7 Haldi Styles for the Modern Bride

Haldi ceremonies are a vibrant and significant part of Indian weddings, symbolizing purity, fertility, and good luck. As a modern bride, you can infuse traditional elements with contemporary styles for your Haldi outfit. Here are seven unique outfit ideas:

1.Contemporary Lehenga with a Twist

Bask in the Haldi glow in this Yellow Strappy Blouse And Tiered Lehenga Set by Vani Vats. Perfect for the modern bride, the hand-embroidered strappy blouse sparkles with mirror and sequins, paired with a tiered lehenga that dances as you move. The included dupatta, festooned with floral hand-cut mirrors, completes your festive look.       



2. Elegant Sharara Set for Haldi

Combine the vibrancy of Haldi ceremonies with this Pineapple Yellow Sharara Set by Anisha Shetty, perfect for the fun loving bride. With exquisite applique work and a mirrorwork raw silk blouse, it's Indo Fusion elegance redefined.


3.Trend with an Indo Fusion Style

Embrace the Haldi vibes with our stunning Corn Yellow Dhoti and Crop Top Set by Kalki Fashion. This Indo Fusion ensemble features a vibrant corn yellow dhoti suit in satin crepe, perfectly paired with a raw silk crop top. This ensemble is not only modern but also allows you to move freely and enjoy your ceremony.

4.Kaftan, the chic choice for Modern Brides

Nail the chic haldi look in this Kesar Yellow Kaftan Set by Pink City by Sarika. Designed for the modern bride, the bandhani kaftan kurta features a stylish gathered waist, paired with trendy bell bottoms for an unforgettable look. Perfect for your vibrant bridal moments.


5.Opt for a Fun Floral look

Choose a floral look with our Haldi Yellow Floral Embroidered Kaftan Pant Set by Juhi Bengani. Perfect for the modern bride, this ensemble blends comfort with timeless elegance.


6.Anarkali with a Modern Silhouette

Radiate in the Yellow Embroidered Anarkali Set by Seeaash, an epitome of Haldi elegance. The modern bride will adore the pearl and dabka neckline embroidery, paired with a churidar and a scalloped organza dupatta. A festive must-have! 

7.Go Modern Yet Classic with a Ready to Wear Saree

Embrace a ready to wear saree in yellow hues. It's a bold and unconventional choice that stands out and adds a contemporary edge to traditional attire. Our fav is the Etsu Yellow Prestitched ruffle saree by Chamee Palak

Remember, the key is to blend tradition with your personal style. Experiment with colors, cuts, and accessories to create an outfit that reflects your personality and makes your Haldi ceremony even more special. Check out more from our Haldi Collection curated specially for you !