The Mehendi ceremony during Indian weddings is full of dance, music, delicious food, and the mesmerizing smell of the Mehendi (heena) lingering in the air. It feels amazing when you see how the Mehendi designer carves an intricate and delicate design on your hands and legs that mark the beginning of your marriage ceremony. A function that lasts for 4-5 hours, it is a perfect family reunion and warming up session for the big day. However, it is for the bride that the ceremony holds utmost importance. Hence, make sure that you are dressed in the most comfortable attire, as most times the designer would ask you to keep the Mehendi on the hand overnight to get the best color out of it.
For such brides, we have come up with the most trendy and comfortable attires that you can try on your Mehendi function. Let us take a look at top six trending Mehendi Outfits for 2015.
1 Short Length Lehenga:
A contemporary design, short length Mehendi Lehenga not only looks traditional but also is extremely comfortable. Since the bride applied Mehendi both on the hands as well as legs, it is important to wear a blouse that is either sleeveless or has half sleeves, and pair it up with knee length Lehengas.
2 Say yes to Bright Colours:
Add charm and vibrance to the ceremony by adorning bright and fresh coloured attires. The trend these days is to include multiple colours. Pastel colours are trendy, so try a combination of your favourite shades. However, it is important to make note that since it’s the Mehendi ceremony make sure that you do not mess up your dress when you are busy dancing and singing with your family and friends.
3 Short length traditional attires:
Gone are the days when brides used to prefer flowing heavy-work Lehengas. Try stitching a shorter and less Flowy Lehenga. Most important thing to note is that you have to ensure you are comfortable and feel lighter when you wear the dress. In fact, these days most brides choose such traditional attires that they can wear them after the wedding too.
4 Casual shorts:
Well, if you want to be the most comfortable, and create a fashion statement, then wear denim shorts with short length Kurtis and a chic and fashionable traditional jacket. Add more ethnic charm to the entire look my propping your costume with exotic, traditional jewellery. Not only will this attire keep you comfortable, but also will ensure you look chic and absolutely traditional.
5 Slit skirt:
Show off your slim, toned legs by wearing a body hugging slit skirt. Make sure the skirt looks traditional by designing it with Zari or mirror work embellishments. A contemporary design that is topped up with the best traditional embellishments will make the crowd go all praises about you.
6 Traditional straight fit pants:
Grab hold of bright coloured Chikankari pants and ask your tailor to customize them to look perfect for the traditional occasion. You can pair up these pants with short length Kurtas or tunics.