With the beginning of February, wedding season is almost over but there will always be a few couples who plan to get hitched after the seasonal merriment settles in. Brides look for wedding wear that is beautiful, timeless and distinctive as it is going to be their big day and they need to stand out. In order to achieve a matchless look, a dress must be designed with new colour palettes and silhouettes and who does it better than our designers?
We have picked up some of the finest works of our local designers from their latest bridal collections to help brides plan their trousseau.
Ã‰lanâ€™s Les Lilas has something exquisite to offer to brides this season. With subtle powder shades, the dresses are meticulously detailed and the cuts are sleek and sophisticated.
This dreamy periwinkle bridal fromÂ Ã‰lan’s couture collection boasts of ace craftsmanship and lustrous embellishments in pearls and Swarovski. The cutout pattern on the bodice adds a contemporary finish to an ensemble that exudes grandeur.
One look at this ethereal ivory hued number and you will fell in love with the dainty embellishments, the soft feminine colour and the perfect blend of traditional craft and modern silhouette. The mermaid style gown is fit for a princess.
If you are planning to look like royalty on your wedding day then look no further than Sana Safinaz bridal collection 18/19 titled Baada-e-naaz.
The fashion label offers a mix and match of vivid colours infused with several styles in this traditional ensemble. It has a copper colour drapery over a dhaani dress accentuated with multihued intricate embroidery. This is the perfect homage to the romance of heritage.
You cannot miss this heavily embellished lehenga choli. The dress itself has a charisma of its own with delicate tissue and net fabrics adorned by crystalline accents.
For the girls who want intricate pieces Sania Maskatiya have various options in its bridals. From soft shades to bold hues and contrasts, you will find a luxe outfit of your dream.
This beautifully crafted long front open net zardoze work shirt has intricate silver embroidery and cutwork borders. Paired with a net dupatta featuring rich zardoze work, the gorgeous shirt comes with hand embroidered lehenga with red and green motifs.
No trousseau seems complete without a bright red jora and to fill that void, we recommend Sania Maskatiyaâ€™s head turning red jamawar lehenga. If you peek closely it has phoenix embroidered on it with a rick zardozi work border. A heavily accentuated choli and a tissue dupatta with profound scalloping is all what you need to amp up the glam quotient.