You can also go for a navy blue sequin sheath dress if you want to jazz up your western look a bit. Keep your tresses loose with soft curls and cascading on one shoulder.

Accessory and makeup: Silver earrings or oxidised gold waterfall earrings, silver bracelet and a bronze clutch. You can also go for stone or artificial jewellery. Brown or hazel eye makeup and nude lips.

4. Ruffled Beige full-length dress

Ohaila Khan

Get some vintage vibes with this crumpled beige dress with tassels and ruffles. Get a long flared and a sweep trail too. Bring out an old world charm with this kind of western look on your pre-wedding shoot. This outfit would be the star of the show especially if you've chosen vintage or old-school as your engagement theme.

Accessory and makeup: Large oxidised gold earrings. Deep maroon matte lips and dark brown eye makeup.

5. Hot pink A-line short dress

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A classic favourite western look for a casual and fun occasion like a pre-wedding shoot,  a short dress is a must for every bride's wardrobe. A hot pink colour in an A-line or umbrella cut will add a dose of cheerfulness to your personality.

Accessory and makeup: Large silver hoop earrings and a bracelet with nude shaded stilettos. Pink lips and light hues for your eye makeup.


1. Blue jacket white trousers and scarf

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Ideal for a day event, this western look for grooms is a sure winner material. Choose a sky blue jacket on a blue shirt to pair up with white trousers. Engagement, reception or cocktail, this look will be just perfect for any occasion.

Accessory: Complete your look with a grey scarf.

2. Fitted Teal jacket and trousers

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If you thought colours are only for women, you couldn't be more wrong! Millennial grooms are more than happy to experiment with bright and unusual colours. Sport a well-fitted teal coloured jacket and a pair of trousers over a white shirt for an edgy western look. If you have grown your hair long, go with a man-bun.

Accessory: Brown shoes and a navy blue pocket square.

3. Green Tweed Jacket on cream trousers

The Raymond Shop, Connaught Place

A tweed jacket is an absolute must for every groom's wardrobe. Try a tweed jacket in bottle green shade over a white shirt and a pair of cream trousers as the western look on your engagement night and watch all the heads turn. Because sometimes, a minimalist statement is all you need for a greater impact!

Accessory: Brown shoes, belt and glass frames and a tea-green pocket square.

4. Velvet Tuxedo

The Raymond Shop, Connaught Place

When we are talking about the groom's western look, how can we not mention a tuxedo? Go ahead and sport a velvet tuxedo for your winter wedding. The moment you look into the mirror in this outfit, you'll instantly know how much you want it! Try out some colours other than black and blue like maroon, purple or violet if you're not afraid to experiment.

Accessory: Bow tie, cuff links and stud buttons.

5. Printed floral shirt & dark trousers

The Raymond Shop, Connaught Place

Planning a destination beach wedding in Goa? Go for a breezy western look with a white shirt with mustard coloured floral prints on it. Team it up with a pair of dark trousers and you're all set for your day events!

Accessory: Dark belt, leather strapped watch and white framed glasses.

So here are some of the chicest ideas to sport a western look on your wedding functions. If you think some of the outfits that you love are a bit on the expensive side, you can always go for rental suits. Try out new colours and designs before you zero down on one outfit. If you're not too used to wear western outfits that often, but still want to try something new on your wedding events, consult with your designer for suggestions. The most important thing is to feel comfortable in your skin and then in your clothes. Love your body, love yourself, and you will surely rock any dress on your special day!

Did you like any of the western outfits in the article? Let us know which one is your favourite in the comment section below.