Trending Indian Designer Dresses For Weddings.

The wedding season is in full swing, and if you are a bride-to-be, you must have your wedding ensemble in mind already. Shopping for your wedding dress can be overwhelming and quite scary, and that is why we are here to help you out. We have looked at all the latest trends that are doing the rounds this wedding season and have picked some top favourites for you. Take a look below-

· Jacket lahenga

Jacket lahenga

The perfect wedding dress for winter, a jacket lahenga adds the right amount of oomph to your wedding ensemble and even keeps you warm during the chilly weather. Jacket lahengas come in varied hues, materials and designs- some may be sheer to be worn over a cropped choli or some may be opaque or take the place of a choli.

· Trail lahenga

Trail lahenga

Lahengas with a long trail are probably the #1 trend this wedding season and you can sport these beauties on your sangeet, mehandi ceremony or the wedding day itself. A trail adds glamour and opulence to any designer lahenga and makes you stand out from the rest. You can go for a simple lahenga with a heavily decorated trail for a beautiful bridal look.

· Benarasi saree

Benarasi saree

Tired of boring lahengas and want to try a saree instead? Opt for a Benarasi saree in bright maroon or red and accessorize with gold jewellery for a traditional Indian look. You can even add intricate zardosi embroidery to your saree to make it more eye-catching.

· Anarkali lahenga

Anarkali lahenga

What’s better than a simple lahenga or an anarkali? Well, an anarkali lahenga, what else? In an anarkali lahenga, the choli is sewn with a long anarkali that goes down the length of the anarkali. It may also have a sheer anarkali top over the choli that ends a couple of inches above the floor.

· Ombre lahenga

Ombre lahenga

Ombre is taking over the latest nail polish, hair colour and even lipstick trends, so why should ombre lahengas be far behind? An ombre lahenga gives you plenty of freedom to play around with the colour and you can use pastel as well as vibrant shades or a mix of both to create the ombre look.

· Bridal sharara

Bridal sharara

Traditionally worn by Pakistani women, shararas have become increasingly popular with Indian brides. Sharara can be paired up with a choli or kurta along with a dupatta. You can experiment with your sharara as much as you want, by opting for a velvet choli or choosing a kurti type shirt to wear on top. Don’t forget to embellish you sharara with stones, zari work and motifs.

Take inspiration from these latest designers Indian wedding looks and become the resplendent bride that you always wanted to be. Don’t forget to shop online to avail amazing discounts and offers on your wedding dresses!

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