Wedding is one of a lifetime experience for anybody. The excitement that a bride holds inside her is unmatched. No matter how princess-sy or practical a girl is, she has dreamt about her wedding at least once in her lifetime. Every girl plans her wedding in her had a thousand times that she know how exactly she wants everything to be, hence no compromise id acceptable.
The closest to any girl’s heart is her Bridal Outfit, out of all the wedding essentials. Don’t you agree? From bookmarking on thousands of inspirations on Instagram to making hundreds of boards on Pinterest, Brides-to-be leave no stone unturned in finalizing their wedding look and who helps them in doing that? Yes, their BFFs. Like a true Bff, we are also helping you with some of our favourite bridal looks from this season that you can draw some inspirations from.
- Breaking The Stereotypes
This broke the stereotype of not wearing dark/blackish tones on wedding day. We were awestruck by her aww-some choice of dark base colour lehenga with heavy embroidery work all over. Variation in the hand work from intricate sequins work to bigger patterns hand embroidered all over the lehenga skirt.
- Lovely Lilac
Ditching the royal red for lovely lilac, this morning bride had her entire look styled around her outfit like any other bride. The fine gotta patti all around her dupatta with fringes enhanced her entire ensemble of this Punjabi bride.
- Aww-some Organza
The fabric in itself is so graceful that designers don’t really have much to do. It’s silky smooth texture and flowy flare enhances the elegance of the outfit thousand times. The minimal floral print in pastel hues, running rupatta and embellished blouse in a subtle colour that complements the outfit, is well accessorized with minimal jewellery by the bride.
- Neo-Brides in Neon
What pastels did the last few seasons is what neon gonna do in the coming wedding seasons. This neo-bride donned a neon lehenga with mirror work all over to her mehendi ceremony. It’s neon guys, that was enough for us to fall for this ensemble.
- Lines and Prints
Traditional outfits with linear patters not only look very contemporary but also quite graceful. We were highly impressed with this Rainbow bride’s choice of outfit for her mehendi ceremony. Frilled blouse with deep neck and the lehenga in princess silhouette.
- Pastels with Self Work.
If you are a minimal bride who likes, subtle tones and simple work then this look is for you. It’s okay to opt for a minimal look but you are a bride at the end of the day, it’s not fair for you that your guests are standing out in all the photos at wedding because of your outfit. We suggest you keep the colour on pastel palate but the zardosi work can be heavily done in self like these brides.
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