Excitement and panic go together when you are planning a wedding. There is a certain thrill about being decked up as a fine Indian princess; but alongside the fun is the stress of finding perfect wedding outfits for all functions. After a while, every outfit begins to look the same, and that’s something you want to avoid. Choosing elegant, unique styles for different wedding functions can be a challenge, but it isn’t impossible. Here are three bridal trends that will ensure you have uniquely gorgeous looks for all your functions.
1) Deeply Traditional
Indian weddings are rooted in tradition and age-old customs hold great significance. Wearing red bridal wear is one such custom which every bride embraces with joy. Within this beautiful tradition, a bride can find amazing styles, which she can enhance with an eclectic set of bridal jewellery. From rich zardozi work on bridal wear to meticulous stone studded bridal lehengas and cholis, on Ninecolours and YouDesign you will find inspiring bridal attires that take tradition to whole new levels.
2) Glowing Pastels
Many well-known Indian Fashion designers are creating never-before-seen combinations of colours and work in their designer bridal wear range. One trend you will adore is bridal outfits in soft hues of pastels, complemented with shimmering sequins, zari, thread and stone work. Pastel bridal lehengas and cholis have a wonderful youthful quality to them, and the rich embroidery and embellishments make them perfect for big occasions like weddings. Finding such designer bridal wear, along with designer bridal sarees, is easy on Ninecolours, or you can get it customised on YouDesign.
3) Fusion Vibes
Fresh and quirky, fusion outfits are perfect for a fun sangeet. Since they are super comfortable to wear you can enjoy the evening without feeling weighed down, which is often the case with other outfits like heavy lehengas. Moreover, different cuts and patterns in Fusion Bridal Wear ensures your look is completely different from the rest and that you stand out as a fashion diva.