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Mind-Blowing tips to avoid getting overdressed on your wedding.

Indian wedding always brings you a variety of tradition and celebrations, while some may say, “She’s the bride, she can wear whatever wedding dress or otherwise a red bridal dress however she wants,” (and technically they are right), it is possible for a bride to be overdressed (or underdressed for that matter) for her own wedding. Oh! worry not sit back and relax as Daisy Fashion brings you some mind-blowing tips you can follow and slay the gorgeous exceptional look you desire for your wedding. 

Define Your Style

Begin by understanding your personal style, the look you want to have on you D-Day. Determine whether you prefer traditional, modern, or fusion styles. Research different styles, designs, and trends that resonate with your taste. Ensure a glamorous yet comfy dress as heavy outfits can be taxing to carry for long hours. Opt for lighter fabrics or innovative designs that reduce the weight of the attire without compromising on the elegance. This clarity will help you make informed decisions about your attire and accessories.

Opt for Versatility

Marriage brings you a plethora of things you want to invest in but it is a responsibility as well to invest wisely. Choose and invest in outfits that can be repurposed for other occasions. For instance, a wedding saree or lehenga with detachable elements can be restyled for future events, making it more versatile and economical.

Minimalistic Jewellery

Instead of adorning yourself with heavy and elaborate jewellery, opt for statement pieces from head to toe, that accentuate your outfit without overwhelming it. Focus on quality pieces that are comfortable to wear for extended periods. Wear gold only if your wedding dress has the same shade or a proper contrast goes with it. Otherwise, go with the pearls or coloured stones matching with your outfit. Focus on statement jewellery that highlights your attire without overpowering it and yet giving you an elegant look.

Comfortable Footwear

 Choose footwear that compliments your outfit and is comfortable to wear throughout the day. Wedges or block heels can be a great choice for Indian bridal wear, providing elegance without compromising on comfort. Choose wisely on your footwear according to your height and comfort.

Streamline Hair & Makeup

 While it’s essential to look stunning, heavy makeup and elaborate hairstyles might not be sustainable throughout the day. Opt for a hairstyle that allows you to move freely and consider makeup that enhances your natural beauty without excessive layers. The best way you can strike a balance between simplicity and grandeur is to either highlight the eyes or the lips, not both. If you want smokey eyes, then do the lipstick and cheeks in subtle shades. Coral shades are one of the best options as they go well with the Indian skin tone. On the other hand, you can opt for hot red, pink or orange, if you prefer a natural makeup for your eyes. At the end, do not forget to add accessories to your hairdo to make it stand out.

Personalize the Attire

 Incorporate your personal touch into the outfit. Customizing elements like embroidery, colors, or accessories can make your attire unique like you without the need for excessive layers or heavy adornments. If you choose to wear a dupatta or shawl, consider lighter fabrics or shorter lengths that are easier to manage. Experiment with innovative draping styles that are visually appealing yet practical.

Trial Runs

You as a bride would make sure that there is no minor error in the outfit and your entire look before the big day don’t you!!!! So definitely do trial runs of your complete ensemble. This allows you to assess the comfort level, identify potential discomforts, and make necessary adjustments beforehand. Daisy Fashion is always there for our bride to have a trial-and-error check before selecting and designing the outfit.

Consider the Climate

One would never want all her makeup and all her outfit getting sweaty and ruined, so always consider the climate you are getting married and choose your outfit wisely. If your wedding is during warmer months, choose fabrics that are breathable and lightweight to avoid feeling too hot or uncomfortable. Winter options like velvet and silk and heavy adorning lehenga will help you feel warm and cozy.

Embrace Simplified Traditions 

Embrace the idea of minimalism by focusing on the essence of traditions rather than getting weighed down by excessive rituals or attire. If you choose to wear a dupatta or shawl, consider lighter fabrics or shorter lengths that are easier to manage. Experiment with innovative draping styles that are visually appealing yet practical.


Remember, your wedding day is about celebrating love and joy. Being comfortable and feeling like yourself is as important as looking beautiful. Prioritize your comfort and individual style while selecting your wedding attire and accessories. Don’t feel pressured to conform to excessive dressing standards if they don’t align with your preferences or comfort.


Dress happily and wisely

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