Wedding shopping worries? Websites that will make it easier

OMG Wedding! The word electrifies all the senses, whether it’ll be your own or your close one’s. . . Indeed the Hindi Film industry has a great impact on our daily lives, fashion sense etc. for decades. We share the same DNA as Bollywood, then how can our fat Indian weddings remain untouched from filmy-ness?

From clothes, jewelry or to even rituals, we follow Bollywood. Filmmakers like Karan Johar, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Aditya Chopra has canvassed a larger than life scene of weddings. Do you remember that fiery trend of Aishwarya’s jewelry from Jodha-Akbar? Yeah, then we have some groups who are here to meet your wedding luxury demands. Have a look . . . I am sure you will be stunned watching their collection and services.

Mirraw . . . Indian’s largest Ethnic store (their tagline) proffers everything you need for wedding with stock of over 1,00,000 products. From jewelry, to sarees, to lehengas to blouses and to sherwanis, they have it all for your special closet. They provide stitching facility as well. Trust and love of 3 million plus customers is what Mirraw has in their bucket.

Absolutely stunning styles. Great deals! Shop now and drape gorgeously

Posted by Mirraw on Monday, February 15, 2016

Beautiful dressing concepts | Premium make | Great deals | Shop here ->

Posted by Mirraw on Monday, 15 February 2016

The beloved sling bags crafted around the ethnic style! Plunge in here great deals! Buy now 🙂

Posted by Mirraw on Friday, 12 February 2016

Because #normal is too #mainstream! #TapriCrockery #DesiSwag Explore more such stuff here ->

Posted by Mirraw on Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Next in the row is . . . Indear understands that marriages are the most exciting and special event of anyone’s life. They don’t want you to indulge yourself in organization and forget to taste the essence of celebration. They are there for you for all the quick arrangements from dresses to jewelry to cake to high profile photographer to make up to mehandi . . . decoration . . . to arrangement of venues . . . to return gifts and even help you to choose the best invitation card. They are soon introducing their catering services too. Besides purchasing, you can also share your creative ideas with them.

#IndearSpotted: A happy #bride in a scarlet red Anita Dongre #lehenga.Explore her entire bridal collection on

Posted by Indear on Sunday, 14 February 2016

Traditional, tribal-esque jaal foot harnesses by Forever Soles. What do you think of this new jewellery trend? We think…

Posted by Indear on Sunday, 14 February 2016

A ‘happily ever after’ moment captured cleverly by Stories by Joseph Radhik.Find your dream photographer on Indear at

Posted by Indear on Wednesday, 27 January 2016

This gorgeous thaal by Floral Art is perfect for a sagan ceremony.Buy it from

Posted by Indear on Monday, 1 February 2016

Trying to catch the depth of the two fastest growing online stores, we interviewed the engines of these organizations, i.e. Ms. Shrishti Salecha (Fashion Curator, Mirraw) and Ms. Sanna Vohra (Founder and CEO, Indear) for our lovely, stylish and sensible AAW readers:

Question 1: What changes do you see in silhouettes, colours and designs, this wedding season?

Mirraw: This wedding season would be full of surprises where brides would be exploring lot of new colors. Brides are not sticking to the regular shades of red and orange. Colors like beige, white, blue etc will be incorporated in trousseau this season. Brides will prefer more of comfortable and structured silhouettes this season. Gowns, floor length Anarkalis and lehengas with a trail are going to be a huge rage.

Indear: This season neutral palettes and floral prints have been extremely popular. Fusion wear is also making a comeback along with crop-tops, capes, dhoti pants, embroidered jackets and long skirts.

Question 2: 5 colours every woman must buy for the upcoming bridal season.

Mirraw: 5 colours every woman must buy for the upcoming bridal season are
• Shades of beige, tan, hazelnut

• White

• Powder Pink

• Blue

• Darker tones of red like mahogany, sangria.

Indear: The 5 colours that every woman must buy for the upcoming bridal season are: Gold, White, Beige, Pastels and Light Blue.

Question 3: What is that one tip to shine on every wedding you attend?

Mirraw: Add an accessory. This year is all about “hero” accessory. Wear a stunning piece of accessory like Chand balis, Maang tikkas, Passa, Ear cuffs etc. to add that statement look to your entire outfit.

Indear: One tip to shine on every wedding that you attend is: to wear a striking piece of head jewellery (maangtikka, mathapatti, or paasa). This never fails to make an impact.

Question 4: How would you suggest Indian women usually with our thick waist line to dress up?

Mirraw: Fortunately Indian outfits are designed in such a beautiful way that they highlight and hide amazingly well. Sarees, Lehengas with Long kurtis, Anarkalis all would work well for our thick waist line. Stick to darker shades of red and blue for a slimmer look. Avoid flared petticoats and extremely tight blouses.

Indear: Women with thicker waistlines (Indian or otherwise) should try wearing designs with vertical prints and motifs, wearing single-color outfits (preferably in darker shades), and wearing styles that are tighter around the bust and flare out at the waist (such as anarkalis).

Question 5: Any must have accessories?

Mirraw: This season is all about hair accessories like Passa, huge maang tikkas, Chand ballis etc (Inspired by Deepika in Bajirao mastani)

Indear: Chaandballi Earrings, a signature gold and silver clutch, a pair of comfortable heels, a statement necklace and a smile!

Umm . . . cool answers to look hot isn’t it? If you have some more queries do let us know by commenting below. After all we are here to help you to explore the best out of you.

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