The bridal season being just around the corner, we are all geared up for attending the festivities.
The bride’s to be are preoccupied with how to get the perfect look, how to decide over the perfect outfit or the perfect makeover.
Here we’ll give you all some fantastic destressers and tips to manage all your trouble related to dressing and outfits.
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Bridal Dress Designs
Brocade Lehenga Designs
Lehengas are the signature bridal wear worn almost over all the north Indian states. You can purchase them or get them designed in innovative designs and deck them up with kundan, pearl, gold or other gemmed jewellery.
The newest lehenga designs to be in trend in 2016 are some of the brocade lehenga’s in pastel shades and stone studded fishtail lehenga’s in shades of red and pink.
Pastel lehenga’s for this season are available over a base cloth of chiffon, georgette or crepe silk in pastel shades of green, pink, blue or orange thickly brocaded over with minute embroidery of gold and silver thread or stitched over with laces and pearls.
The fishtail bridal lehenga’s are heavily embroidered in linear patterns mostly over the skirt area in kundan and other coloured stones. The dupattas and the skirt pieces are mostly dyed in two contrast colours to go along with each other.
Over different areas of the country different kinds of bridal sarees have prevalence, like for the brides of Bengal minakari benarasi sarees with some coloured motifs over the zari work or sarees with oxidized zari work in a matt finish have come to trend this season.
Whereas for the south brides we find various variants of the kanjivaram. The one’s to be in recent trend are the sarees in colour combinations of around three to four shades with a sheeny gold thread finish over the entire cloth along with the big prominent motifs spread out over the entire body.
There is a huge influx of bridal red and white paneter sarees in upada silk brocaded over with a rich work of kundan stones and coloured zari’s for the brides of Gujarat.
Whereas for the brides of Assam, Assamese muga silk bridal sarees in a variety of deep shades moving away from the conventional white’s and mustards done up with a huge number of coloured thread and zari or handloom motifs are becoming the trend.
Paithani’s in the traditional nauvari style have taken over the Marathi brides all over again and are back with a boom after Bollywood showcased the nauvari in many of its recent movies.
The gowns to be in vogue for the Indian brides are coming in contemporary designs done over flowy French chiffons or nets in a variety of pastel or dark shades of fiery oranges, emerald greens, honey yellows and Prussian blues, immaculately sewn with a lot of intricate pearls, beads, shimmer, lace and ribbon work.
There is a huge demand for off shoulders and capbell sleeves along with bottoms sewn in a variety of flows and cuts with lace or gota patches sewn all over.
These are perfect to be worn for receptions and pre-wedding shoots other than weddings.
The above mentioned are evergreen designs which are brought back every year with a few variations and minute transformations to reign over our bridal outfit choices.