Ways to keep yourself warm while looking like a million bucks in a winter wedding

Don’t let the chilly winter air fizzle out your glamour quotient! Are you the one that sits and chills out in their Rajai with a bowl of steaming Maggi and binge-watch their favourite Netflix shows? Well good for you but if you are a social butterfly and have a lot of weddings to attend, then read on this story is for you. Attending a wedding on a chilly winter evening Many of us love attending a wedding. I know we girls do. All the wedding glitz and glam and on top of it, it is your night to razzle and dazzle onlooker with your impeccable dresses and accessories. But it gets a little tricky in winters as nobody wants to shiver their way to popularity (or worse sneeze their way to popularity). So, does that mean that you should rely on drab and dull winter sweaters and shawls and pray for a summer wedding for your other bestie next time? No, it’s your time to shine with some of these super stylish tips. Look like a diva in full sleeves Anarkali Anarkali is now a style staple for many years and we can’t stop but droll over some of the most regalAnarkalis we have seen on red carpets. And if you are a bride, a full-sleeved heavy Anarkali makes you dazzle in any pre-or post-wedding functions. And if you are open to experimenting, then Anarkali can prove to be one of the most exquisite wedding dresses ever. Bring on that oomph factor with cape blouses and jackets Do not sentence yourself to fits of shiver in a backless and sleeveless blouse with a sari or a lehenga. Go in for some intricate jackets and cape blouses that can bring out the extra oomph factor in your outfit. It would not only keep you away from the cold but also make you look like a million bucks. Keep yourself warm in Velvet lehengas and dresses For all you brides and bridesmaids, nothing is as perfect for a winter wedding as an outfit made of Velvet. It not only keeps you feeling cozy, but it has a hint of grandeur in it that can make you look like an empress (as you are). If you already have a dress that is not warm enough then team it with a velvet stole or a shawl and be the center of attraction at the party. So, are you ready to look like a diva at a winter wedding?