This day will never return, and yes, you will never get an undo chance to change what you wore on the precious day of your best friend’s wedding. There are higher chances that you might make the wrong choice, but with expert advice, you will surely take the right pick for you. With all those sarees, traditional suits and anarkalis peeking out of the wardrobe, demanding to be worn again for a millionth time, it’s time you get over that craze and follow what’s trendy and hot this wedding season. Wanna know more? Read on!


To keep the Indian tradition alive, opt for a heavy or a statement saree for your wedding day look. You can choose from numerous options when it comes to colour and material, and you can always try fusion colours for a fresh look. You can experiment with different drape styles and even go for a crop top or drape the saree in a dhoti style for a unique look.


What can be better than an ethnic and mesmerising lehenga for your darling’s wedding day? It is one of the most famous Indian dresses in Sydney which makes it the perfect choice for this special occasion. Opt for bright shades like pink, blue or yellow or even better blend in different shades for the most glamorous lehenga.

Indo western looks

Now don’t be sceptical when it comes to experimenting with your looks because with experiments come either epic failures or immense success. Since we are in the mood for success, let take the dress game up a notch with something which you will pull off easily while looking the stunner of the night. Different combinations like dhoti with top, cape with dhoti, gown with cape and lehenga style saree could make you turn the heads everywhere you go.


To increase the style level, and be the fashionista of the event, a gown is what you should to wear for the big day. It’s classy, simple, easy to carry, loved by all and a right timeless dress with which you can never go wrong. You can go for an Indian or a western look while choosing your gown so have fun while you try on many varieties and decide what appeals to the heart.

Heavy kurta with a skirt

Kurtis is another most loved and popular pieces of indian suits which, with a bit of mix and match, could turn out to be the ultimate dress for your best friend or sister’s wedding. We are talking about a heavily patched or embroidered kurti here with slits on the sides or in the front to be paired along long skirts, ethnic skirts! You can choose a dense material for the kurti while keeping it light for the skirt. This combination is very trendy these days and is a must try this wedding season.


For an ethnic Indian look, you can never go wrong with a Sharara. While numerous people don’t prefer this style because they feel it to be quite cumbersome to carry, you could change the game by pulling it off gracefully with or without a dupatta. Keep the kurti short with delicate embroidery and keep the sharara flowy from mid-thigh for the prettiest look.

With these great options, we have decked you up with not just the wedding day dress, but also there are numerous dresses which you can pull off at other essential functions such as sangeet and mehendi. If you are still confused about which elements to keep in focus, then cape, dhoti or sharara should be the highlights, depending on your picks.