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Your best friend is getting married and you know that there will be plenty of rituals and celebrations, which will lead to the actual wedding day. Being the best friend, you realise that you will have to be a part of each festivity and will have to wear a different party wear dress, for each occasion. Because you might be the cynosure of several eyes, you know that you will have to look good, at each occasion and stand out in each of the photographs being clicked. Standing out in the crowd means that you need to plan out each look of yours with care and precision. Your first step of action should be determining how many functions there will be and then finalising on a total number of attires you will need. Most Indian weddings will start with a mehndi, for which you will need a dress that is hassle free and anarkali suits are a great option for you. Not only will the dress make you look tall and slim, it is also easy to move around in. You can choose a dress with a shorter sleeve, which will allow you to get as much mehndi on your hands, as you like. In addition, there are plenty of designs these days, which do not require a dupatta, allowing you greater accessibility. Look for a design that has a mandarin or Chinese collar or one that has extensive work along the neckline. The sangeet is an occasion where you can not only show off your dance moves, but also your curves! This is why, several young girls are now choosing to opt for a Bollywood lehenga, which could have been inspired by their favourite celebrity or is an exact replica of something someone might have worn in a movie. However, this would be an ideal choice only for people who have a good body. Others might want to stick to something a little more conservative and an attire that hides their physical flaws might prove to be a better option. For the actual wedding day, you could always opt for a custom lehenga, but make sure that you do not steal the thunder from the bride. Make sure that you choose a colour that is different than what the bride has chosen and keep it understated with the fabric and design. However, you can add plenty of accessories to make sure that you look dazzling! As for the bidai, you could always fall back on the good old anarkali dress, because there might be much running around to do, which should be easier in this attire. Whichever outfits you are picking out, make sure that you pick different colours and fabrics, because then there is no chance of an outfit looking repetitive.
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