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Brides-To-Be! Save These Tips Before You Go Out For Your Sangeet Lehenga Shopping


Sangeet is the most loved pre-wedding function, as the entire family of the bride and the groom gets to enjoy and dance their heart out. However, with plenty of dressing options to select from, our dear brides again gets confused on what to select between lehenga or sharara, kitten heels to juttis. So, to help you out we have made a complete list of things you need to know before finalizing your Sangeet look.

Style Tip: You might want to look your best on the wedding day, but you should look like a dancing princess on your Sangeet, too. So, think wisely before selecting anything

- Keep your outfit light and breathable, and easy to move your legs in. As the day requires you to dance a lot. 

- Select a dhoti pants and a jacket, if you are one of those dancing diva and ready to move a leg on your own sangeet.

- If you are ditching dupatta, the best option is to go for a crop top with a flared skirt. Or a cape lehenga that's super easy to carry and will give you the perfect twirl while you dance your way through the night.

- Go for a sparkling outfit that radiates whenever you move a step on stage. Opt for Swarovski and Mukesh work on your lehenga or sitara work that's widely loved by brides these days. 

- Opt for high necklines with embroidery on the neck, so that you can ditch the dupatta. Also, don't opt for plunging low necklines as it will create an awkward scene.

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- Sangeet is a function where you can experiment with your jewellery choices, so think wisely, don't pick heavy golden jewellery that makes you hard to move around.

- Choose a cocktail ring that goes well with your dress, or try wearing a body chain.

- If you love mangtikka, then try selecting a passa that looks great whenever you twirl.

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Makeup Tips 
- Ask your makeup artist to go easy with your skin. Keep your makeup minimal, as it's just your sangeet and all the dancing will smudge it off.

- Avoid wearing fakes lashes on the sangeet night. And keep the lip shade handy.

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