Currently, as the rumour mills are buzzing with speculations of Ranveer Singh
and Deepika Padukone
secretly tying a knot in December, and Sonam Kapoor
and Anand Ahuja in May at their destination wedding in Geneva, we at #Stylebuzz are debating, on the outfit and the designer, these girls may choose for their D-day.
We are not certain of the bridal outfits these girls may wear, however, what we are quite sure off is what the B'town's A-listers will at their celebrations if they had one as per the rumours. And for this, we would thank the most recent fashion show of celebrity couturier, Vikram Phadnis
Vikram showcased an array of extravagant indo-western garbs at his recent fashion show. Thereby giving us a peek into the upcoming season's festive garbs.
Here are some spectacular trends from Vikram's recent runway. Half saree trend
This style of saree, which has already succeeded the 'dhoti drape trend', is sure to make it big in the coming seasons.
(#ProTip: Replace the old school saree petticoat with a well-tailored pant, a choli and a short length saree. Reusing an old embroidered dupatta, will look the same as well as save you some bucks.)
Replacing the good-old choli with a peplum top is not just refreshing to see but quite a chic choice to don.
(#ProTip: You could rock this look with a neatly tucked low pallu and club it with a half saree too.) The Pastel Trend
Peach is definitely the star colour of the moment. And not just Vikram but many designers are incorporating this pretty colour in their collections, owing to its popularity. However, including this colour in the form of a fusion lehenga ensemble is unique as well as trendy.
If you thought, peach was the only trending pastel colour, you should take a look at these Vikram Phadnis
designed mint green lehenga, greyish-green lehenga saree, and finally the pistachio green bridal lehenga.
Bollywood actress, Urvashi Rautela
walked the ramp of Vikram Phadnis
donning this pretty pista green bridal outfit. Her look was amplified with Kundan jewellery with hints of green in it.
What are you wearing for the upcoming wedding season? Let us know in the comments below...