If you want to find the defining qualities of the millennial Indian bride, the attributes of individuality, risk-taking, boldness and unconventionality stand at the top of the list. It only follows that this bride is not just a clone of her predecessors. She dresses up for more than that perfect portrait for her gram. This bride wants her clothing repertoire to be a story of her personality and sensibility; She wants her sets to be as comfortable as they are stylish. That it is not a question of choosing the heavier outfit of the store, what should you pay attention to? Vogue draws attention to all the trends you need to capture images as you tie the knot this year.
Although there is a tribe of brides who can not imagine at their wedding to be anything but crimson, there is a growing group that can hardly wait. Delicate pastel tones have become an obvious winner. With Indian bridal jewelry as the quintessential “plus plus plus”, the soft tones bring the overall picture into balance. For example: Anushka Sharma and Neha Dhupia both married pink Lehengas, while Sonam K Ahuja chose an ivory-colored Chikankari Lehenga for his Mehandi feature. The city’s new bride, Shloka Mehta, was seen in her allusions of delicate pink, dust pink, and gray gold at her many engagement parties.
Tarun Tahiliani defended Powder Blue, Rouge Pink and Nude at the last shows, while Rahul Mishra and Gaurav Gupta focused on menthol tones. Rose quartz, rose, peach, ivory, and gold are the best choices for Pheras, and this color story can easily be extended to other marriage functions, such as a pistachio green sari for a puja, a purple-gray leopard with metallic accents. for the Sangeet and a pale yellow shark narcissus for the Mehandi.
The Dupatta 2.0
After the rebirth of the blouses, it’s the Dupatta’s turn. No longer treated as an addendum, designers reorganize this cloth to add extra visual interest to bridal looks. Sabyasachi’s summer collection includes striped, floral and Benarasi dupattas that often contrast with lehenga. Manish Malhotra’s fringed Dupattas, especially for Lehengas cocktails, are like stoles that you can lay around your arms while their quilted Dupattas promise comfort without hands. Tarun Tahiliani’s collection was all about gossip tulle dupattas without weights.
Blouses with second skin
While the bride in question is aware of the traditions but is modern in her point of view, she is unwilling to remain true to her looks for any event on her wedding invitation. The second-shirt blouses with their strategically transparent panels give him the perfect opportunity to improve the sex appeal without being scandalous. The stunning details of Tarun Tahiliani and Manish Malhotra on their blouses create the illusion that they are sewn directly onto the skin and that they are better off marrying high-waisted Lehengas and barely visible Dupattas. Ideally, remove the collar and wear it with a large shawl.
The veil is an important part of the usual bridal outfit in India and is draped over the head during feathers. This fabric strip gives the look its final look and distinguishes the bride from the overwhelmed wedding guests. A soft, translucent veil works better and shows your hairstyle. Keep the veil in the same color family as your Lehenga by using some lighter or darker tones for added effect.
Jewelry for a queen
The wedding is often portrayed as the princess moment of the bride. And the bride 2018 piles on the jewels, to leave no doubt. In the wake of Deepika Padukone in Padmaavat, the trend is strong in favor of royal jewelry. This has also led to the revival of several styles, such as Aad Chokers, Haslis, stacked gajra bangles, oversized naths, matha paws, temple jewels, and stacked polki necklaces.
The art of restraint
The modern bride wants to look like a sophisticated, not a model. It is not her M. to rely on elements when she attacked the last wedding show in town. She would prefer if any aspect of her repertoire would emerge, so if the earrings are OTT she will skip the necklace; If the lehenga is loaded with embroidery, the blouse will be easy.
Shyamal and Bhumika
Notes of nostalgia
The brides of today are heavily involved in the design process. They are not satisfied with the most beautiful lehenga of the rack. They prefer to personalize their keychain with personalized additions, bearing family heirlooms: it’s his grandmother’s Benarasi dupatta, paired with a brand new lehenga or his mother’s wedding jewelry, which is worn for one of the functions. , For example, Anuradha Vakil’s Kapoor Homewear featured vintage borders owned by her mother and the Maang tikka she wore the next day.