Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the prettiest of them all?
Don’t we all feel this while twirling around in gorgeous wedding dresses ( feeling royal, confident and elegant)? Finding the perfect dress can be a daunting task because of the variety of options and styles to choose from. Bridal sarees and elegant lehengas are timeless classics that are always in vogue. But the innovative fashion industry has tweaked the traditional attires with exciting modern twists (think saree-skirts, tiered gowns, bold ghararas, belted sarees, jacket kurta sets etc.)
Read on to discover more about the latest as well as timeless pieces you can style for the upcoming wedding season.
Top trending Women’s Wedding Dresses of 2022:
This is a fad right now. It is fuss-free, easy to style and gives a sassy indo-western look. Opt for offbeat colour combinations and statement blouses or sleeves to make heads turn. This effortless garment works well with or without accessories. Saree dresses are a fusion or blend of Indian Sarees and western gowns or Anarkalis. This dress can be worn across functions. So, what are you waiting for? Pick the hemline as per your requirements and hop on this trend.Lehengas
Lehengas are timeless classics, they are also a good investment and an even great addition to your wardrobe. You can redefine your designer lehengas by pairing them with contrast dupattas, silk blouses/shirts, hair accessories, choker sets or sneakers for a funky (and super comfortable!) look.
Whether it is a day ceremony, office seminar, night function or a small get-together, luxury kurtas fit in smoothly.. Kurta sets are a must-have for any woman’s closet as they never go out of fashion and are super versatile.Some must have Kurtas are A-line Kurti, gown style, slit Kurtis, kurta-jacket sets, and Kaftan designs. You can get these Kurtas in various fabrics, hues, patterns, prints etc.
Wedding lehengas are not just garment pieces. They symbolize love, dreams, wishes, emotions, and memories. This is why wedding lehengas are super important; they rank 3rd on the wedding priority list (1st is the groom and 2nd is the wedding date!).This wedding season is all about pastels, florals, chikankari, maroon and golden hues, dramatic trails, bandhej dupattas, contrast odhni, and multi-coloured lehengas.
Classy kurta shapes, interesting patterns, intricate embellishments, asymmetrical hemlines, front or side slits, and mirror work leave an impression of good taste and fashion sense. Dressing as a guest for a wedding party is extremely tricky; you don’t want to be overdressed, but under-dressing is equally frowned too. Wedding kurtas are the saviours.Flamboyant Anarkalis, flared floor-length kurtas, tasteful Angarakhas, embroidered shararas, fun ghararas, and classic churidar styles are some full-proof glam wedding kurta options.
Sarees and women have a strong bond, irrespective of the age group. The fascination usually starts at a young age (observing and admiring our mother’s sarees and looks) and lasts lifelong.Lush fabrics, complex and detailed embroidery, dazzling hues, and elegant pallu designs make wedding sarees irreplaceable and sought after. Bridal sarees and Indian jewellery are a match made in heaven. Other than bridal ones, the wedding sarees for bride’s maids have been catching a lot of attention. The pre-draped styles, ruffled and frill designs, pleated sarees, belted sarees, and printed organza sarees must have been popping up on your insta feed time and again.
Women’s Wedding Dresses are limitless, but the glamour kicks in when the dress compliments your body and gives you a beautiful silhouette. Indian ethnic dresses add a colourful spirit to weddings or festivities. Maybe this is one of the core reasons why we all love wedding dresses and seasons alike.
If you love experimenting. Do try the lehenga with sneakers trend. Trust us- it is one of the best and most comfortable fashion trends ever made. Think funky sneakers with a monochromatic lehenga or jewelled sneakers with a pastel lehenga.
What are your favourite styles of wedding dresses? Are you a saree or a lehenga person? Tell us all in the comments below.