Designer Nikasha Tawadey believes that colour is the most important aspect for a bride. Not the accessories or the bling. Usual bridal outfits are highly embellished and detailed, often so much so that they weigh in the double digit kgs.
The designer, based in Singapore, believes that brides going over-board with embellishments can be avoided by smartly using colours. "Getting into the bridal line was the natural evolution from what we were doing all this time," said Tawadey whose bohemian inspired drapes have became a popular trend on the fashion circuit. "For me, it's not just about embroidery, but how does a woman standout in a crowd... For me, the colour is the most important thing in trousseau, which can help a girl standout even with simple designs played beautifully with hues," she told IANS.
The designer's debut bridal line "Rani" is a mix of pretty and colourful range of saris, lehengas and anarkalis. The line features embroidery, and this is combined with archived romantic floral prints. Nikasha is targeting a smart dresser with this collection.
"I never want my bride to be like a mannequin and invite people to come and see her clothes and accessories... If she is not able to move out and enjoy the occasion, then what's the point,", and she adds, "Anyone and everyone, who wants to look sensual and start a trend with her looks can wear it."
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