Hello Ladies! And welcome back to my blog. I am pretty sure you guys are doing well and are having a great sunday. Today I am uploading the last post of the Rajkumari Spring and Summer Collection series and hope you guys have gone through my previous posts! Brides come with a variety of requirements, some would want want their wedding outfits to be royal or some would want it to be subtle. So, Designer Richa Haware takes personal attention in designing the outfit be it depending on the bride's fittings, choice of embroidery, fabrics, colour prefernces and price range.
Today's post is all about the Sangeet look! You all must be wondering this outfit looks just like another wedding outfit and what's so special in that? Okay so let me tell you what brides actually make a mistake while selecting their sangeet attire. Wanna know more? Keep reading...
Photography: Krishna Pillai
I am now going to mention some tips and tricks you can go for while getting your sangeet look ready!
Keep your hair tucked up! It's very obvious that you will be dancing a lot on your sangeet day with all that grooving and moving. You don't want your hair to get messy or distrub you while you are enjoying the event. It's better that you tie up your hair into a bun or any kind of hairstyle that will let you feel free while dancing. You can make your hair-do look pretty by adding up some hair accessories. Here for my look we added a necklace on the borders of my high tucked bun and secured it with pins.
How would you feel that while dancing on your favourite number all your jewellery is messing up and not making you feel comfortable or your huge sets of bangles getting stuck in your dress? Angry right? Then go for minimal accessories like small jhumkas (so that they don't fall while dancing and make sure they are not heavy) or just a set of statement bangles (kadas). Also avoid mang tikkas as they might fall off too.
The perfect blouse! It's a must. Sometimes brides tend to go for a very fancy blouse and end up feeling messy on their sangeet. Let's stick to the basic such as a high neck blouse which will cover up the need to wear jewellery and feel secured. Also if you want you can the ditch the duppatta!
Now coming to the lehenga keep it light and breezy. If you guys can make out from the pictures how light my lehenga is and how easily it twirls. Make sure that your lehenga is not extremely heavy. Heavier the lehenga, greater the responsibilty. A light lehenga will be comfortable and will not be a barrier between you and your enjoyment.
Makeup and hair by: Rashi Agarwal
Here comes the end of the #RAJKUMARIWEEK
It was a pleasure working with Richa Haware and team so that we could present a beautiful content for our Mumbai Brides.
Also thankyou Krishna Pillai and Rashi Agarwal for making me look prettier than ever.
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