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Having a good dress sense is what mostly people observe in an urban Indian marriage ceremony. Though people are quite vague with their knowledge of fashion, they would still be adherent to what people are wearing.
So are you already conscious about what to wear for the upcoming wedding? Don't be, we are here to give some fashion tips on "how to dress up and dazzle this wedding season".
We would like to highlight some extravagant collections from the ICW and IBFW, 2015. With reference to these few selected collections (selected designers), we would tell which outfit may SUIT you best for the wedding season.
What we suggest is, be elite and sophisticated rather being loud and gaga this wedding season.
Red? No? Why not "white"- White is always elegant, and designer Sabyasachi knows it really well how to use it on a human body. "Why be so loud with red, when you can be elegant and elite with white". Yes, white makes you look really pretty, specially if you have a fair or a dusky skin tone, and a nice flat belly button.
Subtle and compact colours- Anju Modi is pretty much spectacular while playing with subtle and compact colours. Every girl should try her outfits, as they are not loud and gaga much. Her designs would mostly suit on every individual.
Desi cum Videsi- People who are quite western and really don't want to wear something very heavy and traditional, she is the one who can solve this problem. Mostly, parents or relatives in an Indian wedding want the ladies to wear ethnic attires. Now a days almost everybody wants to be modern. So Jyotsna's collections are pretty much modern with an ethnic and modern twist. From floor-length umbrella gowns to Anarkali Salwars in plain and simple colours, that would suit especially the tall girls.
Loud and bold, still pretty and subtle- Some loudness can be pretty and subtle as well, and two designers Falguni and Shane Peacock justified the same from their recent collections from Indian Bridal Fashion Week. Their bridal collections have the usage of the bright and loud colours, but they are designed in a very modernised and elite way. The design of separates, usually called as Lehenga-Choli, has been given a mix of western and Indian look.
Say no to boring Dupattas? -Manish Malhotra has always been doing a great job with his bridal collections. Though he designs the usual bridal wears, he has a way of elegance which is way beyond creativity. Of course, Dupattas become much frizzy to carry all the time. Manishs' collection has designs where you can be free of your Dupattas. The separates or Lehenga-Choli is designed with precision, that it satiates without extras.
These are some the best collections and designers reference to be taken for the upcoming wedding season. Be confident, Be bold. "Look beautiful, cos it's not just a dress, it's your attitude you'll be wearing".