Band, Baaja, Bridesmaid. This one is all about those bridesmaid’s attires which you adorn. We all have experienced the elation and the the load of a bridesmaid’s duty. If not more, we feel equally vital to our very own bride and her wedding mania. With the buck load of responsibilities comes the pressure of sporting that ideal ensemble.

One finds it extremely difficult to reach that balance where we would want to stand out from the crowd but also not much that we conceal and take away the bride’s thunder. After all, it’s her day and you’re by her side.

The Grey Halfway aka Monalisha Mahapatra shows us how to do it well and how through that trick of mixing and matching with the ideal combination of reds and blues. She calls it Marsala.

BridesMaid's Affair

“I have been doing a lot of creative boards for bridesmaids as I am also preparing for one of my best friends wedding, and i am pretty excited for that. So you know how it’s a major thing these days for the bridesmaids to stand out with different elements in the outfits or accessories? Just have a look at the dupatta I have thrown over.
I have an ideal place for you to decide and pick its called Once Upon a Trunk and I have curated my full post picking different designers that they have on board.
Marsala and Navy is one of the hottest trends right now apart from rose quartz, metallics & patches and it’s definitely here to stay, like the moon cool, calm and always there. Marsala has been one of the most powerful Pantone colours last season (2015) and seems to make ways directly to my not so sorted wardrobe because I am shamelessly in love with the compact aura of these two complimentary colours. The deep wine colour is such a change from the traditional red yet in the same family which fits perfectly for the weddings. Hope you enjoyed the visual posts as much as we did while framing them”.

On model : Kurta Set by Free Living Earrings by Silver Sky Clutch by Kunst and kolhapuris by Boriya Basta

BridesMaid's Affair

BridesMaid's Affair

BridesMaid's Affair

BridesMaid's Affair

Credits: Modeling, Editing & Styling by Monalisha Mahapatra Photography by Peyush Baranwal & Content by Japnit Chadha


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