Stylish Ways to Co-ordinate your Sherwani with your Bride’s Lehenga

Getting married in the coming months? Here’s a guide to help you coordinate sherwanis and lehengas the right way:

Contrast to Co-ordinate

One great fashion rule you can apply at your own wedding is contrasting colors. Instead of trying to match each other by wearing similar colors, wear the opposite of what your would-be spouse is planning to wear to make a contrast that is captivating. Choose bright colors that while opposites manage to blend together. For example, green lehengas go perfectly well with purple sherwanis. You can always try out different combination before settling for one that you love.

Don’t overwhelm your Look with Colors

While contrasting your wedding outfits is great, one must realize the proportion to co-ordinate the outfit. If you are wearing a sherwani that is golden with hints of maroon, your bride should choose a lehenga that is maroon with hints of gold. Avoid overwhelming you look with more than a dash of additional colors. Looking like a rainbow is not the motive of coordinating colors.

Add-ons that Complement the Other’s Dress Color

If you’d rather flaunt different colors that blend well together, you can always go for accessories that match the outfit color of your significant other. For example, if your bride plans to wear a lehenga in a lovely shade of purple, you can sport a safa or a dupatta with your sherwani of the same color. Similarly, your bride can carry on an additional chunni or wear accessories that match the color of your sherwani.

Wear Differing Shades of the Same Color

If you have a great sense of fashion, you can try out this method of wearing different shades of the same color. A darker shade of green complimenting a lighter green shade can be one example that you could consider for you own wedding. If you fiancé leans more towards a pink, you can try a subtle pastel pink sherwani while your bride wows the crowd in a lovely rose pink saree or lehenga.

No matter what your color preference, with these rules applied, you can wear something in shades that you prefer rather than wearing something just for the sake of matching. Just like your personalities, your sherwanis and lehengas being different are still bound to complement each other just right!

Vikas Chaudhary

Vikas Chaudhary

Vikas Chaudhary is a Fashion Blogger with 14+ years of experience in the Indian Clothing industry. He has high level of expertise in Indian traditional outfits.