|Summer holidays are popular for long lazy beach vacations, cricket mania and 'Big Fat Indian Weddings'! Weddings being an elaborate affair, require much planning whether you're part of the bridal entourage or just a good friend. It's easy to get hassled with what to wear for the weeklong festivities including the grand reception. Add to it, the sizzling hot temperatures. And yes, you'd be in luck if it's an indoor venue.|
|The all time favourite for the main reception would have to be the saree. What's more, it's perfect to beat the heat as well. From sleevless blouses to spagetti straps, the saree manages to make ethnic very contemporary and sensous as well. Retro has made a comeback in 2012, so try opting for polka dots rather than the traditional heavy embroidery. Remember less is more and keep it simple for a change.
Yes guys, we know you have it tougher. Going traditional means full sleeve sherwanis with heavy embroidery work. While you cannot avoid the long sleeves, opt for fabrics which are comfortable and do not irritate the skin. Alternatively, try a pathani with loose satin pajamas. If you're wearing a suit, ensure it leaves plenty of room to breathe and is comfortable.
|Coming to the part we love the most, SHOES. Women have a wide variety to explore here. From stone studded stilettos to elegant sandals, choose what matches your ensemble the best! Men can opt for the customary embroidered mojris or leather sandals. For western wear, try formal leather shoes..|
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