A quick glance at your calendar and you’ll see that you’re neck-deep in wedding season and are running out of outfits to constantly circulate. Well fret no more, we got you. At Soch, we appreciate a well-crafted outfit, made to fit you to perfection. Which is why we have curated a special collection of dress materials you can customize to your personal style and occasion.
So, dust out your favourite tailor bhaiya or aunty’s number. With our thoughtfully curated unstitched dress material collection, you’re going to need it.
- Low-key roka
Engagement ceremonies typically have a more relaxed atmosphere of families chatting, lots of snacks, and of course the exchange of rings. Given the intimacy of the occasion you want to wear something comfortable yet celebratory.
For this we chose a blue and peach set with intricate embroidery and a sequined dupatta. Get this stitched into a long kurta style for a leaner look.
- Bright and sunny haldi vibes
There is a reason why everyone’s haldi ceremony looks so full of life and vibrancy, it’s all in the magic of the light. Natural daylight is possibly the best crutch to take those insanely beautiful selfies without having to layer it with filters (it’s ok, we all do it!).
For this we chose a coral chanderi suit set with a light chiffon dupatta which can very elegantly sway in the wind for those gorgeous boomerangs. Get this stitched in a patiala style with a shorter kurta, for a more fun day-look.
- The one occasion everyone loves
Yes, we are talking about the mehndi-sangeet which turns into a full-blown night of dancing and fun. The air is relaxed, people are getting mehndi done, there are performances, and one can’t stop grooving to the DJ’s music.
For this we chose a bright blue set, from our latest dress materials, with a chiffon dupatta. Get this stitched into a classic churidar with fitted ¾th sleeves and a boat neck.
- Haldi ceremonies don’t equal yellow
While it’s pretty standard to dress up in yellow for a haldi ceremony, we don’t necessarily like to follow those rules all the time. And especially when you might just be a +1 to an occasion, then you definitely can make some room for alternate colours.
For this we chose a lime green and off-white chanderi set with a flowy dupatta. Get this stitched in a sharara style to add an element of fun to the already cheerful colour palette.
- Pre-wedding obligatory mixers
When you’re tagging along with a friend as their guest to a wedding occasion, it can be its own kind of fun. Especially casual get-togethers before a wedding where it’s all about the socializing and sharing in the joy of a new adventure.
For this we chose a sea green set with diamond pattern thread work, complemented by a sheer dupatta with a floral pattern. Get this stitched in a palazzo style or classic churidar style.
- A reason to wear some more green
The colours of 2019 continue to be shades of green, so why not make the wedding season an ode to this elegant shade of a pastel green.
For this reason, we chose a gossamery pista green chanderi set with a dupatta covered in zari design, from our collection of dress materials, and it is primed to steal the show. Get this stitched in a classic churidar style with long sleeves which bunch at your wrists. Wear this to a sangeet night.
- No list is complete without a…
Yes, that’s right: Pink.
While a maharani pink is a crowd favourite, it’s the subtle pastel pink shade that we are crushing on. It’s the kind of shade you can wear to any gathering and it will always be appropriate.
For this we chose a chanderi set with a diamond pattern in gold thread, complemented by a sheer dupatta. Get this stitched in a boat neck style, and a regular churidar, to really make the threadwork shine.