The woman in red ready to dab her world with the shade of vermilion, becoming one with her soulmate and looking at the world with happiness and glee or the lady in white walking down the aisle holding the hands of the man who gave her the opportunity to meet her better half?
Weddings are more about brides than grooms, Indians weddings most definitely remember the occasion by the brides outfit and jewellery rather than the ambiance or hospitality. That’s us, Indians for the world!
We celebrate the bride, we celebrate the groom; we celebrate weddings alike and the prospective bloom. A bride requires all the help she can get, put her wedding clothes into the mix and she crosses her finger for the jinx!
Helping you select your wedding apparel:
Weddings in this season are more about enamoring people with your taste and sense of fashion, this widely includes the ‘net’ variants – easy to handle, subtle yet eloquent on the eye.
It needn’t be red:
Rather than scarlet seduction it’s the season for pink perfection! With a cold shoulder blouse having filigree patterned embroidery in gold along the seams fabricated in pink silk matched with an ethnic kalidaar lehenga. The lehenga is embroidered with the finest of patterns accompanied by a dark pink colored net dupatta seamed along the lines with tassels galore.
Just what you have been looking for.
Fabric guide: – Blouse – art silk, Lehenga – art silk, Dupatta – net, non-padded.
That Zardozi look:
If its zardozi somethings are fixed to be associated with it. It’s the enchanting embroidery people talk about, your raw silk base to support that artistic masterpiece and the colour red – passion and perfection at its boldest. Team it with a heavily sequined, stone and bead work lehenga and you have got the fashion police drooling. A red net dupatta embroidered finishes the look like none other.
Fabric guide: – blouse – art silk, lehenga – art silk, dupatta – net, padded.
The golden heart with spunk and spark:
Raw silk lehenga in gold with a heavily embroidered blouse in beige balancing the glimmer of gold. Half sleeved velvet blouse with floral embroidery donning the emerald green piece of intricacy accompanied by a mint green dupatta. Sequined butti with four-sided rich borders of the dupatta add to the grandiosity of the lehenga.
Fabric guide: – Blouse – velvet, lehenga – raw silk, dupatta – padded.
The satin set:
Pistachio green lehenga in net and set weaved together with intricacies of golden sequined embroidery and a matching net dupatta. What can your imagination ask for? Navy blue blouse in velvet with intricate golden sequins and a reshami floral embroidered at the front and back. Its heaven. Pair it with a blue flared velvet lehenga skirt, hand embroidered with floral sequin in gold and has pink resham all over the ghera. Peach colored Swiss net dupatta with butti and rich embroidered border on all four sides adds to the glamour of the dress.
This had me fawning over and over like an excited bride! Wedding are indeed a one time event, make them memorable.
Image Source: Flyrobe
Author: The Fashion and City
Hi!! I am Swarupa. A fun loving girl, Leo, trend follower, mad for fashion, desert lover and most important a crazy animal lover.