Getting Right Look On Honeymoon
Whether you are honeymooning in Miami, Mexico or Maldives it’s essential to prioritise comfort while balancing your style. One simply does not have to slip on everything skimpy to fit in the bracket. From a beautiful paisley sarong to super comfy denim shorts to a concept beach sari, brides have a number of options to have fun with. And when styled to perfection, you can surely look on point.
Honeymoon Dresses for Indian Bride:
Here are a few tips that help you get the right look when on honeymoon.
Printed Maxi Dress:
When heading for a honeymoon, dressing easy without letting your style quotient down should be your priority. And maxi dresses always come in handy. When confused, a beautiful maxi dress can save day. Be it in solid hues or subtle prints, a maxi dress paired with some cool sunnies and a bit of chunky jewelry (think oversized cuffs) is a perfect look. We suggest tie your hair in a loose bun and pick up bright-hued gladiators and you are good to go.
Kaftan is one of the most underrated yet versatile outfits which suits most of the body types. For women who are not comfortable in experimenting with something figure hugging, a gorgeous kaftan is ‘the’ piece. With its languid silhouettes and availability in a variety of prints, it is a perfect honeymoon piece. We suggest have fun with printed kaftans, pair them with those statement-y wedges and an oversized beach canvas tote. You can also have fun with short kaftans too. For those evening beach parties, a short kaftan paired with sexy heels is the way to go. Pairing a belt, so as to cinch that waist of yours, is also a great option.
Shorts, no matter how much we loathe this unassuming piece of an outfit in our daily lives, honeymoons are incomplete without them. From pairing your sexy lace tops to those oversized pinstripe shirts, a pair of shorts can look great with anything. Denim shorts are also a rage on the beach, pair them with slogan t-shirts to tank tops, you can go out and loud with them.
From draping them like a skirt or wearing them just to replace your not-so-exciting dresses, sarongs have come a long way. Be it wearing them with your bikini’s or throwing them over shoulder’s like a cape, you can really have fun with sarongs. Nothing can replace an oversized straw hat paired with a sexy sarong when on a beachy locale. Also, pop colors is always a good idea. Pick up fabric jewelry pieces such as those intricate necklaces and pom-pom earrings.
Statement Beach Saris:
A sari might sound unlikely as a honeymoon piece but thanks to a number of designers such as Shivan and Narresh, Malini Ramani and Anupama Dayal who have transformed sari from a dressy piece to a more casual and an experimental outfit. Be it short pre-draped saris or lightweight tie-and-dye in beige, white and black newly married brides have a lot to choose from. For those who want to stick to tradition and have fun, a beach sari is a perfect solution. Go minimal with everything else. Let your sari do the talking. A perfect pair of shades would do no harm.