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The wedding outfit is of utmost importance for the bride as it becomes an evitable part of a memory preserved till posterity. While many brides opt for an outfit that twins with the one worn by their groom, some others may wish for going extravagant and surprise everyone with their glamourous and utterly unique sartorial pick for the day. However, while there should not be any disparity between any bride and her choice of outfits, our society has seldom seen a situation when curvy brides have faced the difficulty of finding the perfect designer ensemble for their wedding.
The primary reason behind a curvy bride finding it difficult to find an outfit of their dreams is majorly because of the size-specific bridal fashion our society is limited with. However, with time, this problem has also been resolved as many leading fashion labels and eminent designers have come up with outfits that have no size boundaries, and have a body-positive approach towards fashion. Well then, check out these beautiful curvy brides who have rocked in their gorgeous designer-made wedding ensembles!
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The curvy bride chose a whimsical and abstract floral printed beige-hued saree from the shelves of eminent fashion designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee for her engagement ceremony. The saree had contrasting floral-printed motifs in brown all over it. She paired it with a statement black-hued waist belt that featured the iconic tiger logo in gold of the popular fashion brand. The bride kept her wavy tresses open and opted for a smokey eye makeup. Statement jhumkas and other oxidised silver jewellery amped her look.
Another Sabyasachi bride, she opted for a crimson red-hued lehenga that had stunning zari and golden threadwork all over it. While the skirt had broad hand-embroidered panels at the hemline, her choli had small threaded floral buttis all throughout. The curvy bride draped double zari-worked dupattas and complemented her look with gold jewellery and kaleeras.
The curvy bride looked absolutely regal in a beige-toned, heavily embellished lehenga from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. A part of the designer’s Navratna collection, the lehenga featured multi-coloured square motifs on the skirt, as well as similar minute embellishments across the borders. She accessorised her look with traditional heavy jewellery that included bangles and kadas, a heavy choker, a maang-teeka and a nose ring.
The Sabyasachi bride opted for a silver sequinned cocktail saree for her engagement ceremony. She paired it with a white-hued, round neck blouse. She opted for stunning uncut diamond jewellery, that included a heavy neckpiece and matching earrings. She accessorised her hair with a sleek diamond chain and tied a top bun. Smokey eyes, bold lips and a bouquet of fresh flowers completed her look.
The Sabyasachi bride looked the happiest girl for her wedding in a pastel pink-hued lehenga that featured stunning dull gold-hued tilla work all over it. It also featured stunning golden embroidery details. She paired her look with uncut diamond jewellery. Open tresses, dewy makeup and henna-clad hands completed her look.
The Sabyasachi bride looked totally royal in a maroon-hued velvet lehenga. The outfit was a perfect amalgamation of elegance and beauty. While her skirt featured heavy lace and zardosi floral embroidery, her choli featured minute sequin work. She paired it with double dupattas; one a plain velvet one and the other being a sheer chiffon one.
The curvy bride looked gorgeous in a red-hued banarasi silk saree from the shelves of eminent designer, Manish Malhotra. The outfit featured floral zari embroidery in silver, which brings out the classic beauty of a silk saree. She accessorised her look with heavy traditional kundan jewellery, which included a passa, maang-teeka, necklace and matching jhumka earrings.
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The Anita Dongre bride opted for a baby pink-hued heavily embellished lehenga, which featured minute blingy sequins and crystal work all over it. She paired her outfit with two sheer dupattas, one nicely pinned on her shoulder and the other draped over her head. She completed her look with gold jewellery that had stunning pearl drops at the end.
The curvy bride ditched the traditional red and opted for a white-hued lehenga, that featured hand-painted floral motifs. Her A-line choli had a boat neckline, and she paired it with a muted gold and ivory-hued sheer dupatta. She tied her hair in a loose bun and tucked in flowers to adorn it. Her stunning pearl jewellery was unmissable.
The bride opted for a bright red and gold-hued banarasi saree from the shelves of Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The saree featured a broad golden-hued brocade border, and contrasted it with a plain simple red-hued half-sleeved blouse. She draped a matching sheer red-hued chiffon dupatta on her head, and wore pearl and kundan jewellery.
The bride donned a red-hued heavily embroidered lehenga from the shelves of ace fashion designer, Anamika Khanna. The entire outfit featured stunning floral embroidery in red and gold, giving it a rich appeal. She paired her outfit with heavy jewellery that included a rani haar. Glam makeup and kohl-rimmed eyes accentuated her look.
The Sabyasachi bride looked ethereal in a maroon-hued lehenga that featured gorgeous zardosi motifs and embroidery all over it. The gold-hued embroidery enhanced the glow of the outfit, making it extremely eye candy for the bride. She paired her lehenga with a matching plain dupatta. Bold eyes and traditional jewellery completed her look.
The Sabyasachi bride looked stunning in a crimson red-hued lehenga that featured different styles of golden hand-stitched embroidery work all over it. She paired it with a round-neck choli that featured golden vine embroidery. She completed her look with bespoke gold jewellery, that included a heavy neckpiece, maang-teeka, baju-bandh, matha-patti and matching earrings.
The Sabyasachi bride looked every bit royal in a magenta-hued velvet lehenga for her wedding. Her skirt featured heavy zardosi embroidery all over it, while her choli had stunning zari-woven buttis. She kept her tresses open, and draped a matching velvet dupatta on her head. Heavy jewellery pieces and glam makeup completed her look.
The bride chose a rani pink-hued lehenga from Anita Dongre. Her outfit featured golden-hued zari-worked embroidery and buttis. She paired it with a matching dupatta that featured broad lace borders and golden thread embroidery. Minimal makeup, traditional jewellery and her bright smile amped her look.
The Manish Malhotra bride looked elegant in a red-hued lehenga, that featured golden and white-hued intricate embroidery. She paired it with a matching three-quartered choli that had a short, v-neckline. She draped her lehenga with white-hued sheer double dupattas. She accessorised her outfit with kundan jewellery and looked gorgeous.
The Anamika Khanna bride donned a deep pink-hued lehenga for her wedding. Her outfit featured heavy golden embellishments and embroidery work. She draped two different dupattas, a matching one over her head and a sheer white-hued chiffon one across her shoulder. She completed her look with uncut diamond and pearl jewellery.
The bride looked gorgeous in a brown-hued silk lehenga for her wedding. Her outfit featured contrasting golden and pink-hued hand-embroidery motifs. She carried double dupattas, both of which were heavily embroidered and featured a broad lace border. She carried a bright pink-hued heart-shaped purse, and flaunted her golden chooda.
The Sabyasachi bride opted for a minimalist look in a plain red-hued lehenga. The entire outfit did not feature any embellishments or threadwork, except for the stunning borders of her dupatta and the sleeves of her three-quartered choli. She kept her tresses open, and donned heavy jewellery. Kohl-rimmed eyes and dewy makeup accentuated her look.
The Sabyasachi bride recreated the reception look of Deepika Padukone in her wedding ensemble. She wore a bright red and gold-hued lehenga, that featured Sanskrit blessings inscribed on the sleeves of her choli. Her dupatta featured golden-hued butti work, which enhanced her overall look. Rose-tucked hair bun, kohl-rimmed eyes and heavy jewellery amped her look.
We love how these curvy brides redefined bridal fashion! What about you? Let us know!
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