There's no question that brides, and Indian brides especially, have a lot of choice when it comes to what to wear when they get married. And now, there's another choice—an emerging trend in Indian bridal wear is the sari-gown. There are a few reasons why these are becoming more and more popular.
Easier to Wear
Saris can be difficult to put on, and if not done correctly and tucked in properly, they can fall off when you walk or dance—both things you'll be doing when you get married. Women obviously don't want to get caught with their wedding attire falling off, so gowns fashioned to have the appearance of saris or that look inspired by saris are growing in popularity. They are easier to wear and perhaps more comfortable for brides who will be busy throughout wedding festivities.
Less Intricate Detailing
Generally speaking, sari-gowns are less detailed than traditional wedding saris. Because sari-gowns are made to look a little bit more "Western," they do not have as much of the intricate embroidery details, which makes them an appealing choice for women who want to strike a balance between traditional bridal saris and western wedding gowns.