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What to wear:
Women: Wear your most vibrant, colorful outfit! Lehengas and indo western palazzos (crop tops with bell bottom pants) are perfect styles to wear for this event. There will be lots of dancing, so make sure your outfit is comfortable (hence we don’t recommend saris).
Men: You'll want to wear a traditional Indian outfit called a Kurta or Sherwani. Kurtas will be pulled on over your head, and a Sherwani buttons up like a jacket. You'll want to select a size that matches the typical suit jacket size you wear. You'll want to avoid wearing black or white and if you want something to go with a suit you have, we also have bright vests!
What to Wear
Women: For the ceremony, we recommend a light weight sari or palazzo pant set. For the ceremony, please refrain from wearing black or white, as those are considered inauspicious for the occasion. You'll want to wear something that is comfortable to sit in!
Men: Traditional patterned kurtas or sherwanis that are colorful are perfect for this, as you will be dancing with the groom as he enters the venue! Alternatively, you can pair a plain, neutral kurta with a bright, vibrant vest for some extra flair.
What to wear:
Women: Dress to impress. Formal outfits are requested during this event. Indian outfits are also perfect! We recommend a Lehenga, a formal anarkali or a sari - all of which you can find when browsing through our collection. Glamorous, shimmery outfits are appropriate for the grand finale.
Men: For the reception, this will be Black Tie so you can wear a tux or sherwani.