Mixing And Matching Wedding Outfits – Truly Bridal By Kalyan Jewellers

Mixing And Matching Wedding Outfits – Truly Bridal By Kalyan Jewellers

Hi Everyone!

One thing is certain about your wedding-the bride and the groom will be the centre of attention all night long. So, be sure to think about the colour and style coordination while making your fashion choices. There has already been way too much that has been said about coordinating outfit colours between the bride and the groom. While most people tend to match their outfit colours, you may want to put in a little bit of contrast as well.

The bride:

Without a doubt, on your big day all eyes will be on you. Even though a red and gold lehenga remains a classic, brides nowadays are breaking tradition and opting for more colourful outfits. No matter what your preference is, make sure to choose a dress that will compliment your skin tone and enhance your figure.Mixing And Matching Wedding Outfits - Truly Bridal By Kalyan Jewellers

The groom:

Even though the groom isn’t supposed to see the dress before the wedding ceremony, it is considered bad luck in some cultures; he should at least know the colour his bride is wearing so that the outfits are somewhat in harmony.

Mixing And Matching Wedding Outfits - Truly Bridal By Kalyan Jewellers

Here are a few do’s and don’ts to keep in mind, if you want to coordinate your wedding outfits with your groom given you by Kalyani Desai, our men’s fashion expert at Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers.

While choosing colours for your wedding outfits-also think about whether you were to pick an extra dupatta with your outfit, also what colour you would want it to be. The colour of the extra dupatta could be the colour the groom is wearing. If you are wearing a multicoloured lehenga, you may want the colour of the grooms outfit to be based on the colour which is less visible in your outfit so it does not look overwhelming.


If you are wearing a monotone lehenga, the groom can incorporate that colour in the smallest detail of his outfit. For instance, his stole or saffa could be a soft pink to match the bride’s outfit, or if the groom is wearing a suit, his tie colour cold be pink. Just remember to keep the coordinating colour in small doses. However, the bride and the groom don’t have to be matching every time. Sometimes, contrasting colours is the best way to coordinate. Choose a contrasting colour in the same tone and you are good to go!

Whatever you plan to wear, buy comfortable outfits. Your main aim is to look your best and if you are not comfortable, it will show on your face as well as in your body language. And you don’t want to spoil your wedding photos… do you? It’s your day… have lots of fun and have a super stylish wedding!

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