As soon as the engagement is announced, it’s the planning of the honeymoon that most people get busy in. After all, a honeymoon is a fantastic way for a couple to start their wonderful life journey together. A newly wed bride would want to look like a million bucks on her honeymoon. Hence, it’s essential she well plans her wardrobe for this romantic getaway.

Unlike a wedding attire which always constitute of heavy embroidery, brocade or stones, a honeymoon attire largely depends on the destination a couple chooses. Let us tell you how to dress on your honeymoon as per the destination.

Beachy Affair

If you are headed out for a beach honeymoon, you can think of cottons or cotton blends.

Bright and light is the rule at the beach

Fun under the sun at the beach (Source)

Clothes:

If you are blessed with the perfect curves, flaunt your body in a bikini in floral or polka dots. For all those who don’t know, one-piece swimsuit is back in fashion, which flatters the curvaceous Indian women the most.
A multi-coloured sarong or kaftan comes in handy while you are lounging on the sun deck or on the sand. A white see-through shirt or a crocheted top over a colourful bikini makes you look like the ultimate beach Goddess.
Tank tops, halter tops or bustiers over shorts and breezy skirts add the right oomph in the afternoon heat or for those crazy pool/beach parties.
In the evenings, a maxi dress in nautical stripes, short dresses or pants can give you the right touch of sophistication for a romantic meal at your resort.
Accessories:

Sunblock with high SPF is must on a beach honeymoon

Necessary accessory for beach honeymoon

Carry a smart tote that can accommodate your sunglasses, sunblock, wet wipes, etc.
Wear beads, shell or stone accessories that do not react with your skin when you perspire.
And, do carry a fedora hat to cover that pretty head.
For your feet, wear a pair of flip flops at the beach and a pair of gladiator sandals in metallic shades for your evening escapades.
Sunglasses in funky colours and designs push up the glam quotient.
High in the Mountains

For a honeymoon in the mountains, you need layers of clothing as it not only adds the style quotient, but also keeps you warm.

Skivvy is hot this season

Comfy and stylish (Source)

Clothes

Invest in good inner thermal wear that will let you experiment with different style of clothes without adding bulk to your frame.
Wear denim overalls with smart skivvies or pair warm leggings with full sleeved shirts or high-neck tops. Look interesting with a jumpsuit in darker shades.
Lastly, add a fur coat or jacket to complete the look.
Accessories

Caps and gloves add to the style quotient and keep you warm too

Honeymoon in the mountains

Drape a colourful stole or a scarf around your neck (in various ways) for that splash of colour.
Flaunt your style in leather or suede boots, knitted gloves and hats, and bags.
Sun,Sand and some Fun

A desert as a honeymoon destination can be quite challenging, but if you are well equipped with the right clothes and accesseries, it’s not that difficult to beat the heat.

A honeymoon in a desert can be a lot of fun in the sand

Desert fashion, honeymoon wear

Clothes

For starters, wear only cottons and linens that let your skin breathe.
Wear roomy outfits like floral tunics, loose tops, palazzo pants and linen pants that don’t stick to your skin.
Throw all dark and saturated colours out, and invest only in whites and light pastel shades that soothe the eyes.
Accessories

Tie and dye bandana

Tie and dye bandana, gypsy honeymoon fashion (Source)

With clothes of subdued colours, add the required punch with colourful accessories.
Wear ethnic neckpieces and earrings, bracelets and anklets.
Tie your hair in a tie and dye bandana to shield your hair from excessive sunlight. It also lends a chic and bohemian air to your overall look.
Let your feet breathe in strappy sandals.
Do not forget those aviators or cateye sunglasses for that uber cool look.