While the pandemic fear may not have diluted completely, the festive spirit has surely set the mood for celebrations. So, with wedding season, just round the corner, we bring you latest wedding trousseau styles this season, right from the newsmakers of the industry to make it easier for the brides and the grooms to make their selections.
The recently concluded India couture week has had the biggest designers set the benchmark for wedding looks this year. From Manish Malhotra and JJ Valaya to Anju Modi and Reynu Tandon, we bring you styles bridalwear styles that will make you look picture perfect. We bring you a list of pointers to help you create a diverse collection for your functions, while keeping yourself ahead from others. Here’s what to keep in mind while trousseau shopping for weddings this year, the Latest Wedding Trousseau Styles.
Five wedding style statements this season we learn from the India couture week.
While last few years saw huge puffy lehengas and dresses, this year the couture week reveals, its more about the natural fall of the fabric with a toned crinoline. So make sure, you don’t go overboard selecting your final piece. Also the emphasis is more on sheers and soft fabrics for other than wedding functions.
The emphasis is again on the waist line, yes! And the style of cummerbund is subtle yet very much there. While JJ Valaya has created a fusion look with the belt, Anju Modi and Shantanu Nikhil, have presented the look as an integral part of the ensemble. But it’s not broad, that has to be understood. Go for the look only if you think you have a waistline to compliment.
Yes, and very much glamorously presented with rich fabrics and suave cuts. Pastels never fail to make a statement – subtle and elegant. look Don’t miss some ornated collections from Falguni Shane, J J Valaya and Dolly J. A special mention to Rahul Mishra’s collection this season- the workmanship and the styles are definitely a conversation starter.
The urban chic bride and groom are all about fusion wear rather than conventional styles. The collection presented by some designers in fusion include a great mix of fabrics, cuts, styles and separates to create layers. Check out collections from Anju Modi, Rahul Mishra, Amit Agarwal and Gaurav Gupta; and a special mention to designer Suneet Varma’s collection that leaves its viewers with a dreamlike Garden of Eden feeling.
Weddings are all about the grandeur and opulence nothing short of a royal dream in itself. While we all know JJ Vallaya and Manish Malhotra creations are glamour personified, we also recommend Falguni and Shane, Reynu Tandon and Shantanu Nikhil. The royal collection this season from designer ateliers comprises of Angrakhas, Ghararas, Izar Salwars etc. that range from pistachio green, dusky pink to teal, grey and of course, Red and maroon.
Credits: Images on the Homepage Cover ( From Left to Right): Rahul Mishra, Anju Modi, Reynu Tandon and JJ Valaya.