Brides-To-Be, Take Notes for Ultimate Bridal Trousseau Checklist NOW!

Getting married soon and trousseau planning is bringing the bridezilla out? We know the feeling! Historically, the bridal trousseau has everything that a new bride will need in life post marriage. From sarees, lehengas, casual wear, jewellery and more – it’s all things new for a life that you are starting anew.

It’s time to upgrade your trousseau-packing game with Mirraw Luxe. Browse for outfits and accessories from your favorite designers from the comfort of your home. Read on!


Deciding what to wear for the numerous family get-togethers post wedding, the endless functions and pujas can be tough but you know you can never go wrong with sarees. From traditional Banarasis to the gorgeous chiffons and organza, the options are truly endless.

Designer: RAR Studio

Light-weight lehengas:

The chic style and ease of light-weight lehengas makes them a great addition to your trousseau. We feel every bride needs to take at least 2-3 ethnic dresses in their trousseau. They are perfect to add more cheer to your festive look.

Designer: Chamee & Palak

Heavy suits:

It’s always best to have a few heavy weight lehengas and anarkalis handy. Every bride should carry about 5-6 suits with heavy embroidery to wear to parties and other special occasions. Choose them as per what suits you and what makes you feel comfortable.

Designer: Kalighata

Ethnic Jackets:

Amp up your post wedding fashion with ethnic jackets. Wear it with a lehenga or add it to your saree, you are sure to make heads turn. After all, that’s what every bride wants, isn’t it? Pack at least 2-3 of such jackets.

Designer: Rina Dhaka

Salwar Kameez & Kurtas:

Heading back to work after the wedding? You will need some staples for your daily-wear too. Palazzos, churidars, and kurtis are among the basics we suggest you invest in. These suits are simple enough to wear to the office, on a day out, or for grocery shopping. Carry as many of them as possible!

Designer: Ranian


Traditional or ethnic attire is no longer the only attire worn by brides. We recommend carrying a few pairs of jeans, tees, skirts, tops, and Indo-western dresses with you for any casual outing with friends, honeymoon, etc. Change your style by adding fresh and intriguing colours, silhouettes, and designs to your wardrobe.

Designer: Charkhee

Maxi dresses:

Fashion and comfort go hand in hand with maxi dresses. Choose a few flowing outfits to keep things simple and beautiful. When you want to keep things simple and comfortable while still turning heads, these dresses are a lifesaver.

Designer: Pallavi Jaipur


For clothing, it is important to have both heavy and light pieces of jewellery and accessories, along with classic and contemporary sets.  While shopping, be on the lookout for rings with big faces and oxidized jewellery, as these will add an individual touch to your ensemble and pair well with your everyday outfits.

Designer: Joules by Radhika


Always perplexed as to what sort of footwear you should include in your trousseau ?

Choose heels for ethnic & contemporary outfits – few in solid colors and a few with shimmer and zardozi work. A pair of flats are needed for dull days or casual outings.  Match your new outfit with a variety of colours and designs.

Designer: Tiesta

Bags & clutches:

Bags are very important to keep all our important and necessary items in reach like mobile phone and a wallet. Pack at least three to four purses and clutches, including one or two for parties and gatherings. Make sure you choose your colours carefully to complement your clothing.

Designer: A clutch story

This bridal trousseau checklist is intended to assist you in making this process smoother. Find your style on Happy Shopping!


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