I chose to focus more on the gold accents of the outfits to make it easier to accessorise/hijab-wise, and I think it looked nice together. I love how traditional and feminine this outfit is, and it really didn't take much to bling it up!
Sharara outfit - RDC London
Shoes - Kurt Geiger
Clutch bag - New Look
Bangles - One of the shops from Green Street, no idea of the name!
Ring - Accessorize
And this is me wearing the outfit, which I'm not sure you can tell, but I really enjoyed wearing it! It's very flattering on the figure, and it drapes wonderfully which felt really comfortable. I liked the fact that the sharara itself was fairly plain, and because it was made from pure silk it flowed really well.
All in all, I really love this outfit, and it felt really 'weddingy' wearing it! It also helped that the wedding venue I went to was really beautiful, with a lot of amazing detail which made the day even nicer. It's not often I get to wear heavy outfits because it's not always appropriate (can't wear a heavily stone-encrusted lengha to a family dinner, can I!), but it's always great when I can dress up a bit, especially when it brings out the inner Bollywood-queen in me!