The wedding fashion

From the latest wedding-worthy accessories to effortless volume and the new take on bridal’s ever-evolving styles  and silhouettes, Fashion Collection unfolds what is fashionable this month for the wedding season ahead.

The quintessential lengha

The full gold or silver shimmery lengha is the in thing this season. Pastels are in vogue this icy season giving a fresh look with lilacs, peach and pinks. Embellished with stately Zardosi work and a net dupatta to match the overall look is a perfect choice for your wedding collection.

The sherwani coat

Like many other lauded ethnic garments, the sherwani was born during the Mughal Era. Over time , this outfit also became a symbol of wedding season as more and more women are wearing contemporary coats of jamwars, brocades and even velvet.

Dressy pant suits

The satin pants give a sophisticated look when paired with angarkha or straight kameez.  Not only are suits flattering, but they’ll also keep you much warmer than a dress would. Choose a pant suit in a luxurious fabric like velvet or satin for an elevated look. When it comes to styling, we suggest wearing a silky blouse underneath covered with glimmering heavily worked kurta.

The wedding gown

During the wedding season, women prefer to wear a ghaagra, sharara, ghagra cholis, long maxis or wedding gowns. The color combination is preferably red. The embroidered red ghaagra would provide an elegant and graceful look overall. The designers mostly use a lining of velvet along with the chiffon clothes to make these dresses wearable in winter.

The flared short kurta

The multi-layered short flowy kurta is what every girl dreams to adorn during the wedding season, especially during the winters. The combination of two or three fabrics in muted colours adds to the charm.  The variations of this style are many including the tail-cut kurti that provides a fabulous look.