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Looks trending for bridesmaid this autumn/winter

Updated: Nov 22, 2016 13:34 IST      
Looks trending for bridesmaid this autumn/winter

New Delhi [India], Nov. 22 (ANI): Wedding season is here and it is not only the runway for bride, but also her maids.

So, if your bestie is getting hitched soon, then this is your time to flaunt your glam edge.

Whether it is sparkling shagun ceremony or colorful ladies sangeet or the elegant mehndi night or the bright haldi day or the traditional D-day, this is the perfect time for you girls to show-up your fashion side.

So, Yashodhara Shroff, Founder and Director of Styletag.com, an e-commerce fashion portal, brings you five must haves for this wedding season.

1. Bare your shoulders this season: This wedding season, off-the-shoulder trend so ubiquitously seen on the ready-to-wear runways. So go floral with your gowns with bare shoulders. Redefine your wardrobe and show off your style quotient with this enchanting gown that keeps you distinct in a huge midst

2. Glam up yourself with embellished earrings: What is better particle than gold, non right? Gold has always been a lady's best-friend and this geometric pair of earrings is best fit this season to give you a perfect balance of tradition and trend. Go light on your neckline with a resplendent, long gold necklace studded with glittering rubies and emeralds. Hooped waistbands with ostentatious gems, red bangles coupled with heavy gold ones and heavy earrings along with chains are "in" this wedding season.

3. CROP up your top: yes you heard it right, crop tops are not just party thingy anymore. Pair them up with a lenhga and forget the tedious stitching and zero comfort of the cholies or pair it up with plazzo and get the trendy look with all that ethnicity and feel free to enjoy the dances you always wanted to do in your best friend's wedding. For the celebration or functions during the day, light breathable fabrics like chiffon or georgette teamed can be teamed up and one can carry this outfit with ease.

4 RAW SILK POTLI: Carrying an embellished potlis will help you to complete your traditional look. Tempting food is everybody weakness but ruining the lipstick is one of the major concerns in every girls head. But this silk potli is the savior in this situation, its perfect for keeping those resourcefulness and also keep you stylish.

5. Let your pumps shimmer a little more: Keep your head and heels high always! Finally complete your look with the shimmering pumps, these pumps goes with all the picks you do this season, whether you wear normal kurti or a heavy lengha this pair of heels will not fail to increase your glam side.(ANI)

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