Some gorgeous trends in Wedding Couture

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Anita Dongre

Aren’t winter weddings the dreamiest and the prettiest? Chirpy bridesmaids, perfect wedding plans, soothing destinations, and overall festive atmosphere – it all sounds so good. Light, happy and lively colours go so well with this kind of atmosphere. We have enlisted the best of today’s wedding couture. Indian couture designers have a way with wedding fashion. And what they are up to these days? We have their best trends enlisted for you!

If you too are having a winter wedding this season, or are definitely going to attend one, we have some wedding/bridal wear trends for you that will help you select your outfits better. Here Wedding Affair has listed our top five wedding couture outfits’ trends for this season –

Coral Flush by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla

Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla have been known for their beautiful, intricate bridal couture and trendy festive wear. You can trust them with the utmost creativity in your wedding outfits. The latest collection by the designer duo flaunts Shweta Bachchan Nanda in a gorgeous embroidered lehenga with deep wine colour oozing out in the entire outfit. But what stands out is that lighter coloured side-dupatta. Also, embroidered but coloured in coral hues, this dupatta definitely gives a standout effect to the entire outfit.

Royal Golden by Sabyasachi

Sabyasachi is a designer known to stick to his roots while designing Indian traditional occasion wear and bridal couture. He sticks to traditional karigari in crafting that modern lehenga of your dreams. He loves the red colour for bridal wear. But he moves with the current of trends too, or rather he creates that current of trends in Indian traditional wear. This season the champagne gold lehengas and sherwanis seem to form the hot trend by Sabyasachi.

Hot Pink Dreams by Anita Dongre

If you want delicate, dainty and feminine designs for your wedding outfits, Anita Dongre is your woman. She gives a graceful touch to each of the couture she designs. This season, hot pink seems to be the colour catching up the trend chart of the season for her. Featuring a beautiful array of hand-created knots, our Bandhani Lehenga proudly represents the women of Kutch who practise this ancient art form. Each intricate design spilling down its luxurious length takes weeks and months to achieve and lives forever in your wardrobe. Totally nail the look by teaming it with a maang tikka, polki jhumki earrings, a set of jadau kadas and a floral ring.

Fuschia Effect by Tarun Tahiliani

CoutureIn its intuitive amalgam of traditional artistry techniques and contemporary sensibilities of design, this fuchsia bridal ensemble recreates heritage for the modern bride. This kalidar lehenga by Tarun Tahiliani couture, with zardozi embroidery embellished with crystals and fringe detailing accentuates the sheer elegance and femininity of our delicately crafted bridal ensemble.

Regal Red by Manish Malhotra

Manish Malhotra has been the face of Indian traditional couture since long now. For years, he has created trends, designed the most appealing outfits, and popularized traditional wear amongst the masses. He has also created some of the most iconic Indian dresses of the Indian Film Industry. His designs have been standing the test of time, and are still acing among the most sought after designs for the brides. This summer, he imagines the wedding industry in Red, no golden accentuates, no gotas, no subsidiary colours. Just PURE RED!

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