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Everyone is welcome to wear Indian attire for any of our wedding events, although there is no pressure to do so! We want you to feel comfortable and your presence is the most important thing. If you would like to throw yourself into the colourful culture of Indian weddings, then see below.. Best areas in the UK for shopping: Leicester- Melton Road Birmingham - Soho Road, Stratford Road London - Ealing Road, The Broadway Southall Recommended shops on Ealing Road: Laadki - for both men and women Venisons - there are a few of these on the same road Variety Silk House - expensive but high quality Rangoli Designer Studio Krishnaa Sarees - great bargains Recommended shops on The Broadway, Southall: Frontier Raas - expensive but high quality Monghas - can be expensive but sale section can be good Himalaya Shopping Centre- this is a market opposite Monghas where you can get great bargains and cheap prices. Downside is you can't try things on! Jaan Bavleens Baabul Sukhees Southall
Lehenga (pronounced Lenga) - more of a modern style vs the sari
Lehenga (pronounced Lenga) - more of a modern style vs the sari
Nehru jacket - can buy this and hopefully re-wear lots in the future as it can be worn lots during everyday life
Nehru jacket - can buy this and hopefully re-wear lots in the future as it can be worn lots during everyday life
Nehru-style waistcoat - can be worn simply over a shirt - easiest and cheapest option
Nehru-style waistcoat - can be worn simply over a shirt - easiest and cheapest option
Nehru waistcoat and kurta pajama - this is a more relaxed outfit that can be worn for both events. Tends to be cheaper and more lightweight than the sherwani
Nehru waistcoat and kurta pajama - this is a more relaxed outfit that can be worn for both events. Tends to be cheaper and more lightweight than the sherwani
Sari/saree - the more traditional output for women at Indian events
Sari/saree - the more traditional output for women at Indian events
Indian-style jumpsuit - a cool, modern take on Indian clothing
Indian-style jumpsuit - a cool, modern take on Indian clothing
Sherwani - most popular option for men for the wedding - tends to look the smartest and most flattering
Sherwani - most popular option for men for the wedding - tends to look the smartest and most flattering