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Weddings, Style

What to Wear to an Indian Wedding

“Our focus is to bring you the leading collections in global fashion and Indo-Western pieces”

Indian weddings are transforming the world of fashion and knowing what to wear and how to style yourself as a guest can be daunting, especially for those who have not yet experienced such festivities. Events can be super extravagant, and there is an incredible array of gorgeous saris, mesmerising lehengas, stylish salwar kameez, sherwani, kurta pyjamas, and more.

Whether you are a seasoned attendee, or this is the first time you’ve been invited to an Indian wedding, you’ll want to get it right, so we have consulted Amrika London, the online fashion emporium who specialise in seeking out luxury designers from both Europe and South Asia. They have pulled together five perfect pieces for the ultimate wedding guest look for 2024.


You never go wrong with a sari, especially a colourful silhouette that is elegantly finished. We love the fringe details on this coral/orange piece by Mahima Mahajan as the metallic threadwork really lifts the look. It's so stunning you basically don't need to worry about any additional accessories, perhaps just a jewelled necklace for that extra touch.


If you are looking for something a little more understated but equally beautiful, this Kurta  set from Payal Singhal offers a classic silhouette and the contemporary design is finished with a coral lace border Dupatta. Super chic, easy to wear and something you can go back to time and time again.


When it comes to finding something different, look no further than this leopard print sari by ITRH. This stunning ensemble is a contemporary twist on a classic which is so different. We love the magnificent matching blouse


If you really want to make a statement, this silhouette has proven to be a best-seller time and time again. The Maelyn by Ridhi Mehra in this fantastic fuchsia colour, cinches the organza overlay jacket with a stunning jewel belt and is rich in beautiful detail.


You can never go wrong with something blue at a wedding, and especially a jumpsuit. This stunning powder blue number by Ridhi Mehra is one of our all-time favourites. We love the one-shoulder design, the maxi dress silhouette, the embellished jewelled belt and all of those ruffles.

About Amrika London

Amrika London is an online store which offers South Asian fashion alongside European styles. Their carefully curated collections feature an eclectic mix of established and unknown design houses. Driven by a passion to showcase incredible designers from across the globe, they are eager to bed the myth that only the South Asian community can wear these designs: “We are working endlessly to remove these limitations and solely showcase the fashion, the talent and the luxury from these designers. Our focus is to bring you the leading collections in global fashion and Indo-Western pieces.”. They operate a zero-waste approach, with a made-to-order business model to minimise the impact of disposable fashion on landfill.

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