Fashion Tips for the Monsoon Bride - Part 2 - Peachmode

Fashion Tips for the Monsoon Bride - Part 2

In continuation to our previous post on tips for monsoon brides, we’ve put together some further essential advice for lovebirds making the most of the season’s romance. So, all you fashionistas reading this, we hope we can help you make the right choices for a monsoon wedding!

Pre-Wedding Care

Your hair and skin will need some extra care during the monsoon, so make sure you treat them well. Avoid oily or cream-based makeup and beauty products for a few weeks, since they can clog up your pores and turn your skin dull. Treat your hair to deep-conditioning sessions at the salon and you skin to a massage. Stick to a healthy diet and fitness regime – no time to waste, start now and you’ll have a natural glow by the time your wedding rolls around!

Get a healthy glow by taking care of your skin before the D-Day!

 

Pre-Wedding Shoot

There is no season like the monsoon for romantic pre-wedding shoots. You and your partner can be silhouetted against dramatic skies or sheets of falling raindrops, mischievously holding hands under an umbrella, soaked through while dancing in the rain… The options are practically endless. Make sure you get some unforgettable pictures on a day when love is literally pouring down from the heavens!

Capture the monsoon romance in your pre-wedding shoot!

Personalized Monsoon-Themed Decor

When you think of the rainy season, the lush greenery and dark skies are the first things that come to mind. Let your wedding decor reflect a creative and attention-grabbing monsoon decor scheme, with bunches of fresh greenery and flowers, umbrellas, dark maroon or violet backdrops and sparkling lights that mimic the twinkle of the city’s skyline seen through a sheet of rain!

Let your wedding decor be as fashionable as you are!

Wedding Trousseau

The earlier post gave you some advice on how to pick out a bridal outfit and basic pointers on choosing materials and styles for your trousseau. We’re actually going to discuss a few different options in a little more detail, since your wedding trousseau is once-in-a-lifetime, just like every other part of the big day!

  • Pre-Wedding Events – Sangeets, cocktails, family celebrations and other parties are all part and parcel of the wedding. You’ll be expected to look radiant and trendy at each of these, so follow the rule of easy-to-handle fabrics and minimal embellishment. Try a stylish drape tunic for an evening of cocktails or a lightweight saree for a family gathering.

For the cocktail dinners and parties, try this uber-trendy Pankti Podar drape tunic!

 http://peachmode.com/collections/pankti-podar/products/drape-tunic

Bridesmaids Outfits – Who says only Catholic weddings can have bridesmaids, anyway? Your sisters, nieces and cousins would love to join the fun, so dress them up in style while shopping for your trousseau! Pre-draped lehenga sarees are the best choice - youthful and trendy, as well as easy to manage during the celebration. 

  • Yes, we really love the lehenga saree collection by Kanak here at Peachmode!

http://peachmode.com/collections/kanak/products/off-white-purple-saree-lehenga-saree

 

  • Post-Wedding, Too! – Your trousseau should include everything you would need for the wedding, before and after. Keep a selection of stylish and sexy outfits for your monsoon honeymoon, as well as bright-colored tunics, tops, shirts and sarees for when you meet relatives and friends upon your return.

Wedding Trousseau

The earlier post gave you some advice on how to pick out a bridal outfit and basic pointers on choosing materials and styles for your trousseau. We’re actually going to discuss a few different options in a little more detail, since your wedding trousseau is once-in-a-lifetime, just like every other part of the big day!

  • Pre-Wedding Events – Sangeets, cocktails, family celebrations and other parties are all part and parcel of the wedding. You’ll be expected to look radiant and trendy at each of these, so follow the rule of easy-to-handle fabrics and minimal embellishment. Try a stylish drape tunic for an evening of cocktails or a lightweight saree for a family gathering.

Wedding Trousseau

The earlier post gave you some advice on how to pick out a bridal outfit and basic pointers on choosing materials and styles for your trousseau. We’re actually going to discuss a few different options in a little more detail, since your wedding trousseau is once-in-a-lifetime, just like every other part of the big day!

  • Pre-Wedding Events – Sangeets, cocktails, family celebrations and other parties are all part and parcel of the wedding. You’ll be expected to look radiant and trendy at each of these, so follow the rule of easy-to-handle fabrics and minimal embellishment. Try a stylish drape tunic for an evening of cocktails or a lightweight saree for a family gathering.

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