3 Events, 3 outfits. We will help you find the perfect ones.
Saturday night is the Welcome Dinner. Men & Women are encouraged to wear colorful, casual Indian attire.
Sunday morning is the Vivaha Wedding Ceremony + Post Wedding Brunch: Men & women are encouraged to wear colorful Indian attire.
Sunday Night is the Reception. Women are encouraged to wear glamorous Indian attire. This is your chance to go all out!
What to wear: Colorful and (relative) casual clothing is perfect for the welcome dinner.
Women can wear a “salvaar kurta” or “anarkali” (the outfits that come with a long dress worn over pants).
Men can wear a casual or lightly embroidered kurta.
Vivaha Wedding Ceremony + Post Wedding Brunch
What to wear:
Women: Wear colorful & vibrant Indian attire! Anarkalis, Salvaars and gowns are great. Do not wear a completely red (the bride will be wearing red) or black outfit.
Men: Brightly colored or embroidered kurta with pants. If you have a standard beige/white kurta that is perfectly fine just throw a stole (dupatta or scarf) on it.
What to Wear
Women: Wear a Lehenga, Anarkali, or Gown. Feel free to wear any color you would like (including reds & blacks). This is your opportunity to look sophisticated & glamorous! This is the most dressed-up event of the wedding.
Men: We encourage you to wear your choice of suits and ties. If you want to wear Indian, wear your fanciest kurta or sherwani. These will often have a bit more embroidery or gold work on them. Perhaps they have more of a collar or an embellished stole.
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About Riya Collective
Riya Collective is an online rental business giving you access to high-end Indian fashion. We believe that everyone should have access to sharing in other cultures.