Women wear a sari, a long sheet of colourful cloth, draped over a simple or fancy blouse. Traditional Indian clothing such as the kurti have been combined with jeans to form part of casual attire. Clothing, Shoes and Accessories Welcome to Walmart Fashion, where you will find women's clothing, men's clothing, kid's clothing, shoes, jewelry and watches, handbags and accessories. Riba Murabaha Takaful Sukuk. Go simple with this summery shift dress that can be worn time and time again.
The wording here suggests something slightly less formal than black tie. This means that a tuxedo isn't required, but the event is still formal enough for one to be appropriate.
This is slightly less formal than black tie and black tie optional, which means no tux required for men and no floor-length gown required for women unless you'd like to wear a long dress. A suit and tie. Lean toward darker hues in chillier months, and feel free to opt for lighter grays or blues in warmer weather. A formal summer sundress at tea or knee length with flat sandals.
Makeup and hair can be natural. Depending on the time of the event, you'll want to dress somewhere between formal and casual.
This is still followed in the rural areas, though is changing in the urban areas. A saree or sari   is a female garment in the Indian subcontinent. These are usually more dressy with a lot of embellishments such as mirrors or embroidery and may be worn on special occasions.
Women in the armed forces, when wearing a sari uniform, don a half-sleeve shirt tucked in at the waist. Teenage girls wear half-sarees, a three piece set consisting of a langa, a choli and a stole wrapped over it like a saree. Women usually wear full sarees. Indian wedding saris are typically red or pink, a tradition that goes back to India's pre-modern history. Saris are usually known with different names in different places.
In Kerala , white saris with golden border, are known as kavanis and are worn on special occasions. A simple white sari, worn as a daily wear, is called a mundu. Saris are called pudavai in Tamil Nadu. In Karnataka , saris are called Seere. Mundum Neriyathum is the oldest remnant of the ancient form of the saree which covered only the lower part of the body, a traditional dress of women in Kerala, South India.
It is worn by women of all ages. The bottom portion, draped from the waist downwards is called the Mekhela Assamese: It is in the form of a sarong—very wide cylinder of cloth—that is folded into pleats to fit around the waist and tucked in. The folds are to the right, as opposed to the pleats in the Nivi style of the saree, which are folded to the left. Strings are never used to tie the mekhela around the waist, though an underskirt with a string is often used.
The top portion of the three-piece dress, called the Sador Assamese: The Sador is tucked in triangular folds. A fitted blouse is worn to cover the breasts.
The third piece is called a Riha , which is worn under the Sador. It is narrow in width. This traditional dress of the Assamese women are very famous for their exclusive patterns on the body and the border. Women wear them during important religious and ceremonious occasions of marriage. Riha is worn exactly like a Sador and is used as Orni. Salwar is a generic description of the lower garment incorporating the Punjabi salwar, Sindhi suthan, Dogri pajamma also called suthan and the Kashmiri suthan.
The salwar kameez is the traditional wear of women in Punjab , Haryana and Himachal Pradesh and is called the Punjabi suit which is most common in the northwestern part of India Punjab region. The Punjabi suit also includes the "churidaar" and "kurta" ensemble which is also popular in Southern India where it is known as the "churidaar".
The salwar kameez has become the most popular dress for females. It consists of loose trousers the salwar narrow at the ankles, topped by a tunic top the kameez.
The material for the dupatta usually depends upon that of the suit, and is generally of cotton, georgette , silk, chiffon among others. Many actresses wear the salwar kameez in Bollywood movies. The suthan, similar to the salwar is common in Sindh where it is worn with the cholo  and Kashmir where it is worn with the Phiran. The patiala salwar is an exaggeratedly wide version of the salwar, its loose pleats stitched together at the bottom.
Churidaar is a variation on the salwar, loose above the knees and tightly fitted to the calf below. While the salwar is baggy and caught in at the ankle, the churidar fits below the knees with horizontal gathers near the ankles. The anarkali suit is made up of a long, frock-style top and features a slim fitted bottom.
The anarkali is an extremely desirable style that is adorned by women located in Northern India, Pakistan and The Middle East. The anarkali suit varies in many different lengths and embroideries including floor length anarkali styles. Many women will also opt for heavier embroidered anarkali suits on wedding functions and events.
Indian women wear anarkali suits on various other occasions as well such as traditional festivals, casual lunch, anniversary celebrations etc. The kameez of the anarkali can be sleevelesss or with sleeves ranging from cap- to wrist-length. It is a combination of lehenga , a tight choli and an odhani. A lehenga is a form of a long skirt which is pleated. It is usually embroidered or has a thick border at the bottom.
A choli is a blouse shell garment, which is cut to fit to the body and has short sleeves and a low neck. Different styles of ghagra cholis are worn by the women, ranging from a simple cotton lehenga choli as a daily wear, a traditional ghagra with mirrors embellished usually worn during navratri for the garba dance or a fully embroidered lehenga worn during marriage ceremonies by the bride.
Popular among unmarried women other than salwar kameez are Gagra choli and Langa voni. Pattu Pavadai or Langa davani is a traditional dress in south India and Rajasthan, usually worn by teenage and small girls. The pavada is a cone-shaped skirt, usually of silk, that hangs down from the waist to the toes. It normally has a golden border at the bottom. Girls in south India often wear pattu pavadai or Langa davani during traditional functions.
Girls in Rajasthan wear this dress before marriage and after marriage with sight modification in certain section of society. This dress is a three-piece garment where the langa or lehanga is the cone shaped long flowing skirt. Additionally, recently pants and shirts have been accepted as traditional Indian dress by the Government of India. Kaupin is unsewn and langota is sewn loincloth worn as underwear in dangal held in akharas especially wrestling , to prevent hernias and hydrocele.
It is mandatory for Sikhs to wear kacchera. Dhoti is the national dress of India. A dhoti is from four to six feet long white or colour strip of cotton. This traditional attire is mainly worn by men in villages. In India men also wear long, white sarong like sheets of cloth known as Mundu. It's called dhotar in Marathi. Over the dhoti, men wear shirts.
A Lungi , also known as sarong , is a traditional garment of India. A Mundu is a lungi, except that it is always white. It is usually tucked in when the person is working, in fields or workshops, and left open usually as a mark of respect, in worship places or when the person is around dignitaries. Lungis, generally, are of two types: The open lungi is a plain sheet of cotton or silk, whereas the stitched one has both of its open ends stitched together to form a tube like structure.
Though mostly worn by men, elderly women also prefer lungi to other garments owing to its good aeration.
The length is usually just below the knees and the jacket ends just below the knee. The jacket has a Nehru collar ,  which is a collar that stands up. Churidars are trousers that are loose around the hips and thighs, but are tight and gathered around the ankle. A scarf called a dupatta is sometimes added to the achkan.
A Jodhpuri or a Bandhgala is a formal evening suit from India. Also known as Jodhpuri Suit ,  it is a western style suit product, with a coat and a trouser , at times accompanied by a vest. It brings together the western cut with Indian hand- embroidery escorted by the Waist coat. The material can be silk or any other suiting material.
Also try dressing in layers: Throw a zip-up sweater over your shirt and tie and under your jacket for extra insulation and warmth. But the most important thing men need to remember is to manscape. Beards and moustaches are okay, as long as you clean up stray hairs and shave the back of your neck—you want to look lumber sexy. This mini is totally winter appropriate with its long sleeves and heavier fabric.
Plus, we love the lace-up style. Floor length gowns are a perfect match for a winter wedding, as is this this royal blue hue. A body-hugging burgundy dress with long sleeves is the perfect combination of sexy and festive for a winter wedding.
A two-tones jacquard dress with a dropped wait is a sophisticated and classy choice for any winter wedding. The beauty of the black jumpsuit is it's really suitable for any season.
This one is no exception, and is great for a winter celebration. A classic trim-fit wool suit is the ideal choice for any type of wedding. Dress it up with a slim tie or dress it down with a simple button down. This dark grey blazer is best for a more casual winter wedding, and the ultra soft wool will definitely keep you warm.
This silky-smooth trim-fit navy jacket with black lapels is the perfect option for a man with stylish but sensible tastes.
No closet is complete without a slim-fit gray suit. Mix and match it with your black suit for limitless wardrobe options. Fall weddings can be hard to dress for since the weather can be so unpredictable, that's why the most important thing to remember is to dress in layers.
Fall is finally the time you can break out your favorite little black dress and suede heels, but you really should wait until closer to the date to finalize accessories. Since fall tones tend to be dark and muted, try adding a pop of bright color with a bold statement necklace, scarf or lipstick. Pick a dress you could wear with or without tights for that unexpected September heat, and it's probably a good idea to throw a sweater in your bag in case the temperature drops at night.
And since you could be wearing open-toed shoes, it's always a smart to have a pedicure scheduled just to be safe—chipped nails at a wedding is a definite no-no. For men, try mixing and matching textures and patterns for a cozy look that doesn't look shabby or grungy. Pair a wool coat with a silk tie, and don't be afraid to wear some color!
Just look at the invitation for hints of the couple's wedding colors so you don't end up looking like a member of the bridal party. Rock some fun fall florals in this trendy, and super flattering off-the-shoulder mini.
Nothing says fall quite like brown suede. Glam up this modern midi with some strappy sandals. All eyes will be on you in this classy flared shirtdress. Although eyelets are typically reserved for summer, the dress' navy blue color and short sleeves make it fall appropriate as well. The rumors are true: What's more; this rental option is a budget friendly way to enjoy a high quality suit.
A stylish man can't go wrong with a sophisticated wool suit. This sleek number will get you through any wedding on the bride's best-dressed list. A good suit is worth a little bit of a splurge. Investing in an everyday style will save you money in the long run. This suit's windowpane checks mark a timeless look, while its trim fit style keeps it hip. This snazzy vest features just the right amount of stretch for your awesome dance moves, and the satin back panel adds some glam to your wedding ensemble.
Dressing for a summer wedding is all about looking elegant, while keeping it cool. Focus on wearing breathable fabrics so you don't overheat during an outdoor wedding. Fight off heat and humidity and still look put together when you wear a longer dress made with light and airy fabrics like silk, chiffon, cotton or linen. Those made with vibrant colors and unexpected textures will add a summery twist to a floor-length gown.
Dress up a cute sundress with chic heels or wedges. Keep a lightweight pashmina on hand, since the AC will most likely be on full blast. Dressing in light layers is even more important for men, who tend to get overheated read: In the summertime it's definitely okay for guys to ditch the tie and keep it casual with a loose button-down—just make sure to wear a jacket.
And for outdoor beach ceremonies, it's totally acceptable for men to forgo socks and just wear loafers or boat shoes with their slacks. But before you make any wardrobe decisions, pay attention to the dress code on the invitations.
Even if it's taking place in the middle of July, if a wedding invite says "black tie," you're going to have respect the dress code and wear a bow tie and tux. Stay hydrated and get there early to claim a seat in the shade!
A plunging deep V can make an elegant statement when paired with a high-waist silhouette. Pair that with a modern floral pattern and you've got a perfect summer mini. Go simple with this summery shift dress that can be worn time and time again. The self-tie halter neckline of this dress is the perfect solution for when you want to dress sweet, but still want to keep cool out in the heat.
This bright coral maxi adds a fun pop of color. Additionally, the unlined plissé georgette feels light and airy, making this dress a no-brainer for any summer occasion. When you think summer you probably don't immediately think wool, however, this sophisticated suit is surprisingly lightweight for formal summer get togethers.
Not for the faint of heart, a red sport coat makes a serious statement. But a chambray fabric keeps it fashionable and not costume-y, and when paired with blue pants it gives a nice nautical vibe. Super slim is super in.
This beige suit screams summer due to its light color and lightweight material. If the invitation says "casual," consider that your ticket to freedom! Ditch the tie and roll up your sleeves for a look that won't make you sweat. This water and wrinkle resistant suit comes in Isaia's signature aquaspider wool and is perfect for a hot summer day.
Springtime affairs are beautiful with all of the fresh blooms and green grass, but dressing for a spring wedding can be a challenge. Be wary of outdoor weddings when spring rain showers can cause wet grass and mud that your heels will undoubtedly sink into. We suggest shopping for outfits you know can survive an indoor or outdoor wedding, and plan ahead. Think of any problems that could arise. For instance, avoid long dresses that could drag in potential mud, always keep a pair of closed-toed flats on hands for unexpected outdoor cocktail hours and bring an umbrella for impromptu rain showers.
And don't forget that along with the rising temperatures comes a rising humidity that can wreak havoc on your perfectly coiffed tresses.