party wear

Want to have a quick look over party wear silhouettes that elevate your shape like poetry in motion? Are you a bride, bridesmaid, or excited wedding invitee looking for an unmatched wedding reception dress? From the mermaid look and A-line cuts to mini dresses, high-slit and halter-neck gowns, embellished maxi dresses and asymmetric dresses, there’s a whole host of choices you’ll encounter while searching for in-vogue designer party wear.

Speaking of weddings, whether you’re one half of the marrying couple at the centre of attention, a significant family member, a gal pal that’s known the bride forever, or just a friendly neighbour who’s super enthusiastic about what’s for dinner, everyone wants to have that one great photograph in their intricately detailed outfit, right? And it’s a must too! 

Here’s a fashion low-down to help you choose what to bring home to pamper yourself and look like a dream.

1. Ditch the Ordinary. Be Extra Charming and Extraordinary

To all the brides out there – you don’t always have to go for the classic look. You can choose to be dramatic and bold with novel sculpted lines, layered lehengas, lehengas shaped by overlays, and pre-stitched sarees that look like gowns which are made even more gorgeous with jackets. The many designer styles in today’s market assure you a reception dress that stands out in the crowd of bridal wear.

2. Fabrics for Reception Dresses

From zardozi, mukaish and sequin-embroidered velvet and silk sets to lustrous zari woven organza, tulle, and chanderi lehengas, there are so many types of bright, shimmering looks you can adopt on an occasion like wedding receptions when no one escapes the eye.

Make your function even more special with a scalloped lehenga in raw silk base; a feathery gown; a gown saree with waist cutout detail; a lehenga in tissue Banarasi with a cutwork dupatta; or a lighter ensemble decorated with colourful applique, chikankari, aari and mirror work. After all, a creative twist to the usual red lehenga will transform you into a glamorous, camera-ready diva.

3. The Party is ON!

When you want to wrap up the week’s hectic schedule, a party is the best antidote. And how best to make an appearance than with the latest in designer party wear dresses.

Step into the lights with a gorgeous OOTD. Flowy chiffon and crepe ball gowns, pleated dresses with ruffled details, A-line dresses cinched at the waist with a chunky belt, puffy-sleeved dresses with lace details, off-shoulder draped dresses, embellished jumpsuits, super chic backless dress in crepe silk, halter neck satin dresses infused with a shower of sequins, metallic twisted dresses in satin lycra base, crinkled chiffon silhouettes embellished with little mirrors, dresses that sport layered, mini or gathered skirts and embroidered capes, maxi dresses with slits, cocktail gowns sculpted with looped fringes, bodycon cutout dresses – the choice, friends, is endless.

Make Way for Designer Couture

Discover sophisticated and flawless ensembles on exclusive platforms like Ajio-Luxe, Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop, Tata CliQ Luxury and Nykaa Fashion. The fabrics and the finesse of designer party dresses and wedding wear are incomparable. For example, unique finds from Deme by Gabriella, Saaksha and Kinni, Amit Aggarwal, Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna, Shubhika, Surbhi Shah, Mrunalini Rao, Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan, Natasha Dalal, Studio Iris, Payal Singhal, Dolly J, Gaurav Gupta, and other names.

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