Being the groom’s sister comes with its own set of responsibilities. Being the groom’s sister is not as easy as it looks! You have a million things on your to-do list and yet another million tasks to accomplish. You have to make sure that your brother remains stress-free and looks his best at the wedding. Additionally, you also have to ensure that your new sister-in-law is adjusting well to a new family. All of this is a lot to keep on your plate. As if these responsibilities were not enough, you have to look your absolute best! It is easy to let go of yourself in the stress of the events and leave your outfit for the last second. But we know you girls! So, to make your life easier, we have compiled a list of the best royal sister dresses for your brother’s wedding. For outfit inspiration as the groom or bride’s brother, check out our article on some amazing brothers of the bride outfits.
Not only have we covered each potential event and their respective outfits, but we also have colour schemes for you. So, in the midst of coordinating with the decorators and caterers, take five minutes and look through our selections! See what suits you best and place your orders for it as soon as possible. There is nothing that will stop you from getting your royal sister’s dresses for your brother’s wedding.
Check Out Some Of The Best Royal Sister Dresses For Your Brother’s Wedding
Sharara Set For The Mehendi
What should you wear when you know you have to look royal with very little effort? A sharara or gharara suit. These Mughal outfits have a multitude of variations now. This is why we believe that no wedding is complete without at least one of these. This is also the perfect outfit for the groom’s sister. Not only is it a timeless outfit, but it is also elegant and royal looking. In our opinion, it is the perfect outfit for the mehndi or Haldi ceremony. We suggest you opt for a sharara in a pastel shade with mirror work on it. This will create a subtle yet royal look. Keep these in light and flowy fabrics. For the night, select heavier fabrics, darker colours and heavier embroidery or gota work. You can also create an indo-western look with a sharara set. Just swap your kurta with a crop top. Very Poo from Bole Chudiyan. Finally, accessorize with bangles and a maang tika, finishing with a pair of comfortable juttis.
Printed Royal Sister Dresses For Your Brother’s Wedding
Prints are always a fun and breezy way to get festive without feeling heavy. This is why prints are all the rage this season. They look fresh and youthful without effort. Printed outfits are perfect for a pre-wedding Puja or the Mehendi ceremony. They also look great as reception outfits for the goom’s sister. You can select from a plethora of options ranging from florals and geometrics to abstract prints. Additionally, it is easy to find signature prints of designers and make a statement out of them. For instance, Sabyasachi’s multi-coloured print is making the rounds everywhere right now. You can also add up lace, sequins and embroidery to make the outfit heavier. Prints look great in all kinds of outfits. You can wear them in suits, sarees, lehengas and gowns. We suggest you keep your makeup light and jewellery minimal when wearing a printed outfit for your brother’s wedding.
A Timeless Lehenga
Lehengas and Indian weddings are synonymous with each other in the present culture. The two just cannot be separated. So it makes sense an option for royal sister dresses for your brother’s wedding includes at least one lehenga. Hence, you as the groom’s sister just cannot miss out on this classic. Remember, if you accessorize right, you will shine like a Bollywood diva. This means no over-accessorizing. That’s out of trend now. People are leaning towards minimalism now. This means you can opt for a timeless look with understated jewellery. You can even wear understated colours like cream and beige with thread work or mirror work on them. With these outfits, all you need is a pair of dangling earrings and some bracelets. That’s all! You can also wear a watch on one hand for a more formal indo-western look.
Styl Tip: Wearing your longest heels can be tempting at weddings. But remember that you will be running around a lot and heels are not conducive to that. So ideally opt for flats. However, if you simply cannot go without heels, go for small block heels or wedges for optimum comfort.
What do you do when your heart wants to wear a sare to your brother’s wedding but the hassle does not seem worth it? You just buy one that’s pre-draped! Or get one stitched as a pre-draped saree. This fastens up the pace of your getting ready immensely. What might take you fifteen minutes (or an hour) now will only require two minutes. Drape sarees are the new trendy outfit for all the girls. They are easy, look youthful and have many designs to choose from. The best part? You can wear one to literally any function! For the Mehendi ceremony, opt for pastels and florals. But for the wedding go with richer colours and heavier work. You can choose to wear the draped saree with a belt at the waist or forego it. The choice is up to you.
Best Royal Anarkali Suit Sister Dresses For Brother’s Wedding
An Anarkali suit is another classic piece that is perfect for various events. This outfit for the groom’s sister is ideal for the Mehendi, Haldi or puja. Additionally, it also suits all body types, making everyone look phenomenal. They can also be easily dressed up or down depending on the function. For the classic sister-of-the-groom look, opt for chandbalis and a maang tika. For a more modern look, you can wear a printed suit with a ruffled dupatta. Finish this look with minimal jewellery and dew makeup. Like any other outfit, select flowy fabrics and pastels for day events. However, for events happening at night opt for jewel tones, bolder colours and heavier fabrics. Accessorize to dress it up or down and finish with your favourite pair of juttis.
And that’s it! We hope that this article helped you get some inspiration for the best royal sister dresses for your brother’s wedding. For any assistance regarding wedding or personal styling, contact us at Styl-Inc and our team of expert stylists will get in touch with you.
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