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Bridal wear inspiration from Lakme Fashion Week 2018.

Women would always want to look their best for most occasions and especially more so for their big wedding day. There are several options for Indian bridal wear in various markets catering to different brides choices in asian bridal wear, fashionable bridal dresses to the latest bridal wear in trend. However, there is nothing like a designer dress that would not make any bride happier making her feel like a princess or queen for the day. Runways are the greatest source of bridal wear latest fashion inspiration. Promising glamour, creativity and style sophisticated creations by the best designers of the industry.

The Lakmé Fashion Week 2018, with some of the top designers in the industry gives plethora of bridal inspiration for the new age bride who is in search of chic and effortless bridal ensembles. Here are some Lakme bridal wear and designers to consider when looking out for the dress to wear for the big day.

1. Fairytale Wonderland – Shyamal and Bhumika
Recreating a fairy tale wonderland with a beautiful gown. Shyamal and Bhumika’s detailed embroidery on their creations looks fabulous in shades of ivory. The royal shade, the right amount of shimmer and pretty flowers is all one can ask for to make all the heads turn after all. 

 

2. Songs of Summer – Anita Dongre
Taking inspiration from tall beautiful trees, gentle swaying branches, flowers in full bloom, playful butterflies, and flitting fireflies. Anita Dongre’s collection is Titled “Songs of Summer”. Her latest range with its soft colors, light fabrics, delicate handwork with dashes of zardosi and Gotta Patti is utterly romantic and fit for an ethereal summer bride.

 

3. Serenity at its Best – Jayanti Reddy
Gold fish scale motif pattern on lehenga. Dew drop neckline with stones highlight the cut. Simple and elegant choli for your pick of bridal fashion inspiration.
4. White Hues – House of Kotwara
Meera & Muzzafar Ali continued their streak with a gorgeous bridal wear collection. Known for their spin on chikankari in a beautiful white lehenga. Ex-Miss Universe, Sushmita Sen posed as one graceful and charming bride giving a glimpse of the lehenga with a beautiful sequinned dupatta.

5. Gulaab Trail – Julie Shah
A black corset top with a detailed black skirt by Julie Shah. Roses were intricately woven into the skirt and the look was completed with a black cape with a long trail.

6. SVA by Sonam and Paras Modi
Taking inspiration from Kerala and the conspicuous qualities of the Dahlia flower that symbolizes elegance and dignity. SVA collection takes form on silks and organza and intricate motifs translated onto outfits with elaborate gold hand embroidery. With sunset orange, salmon pink, forest green and desert-sand beige dominating the palette, this line is ideal for a contemporary bride.

 

7. Master of Bridal wear – Manish Malhotra
Sheer sheath over a sparkling embellished gown was Manish Malhotra’s highlight bridal style. Sheath goes into another level with laces on hem. The technique used by the designer to bring down the flashiness of embellishments with the overlap is noticeable. This bridal wear style can be adopted if you adore blingy styles but don’t want to look like a flashlight during your wedding. 

 

8. Mirror Mirror – Payal Singhal
On Top 5 designer’s list. This season, she gave us greys and pale blues with a generous dose of silver in Indian wear to love. Beige lehenga with mirror and zardozi work in plenty. Sheer shawl with embellishments will add to your bridal look, in any style of drape.

 

9. Floral & milky way – Tarun Tahiliani
 Drawing inspiration from “Tarakanna” or stardust Tarun Tahiliani brought the romance and fantasy of florals and the Milky Way along with an ethereal flavor of his signature, layered and weightless fashion. The Swarovski-laden pieces, representing constellations and cosmos, are perfect for a ceremony that’s about glamour and style.

 

10. Traditional Fusion – Punit Balana
A peplum choli teamed up with a sharara sure is one style one has to try out this wedding season. Top it up with the flavour of red or bright colors, and the celebration mode will be set just right.

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