Another of Shyamal & Bhumika’s designs but this one a more contemporary use of patterns, fabrics and colours….Pink-orange and purple with a plain gold lehenga denotes youthfulness & would make the perfect Sangeet outfit or something for the bride’s sister. Do you like ??
Kangana Ranaut walked the ramp for designer JJ Valaya and the look seems to be inspired by the beauty of Kashmiri traditions and craftsmanship…..The colours combine together immaculately and the velvet blouse adds another depth through texture…..We don’t see enough of this and we wish we did! What do you rate this outfit?
The gorgeous actress walked the ramp for Jyotsna Tiwari at a bridal fashion week recently….What’s your view of this contemporary blouse mixed with a traditional skirt? We actually commend the designer label for stepping outside the usual traditional pieces and adding something that adds some spunk into a lehenga…Ideal for brides living in countries outside of India….. What do you ladies think?
Jacqueline Fernandez walked for Manish Malhotra in this multi-coloured checkered lehenga….Certainly a wow-ser for people looking for cutting edge designer wear without the typical brocade/bling….glad the skirt was kept without too much patterns….possibly an outfit for the bride’s sister but not the bride….The long overcoat is a little too uniform like…. What do you vote this?
Here’s a beautiful real life bride styled by Sabyasachi….We know what this designer label is all about; opulence, royal charm, maharaja charisma….Endearing & refreshing to see a multicoloured lehenga! Small jewellery is worn on this bride as she has a smallish face which means she’s not overpowered by diamonds…..Remember that sometimes a little goes a long way…..Tell us whether you like this look!
We love Ritu Kumar’s designs! This multicoloured classical bridal creation is perfect in terms of work – not too much and hence manageable (dupatta seems effortlessly carried off) and there isn’t too much of a flaring skirt (nor is it figure hugging)….So great for a traditional look…..Do you agree?