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Traditional to Western: 7 Karva Chauth Outfit Ideas for Newlywed Brides

07 Oct, 2019

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Every festival you celebrate in the first year of your marriage will be close to your heart. If get married this year then it will be the very first time you will celebrate an important occasion with someone special and Karwa Chauth would be no different. While you must have seen your mother, aunts and other married women fasting on this day, so when it’s your first time to actually do, you might be imagining “Chandra Pooja” a la romantic Bollywood movies. This give butterflies in your tummy.

In Indian culture, Karwa Chauth is a day when every married woman get dolled up in her bridal avtar, pray and fast for their hubby’s long life. So, while you get ready for Pooja with Solah Shringaar, you would like to know what Indian outfits which suits on you better and aren’t clichéd and old-fashioned. To give you some ideas this time we came with a list of Indian traditional and western outfits, you can take some inspiration and chose the best one for yourself. 

 

1. Floor length Anarkali with intricate embroidery

 

 

This Persian blue Anarkali from Kalki has delicate embroideries on a rich fabric. It has vibrant floral buttis all over, which make it look charmingly festive. A stylish way to flaunt your ‘new bride’ look on Karwa Chauth! The open curl waves are another simple hairdo that will look great to go with Long Anarkali suits. Wear golden coloured bangles, choose nude makeup but don’t forget to put a bindi on the forehead and what’s more? Nothing dear, here you are a shining diva.

 

2. Designer Saree

 

 

 

When we came to dress for first Karwa Chauth, Saree is the best option and there is no alternative of this. As Saree is a traditional outfit for Indian Women, are deep in love with this. This is a perfect time for newlyweds to make amaze their beloved hubbies by looking in avtar of bride. You can select Saree which is not heavy in work and makes you looking gorgeous at the same. Plain with Board contrast border will be perfect to go.

 

3. Two Piece set crop top and skirt

 

 

 

 

If you want to try something different on your first Karwa Chauth the try this outfit, I am sure you’ll make him speechless. Give yourself moments to look cute and hot meanwhile in this two-piece ethnic set which includes a crop top and long flared skirt. Those who love to dress up in Indo-western dresses can give a shot to this number. The sensuous cum traditional amalgamation of long skirt and crop top making women go gaga. This is what you need to try next for upcoming Karva Chauth carnival. To complete the look, bangles, earrings and a head chain will play a wonderful part making you hard-to-ward off beauty.

 

4. Simple chanderi silk anarkali with contrasting dupatta

 

 

This green chanderi silk anarkali with onion pink dupatta is a chic and classy outfit to wear for your first Karwa Chauth. It is lightweight, easy to carry and can be accessorized in a hundred different ways.

 

5. Mirror embroidered peplum suit and palazzo set

 

 

Festivities are all about dressing and having fun, right? Then why leave behind a big occasion like Karwa Chauth to show off your style in your new home? Wear this corn mustard peplum palazzo set with statement earrings and your bridal chooda to look like a classic newlywed bride for your first Karwa Chauth!

 

6. Sea green a yellow lightweight lehenga choli

 

 

If you are game to wear a lehenga for your first Karwa Chauth, then choose something simple yet attractive like this set.The sea green lehenga with floral embroidery and yellow choli with butti embellishment is perfect for a festive occasion like this one!

 

7. Embellished grey gharara suit set

 

 

 

This grey coloured sharara set with silver embellishment and net dupatta is such an elegant choice for a festive occasion like Karwa Chauth. Accessorizing this set with diamond jewellery and heavy eye makeup is surely going to drop your hubby’s jaw!

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