Current Trends In Wedding Dresses

October 17, 2016

It is time to recreate yourself this wedding season! Wedding days are unforgettable and it is your moment to stand out and shine.

With the bridal fashion week coming to an end, this means the latest trends are already out there for you to see. Amongst the various dresses for women — from glittering necklaces to off-the-shoulder gowns — CompareMunafa has everything you could possibly need or want.

Bridal trends seem to change every festive season, and for fashion lovers this is always exciting! Sometimes the trend is too traditional with sculpted innocence and sometimes it brings with it a style that reeks of ultra-modernity. Whatever it is, it surely inspires all of us.

This past bridal fashion week seemed to be blazing with iridescent make-up. From Mughal-inspired patterns to anarkalis, suits, cocktail dresses, and lehengas; this season seems to have it all. The Mughal pattern kurtis with embedded heavy gold threadworks and matching lehengas has definitely cruised this season. The designers really seemed to experiment with the Mughal pattern, which clearly outcastes the previous modern bridal attires. The colors were the usual-reds, golds, blues, greens, and even blacks, while Zardozi, Parsi work, Baroque crystals, Kashmiri tilla work, faux fur are some of the elements that dominate the collection.

Another theme, which has a mesmerizing effect on everyone, was that of the new-age bride collection. The lehenga’s and golden embroidered choli’s with tassels completed with a matching ornate dupatta is heavenly and breathtaking. Different shades of shades of tangerine, sunset yellow, hues of pink, and fiery reds with gold and silver embroidery dominated the collection. Heavy embroidery work is one of the hooves of this festive season.

An elegant pattern — that of a mustard embroidered lehenga teamed with a golden choli and pale pink dupatta with embroidered edges — is perfect for the Sangeet ceremony. Also the innovative one-shoulder choli, particularly designed for the Mehendi ceremony, is also picking up its way to be one of the most favorites.

The wedding sarees collection has some new designs and fabrics, which featured some fine hand embroidery of different colors. In some of the new bridal collection of sarees, they have used new designs using different fabric prints like Banarasi Sarees with embroidery work, silk sarees with net cloth, Tant sarees, Sambalpuri sarees, Georgette sarees, and Net sarees with stones, embroidery and saree border patchwork. Such outfits are popular among Indian brides, as they give a more elegant and gorgeous look. Such initiative by Indians wedding collection reflects upon women who define beauty, passion, dreams, freedom, love, warmth, and a desire to look gorgeous and stunning.

There are many new styles and cuts with elegant colors adorned with embroideries. The Walima dresses are designed in very smooth elegant colors with the light one like peach, sky blue, grey, white, skin, apple green, etc. along with embroideries and contrasts of striking colors like brown, black, golden, silver, and many more. The latest Walima dresses mostly contain open shirts paired with lehenga or the long frocks of ground length.

Various other lehenga patterns have also been a priority among the designers. Lehenga with long trials is the number one trend. Bringing home the royal tradition of the West, a trail adds glamour and richness to any designer lehenga and makes it look really like couture.

Jacket lehengas, a new trend in which long, ankle-length jackets over the lehengas are worn. The jacket may be opaque, in silk or crepe, and may take place of the choli, or it may be sheer to be worn over a cropped choli.

Gota border has been in trend amongst lehenga designs since 2014, and this year, designers have embroidered gold borders. Both are trendy. Also try heavy tassles at the corners of dupatta.

Winter trends have also come to light with full or long sleeves with gowns or long cholis and cropped bundhbala cholis. A perfect blouse always builds the saree or the lehenga look. So, Indian winter wedding dresses had the accent of a sleeved blouse to enhance the glamour. Layering is an advocated look for winter. The collection seemed to have been celebrating the layered look on Indian attires. Jackets and capes on sarees and lehengas looked uber elegant.

So, get set, pack your bags, and get the latest wedding dress for yourself!

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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