Awe-Inspiring Couple Outfits For Your D-Day

Couple Outfits

Coordinated couple outfits are all the rage this season. Whether its casual glam or street style, nothing says ‘I Love You’ better than coordinated attire. And what better occasion to play dress-up with your partner for life than the day of your wedding?

Looking for inspiration for couple outfits for your big day? We’ve created an exclusive, curated wedding outfit guide to help the happy couple establish wedding day goals for generations to come.

Pick Colours From The Same Spectrum

Gone are the days when coordinated outfits meant dressing up top to bottom in identical colours. While wearing colour-coordinated outfits can help you look more striking, it can also come off as over-the-top and tacky. Instead, stick to a colour palette and don different shades of the same hue for a classy look. For instance, if you’re wearing a vibrant fuchsia pink, the groom can keep it tasteful with a pastel or baby pink for subtle coordination.         

Play With Fabrics

If you’re not a fan of matching colour schemes, opt for the same fabric instead. If you’ve chosen a raw silk wedding lehenga with zardozi work for the big day, a raw silk sherwani for groom with intricate embroidery work will be the ideal choice. The matching textures will make your ensembles look polished and effortlessly coordinated. Turn it around and pick the same design instead – be it tie-dye, Benarasi, or zardozi, and play around with different motifs.

Incorporate Subtle Elements

For all the minimalists out there, this styling tip is perfect for you. Fancy the coordination trend, but don’t want to go overboard? Simply match the fabric of your evening reception gown to the pocket square or tie of the groom’s suit. Grooms wearing a kurta and bandi jacket can match the colour of the inner kurta with the bride’s blouse for just a hint of coordination. Coordinate your dupatta with the groom’s safa to add a dash of understated glamour, without overshadowing each other’s attire.

Choose Complementary Colours

No two people are the same and this applies to you and your partner. While you both may have contrasting personalities, your quirks come together to complement each other. Keeping this idea in mind, you can choose sharply contrasting colours instead of dipping into the same colour palette to tie your outfits together. If you’re choosing a quintessential tomato red wedding lehenga, the groom can wear a royal blue sherwani that uniquely complements and contrasts your outfit at the same time.

Now that you know all our amazing hacks, create your one-in-a-million couple outfit for a truly special day.

Ellen Hollington

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