Good news for all the fashion-lover to-be brides and grooms!! The 7th edition of Indian Bridal fashion week will soon to start in the month of July in Delhi and from there move on to the other cities. And we are ready to bring you the scoop straight off from the ramp, once it starts. But since it has not started yet, let us have quick recap of the last edition of this Indian Bridal fashion week.
The 6th edition, i.e. the last year’s event, was one of the biggest fashion events and was so much of inspiration for our Indian brides. Make sure to pin your favourites from this year fashion week before you start your wedding shopping. And for the ones who have already started their shopping for their soon to come wedding day, check out the last year’s trend:
Bridal not so red
Last year we have seen that bridal is no longer limited to shades of red. We loved Meera and Muzaffar Ali’s ethereal whites and Jyotsna Tiwari’s pastel shades collection. We were awed seeing Tarun Tahiliani bride dressed in tones of orange.
Bridal with Metallic bling
Bridal and bling go hand in hand. The last season, Indian Bridal fashion week saw plenty of metallic silver and gold choices. Raghavendra Rathore’s intricate golden detailing undertones made us just speechless. We were also caught in the fancy of Tarun Tahiliani golden metallic drapes.
The divine monochrome bride
Talented designer duo, Gauri and Nainika’s bride models take an alternative route from the traditional Indian shades and walk in the ramp in monochrome shade of black and white with a hint of red. We loved it and we guess you too!
The crystal mirrored lehengas by Falguni and Shane Peacock and the sheer and velvety bridal bodysuits kept our mouth open for long time. The ramp was reined with hints of sheer and velvet which were blended with detailed futuristic cuts and embroidery.
Brides of Royal Heritage
Last year’s bridal week dug deep into cultural influences and offered a range of traditional choices to select from. We saw female versions of bandhgala jackets, Jodhpuri pants and sherwanis from the collection of Designer Raghavendra Rathore with hint of rajasthani influence. Meera and Muzaffar’s Kotwara collections along with JJ Vallaya’s Moroccan inspirations also drew our attention in the fashion week. Shraddha Kapoor walked for JJ Vallaya.
Bridal costume jewellery
Do you love tiaras, maang teekas, necklaces and earrings? Indian Bridal fashion week 2014 gave us these costume jewellery inspiration through collections of Designer Suneet Varma’s spiky tiaras. We spotted royal dangling earrings, rani haars and traditional maangtikas in the collection of this designer during the fashion week. Actress Kangana Ranaut graced the ramp for this designer.
Still want more? Just wait for this year’s edition. Till then stay fashionable and shop!!!