The sartorial world of brides is changing with super fast pace. With every season and year seeing a wave of new trends, think pretty pastel hues to stunning silhouettes, the shade card and designs too have widened in the bridal market. That being true, wedding is a big event. In order to see herself in a perfect look on that day and be happy with it for years to come, she has to do a good research. Therefore we are here to assist you in exploring some hand-picked bridal looks as donned by TV world beauties…
Yesterday, Hina Khan broke the internet with her hot pink and red lehenga choli avatar that she sported for her music video Raanjhana. She looked ethereal there by setting a goal for all the brides-to-be to chose a minimally embroidered ensemble. The head adornments and the border on her head drape too was something that a bride seeking for simple but striking accessorizing for her D-day can consider.
Here’s looking at the real life bride, Mohena Singh. Dressed in a hot-red poshak, a traditional Rajasthani attire, Mohena set a perfect example for brides wanting to deck up in royal Rajasthan avatar. Mohena’s arm accessory, hand harness to the head accessory everything meant regal. Just for the ones wanting to spell Royal Rajasthan on their wedding day.
For brides if there was any other colour considered to be as regal as red then it is green. Here we have Anita Hassanandani donning a dark green lehenga ensemble replete with silver colour embroidery. Matching the extravagance of the outfit is her jewellery, a big nose ring, statement making maang-teeka, two set of necklaces, hand harness and kalire.
If you are a soon to be bride wanting to keep it subtle with the colour on your big day, then Shivangi Joshi’s beige and green lehenga is something you should consider. The entire beige ensemble, enhanced with intricate green zardozi work, hair decorated with white roses and jewellery adding another layer of green to keep everything vibrant. One could also replace the green with red to keep the bridal feels high.
Let’s talk about last year’s most popular bridal trend, a pastel lehenga. Shraddha Arya’s prettily designed ensemble with off-shoulder choli and flared lehenga meant delicate modern dulhaniya, while her jewellery signifies a decadent taste.
If you are a bride or know someone who will soon be a bride, share with us as to what they will wear on their big day..