The grand affair that a wedding is in India makes everyone fall in love with the wedding season. Who does not love the grandeur associated with a wedding. While wedding is in fact the most special time for any girl, she is bound to be equally worried. The makeup, hairstyle, jewellery, shoe, venue, bridal trousseau and a zillion other things leave the bride gasping for breath. In the last couple of years, the Ethinic fashion trends for brides have evolved and changed. To keep a style check, it is important that the would be bride keeps a check on the latest fashion trends for this wedding season. Here is a style guide routine for brides who want to embrace the latest in fashion trends for brides:
Ditch the usual red lehengas and heavy designer Sarees this wedding season. Opt for western gowns or fusion gowns. Western gowns bear a touch of contemporary fashion, they are comfortable to carry, chic and are a fresh change from the traditional look. If you want to wear traditional outfit on the wedding day, pick from western gowns for engagement ceremony or mehndi or any other pre-wedding function.
This again is a fusion wear concept. Wearing jackets with Indian ethnic wear is one of the hottest fashion trends. A jacket goes well with a Lehenga, saree, anarkali, straight suit or even gowns. You can choose from short jacket, long jacket or medium length jackets. Embellished jackets on simple lehengas, embroidered short jackets on anarkali suits or jacket style blouse with Sarees, use your imagination and evolve a new look for wedding season exclusively for you.
In many of designer bridal wear collection for 2015, the trend to use an array of colors or employ color blocking is a common sight. The work on the wedding season outfits is not heavy but there is generous use of colors. Along with this, many designers have shown love for using unusual color combinations in the outfits, which is a great shift from the regular color combinations we see in ethnic wear.
The butta work and the nature inspired patterns and embroidery work are still hot but geometrical print design and floral are something that are really stealing the spotlight. The lovely geometrical prints are again a proof of the fact that the evolution of the modern ethnic wear is well on its way. Floral design, of course never goes out of trend and the latest collection of bridal wear seconds this.
Cropped blouses are a bold new way to give a sensuous touch to the bridal look. The modern Indian bride does not stick to the usual draping style, cuts and patterns, she is alluring and she makes no bones about it. The modern Indian bride is comfortable in her own skin and does not shy away from experimenting even if it is her bridal outfit. I absolutely loves the cropped choli with Lehenga Aditi Rao Haydri wore at one of Fashion Week; she looked like the perfect mix of sexy and classy.