Wedding is an intrinsic affair pairing with a glitzing, an unsaid yet inseparable bond with newness. The usual and recurring ingress of the wedding bliss never drops the lofty dignity and charm year by year. The constant delight then has to be bestowed with unpaired style, glamour and grace.
Weddings are special for the bride and for everyone else attending the wedding. Isn’t it? With the pool of contemporary, elegant, Indian and modern, allow me to unveil the trends taking over the traditional wedding attires, waiting to be tried on for the second time. You will love to carry these again for sure!
Play with shades and tones, crystals and zari, chanderi, brocades and a lot more.
Where Tarun Tahiliani lets all the zardozi and gota do the talking in his vibrant lehengas, he still is a firm believer in going for a clever juxtaposition for the traditional sarees a little more cleverly draped.
Payal Singhal is going to take the bride unconventional, blending international to the traditional elegance, in 2017.
Weddings are not going to be just the same bride and bridal wear. Can you imagine an inclusion of crop tops to be embroidered with voluminous skirts and what about some mix & match of jewellery while slipping into a pair of crystal encrusted sneakers? .. May be just for a sangeet!… well Payal Singhal can.