All The Colour Coordinated Outfit Inspiration You Need- Muhurtham Edition!

Ideas for Couple to Grab

Date: 12th-Feb-2019

Matches are made not only in heaven. Sometimes they are also made in a designer’s studio or a weaver’s workshop. The hot trend this season is to matchup the bride and groom’s ensembles. Here are a few ways to experiment with the colours and fabrics to match each other on your big day!

1. Matching monotone combinations

The best way to coordinate with your partner’s ensemble is to choose a particular colour that will suit both the bride and groom and then work on the accents and designs. This way, the copycat look can be effortlessly pulled off. The popular choice this season is the natural hue of silk. This colour works well for saree as well as the dhothi keeping the look timeless and classy.

Photography by Weva photography

Photography by Vipin  Photography

Photography by Weva photography 

Photography by Memory Lanes

2. Matching outfits with a distinctive feature

This is a convenient way of matching each other by choosing a common colour yet having a distinctive feature like a contrast blouse or complementing coloured head gear or dhuppatta. This gives a balanced tone with a subtle twist.

Photography by Ranganath Photography 

Photography by Weva photography 

Picture sourced from Pinterest

Photography by RVR PRO 

Photography by Harishankar photography 

Picture sourced from Pinterest

Photography by RVR PRO 

Picture sourced from Pinterest

Photography by The Photo Today 

Photography by Foto Freaks

3. Picking from the same colour palette

If you do not want to go overboard yet want to match each other, this is the perfect style for you. Pick a colour palette with complementing colours such as yellow, mustard and orange or blue, turquoise and green. Make sure that every piece of your ensemble is a different shade yet blending perfectly with rhythm.

Picture sourced from Pinterest 

Picture sourced from Pinterest 

Photography by Light bucket productions

4. Matching a contrast element of the partner’s outfit

The best way to achieve this look is by picking out a contrasting feature from the bride’s attire like the contrasting border or a bright veil and making it the primary colour of the groom’s outfit. This way each of them standout yet create a coordinated effect.

Photography by Foto Freaks 

Photography by Foto Freaks

Join the Conversation

Comments

No comments so far.
Leave a Comment
4 + 9
=
Tags

colour coordinated outfits,bride,groom,matching outfits,monotone,same colour palette,contrast,wedding









Shopzters 2019 © All rights Reserved.