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Planning and putting together your outfits could be much simple if you had just one main wedding ceremony but that's not how it works in a multi-cultured and diverse country like India, where we have one ceremony after the other before the final wedding day. And every ceremony celebrated with a however small or big budget is significant and memorable in itself.

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You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it. —Edith Head

Mehndi, Haldi, cocktail, Reception and the wedding itself are the main events, an Indian wedding celebration revolves around with family and friends following the rituals with great pomp and show.

What should you wear and when?

let's take it one by one. First and foremost, everything depends on the season and the time of the event. The overall color scheme of the wedding outfits depends on the seasons. lighter tones look better in summers while darker tones look great in winters.

Sometimes, even if the wedding is in winters but if it's a day wedding, light and pastel colors still look cool on a bright sunny day.

Mehndi and Haldi are fun ceremonies and all about pop colors where one can actually play with the color palette to pick up the funkiest stuff which you can carry around.

Clothes mean nothing until someone lives in them. —Marc Jacobs

Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak. —Rachel Zoe

Mehndi - Color for this year is definitely yellow, Mustard and lime green. Our Fashion designers also recommend mixing and matching of these colors with hot pink and peach. For day time ceremonies, pick up the lighter embroidered outfits.

Don't ignore the importance of jewelry. If the bride is wearing only "Chand bali" and "Mang Tika" then you can shop for heavy hand-embroidered "Choli". On the other hand, if you are going for a heavy choker, then pair it with a simple choli or top with a lot of embroidery on the lehnga and not so much on the dupatta. 

For the hot summers, you can go for georgettes and nets and for the extreme cold of the winters you can wear outfits made in Silk, Brocade or Dupion.

Georgette is a fabric that can be worn in winters as well but during the day event. However, for a night event in winters only silks in deep and bright colors look appealing.

"In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different." —Coco Chanel