Mehendi Outfit Ideas For Bridesmaids

Mehendi Outfit Ideas For Bridesmaids

Mehendi is one of those few functions which allows all the wedding guests to be quirky & try fun things, when it comes to their outfits. Pop of colors, contemporary embroidery & more such fun stuff defines a Mehendi outfit. Below, we have listed a few trending options, which wedding guests & brides can try in 2023:

1. Light Lehengas

This is the safest and the most common option, everyone opts for. Light lehengas, with plain skirts, lightly embroidered blouses & light dupatta is what  makes up a light lehenga and they look absolutely gorgeous, no matter how common & mainstream this option might be. Even floral printed lehengas are in right now & they look absolutely amazing as per the occasion. 


2. Jumpsuits

Jumpsuits for Mehendi have been trending since the past 1-2 years. They look chic yet elegant and are appropriate for both, the brides & the wedding guests. Depending upon how heavy you want it to be, you can get it embellished accordingly. Papa Don’t Preach in the Indian designer who introduced the concept of jumpsuits for Mehendi and it has been going pretty smooth since then. 


3. Co-ord sets

Matching/ Co-ord sets have been the go-to options for the newer brides & wedding guests because of how stylish yet put-together they look. Wearing prints on prints & monochrome sets have both been in trend and are our personal favorites.


4. Dress with a cape

Capes have started gaining a lot of popularity, when it comes to Mehendi outfits or lehengas, in general. They have started replacing dupattas and add that oomph to the entire outfit. You can either go with a monochrome cape or a contrasting cape, to add a pop of color to the otherwise monochrome outfit. 

 5. Ghararas & Dhotis

Replacing your normal pants with shararas, ghararas or dhotis makes it completely new & trendy. Ghararas look extremely stylish and can be worn by every age group & body type. 

Choosing which silhouette suits you the best depends upon a lot of factors, ranging from your body type, how close the person whose wedding you are attending, etc. Hence, determining what's best for you is what will decide whether your outfit is going to be fab or drab.