The wedding season is here, and many of you must be getting ready for your big day, the day when every girl in the world feels like a princess. We start planning for this day from our very childhood. From jewellery to our lehnga, we plan everything with perfection. But we usually ignore the importance of inner wear, which builds the foundation of everything that you wear. Let us help you decide which lingerie goes best with each important event of your wedding.

Haldi Ceremony:

The first event of Indian wedding is Haldi ceremony. Here the married women of both the bride and the groom’s sides of the family take turns rubbing a mixture of turmeric, oil, and water into the skin and clothes of the bride and groom. As the description makes it clear, this event ends up in stains on your cloths, hence, you should prefer wearing yellow salwar suit, lehnga or saree.
  • Comfortable: You are the centre of attention during each event of your wedding, make sure your lingerie is comfortable enough to not give you any embarrassing moments. Preferably the cotton fabric or micro fibre lingerie would be a good fit for this ceremony.
    Try avoiding underwires as they may get a bit uncomfortable. If you wish to have a fuller bust and deeper cleavage, you can rather go for a padded bra.
  • Quick Drying: Your lingerie should also be quick drying, as haldi doesn’t involve only the turmeric paste, it usually ends up in an unwanted water play.
  • Colour: Make sure that your inner wears are as close to the colour of dress that you are wearing.
The gorgeous Divyanka Tripathi wore a yellow lehnga for her haldi. (picture source: filmywave instagram account.)
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  • No Shapewear: Now you may get a bit greedy and run after shapewear for each event, but for haldi, we would not recommend you to wear a shapewear. Reason? As mentioned earlier, haldi ceremony may get messy and the most fun event as the wedding mood hits you and your family. A shapewear, even though it gives that sleek, flawless look, it may get itchy and irritating when it gets wet. So if you are planning to enjoy your haldi to the fullest, avoid wearing a shapewear. You have got many upcoming events to wear it.

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