Jenni & Karen

What To Wear?!?

Although certainly not mandatory, we would love for our guests to dress in Indian chic (read: sari, salwar kameez, lehenga, sherwani, kurta pyjama) or 1950s doll/daddy-O (read: pencil skirt, swing skirt, cardigans, suits). Or your interpretations of either. Let's have some fun!!!

P.S. Guests will need to remove their shoes once inside the temple. Also, If you are wearing sleeveless or otherwise revealing clothing, please bring a shawl to cover your shoulders at the temple.

Rani (Indian princess)

Rani (Indian princess)

Break out the bangles and bindis! We would love to see the ladies decked out in colorful saris, salwar kameezes, and lehengas!

Raja (Indian prince)

Raja (Indian prince)

Gentlemen: this is your chance to dress like a prince! You can wear a sherwani or kurta pyjama and showcase your Indian chic style.

1950s doll

1950s doll

Have you ever wanted to be a pin-up girl for a day?!? Think pencil skirts, swing skirts, fun hats, feathers, big flowers, full-skirted dresses, or any other over-the-top vintage frocks!

1950s daddy-O

1950s daddy-O

This is your chance to channel your inner Don Draper! We would love to see some bow ties, nerdy cardigans, and swanky suits!