Dresses Every Newlywed Should Have In Their Wardrobe

Your wedding was the dream affair you always wanted and the memories of this beautiful day will last for a lifetime.

The whirlwind shopping spree that ended with you buying the gorgeous lehenga with all the glitzy embellishments is now giving way to a new reality. Your wardrobe needs a variety of dresses and outfits that you can wear on different occasions.

As newlyweds, you and your partner will now be spending a good deal of time socialising, celebrating, and attending get-togethers with family and friends. Also, this is your honeymoon period. So do not forget to factor in the need for some glamorous outfits for special date nights.


Here are some of our top picks every newly-wed bride should have in her wardrobe.

Beyond the wedding lehenga

Your wedding lehenga was the talk of the town. That stunning, intricately embroidered piece by Anita Dongre shone the spotlight on you. This, however, is not the end of your lehenga needs.

A number of family functions and rituals post-wedding call for ethnic wear, and a light-as-air, printed, and embellished lehenga is still a good idea. Shop for the latest designer lehengas which can double up as Indo-western fusion wear. A fitted choli or bralette with a stole or jacket makes for the perfect wardrobe piece for a newlywed bride.

Ethnic Highlights

A sharara set is an indispensable part of a woman’s wardrobe. It is a versatile outfit that works its charm on a number of occasions. A sharara set in a bold colour like red, pink, or green with traditional bandhani prints or ajrakh work and light gota patti embroidery, zardozi, and sequin work is what will make you stand out in a crowd. Your natural grace and bridal beauty shine through in this wonderful attire. 

The Classic Kurta Suit

The ubiquitous kurta set can be one of the most versatile additions to your wardrobe as a newlywed. It can be worn to pre-festive celebrations, casual occasions, get-togethers, and any social event that calls for effortlessly classy yet ethnic outfits. The soothing sage colour, stylish cut, and contemporary co-ord design make this both comfortable and elegant.

Date Night Special

Keep the romance burning bright with long date nights and special evenings enjoying the company of your spouse. Look elegant and sophisticated without adding on a ton of bling. This hand-painted black dress is a wardrobe staple that will be just the right outfit to take your partner’s breath away. The traditional Pichhwai art, the pearl, sequin, and gota patti embroidery bring out the beauty of this black silk dress.

Reimagining Skirts

Following your wedding, you will be called upon to attend a number of social events and even host a few parties. Do not forget to wear your personality, and your attitude and be your best self.

Here is a kurta skirt set with a halter neck that is perfect for semi-formal and casual occasions. The georgette fabric is just right for you to breeze through the evening.

Quite like the bridal lehenga for women and wedding sherwani for men, it is important to add a variety of designer ensembles to your wardrobe as a newlywed bride. This will help in your sartorial picks and complement your overall look beautifully.