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Miss Guiltybytes Shows You 22 Shaadi-Festive Ready Outfits From Her Own Wardrobe


We just love it when the Wedding season is about to arrive! It means shopping, trying out new trends, looking gorgeous in new attires and making those heads turn! From gorgeous Anarkalis, to Cape dresses , Shararas and of course Lehengas , the latest wedding season is all about looking traditional, stunning and classy! Miss Guiltybytes have been giving some real fashion inspirations and therefore Team Guiltybytes have curated some of her styles for you all to try and take inspirations from!


#1 All black might be a no no for the bride, but there are no rules for the friends of the brides. If you have a gorgeous Anarkali suit like this one i had from BIBA wear it, flaunt it like a Boss!

#3 If you have something in black like a black suit and don't wanna miff the aunties then try pairing the suit with a gorgeous dupatta just like the one i wore with my black suit! Clever isn't it?

#4 Florals look girly and chic! This is one of my favourite suits from Label KEYUS and I love flaunting it! They have an awesome collection and is a must see!


#1 How about some pastel perfection in this ethereal Salmon pink, hand embroidered Sharara from designer Jyoti Gill's couture . It is everything you need to glam up this wedding season.

#2 How about a short skirt made out of am old Lehenga paired with a sequined top and leheriya dupatta, bright and colourful!

#3 How about pairing a crop top with a flared skirt and giving it a modern twist with sneakers. You can add neck accessories to make to edgy and quirky. This skirt is from W- For Woman and Crop T-shirt is from Forever 21.

#4 Pair a silk skirt with a statement dupatta and sequinned blouse to be Mehendi ready this season! Be sure to accessorise with a beautiful potli bag to complete the look. I curated this outfit by using a dupatta from my old lehenga,teaming it up with a shimmer blouse and a silk skirt(all bought separately)! So go raid your wardrobe and you will be surprised what all you can create!

#5 Those wishing to get experimental with more striking wedding guest dresses can go in for this Kaftan style kurta that has been paired up with short silk pants. Mehendi is also all about greens, yellows and all pastels. This Gota Patti Kota doria Kurta with Batiq print was self styled and people just loved the sunny shades!


#1 Capes are in trend! So Pairing a simple gown with a cape that has been made from a heavy dupatta from my sister's engagement lehenga. Re-use and yet look stunning without much efforts!

#2 Pair a dark gown or dress with a Banarasi dupatta and a statement neckpiece to get an ideal outfit for cocktails. Don't let that traditional girl be too far away from you! This gorgeous dupatta is from designer Asha Gautam and it added the needed touch of elegance required ion my dress to make it stand out.

#3 Dhoti style pants/skirts look super classy and chic. Pair them with a jacket or a corset and be cocktail ready in a jiffy! This outfit is again from designer and friend Akriti Walia,I just fell in love with it the moment i saw it! It was flattering on my curves and made a wonderful cocktail outfit!

#4 What's hotter than a sexy black gown, that fits you at the right curves and makes everyone go Wow!!! I just loved this sexy gown that made me look like a million bucks on my best friend's cocktails! This gown was from designer duo Dheeru & Nitika.

#5 If being too covered isn't your thing, try out a sexy noodle strap dress that's flirty, sexy and suited for the occasion too! Who knows you might just score a date or two! This sexy dress is from ace designer Ritu Kumar.

#6 Who say you can only wear gowns or dresses in cocktails? Try out versatile garment like i did from designer Anu PD on a simple suit and voila! You are cocktail ready! It's super versatile and can be teamed up with any outfit to make it a stand out!


#1 Whether its friends's wedding or your own sister's; weddings mean extravagant outfits, looking classy and super chic.You can opt for designer outfits like this one i wore from designer Payal Singhal. This burgundy dupion silk lehenga with brocade stripes at hemline comes with a black asymmetrical top from is a beautiful piece!

#2 If you want to steer away from the usual, you can opt for Dhoti pants with a Kalidar jacket like this gorgeous piece from designer Anju Modi! It's contemporary , elegant yet modern and chic! 

#3 If you have want to keep it understated yet chic and stylish you can opt for this skirt and Kurta combination that I bought from W- For Women and paired with a Gota patti neutral dupatta . I have paired this dupatta with many outfits and recreated a whole new look!

#4 If you have to attend a Gurudwara wedding you can pair a nice net dupatta with a short Anarkali suit that I had personally designed and people actually loved my combination! You don't always have to spend a lot to create the perfect outfit!

#5 If you can indulge or splurge in a gorgeous designer outfit, one can opt for Anarkali like I bought from designer Astha Narang who is known to play with pastels and shimmer in such a way that the whole outfit comes out uber chic and oh-so-gorgeous! This investment was worth every penny!!!

#6 Go for a Bright pop of colours as nothing looks more flattering on a woman than colours that too during day time. It's bright and sunny and hence you can dress up in hues of yellows, pinks, blues, greens in all shades. This bright lehenga is from Dheeru & Nitika who are one of my favourites.

#7 Crop tops are in trend and pairing it up with a flowy silk skirt seals the deal! I wore this beautiful outfit by designer duo Dheeru Nitika which comprised of a Midnight blue Velvet top jacket with pearls and a lavender silk skirt! Isn't this ethereal!

#8 If you want to go all out and look celeb like and the wedding means a lot to you like of a close family then this designer will be the perfect bet! The designer I am talking about is Papa Don't Preach and they have some of the most chic , stylish and girly ensembles. The label Papa don't preach by Shubhika has been breaking the usual saree and gown style dressing up! I loved this particular Bright Pink Lehenga from their latest collection! I accessorised it with jewellery from Outhouse.

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  1. superb outfits... devina you look so pleasant in all your pics....

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  3. Hi amazing collection of dresse.
    lovely, stylish so much variety
    u looke stunning in them!!


  4. Amazing outfit!

  5. Such lovely outfits. You truly look like a princess dear. I like the bright pink lehenga the most. Such a wedding colour !

  6. That pastel sharara is a perfection!! Loved all the outfits!

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  7. Excellent pics with beautiful outfits. Someone here needs a great dressing idea for wedding?