With the wedding season coming up, all would-be brides must be looking for Indian designer bridal wear for inspirations and ideas for their wedding trousseau. As the top designers have recently launched their new collection, we thought to share some top Indian designer’s bridal collection that can help you get the perfect outfit for your big day!
Reynu Taandon's ‘Cyan’
As the name suggests “Cyan” collection has Indian designer bridal wear with greens and blue hues of a peacock. Reynu Taandon has beautifully used an array of elements and has made every piece of its collections stand out from one another. With foil printing, hand work, mirror and thread work, this collection has adorned every color in a unique way and highlights the shades of Indian monsoon with aqua blues and greens.
All those brides who likes experimenting with colors, this is what you need to look for!
Manav Gangwani's ‘India at 70’
India at 70 is a blend of the rich heritage of India along with modern elements that are perfect for Indian wedding festivities. With a low-cut blouse, you can get an edgy look and at the same time motif embellishments will give you a traditional bride look as well. Gold detailing gives a royal feel whereas the fresh colors such as orange, crimson and royal blue induce the fragrance of India.
The 90s themed wedding is trending these days and ‘India at 70’ has it all to make it look grand and opulent!
Manish Malhotra ‘Sensual Affair’
With modern silhouettes, voluminous skirts, sequin work, feathers and beads, ‘Sensual Affair’ is an ideal collection of Indian designer bridal dresses especially for receptions & engagements. With neutral color tones and champagnes hues and Zardozi work, this collection is for modern brides looking for luxury fused with tradition.
Anju Modi ‘Sunehri Kothi’
‘Sunehri Kothi’ is inspired by the miniature art of Kishangarh and thus has a royal touch and Rajputana pride of Rajasthan. This collection has nostalgic contrasts of colors that will revive your memories of watching your parents wedding album. With rich textures and velvets in bold colors, Anju Modi has brought the vintage era back through this collection.
Subtle shades in softer tones such as pale yellows, peach pinks and pistachio greens are also seen which are breezy and ideal for a day wedding. If you are planning a 90s themed wedding, this designer collection is another great option to consider!
Anita Dongre’s ‘Tree of Love’
Anita Dongre’s Tree of Love collection is all about chic and classy looks with deep V-necks, velvets and obi-belt blouses. This Indian designer bridal lehenga collection is inspired from nature and excessive use of gotta patti has been used on silks to emulate khejri trees.
The color palette of this collection has ink blues, deep maroon, olive greens and fuchsia detailing, all perfect for the upcoming winter wedding season!
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