Trendy Wedding Lehenga Fashion
Stunning, spectacular and dazzling – this is what a bride wishes to look on her wedding day. Selecting a wedding lehenga is the most time consuming task for the bride, especially when the market is flooded with numerous brands and designers to choose from. Wedding lehengas are mostly selected from bright hues majorly belonging to the family of red. But, latest color trends have injected a new freshness to the wedding lehengas color palette. Brides nowadays have preference for vivacious colors other than red. Hues like pink, aubergine, emeralds and jewel tones score high when it comes to the selecting wedding lehengas.
Today, the Indian fashion industry has gained a lot of popularity on the global fashion map. Fashion weeks showcase bridal and couture outfits every season and present a gamut of wedding lehengas and sarees. Ace fashion designers and couturiers like JJ Valaya, Tarun Tahiliani, Rohit Bal, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Varun Bahl, Manav Gangwani have recreated the magic of these ethnic wear ensembles with their creative sense. For the perfect ethnic look designers are experimenting extensively on cuts and shapes like A-cut, straight cut, umbrella cut, fish cut or mermaid cut.
- Indian Wedding Jewelry for Indian Brides
In India, jewelry has always been witnessed as an integral part of Indian lifestyle and Indian weddings. Indian wedding jewelry is considered as an asset and the best heirloom treasure which can be passed from one generation to another.
- Wedding Sherwani Designs
Traditional clothing in terms of men’s fashion has come a long way. Earlier, wedding attire for men were restricted to dhoti kurta and kurta-pyjama, but now the picture has changed completely.
Embroidery in form of zari, zardozi, resham and kasab work beautify wedding lehengas. Other embellishments in form of crystal, stone work, precious and semi precious stones add a rich look, making it ethnically tasteful in appearance. Latest trend which has been adopted right from the fashion runway is to wear a jacket on top of a saree blouse or choli of a lehenga. Varun Bahl and JJ Valaya presented their elaborately designed couture collections that exude excessive femininity. Crimson, scarlet, vermilion red, orange, tangerine and brick red ruled the palette for both the designers and therefore making these colors timeless for all bridal ensembles like wedding lehengas and wedding sarees.
Fabrics like chiffon, georgette, dupion silk, jacquard, velvets are going to rule the fabric chart for wedding lehengas and wedding sarees in 2012-13. Bejeweled corset blouses in sheer fabrics offer an immaculate appearance and radiate contemporary design with Indian sensibility. Sheer and sensuous drapes of wedding lehengas and bridal sarees enhance the rhythmic soul of any wedding ensemble, making the bride look simply gorgeous.