Traditional Outfit Inspo For All Nayi Naveli Dulhans For Celebrating The Festival Of Lohri
Well, if you thought that the shaadi madness ends right after you get married to the love of your life then no, there are a lot of fun experiences that are coming your way. To all the newlywed brides, the ride has just begun!
There are a plethora of festival coming up right after the big day and we have a lot of festivals lined up in this new year which are celebrated on a grand scale for all the new brides. And TBH, these festivals will make you even more special than you felt on your bid day.
The first few festivals that might have popped in your head are Karvachauth, Diwali, Holi etc. but there is one more addition to the list which is going to come soon, and that is Lohri.
For those who are not aware, Lohri is celebrated on the 13th of January so that you can mark the date for yourself. If you haven't celebrated Lohri before, it is a Punjabi folk celebration which is celebrated to mark the end of the winter season.
Various religions across the Hindu cultures celebrate the auspicious festival including Sikhs, Punjabi Hindus and Punjabi Muslims. The festival has gained its own importance in the following years and it is celebrated on a pretty large scale by all the families.
If you are a Punjabi bride or already married into a Punjabi family for quite long then this article might come as some inspiration for you to decide what to wear at the festival. Get ready to have some fun at the bonfire with some yum snacks like popcorn while you dance to your favourite Punjabi folk songs.
If you are a newlywed bride, then the first thing you need to keep in mind is the festive outfit that would help you set the stage on fire. Since the festival is that of deep Punjabi culture, you have the day to dress up like the perfect Punjabi kudi and moreover, it's your first Lohri as a bride.
Coming to that, it is never too late to start thinking about what you would love to wear. To help you get you some fashion inspiration, we have gathered a list of suit designs that consist of Indo-fusion outfits, dhoti pants for the more fashion-forward brides and Patiala salwars that will make you the star of the show. The designs have been specially handpicked for you so keep scrolling to see what's in store for you!
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