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Trends come and go. If there is one place where all the latest trends are very visible, it is an Indian wedding. From the bride to her bridesmaids, all love to experiment with the latest trends and styles.
Thanks to the Bridal Fashion Weeks and the Bridal Couture Weeks, brides nowadays, do not have to go hunting for the latest trends. Right from the ramp to the wedding trousseau- that is the way we rock now.
While you gear up for the wedding season this year, allow us to show you some terrific wedding fashion trends that you should try.
Gone are the days when only bold embroidery and bling were associated with bridal wear. The latest fad is bold and subdued prints. They come in a variety of materials and the fashion weeks show some really good pieces by various ace bridal designers. We personally think this trend is here to stay!
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Well, printed or embroidery, the floral trend is here to stay. Ladies, you can now embrace your feminine side in these floral lehengas and salwars. One can never have enough of this trend. We think you will love these outfits by Varun Bahl and Monisha Jaising.
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Well, for the bold and bright out there, what better than the latest neon trends in ghagras? Have a look at this collection we have selected out for you. Our personal favourite is the Neeta Lulla ensemble worn by Nishika Lulla. We think it is adorable rather than being loud.
Wearing coordinated and contrasts are a thing of the past. The latest bridal trend is to go monochrome, which is a single colour for the choli, ghagra and dupatta. Assembled with some statement jewellery, this look is sure to dazzle this wedding season. Have a look at these ensembles by Rimple & Harpreet, Tarun Tahiliani and Sabyasachi Mukherjee at the Amazon India Couture Week 2015.
Let us bring for you another trend this season- the high neck blouses. Gone are the days when brides preferred a deeper neckline to show off their jewellery and a slender neck. The brides now are bold enough to embrace this trend. Have a look at our picks from Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Manish Malhotra, and Anju Modi.
The latest bridal trend definitely has the long cholis with heavy embroidery work. As compared to the short cholis, the ghagras of these long ones are kept minimal and with little or no embroidery. Have a look at these pieces by JJ Valaya and Kavita Bhartia at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Summer-Spring, 2015.
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Yes, ladies, it is official! Brown has replaced red in the bridal trousseau. We have had enough of reds right from the times of our grandmother! Brown is taking over the bridal trousseau in a big manner. Have a look at our favourite ensembles from Monisha Jaising and Manish Malhotra to fall in love with this trend.
Soft subtle prints and floral designs are not the only feminine trends this season. Powder pastel colour lehengas and salwars are making it big on the ramp, and we think it is perfect for this wedding season. We see that the trend this season is to embrace all things feminine in textures and yet portray the boldness in design. Have a look at these ensembles from Tarun Tahliani, Meera Muzzafar Ali, and Divya Reddy.
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This trend kicked off last season with Arpita Mehta and Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika, but was taken to the bridal ramp extensively this season by Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla, and Manish Malhotra.
For those who want to experiment the western gown for their bridal trousseau, we have the perfect blend of western and Indian designs from the ramp. Never before were the fusion gowns so much in trend. Have a look at these ensembles from Falguni & Shane Peacock at the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015.
Yes, you heard that right! Metallic finish is making it big this wedding season. Have a look at some of these unique ensembles from Shantanu & Nikhil, Tarun Tahlianai, and Rimple & Harpreet Narula at BMW India Bridal Fashion Week 2015.
Yellow is coming back this season and we think it is the wave of feminine trend yet again. Yellows were always too bold for the brides till now. Well, we think it is time for some change. Have a look at these terrific ensembles from Anushree Reddy and Anju Modi.
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Traditional sarees are coming with fusion trends and blouses this season. Have a look and judge yourself. We personally love these ensembles by Gaurang Shah, and Ashima and Leena.
Do not hesitate to try something new this wedding season. We have found some really breathtaking ensembles by Payal Singhal and Manish Malhotra.
The final trend we bring to you might make you alarmed. Yes, black is not a taboo anymore! If you consider that wearing black on your wedding day is inauspicious, you can always wear it for your cocktail or any other function. Look at the finds we have from the collections of Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, and Varun Bahl.
We think feminine trends like subtle prints, pastel colours, and floral designs are in vogue. Now that you are equipped with the know-how of this season’s latest bridal trends- go and indulge in some bridal shopping.
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