This wedding season brides just got lucky! And you may ask, why lucky? Because it's not every day that an ace designer like Anushree Reddy reveals her bridal trousseau rules. Yes, you heard us right. Unlike other designers, Anushree has nothing to hide when it comes to giving suggestions.
Quoting, Anushree, "A bride or a bride-to-be is like a showstopper at a fashion show, everyone is awaiting her entry and is looking forward to catching a glance of her ensemble. So making a statement is essential, but so is staying true to one's personality and style statement especially at the pre-wedding functions like the Sangeet, Mehendi and Cocktail."
Having established that, it is clear that even a designer like Anushree takes little functions very seriously. So brides, revise your bridal fashion lessons and start taking notes.
According to Anushree, Platinum can be teamed beautifully with pastels, florals, paisleys and most wedding colours to create a statement ensemble. More and more brides are opting for minimalistic jewellery. So brides, instead of going all heavy-gold-jewellery look, pick something chic like platinum.
Anushree Reddy recently unveiled the 3 essentials rules of a bridal trousseau. So before you start segregating your wedding outfits, you might want to learn the rules of a bridal trousseau. So without any further adieu, let's start listing Anushree's bridal trousseau rules:
Rule 1: Be Classy When It Comes To Picking Your Trousseau
This rule is simple. Pick your outfit as per the function's theme. So if it's a mehndi function, you can go for something green and not utterly heavy. For pre-wedding functions, suggestive pieces could be; embellished jackets, crop tops, flowy skirts. Yes, westernize the traditional outfits.
Rule 2: Go With Grace, Don't Go Too Overboard With Designs
According to Anushree, it is better to go with elegance than to go with too much of something. Rather than adding two heavy designs, pick only one of the pieces of an outfit for embellishments. It could be your choli, or a heavy dupatta. But make sure if you are going for a heavy lehenga skirt then go for a light dupatta and choli. Grace and simplicity are vital.
Rule 3: Style For Yourself, Not For The Trend
In this craze of theme weddings, what we absolutely miss out on is that we are just copying other brides. Taking an idea is something else and exactly duplicating outfits is another thing. Go for styles that will accentuate your features and enhance your figure.
And that was the bridal trousseau class and we hope you've learned everything that you'll need during your wedding.
Congratulations! To all the lovely brides out there.