A versatile and an exquisite piece of clothing that’s been a part of women’s wardrobe for centuries now, a suit is nothing less than a moghul of ethnic wear. Be it the flamboyant Anarkalis, the desi Patiala salwar suits, the flared shararas & ghararas or the trending palazzo Pakistani sets, every suit style has an unmatched charm of its own. Emblazoned in distinctive hues and craft, these suits literally stack up a woman’s closet and more so, her wedding trousseau.
Speaking of which, bridal suits these days aren’t just confined to the traditional hues but, in fact, have treaded into the realms of every colour possible. And with so many colour options available, while it’s relatively easier to go all monotone, curating a hearty combination tends to get a wee bit difficult. We know monotone is in, yes, but to be honest, suits breathing in unique and stylish colour combinations look equally enthralling.
And to aid you in choosing that perfect colour combination for suits for yourself, we’ve created this quick lookbook jacketing some all time classic and some unique combinations.
Start scrolling and taking notes already!
Wine + Peacock Blue
A bold and unique colour combination for suits, Farihah’s outfit hues were such a different take on the classic bridal hues. Further replete with golden embroideries, the shades of wine and peacock blue looked absolutely marvelous.
Crimson + Steel Gray
Perfect for the brides who want to wear the traditional bridal hue with a tad bit of edge, crimson with any shade of grey for that matter always works. In fact, a bridesmaid who wants to wear red at her Bff’s ceremonies can also pull off this colour combination without having to worry about stealing the bride’s thunder!
Powder Blue + Rani Pink
A rather enchanting colour combination for your bridal Anarkalis, a shade of lighter blue amped up with a pop of pink looks super stunning. While the pastel hue brings about a contemporary vibe, the bridal hues add that touch of traditionalism that makes your outfit a perfectly balanced one.
Mint Green + Hot Pink
Perfect for the all out their Punjabi brides who love to wear bright colours, this latest colour combination for suits has won our hearts. Jaskirat slipped into this mint green and hot pink Banarasi gharara for her dhol and jaggo night and we believe, her outfit couldn’t have got perfect than this!
Burnt Orange + Chrome Yellow
The serenity of such whimsical hues is without a doubt unmatched. Pull off this peppy and elegant colour combination for your haldi or mehndi ceremony and you’re bound to grab all eyeballs for sure.
Violet + Pastel Grey
A dynamic colour combination for suits that a sartorial blend of vivid and muted, you cannot miss bookmarking this to your outfit mood boards. As much of a bold vibe the violet exudes, the muted grey embroideries and appliqués add that subdued grace!
Ivory + Indigo
A splendid summertime colour combination that never goes out of style, a white and Indigo hued outfit is what you need if you want to breathe in a carefree and breezy vibe. This combination would make for a great haldi outfit if you want to ditch the classic yellow and go a step ahead with unique.
Sea Green + Orange
A hearty colour combination that looks super spirited and refreshing, sea green with orange undoubtedly accounts for a great mehndi outfit idea. Whether you’re a bride or a bridesmaid, this colour combination would make for a good choice for either of the two.
Mustard + Gold
Go all eclectic yet classic in a mustard and gold hued suit for your haldi or mehndi ceremonies and be ready to get those heads turning. This latest colour combination is all about the right blend of traditional hues and that subtle bridal bling.
Peacock Blue + Turquoise
Teaming up a dark shade of blue with a lighter one is a combination that literally everybody swears by and hence, playing around those colours can never go wrong. Priyanshi paired her peacock blue peplum gharara with a dual toned dupatta highlighted with a wee bit of Turquoise and that’s exactly what made all the difference.
Lavender + Purple
Going all pretty in purple, Karen looked absolutely charming in her lavender and purple Anarkali. If you don’t want to go all monotone but, also don’t want to mix in distinctive colors, playing around with different hues of the same color palette is the trick to incorporate.
Deep Red + Teal
We love how this bride teamed up her deep red Anarkali suit with a printed dupatta that boasted of additional hues like teal. With of course, a dainty gold border. This colour combination, in fact, this ensemble itself makes for such a gorgeous pick for your pooja ceremonies, Sai Sandhya, or Mata Ki Chowki.
Orange + Magenta
A hep colour combination that’s bound to make you feel all peppy and lively, magenta and orange go together like two peas in a pod. Together they add that perfect tinch of zest to your look and of course, makes up for a pretty happy bridal combination.
Light Pink + Chrome Yellow
A super cheery and hearty colour combination for suits and for any ensemble for that matter, these hues together are perfect for an outdoor destination wedding. The infused prints further ups the vibe of the outfit my multifolds.
Coral + Beige + Pastel Blue
A harmonious and a beautiful blend of trending pastel hues with bedazzling mirror work, this outfit appeals to our style senses like no other. Going different hued for all the three pieces of your outfit never looked prettier!
Seafoam Green + Mauve
We have absolutely fallen in love with this surreal colour combination and of course, are totally vouching for it. For her engagement ceremony, real bride Shaweta donned this seafoam green and mauve hued floor-length Anarkali setting some major colour combination for suits goals.
White + Lime Green
Give a pop of an electric hue to your classic white with a peppy lime green dupatta and complementing embroideries for a super fancy yet subdued look. While teaming up whites with pastels always look amazing, going all out there with a rather bold and contrasting hue is what sets you apart sometimes!
Baby Pink + Ice Blue
A pretty pleasing and soothing colour combination, these sorbet hues are what you need to pick if you want to breathe in a mellow grace. This combination is so pristine and such a calm one to frolic in or simply look at!
Red + Sage Green
If you want to steer away from the classic mint and pink combination, then this alternative take of red and sage green is what you need. Irrelevant of the style of suit you choose, these shades together are only going to look pretty and nothing lesser than that!
Mustard + White
For a classic haldi outfit with a twist, instead of going for yellow along with white, opt for mustard. Going just a few shades darker on the color palette can do wonders to your ceremonial looks. And if you’re a bridesmaid, then this combination must make it to your inspiration kitty.
Mint Green + Fuchsia
And there ain’t no color that jazzes up a subtle mint green like fuchsia does. It’s the perfect electric to the green’s calm and adds umpteen to your bridal look.
Dusty Peach + Carrot Pink
We totally love such an eclectic colour combination that’s perfect for those day time wedding ceremonies and we absolutely vouch for this. Whether you’re a bride, a bridesmaid, or a wedding guest, this graceful look has to make it to your inspiration boards. Period.
Red + Ivory + Dark Green
Straight out of Sabyasachi’s collections, this edgy piece is the only mehndi outfit you would need to look your flamboyant best.
Lime Green + Powder Blue
A super soothing and rejuvenating colour combination for suits, this one should undoubtedly make it to your lists. A combination like this is perfect for a day mehndi ceremony or a ceremony by the beach.
Cherry Wine + Powder Pistachio
For your bright cherry wine, a dreamy powder pistachio green is the perfect choice. For how the two extremely opposite hues blend in maintaining a dreamy balance, we just had to add this latest colour combination to the list.
Muted Tangerine + Turquoise
A jazzy contrast to your subtle and pastel hued decor, this combination should be your go to if you desire a contrast with your sublime decor. Not just that but, this blend is perfect for that festive season so make sure to add it to your trousseaus.
Olive Green + Grey + Gold
An earthy colour combination for your mehndi ceremony or even normal wear, this combo couldn’t have got any more unique. It is purely remarkable and a suit in these hues must and absolutely must make it to your trousseau.
Turquoise + Hot Pink
A happening pick for all those upbeat wedding ceremonies or festivities, this colour combination is what every Punjabi woman definitely needs.
Magenta + Mud Brown
An offbeat colour combination for suits, this piece has made our eyes sparkle for sure. For how the bridal pink enhances the earthy hue, this combination is bound to get all the attention it deserves.
Midnight Blue + Mustard
Color blocking is an absolutely adorable trend that looks equally voguish in wedding fashion scenes as it does otherwise. This latest colour combination for suits is the perfect example of that and as exquisite it looks in the photo, it’s gonna look as opulent in real life, we’re sure.
Red + Pearl White
Whether you opt for a pearl white trouser or a beautiful white dupatta, this combination surely stands out in all its grace and simplicity while of course keeping up with that bridal quotient.
Chrome Yellow + Red
A rather chic pick for your fun haldi ceremony, ditch the usual yellow and slip into a mustard kurta with a dash of red to happily frolic about in an unmatched zest.
Emerald Green + Beige
A classic and evermore combination, emerald green and beige are probably even meant for each other. Opt for a lighter beige or a rather blingy one, if nothing else strikes, this combination will always work. It’s a savior tbh.
When it comes to curating colour combinations for suits, there’s literally so much you can do and so many hues you can experiment with. While these combinations would surely save you a lot of trouble we also suggest you use your own creative geniuses ‘cuz you might just end up creating a phenomenal combo for yourself. And also because, it’s fun playing with colours after all.