As we have already covered outfit posts for the main occasions of weddings, Mehendi and Sangeet, I thought I would do a lookbook which you can easily put together for the pooja that happens as part of the wedding rituals. Many a times we often end up wearing either a kurti with legging or a chudidar when we have to attend that pooja/vratham at the bride’s/groom’s house. But you can easily stand out by pulling out a traditional look by just putting together some staples from your wardrobe 🙂

I have paired a maxi dress with a contrast Kalamkari silk dupatta (I know I love Kalalmkari tad bit more 😀 ) and added oxidized jewelry to go with the entire look. Added hints of black to the look through the clutch and the footwear and there you go, a different look than your usual anarkali chudidar.  Now, maxi dresses are really comfortable and when you pair it with a dupatta which is a statement piece in itself, it gives you that floor length anarkali look but this one is more affordable and most importantly a look that you styled 🙂

As usual, here are some pointers which might help you pick your look for the upcoming pooja that you are attending:

  1. Stick to a single color tone for the maxi dress and opt for a contrast dupatta to give it a colorful approach.

  2. Incase you would want a little more grandeur to your look, opt for a ikkat silk dupatta or a kanchivaram dupatta and wear a solid color maxi dress.
  3. Jhumkas are your best bet for these kind of looks and they would never ditch you! Trust me !!

 

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P.C: Phanindranath Goteti

Maxi dress: Myntra
Dupatta, Earrings, Bangles: Shilparamam
Neckpiece: Bangkok
Footwear: Unlimited
Clutch: Gifted

Hope this gave you some idea to put across your look for the upcoming weddings 🙂 Will see you with the final post of what to wear for the D day very soon! Till then stay tuned to this space :* :*

You can also check out the other two outfit posts for Mehendi and Sangeet which are part of this series HERE & HERE