Latest Bridal Trends: Motif Jewellery, Gold Accessories, and More
How about we get inspired from the latest trend this season and create the perfect look for you?
With the endless events, this outfit is a blessing. This contemporary outfit is edgy yet creates the grace created by the six yard saree. It can be worn effortlessly just like a dress or gown and not compromise on the style factor. It’s perfect for the mehendi ceremony.
A perfect blend of delicateness and dazzle, motif is a big hit in Indian brides. Motif jewellery representing the peacock is perfect mix of finery with sophistication. The motifs can be either in pearls, precious stonesor diamonds.
Gold is back this season, while kundan and jadau jewellery does not have a strong following this season. Gold always succeeds in making the bride look sophisticated by adding a tinge of glow to her real beauty. It is perfect for all the wedding events and makes all the outfits look stylish.
Embellished Sarees and Lehengas Do you love intricate designs using crystals, stones, beads, golden zari etc.? Then embellished sarees and lehengas are perfect for you. They involve amazing detailing that
accentuates the elegant beauty in you.
Mang-tikkas are a classic jewellery piece and a must-have for a bride. It compliments your face and goes with the traditional wear. Opt for simple gold ones or for stone studded ones. Tikkas always create the magic the bride desires for. You can also opt for a hand-me-down heirloom pieces from your grand-mother. They create a classy look. You can also go for matha-pattis to glam up your look.
Embroidered Saree and Lehenga
Opt for an embroidered vintage saree and lehenga for your bridal outfit. They always lend the perfect elegant touch that you seek on your special day. Be it zari or aari embroidery, outfits with detailed embroidery always look stunning. Be sure to have it in your wedding trousseau.
Wearing a nose ring or a nath on your wedding day is a timeless trend. It is always in fashion. In fact your look will be incomplete if you do not wear one. It grabs the most attention. Opt for naths with meenakari work, colourful stones, diamonds or even pearls.
Applying mehndi is a big part of an Indian marriage. Over the years there has been a change in mehndi designs. Earlier it was the Indian traditional designs that had peacock motifs, and then came the Arabic design. Even chemical mehendi became a rage. This season, it is the ‘tikya’ design that is not just trending but also the demand is great. These round floral designs are delicate and give the required elegant touch to your bridal outfit.
Heels and flats are both in trend this wedding season. If you love heels go peep toes in gold or silver. You can also step into stilettoes if you are confident. If for some reason you prefer flats, there are beautiful strappy embellished flats available in the market.
Dump the typical sarees and lehengas for the sangeet and mehendi and don a dhoti over Nehru jacket or with a band gala. You can also wear an embellished crop top or embellished tunic with it. They will be comfortable to wear and you can dance all through the night.