The pandemic has modified the means we dwell. With the massive fats weddings turning into intimate celebrations, even the bridal trousseau has undergone a metamorphosis. Millennial brides are transferring away from pointless fanfare. With the visitor lists being trimmed down from 500 to 50, it’s onerous to rationalise a monetary funding in a short lived wardrobe. So brides desire sensible, timeless items which have heritage woven into them.
Designer Abhinav Mishra says, “Lighter fabrics such as georgette and chiffon with mirror or gota work, or heavier fabrics with sparse embroidery are in. Since wedding ceremonies are a personal affair, brides do not want heavily embroidered lehengas. They are happy with bright prints, lively colours and minimal work.”
The choices for pre-wedding ceremony capabilities are additionally altering as brides vote for performance. “Brides want outfits that can be worn again, such as a beautiful cape or an embroidered bomber that can be teamed with dresses and denims later,”says designer Payal Singhal.
And beautiful masks that match with the lehenga are a should. “Customised ones with initials and blingy, embellished ones are quite in,” says designer Sonaakshi Raaj. Covid couldn’t kill our celebratory spirit!
This look by Papa Don’t Preach is quirky but fashionable and fuss-free
This embellished blazer by Payal Singhal teamed with a tulle lehenga will be worn later with pants
Cheerful, vibrant colors are in. This pink jacket-fashion lehenga by Roora by Ritam is comfy and fashionable
Brides are going for light-weight lehengas with full of life prints. This one by Anita Dongre is simple to hold