Weddings are the event to exhibit our best collection of wardrobes and time to make fashion statement. The pictures clicked during wedding will be treasured forever and nobody wants to stay behind the popular trends. Wedding trends keep changing and so should your collection be updated. Here are the amazing wedding dress trends for this season which you help you get the dreamy princess look:
It’s time for floral prints and pastel colours:
Those days are gone where people just loved bright colors for wedding. Red and Pinks are replaced by peach and pastel green and these colors are just elegant. They go best for day functions like Mehandi or Haldi. In-fact a lot of top designers are designing Bridal Lehengas in these colors as well.
Let the ruffles do the twirling
Fairy tale look comes with ruffles and it’s in trend right now. For all those who have dreamt of a princess wedding attire all their life it’s time to go get the look. This can be clubbed with diamond accessories to complete the look.
Neon Color and all the brightness
Neon colors are turning many heads. Club these outfits with diamond or polka neck pieces and you are all set for the party. These colors go well for day functions as well as night parties.
Shimmer and all the bling
Shimmer is never out of style and it will definitely look grand. Pair this dress up with minimal jewellery and let dress draw all the attention. A lot of celebrities are seen in shimmer wedding attires and guess what! They are getting all the media attention.
Off whites is the new cool
White has always been classy. Being minimal is the new cool for Indian brides these days. Light colors look elegant in embroidery work. One can look perfect even with the least jewellery.
When contemporary meets modern trends an outfit like this arises. One can be a trendsetter while wearing this. Flaunt this outfit before it goes out of style.
Cape Gown or Cape Saree
Cape in the new dapper. Cape gown can make a unique outfit for sangeeth or mehandi. Cape can be kept dittachable so that it can be reused with saree.