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Easy and breezy styles for the bride’s bestie

Fashion label Garo creates a few looks for the bridesmaid and actor Sauraseni Maitra slips into outfits



It’s 2018 and if your friend, or someone in the family, is getting married, reds and wines are no longer the staple. Take a cue from the bridesmaid lookbook we put together, with actress Sauraseni Maitra slipping into outfits by fashion label Garo. Designers Sweta Tantia and Priyangsu Maji say, 'With destination weddings becoming so popular, people want lighter but handcrafted ensembles that they can carry around. Functional is the key word.' Our model, actor Sauraseni Maitra, says, 'I would definitely want to look good, because that’s where all the hot men are! My personal style is minimal, so I loved these three looks.'

(Meanwhile, have a look at these bridal ensembles by Ritu Kumar and four designs for the bridegroom)

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Go traditional yet trendy in an easy-breezy lehnga for the mehndi. With hand-embroidery and orange sequin detailing, this is made with a mix of net and silk, and paired with a light net dupatta
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Go traditional yet trendy in an easy-breezy lehnga for the mehndi. With hand-embroidery and orange sequin detailing, this is made with a mix of net and silk, and paired with a light net dupatta
Photo: Pabitra Das
If you’re looking to make a splash while keeping it understated at the bachelorette, opt for a chic draped dress. “This outfit is made of handwoven zari and the embroidery is sparse, lending an ethnic touch to the modern silhouette,” the designers say. Add your fave heels, a cocktail ring and earrings
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If you’re looking to make a splash while keeping it understated at the bachelorette, opt for a chic draped dress. “This outfit is made of handwoven zari and the embroidery is sparse, lending an ethnic touch to the modern silhouette,” the designers say. Add your fave heels, a cocktail ring and earrings
Photo: Pabitra Das

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Colours: Pastels, midnight blue, off-white

Silhouettes: Functional and easy

Fabric: Lighter, softer, handwoven

This lime green lehenga with hand-embroidery and sequin detailing lends a soft look. “This lehnga is flowy and we have kept the embroidery minimal with the choli and the border of the skirt intricately designed,” say Garo designer duo, Sweta Tantia and Priyangsu Maji
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This lime green lehenga with hand-embroidery and sequin detailing lends a soft look. “This lehnga is flowy and we have kept the embroidery minimal with the choli and the border of the skirt intricately designed,” say Garo designer duo, Sweta Tantia and Priyangsu Maji
Photo: Pabitra Das

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