INDIAN ENGAGEMENT OUTFIT FOR WOMEN
Engagement is when you will be meeting the extended family of you would be life partner for the first time and you sure want to look drop dead gorgeous.
If you are still undecided about ‘what to wear’ then fret not as we are here to solve your style dilemma bringing you a range of options, you can choose from. Lehengas are the most preferred engagement dresses for women in India but it is not your only option. There are plenty of contemporary trendy silhouettes which are ideal for smaller functions like the roka as you can always opt for traditional and classic options like lehenga or sari for the wedding. Here we bring to you a list of latest engagement dresses which are in line with the latest global fashion trends and will help you stand out in a good way on your special day.
Princess western ball gowns
Western ball gowns are dreamy and give a princess vibe suiting the engagement ceremony perfectly. Most preferred engagement outfit these days are gowns and they come in multiple cuts with varying flares to give a straight out of fairy tale chic look.
Floor length anarkalis
Another fabulous pick for engagements is the anarkali dress but make sure to choose floor sweeping ones which give a more bridal feel. The popular anarkali suit comes in very stylish cuts and designs these days making it the best option to go for. You can choose a thread work anarkali with stone encrusted bust, an asymmetrical hemline anarkali suit or go for a long anarkali gown featuring a high front slit to show off contrast pants.
Lehengas – The all-time favorite roka outfit
A classic lehenga choli is an ideal choice for a traditional engagement ceremony. You can never go with a lehenga but it is a very safe choice. if you are going to be wearing a lehenga for your wedding and reception it makes a lot of sense to opt for something other than a lehenga for your roka.
Half Saree – Traditional classic
If you are a south indian bride, then langa davani or half saris make for gorgeous engagement outfits. Half saris are worn by younger girls in south India and are perfectly suited for young brides. Select half saris in vibrant shades and add some fun elements with tassels and you have an elegant yet girl engagement looks ready.
Cape saree – Tradition with a twist
If sari is what your elders insist you wear for the roka ceremony, then why not add a designer contemporary touch to it? Modernize your sari look by adding a cape over it and it is sure to make you the star of the evening. Opt for sheer capes with sparse sequin work for subtle glam.