For any girl of marriageable age, her dream wedding shopping list is full of beautiful wishes. And, one day when she is about to get married, wedding shopping becomes the most awaited task!
With Dhanteras coming soon and Diwali on its way following, it is that time of the year when we look for the trendiest of gold, silver, diamond and platinum or rose gold accessories to wear and flaunt.
Before you take your imagination to the gorgeous and very fashionable Deepika Padukone’s look or Alia Bhatt’s South Indian bride look in Chennai Express or Two States respectively.
While the solah shringar is the epitome of an Indian bridal look, every piece has a story and a rich tradition behind it told to the world.
Talk about power, love, seduction, dynamism or the naughty quirky personality looking at the color palette, and one would point out to the shades of red being juxtaposed as the ideal hue in description.
Those typical run of the mill wedding hairstyles have just become too mainstream now. Almost every bride does the same kind of hair and makeup looks.
The influence of jewellery and other precious adornments is ample throughout history – as evident in ancient scriptures or images of deities.
With the revival of traditional embroideries like zardozi, dabka and gota patti, gold jewellery has made a huge comeback.
Indian bridal trends have come a long way from where they started. Typical and traditional styles and rituals have evolved and become more glamorous and fashionable today. So let’s take a look at some of the most popular trends of bridal wear this wedding season.
My best friend is a Bengali and so I got to attend a wedding full with so many rituals that I have never seen before. From Gaye Holud (Haldi ceremony) to Bou Bhat (wedding reception), the bride looked beautiful in lovely colors and beautiful fabrics chosen sensibly for each occasion.