The uber-exciting Sangeet Ceremony is one of the most long-awaited pre-wedding functions in any big fat Indian wedding. And why wouldn’t it be? The function promises dance, drama and in a lot of cases, endless drinking too. Typically, these “Cocktail Parties” are a hub of dance performances by relatives and a live DJ dishing out dance tracks by the end of the night. The Sangeet is now, no less that a glamorous party.
A very important decision a bride-to-be must make for this function is what shoes she is going to wear. Whether you’re wearing an Indo-Western outfit or going completely ethnic, you’ll need to choose your footwear wisely. It’ll need to be super-style (because, hello, you’re the bride!) alongside being super-comfy (dancing, you can’t forget you’ll be dancing). So then, what are your options? One of best options with you are ethnic sandals with a wedge heel. They give you the height and glamour but are also quite comfortable and easy for long-wear. If you cannot handle any sort of heels on a night that involves significant amount of movement, going in for dressy flats such as embellished chappals/sandals or beautiful juttis would be a good idea.
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It is highly recommended that you avoid stilettoes and all shoes with delicate, slender heels. No matter how good you are at pulling them off, you don’t want to risk a humpty-dumpty moment on your wedding day. What says you? What is your go-to choice for your Sangeet?
Put your best foot forward in the appropriate and comfortable shoes for the sangeet ceremony.