Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Indian Wedding Season: Sangeet Night

Hello Sugar,

Now that you have made it through the Mehendi ceremony, its time to get ready to twirl, swirl and whirl at the Sangeet night. Trust me, Sangeet night is the most fun part about the wedding. All the lovely dance performances, and dancing on the tunes of EDM or Dhol in the end is going to make the night fun filled. Usually the dance moves are well choreographed before the Sangeet night and so it’s best to select a dress that would look great during the performance as well as be comfortable to dance in.

All the dancing and moving around is going to take a toll on your stamina and feet. Therefore it becomes at most important to select your costume very smartly. I suggest wearing something flowy and light weight so that you can move around freely during the function. Also keep in mind the length of the dress, for I am sure you want to enjoy the performances instead of taking care of the dress. Wear footwear that is comfortable and not very high heeled. Select wearing wedges or platform heels if you must wear heels. Selecting an overall light weight look doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t have fun with the accessories. Try all the experiments with it. Add a mang tika or even a nose ring. Opt for elegant pieces of necklaces and earrings.

You can opt for a beautiful lehenga choli, or even go for an ethnic anarkali or salwar kameez. When selecting a dress, sky is the limit. And therefore I am going to make it a bit easier for you to pick the right dress for the dance night by assembling a few attires from our favorite ADMYRIN

Peach Embroidered Lehenga with Green Choli and Dupatta
Peach Embroidered Lehenga with Green Choli and Dupatta
Beige Net Lehenga with Pink Choli and Dupatta
Beige Net Lehenga with Pink Choli and Dupatta
Pink Net Fusion Lehenga with Aqua Jaipuri Silk Net Choli and Net Dupatta
Pink Net Fusion Lehenga with Aqua Jaipuri Silk Net Choli and Net Dupatta
Blue Soft Net Anarkali Suit Designed By Resham Embroidery Work with Dupatta
Blue Soft Net Anarkali Suit Designed By Resham Embroidery Work with Dupatta
Bipasha Basu Cream Georgette Anarkali Salwar Suit Comprising Floral Embroidery with Cream Dupatta
Bipasha Basu Cream Georgette Anarkali Salwar Suit Comprising Floral Embroidery with Cream Dupatta
Pista Green Cotton Silk Kurta with Digital Printed Satin Skirt
Pista Green Cotton Silk Kurta with Digital Printed Satin Skirt
Cream Net Fusion Lehenga with Red Embroidered Choli and Cream Net Dupatta
Cream Net Fusion Lehenga with Red Embroidered Choli and Cream Net Dupatta

Credits: Keshvi Shah

The Indian wedding season: Mehendi Meet

Hola Sweeties.

Welcome back to the Admyrin blog. Now that the Engagement party is over, it’s time to prep up for the Mehendi function. This all ladies function is fun and artistic. Special talented team of people is called to apply Mehendi to the bride’s hands and feet along with her close friends and family members. This function is also celebrated at the groom’s side where all the ladies get together to have fun, relax and get their hands painted with henna. According to the Indian rituals, a bride is incomplete without her Mehendi.

The Mehendi ceremony is a private affair and the function can be organized either on a small or medium scale. Emphasis is laid on the amount of color reflected in the brides Mehendi and it’s considered as a measurement of love of the to-be-groom for his bride. At most occasions you may also witness the ladies singing, dancing and having fun on this occasion.

As far as the dressing is concerned, Admyrin has got you covered for this function too. I suggest you keep the dressing simple and comfortable since you may have to sit with patience while the artists show their skill by applying Mehendi on your hands. You can add delicate maang tika or exclusive earrings to oomph up the look. One thing to mind well here is that don’t wear dresses with full sleeves. Also if you are planning to wear something that involves a dupatta, make sure you tuck it on the shoulder so you don’t have to keep handling it all the time.

Below are a few dresses shortlisted by me from the vast collection of Admyrin that can help you look amazing during the Mehendi ceremony. Click on the pictures to buy the dress.

Beige Cotton Cambric Salwar Suit with Orange Cotton Mal Crush Dupatta
Beige Cotton Cambric Salwar Suit with Orange Cotton Mal Crush Dupatta
Cream and Golden Net Satin Top with Golden Pant
Cream and Golden Net Satin Top with Golden Pant
Peach Neo Silk kurta with Satin Palazzo
Peach Neo Silk kurta with Satin Palazzo
Green Cotton Silk Kurta with Cream Cotton Block Printed Straight Pant
Green Cotton Silk Kurta with Cream Cotton Block Printed Straight Pant
Blue Satin Digital Print Tunic
Blue Satin Digital Print Tunic
Peach Cotton Silk Kurta with Digital Printed Banglori Silk Straight Pant
Peach Cotton Silk Kurta with Digital Printed Banglori Silk Straight Pant
Yellow Net Jacquard Sleeveless Tunic
Yellow Net Jacquard Sleeveless Tunic
Red Chiffon Top with Georgette Skirt
Red Chiffon Top with Georgette Skirt

Credits: Keshvi Shah

The Indian wedding season: The elegant engagement party

Hello lovely ladies.

The wedding season has already begun in all its glory. Indian weddings are known all over for its grandeur. The big fat Indian wedding is not a single day affair, but more of a festival in itself. I am going to do a series of post for all you lovely readers under “The Indian wedding season” title where I will be suggesting you set of clothes according to each function of the wedding celebration which are exclusively available at ADMYRIN.

There are various rituals in the Indian culture before the main wedding event. These pre-

wedding functions or rituals include Roka, Engagement, Mehendi, Sangeet, Haldi, Marriage and the reception. The bride and grooms friends and family get together to witness this grand event of two people who vow to stay together for their lifetime as husband and wife.

The foremost celebration in the wedding occasion is the engagement party or more commonly known as ring ceremony where the to-be-bride and groom exchange rings.  This party embarks the beginning of the wedding concord. The exchanging of rings is then followed by a brief lunch or dinner party. To dress for this occasion, one can choose to wear glam gowns which are not very over the top, or choose a wear a flowy maxi dress for a sunset beach party. But remember to keep the attire to a minimal as you would have more functions to come where you can flaunt the heavy embroidered dresses.

Below are the few dresses that you can pick for the coming engagement party of either your friends or family members. Also, you can click on the picture to buy the respective dress:

Adorable Black Net Georgette Gown
Adorable Black Net Georgette Gown
Navy Blue Neo Silk Kurta with Satin Digital Print Lehenga
Navy Blue Neo Silk Kurta with Satin Digital Print Lehenga
Green Neo Silk Crop Top and Lehenga with Satin Digital Print Koti
Green Neo Silk Crop Top and Lehenga with Satin Digital Print Koti
Multi Colour Satin Jaipuri Silk Gown
Multi Colour Satin Jaipuri Silk Gown
Grey Satin Digital Print Gown Style Tunic
Grey Satin Digital Print Gown Style Tunic
Multi Colour Satin Gown with Neo Silk Koti
Multi Colour Satin Gown with Neo Silk Koti
Pink Cotton Silk Kurta with Digital Printed Satin Skirt
Pink Cotton Silk Kurta with Digital Printed Satin Skirt
Opulent Light Orange Georgette Gown
Opulent Light Orange Georgette Gown

Credits: Keshvi Shah

Live the Digi dreams

Live the Digi dreams

Hello sweeties!

I am back yet again with a post on the new collection from Admyrin. One thing I love about this brand is that it helps you keep fashion-forward. It brings forth every fashion trend at an obtainable price.

Festive occasion or a formal one: saree is the most favorite female attire in India. Whether you have a party to rock where Salwar Kameez would look too under-dressed or a formal meeting to attend where heavy embellished saree would be unnecessary, printed sarees can come to your rescue. Digital print was the ‘it’ trend this year. The ramps of fashion shows witnessed digital print dresses in all forms, be it a western dress or kurta or May it be a Salwar Kameez or the elegant six yard piece of saree.

Admyrin has tactfully created the following elegant six yard pieces by transferring creative graphic designs on to fine quality fabrics which is light and airy. It most definitely enhances the curves of the females in the best possible way. The entire collection features rich crepe sarees including the blouse pieces and a set costs only INR 1399/-. Isn’t this a steal deal now?

When it comes to carrying this style with elegance, one must keep the accessorizing to minimal. Since the prints are fun and quirky themselves, going over the board with accessories will ruin the look. So try adding a delicate necklace and a sophisticated bag. Or you can add a touch of long and delicate western earrings instead of the neck jewelry.

Here is a glimpse of the new and exclusive digital print sarees from ADMYRIN. You can click on the image to buy the particular saree.

Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece
Digitally Printed Crepe Designer Saree with Blouse Piece