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From all the quirky lehengas to boat neck blouses, we have seen it all!
The fashion industry extends the horizons and trends day by day.
Nobody can escape from the impacts of these trends.
If the trend says pink then all the colors will struggle to be pink!
The same goes for the dynamic trends of wedding fashion.
The wedding trends have a bigger impact due to dozens of couples getting married daily.
We have assembled the most famous styles of this wedding season!
We see beautiful ladies flaring their way in this summery weather with ruffles.
This is a very popular trend that has already made it big in mainstream fashion.
But the wedding wear designers are slowly experimenting with this style.
There is no denying the extravagance of these layered ruffles can be avoided.
Bringing the best of both the worlds, this can be the best option for both saree and lehenga.
The ruffles can complement the intricate designs of the lehengas and the sarees.
Are you tired of the same trends that are getting viral again and again?
Then we have really good news for you! The old is renewed.
Thanks to Sabyasachi this evergreen look is back.
The translucent saree with a deep neck blouse is the new edge.
This style can be worn with bold eyeliner and a pearl necklace.
It will leave you with vintage and elegant look.
have a look @"Fiza" - Sabyasachi’s 2019 Spring Summer Collection
A sheath dress is commonly known as fit and flare dress is fit for most of the body types.
This makes it a widely chosen option for a wedding.
It fits at the curves and flares down where the curves end, highlighting the figure well.
You can get a sheath or trumpet-shaped sharara dress for small ceremonies.
But this design looks best with less complex designs.
As complex designs can distract the glance, the motive of this cut is to focus on the figure.
This is another style from the old era fashion that is gaining a lot of interest.
This style has a very vintage look and is at par with the regal look.
In this, the blouses are full and have a very evident and big choker collar.
This collar can be embroidered, printed or be of net.
Jewelry is usually avoided with this look because of the fullness of the blouse.
But the collar can look very elegant with dramatic long sleeves.
Cape is a half jacket worn over the blouse or in the place of a blouse.
This trend was initiated as a net cape when the lehenga base was heavy.
But with the change of trend, people prefer lightly-layered net bases.
This was the reason the embroidered cape became a pro-choice.
The heavy blouses are too old school and embroidered capes are replacing them.
One more plus point about this style is the reduction of jewelry.
Last but not the least is the corset blouse.
We all have seen the corset ballroom gowns that were tied tightly with ribbons.
A corset blouse sticks to your body and provides an illusion of a small waist.
This look is a very good choice for all the ladies who have an hourglass figure.
This blouse will have a deep sweetheart cut to highlight the collar bones.
It can look the best with a light saree or a delicate net chunni if worn with a lehenga.
We hope these styles can add a tinge of glamour and fashion to your wedding outfits. But don’t forget to keep smiling, that is the most glamorous thing about a bride!
By Shaadidukaan | 30 Sep, 2020
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