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Indian Weddings are grand affairs, and so is the Indian Wedding Clothing. Needless to say that lavish Indian Weddings of rich and famous Indians are indeed a spectacle. At the same time, even the smaller and low profile Indian Weddings organized by any average Indian family also includes a good amount of glitz and glamour.
In addition to the whole decorated Wedding venue, what makes any Indian Wedding so very gorgeous are, of course, the Indian Wedding Clothing. Right from the bride and bridegroom to guests, each and every person who is a part of an Indian Wedding is always clad in dazzling and gorgeous outfits. When speaking of Indian Wedding Clothing for women, three outfits are the most popular choice, namely, Indian Wedding Saree, Indian Wedding Lehenga Choli and Indian Wedding Salwar Kameez. Indian Wedding Clothing for men includes Indian Wedding Sherwani, Indian Wedding Kurta Pyjama, Indian Wedding Suits , Indian Wedding Pathani Suit, Indian Wedding Jodhpuri Suit, Indian Wedding Churidar Kurta, etc. Each outfit has its own popularity in different regions of India. Be it a bride, groom or the guests, when it comes to special occasions such as Indian Weddings, everyone is most comfortable in the Indian Wedding outfits that is native to their region.
The color red holds a prime importance when it comes to Indian Weddings. In India, the color red is closely associated with weddings. Since red is considered to be an auspicious color that denotes prosperity, well-being and good fortune, any traditional Bridal Clothing would be in red or at least have a generous touch of red on it. Apart from the Bridal Clothing, most of the Indian clothing for wedding worn by family members or other guests do tend to have a hint of red as it's rather a prevalent practice to wear red to Indian Weddings.
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