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Breaking Free with Floral Indian Bridal Lehengas
If you thought floral patterns were restricted to your cocktail, day date and evening dresses, think again. We recently had a style check moment when we saw floral in Indian Bridal Wear in latest designer collections. It won’t be wrong to say, the combination rocked. It added an element of playfulness to the whole attire. A clear break from the regular gold and shimmer, floral lehengas have entered the bridal arena with gusto.
Lakme Fashion Week saw some of the quirkiest, trendiest styles that are sure to become a rage in coming wedding seasons. If you are not much experimental with your choice of Bridal dress, you can have these lehengas as a wonderful addition to your bridal trousseau. Let’s have a look at ingenious use of floral patterns by various noted designers in their wedding collection.
Sabyasachi Mukherjee seems hell bent on breaking all unwritten rules in the book of Indian Bridal wear. While he tapped at retro styled designs for bridal apparel, floral patterns were also incorporated that offered a delectable visual feast. The collection comprised of embellished floral lehengas with crop tops, heavy border floral sarees and vintage styles floral lehengas. Use of fabrics like silk accentuated the shining colours to bring about a mesmerizing effect.
Talk about floral prints would be incomplete without discussing Anushree Reddy’s bridal collection. She can be attributed for bringing floral patterns into mainstream Indian Bridal Wear scene. Unlike Sabyasachi who chose bold colours in his collection, Anushree has found a niche in pastels and intricately embroidered floral designs.
If you’ve been ogling at what Shahid’s lovely wife Meera Rajput wore at their reception, you’ve been unintentionally introduced to 3D floral embroidery which is the latest trend in Indian Bridal wear. Huge flowers in appliqué work on a pastel georgette lehenga can surely make you a head turner.
So what are you waiting for? Explore more floral lehenga trends and get them custom made at Atelier Closet, the designer Indian wedding dressmakers of Toronto. With these rocking designs in your trousseau, you can never fall short on style quotient.