Unlike the wedding itself, engagement is the time to make a statement and try trendy yet elegant outfit. You can choose something that suits your personality.
We have already written about engagement dresses and gowns, so do check those out here:
The latest trends in gowns this year are sheer, sleeved, off-shoulder and long trains. You can try a flared ball gown with a sheer top/back and embroidery. You can also go for a sheath gown with a train, or mermaid style. Find more trends here: 20 Designer Dresses & Long Gown Designs Straight from Dreamland!
Black and red never go wrong when you want to make a statement:
And since blue is my favorite color, I am choosing a few of these:AGT by Amit GT Cobalt Blue Draped One Shoulder Gown
You can try Indo-western outfits too, like saree-gowns or Indo-western anarkali gowns.
This season, we’ve seen alot of interesting and really glam gowns and dresses on the runways which are fit for engagement parties. Here are some of my favorites:
Also check out my engagement outfit and hairstyle here:
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