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With the launch of the Indian Bridal Fashion Week, India's bridal season kicks off. We're sure there's no need to tell you, but if you are one of the special brides-to-be this summer, you should certainly keep your eye on the event for the best designers' creations and styles. We will be bringing you the latest news from the event as it happens here on Fashion Metropolitan, We will be especially interested in the latest bridal lehengas and sarees. From the previous IBFW
We all know that Indian Bride rhymes with bright colours, heavily
embroidered dresses and flashy jewels. Nevertheless the IBFW 2013, where black
full-length Indian wedding outfits were showcased, suggested that this seems
not to be the case anymore.
Below Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia playing the part of a gothic
bride wearing a piece from the collection of Falguni-Shane at IBFW 2013.
The IFBW 2013 has left us with some new suggestions and trends regarding bridal lehengas' shapes and colours. If we focus on bridal colours is interesting to notice how white and black ( the latter mostly combined with gold), before almost not considered or even banned, have now come to be quite popular among bridal Indian designers.
So, if you feel like a modern bride, below you will find two beautiful bridal lehengas to take inspiration from.
Which one do you prefer? The exquisite romantic brocade lehenga by Anita Dongre or the velvet and metallic applique lehenga by Siddartha Tytler?
important fashion extravaganza in Indian bridal couture has started a few days
ago in Mumbai. The first day saw an opening show by fashion designers Jyotsna
Tiwari and Tarun Tahiliani. It was a line inspired from the seven colours of
navratan jewellery for the first, while a mix of modern and traditional Indian
bridalwear silhouettes for the second, especially in the bridal lehengas category.
On the Day 2 the fashion show was led by Pallavi Jaikishan and by Gaurav
Gupta’s Lightfall line, which featured saree gowns and exquisite bridal lehengas
The following day Indian designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacok stroke
everybody’s attention with their collection made precious by heavy embroidered
garments in luxe lace, georgette, chiffon and net, all adorning their
collection of bridal lehengas and bridal sarees.
wedding clothing has an exquisite style that goes behind every sort of
fifth day of the IBFW 2013 made us dream, thanks to beautiful models like
Sucheta Sharma, which walked the catwalk for the enjoyment of everyone.
the beautiful creations we were enthralled by the brilliant colours, the meticulous
embroideries, the perfect length of the dresses and the astonished flared
that belong to Indian wedding clothing are variegated in shapes and colours,
usually women prefer colours such as red, blue or cream, but even the
unconventional black model showed on the catwalk succeeded in transmitting
grace and elegance.
We all know that the famous Bollywood actress Chitrangada
Singh is already married with
the amazing golfer Jyoti Randhawa, nevertheless she could not miss the opportunity
to wear again an amazing piece of Indian wedding clothing for the designer Suneet
Varma, during the fifth day of the IBFW 2013.
Her beauty enchanted
not only the designer, but also the entire audience at the event. Her innate
class perfectly matched the long red lehenga, showed as part of the Suneet ‘s Indianwedding clothing collection.
She absolutely gave the
IBFW the touch of glamour that everyone was expecting until now!
The Indian Bridal Fashion Week 2013 ended with Tarun
Tahiliani’s Indian wedding clothing with a collection of beautiful items featuring
Indian drapes in dramatic forms- what a way to end an inspiring week!
The last day of the IBFW 2013 was concluded in style
by AZVA and fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani, accompanied by actress Lisa
Haydon as a showstopper. “My good friend Lisa Haydon is with me and she walked
the ramp as a contemporary bride.” Tarun said.
His collection, divided in three
sections, included wedding lehengas in red and orange, anarkali gowns with
sheer jackets and golden sequined sarees. In his
words, the designer desired to provide lightness to bridal wears, so that a woman
feels light and beautiful in her wedding lehenga.
we search inspiration for daily outfits looking at what the catwalk suggests us.
example, during the third day of IBFW 2013 in New Delhi what dominated the
catwalks were jewels: in particular beautiful Indian earrings.
appreciate the most of Indian earrings is that they fit every personality and are
suitable for several occasion of use. At the office you can add a touch of
sophistication to your shirt and match your hair tied back with long silver
Indian earrings. For a special occasion you can choose to attract people
attention by wearing big golden earrings with embedded colourful stones. The
success of these choices will be assured.