Getting married this winter? Here are four bridal trends you must check out
From colour-coordinate looks and Indo-western jumpsuits to some colour play, here’s what going to trend this wedding season
Isn’t it really difficult to figure out what-to-wear-when, especially when you are the bride? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. We asked city-based Pernia's Pop-Up Shop to help us with the wedding trends and they predict that 2019 A/W wedding season will see unconventional, experimental and unique looks. And, we suggest all bride-to-be ladies to not wear lehnga in every function but try and experiment. After all, it is your wedding. And, if you are looking for suggestions, here are some from the experts:
1. Co-ordinated looks
Couple coordinated look is the ultimate trend of this wedding season. Whether you want to embrace this trend for the pheras or pre-wedding function like the sangeet or mehendi, there is a wide variety of styles from lehengas to fusion ensembles to choose from.
2. Indo-Western Jumpsuits
The ultimate fashion favourite, jumpsuits have been a mainstay on the fashion radar since the beginning of time. The ever-evolving outfit has been a staple of women’s casual wardrobe and we are definitely thankful for the re-imagined indo-western version that has simply taken off all the weight and effort we put into our other desi looks. Opt for these ethnic jumpsuits and dance away at your sangeet with complete ease.
3. Colour Play
While every Indian bride has imagined herself wearing the traditional crimson red lehenga, this season the trend is steering towards embracing other hues, from emerald green to pastel blue. Choose either monotone lehengas or go all out and experiment with colour-blocked lehengas.
4. Contemporary silhouettes
For the free-spirited bride, bold silhouettes with unexpected details are a must-have this season. Think straight pants with capes, experimental sharara sets or the saree draped on trousers. High on style and fashion-forward, they also provide comfort and allow freedom of movement, which makes them perfect for the sangeet or reception.
Pictures and tips courtesy: Pernia's Pop-Up Shop