As a women, should we all change the way we dress when we get married? For some women, fashion is about self -expression and as such, they shouldn’t lose dominion over their own personal style because of their walk to the altar. Many women choose to tone down provocative or even suggestive dressing when they get married, changing the way they dress is seen as changing who they are.
Im married and my husband always respects my decision to dress how I want. Well that’s what he was attracted to in the first place, right?.
So instead debating on this, I want to give a few tips on how you can be stylish yet comfortable. I’m not a fashionista , I don’t own many ( a have a few 😛 ) luxury brands , and all my pics were shot on a mobile camera, ( because these photos were not clicked just for the blog, this is my on the go style, depending upon the mood )
A SKATER DRESS :
What? You can wear one piece all, after wedding :P. REALLY ? What will the society think about you !( I don’t care what society thinks, Feminism:P) But while wearing or choosing a skater dress, I follow a few tips.
- Get a size bigger, ( the dress wont hug your body, but instead will accentuate your shape)
- Try ¾ sleeves ( It hides those cheesecake arms )
- Go for classic ones (plains, or striped. Don’t try anything ambitious)
BOHO- GO GO :
Internet is almost crashing with this BOHO look, Off shoulders – boxy tops -high low transparent and backless , but there is this simple way which I use to flaunt my Boho Trend, it is to play on Bold colours, with those fringes. Bathik printed top with pockets on it and some fringe detailing screamed BOHO, I paired it with ankle length leggings.
WELL at WORK :
We cant wear a Boho or a frock to work :P( We can ;) but we will be the talk of the day for unnecessary reason :P. I always prefer some 100% cotton kurta with very minimalist accessories. But while picking those kurtas, I concentrate either on colours which are in trend now , or some delicate prints, and the concept of layering .
Not every woman would agree. Some women believe that dressing modest is a part of respecting the boundaries of marriage and I equally respect that .
What’s your opinion, Is there a certain way married women should dress? Should women change to a more demure style of dress once they’ve said their vows?
Let me know in the comment section below
P.S: My clothes were sponsored by Unlimited Stores, you can check their website by clicking here, however the opinions are my own and this post does not advertise the product/service.
Su.Real.Scribbling . a.k.a Sruthiraj