Fashion Trends Spotted At FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week

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Fashion Trends Spotted At Lakmé Fashion Week - Wedding Affair

The glamorous fashion event of the Fashion Design Council of India, Lakmé Fashion Week kick-started from 11th October 2023 to 15th October 2023 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The event was a blend of high-end fashion, glamour and entertainment. Many top-notch designers showcased their exquisite collections on the runway. Many B-town actors like Kiara Advani, Rakul Preet, Tamannaah Bhatia and Tara Sutaria turned showstoppers for the renowned designers and elevated the beauty and glitz of the event to new levels. The event also witnessed some major fashion trends that will be a hit in this wedding-festive event. Continue reading the article to know what they are. 

Fashion Trends That You Cannot Miss This Wedding-Festive Season!

Ivory Is The New Red 

Ivory Attires, Lakmé Fashion Week

The runway saw various showstoppers and models adorning ivory-hued attires. From lehenga to saree many attires were in this serene colour. Ditching the usual red bridal attires, many celebrity brides like Parineeti Chopra, Kiara Advani, Athiya Shetty and Alia Bhatt chose pastel colours for their big day, this already gave us a hint that nude colours will be trending this wedding-festive season. You can either go for colourful gemstone statement jewellery with pastel shades or keep it minimal with complementing diamond jewellery. 

Blingy Pant Suits 

Kriti Kharbanda At Lakmé Fashion Week

If you haven’t realized it yet let us tell you, pantsuits are in vogue now. The Lakmé Fashion Week runway saw various celebrities adorning this Western outfit with a hint of traditional beauty. Embroidered pant suits and pant suits with embellishments in subtle colours like ivory, pale blue and white were seen on the runways. You can also opt for bright-coloured pant suits with minimal designs and embellishments that are perfect for the festive-wedding season. Sequins, laces, frills and organza accents can make your attire look dapper. This comfortable attire is perfect to wear for your sangeet or cocktail function where you will be dancing all night. 

The Allure Of Thigh-High Slits 

Thigh-High Slits

Thigh-High Slit At Lakmé Fashion Week

Thigh-high slits add a bold and alluring touch to your look. These bold cuts elevate your feminine fascination. The Lakmé Fashion Week runways saw various celebs and models flaunting this fashion trend. This fashion trend can also be accompanied with your lehenga for the ultra-modern bride vibes. The tip is to go for subtle coloured outfits with blingy designs. A vibrant colour lehenga with heavy designs and a slit will make the outfit look too much. Opt for a modern yet sophisticated aesthetic by opting for minimal hues. 

More Is More 

More Is More

Heavily Embroidered Lehenga At Lakmé Fashion Week

We are leaving the ‘Less is more’ fashion trend at the bay and we are going OTT (over-the-top) this wedding-festive season. The fashion event saw many designers showcase their opulent collections filled with intricate craftsmanship and meticulous designs on the runway. Many Bollywood actresses who turned showstoppers for these renowned designers were seen accentuating heavily embroidered lehenga. The silhouettes were lavished with different forms of karigari. From fascinating embroidery techniques and heavy embellishments to meticulous craftsmanship and exquisite designs, the runway was filled with top-notch fashion extravaganza. Some fashion karigari that you can opt for this wedding-festive season are – chikankari, zardosi, aari, banjara, gota, kantha, phulkari, mirrorwork, Kashmiri and many more. 

Bold Beautiful Prints And Colours 

Bold Beautiful Prints And Colours

Bold Beautiful Prints At Lakmé Fashion Week

The wedding-festive season is bland if it does not have lots of vibrant colours and prints in it, isn’t it? The Gujjus will agree that the festive season is synonymous with an array of captivating colours. The star-studded fashion runway witnessed fuchsia colour with orange, and marigold tones with shades of blue, red, vermilion, emerald, gulaabi, turquoise and purple hues. Traditional prints like bandhani and leheriya inspired by Jaipur architecture took centre stage. Striking prints with dark colours were also adorned by many models on the runway. Prints that will add a dash of traditional elegance to your attire are –bandhani, leheriya, jamdani, kalamkari, ajrak and many more.