Haldi Ceremony. It is one of the most fun filled yet one of the emotional functions to make memories with the bride.

But what is this haldi ceremony and why is it significant enough to be worth considered?

Haldi ceremony is simply about applying a paste of turmeric, sandalwood, some oil and rose water to go off of any negativity, to fill positivity, to add glow, to purify soul and also to symbolize blessings whosoever applies it to the one getting married. It is believed that the ingredients that go into the paste bring an uncanny glow to a bride’s face.

Mellow in yellow attires embroidered in several designs and trendy thread work followed by exotic cuts and layers is what defines the latest fashionable choices for women. When it comes to Haldi, there are a plethora of options to experiment with ranging from graceful contemporary dresses to midriff open Anarkali Kurtis, signature silk sarees or plain and simple ethnic ensembles to dwell in the glorious vibes. Here, we have shortlisted some of our Pure Elegance favorites to help you shop for Haldi dresses. 

1. Wear something comfortable and traditional yet chic and what better than an Anarkali suit. Pair it with some lovely and fresh rose and mogra jewelry. Maang tika, earrings and a floral neckpiece are really common, though you can also go for some floral bangles and anklets too.

2. Style your haldi look in smart and elegant lehenga in a beautiful bright yellow shade. This lehenga can crafted with designer georgette skirt paired with scalloped net dupatta and raw silk blouse embellished with a peter-pan collar!

3. Why not make an entry with a splash of bright color on a monotone yellow saree with some cool sunglasses to beat the heat for an outdoor haldi ceremony!

4. The slightly neon green colored crop top kind of choli with a yellow skirt having neon green and pink border is something which is all quirky, cool and funky.

5. If you don’t want much hassle but still wish to feel comfortable and look sophisticated, then wear a suit with bell sleeves for some statement and pair it with a contrasting printed dupatta.

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