Spring beckons a feeling of warmth and a hope for sunshine after the long winter.
In India spring starts to give the feel of the summer heat that will soon engulf us. But still spring is a lovely time before the sweltering Indian heat reaches its peak.
Apart from perfect weather, it is also a perfect opportunity to bring out your spring wear. Spring is the time to display your sleeveless clothes, shorter skirts and shorts. Well what else does a fashion diva need, after the long spell of conservative winter wear?!
Do you have a big celebration coming up this spring? Nothing can be more celebratory than a gown. We bring to you the choicest collection of designer Indian gowns that are perfect for this spring.
If you are a bride to be, then you must explore Indian gowns by this designer who is a pro at juxtaposing Indian crafts into modern silhouettes. Her signature gota patti work makes a presence in her latest creations too. The fresh pastel shades make her Indian gowns perfect for spring. Anita Dongre has also adopted the dhoti cut, (which is all the rage this season) in her gowns. Striking embellishments on the bodice make a great difference by adding an Indian touch to the gowns.
Mandira Wirk is a famed name behind exquisite bridal attires. Her bridal gowns spell luxury and uber elegance.
Neoprene, a wetsuit material, has found application in high end couture. Mandira Wirk has made generous use of the latest fashion material in her structured Indian gowns. The advantages of the fabric means that her outfits are as comfortable as they are stylish. The vibrant colours of the gowns are Indian wedding ready, while the mango toned yellow saree gown announces summer in a great way and the embellished saree gown is a perfect outfit for Sangeet or a Cocktail party.
Swatee Singh has become a popular name in the brief span after the launch of her label in 2014. She works on attires with contemporary ideologies and her sophisticated attires are winning the hearts of the fashion connoisseurs everywhere.
Swatee’s Indian gowns with stunning colours and striking fluid silhouettes are made for a mesmerising party look. The asymmetrical cuts of the blue gown and the loosely falling cowl neck of the red gown are visually arresting.
Nothing evokes the spring feeling more than flowers. Here is a collection of flower inspired Indian gowns which will be perfect for spring.
The unconventional white sheer jumpsuit gown by Sougat Paul has a very dainty feel and the floral embroidery and peplum waist add interesting effects to the gown. The contemporary cherry blossom printed gown with a black corseted bust offers a sleek look.
The floral maxi dress by Michelle Salins is a great casual attire for an outing in warmer spring days. The floral embroidery on the bust of the powder blue gown by Kashmiraa, gives it a feminine charm. The alluring fish tail bottom adds a fascinating detail to the gown.
This spring, Indian gowns are ranging from the daintiest to the boldest colours. You can choose your colour palette depending upon whether you love subtle vintage or loud vivacious. You can also choose an outfit that will give you a contrast between both worlds. Contrasts in terms of deep colours moving closer to black and light shades also give an exciting effect.
Spring weather can be unpredictable, so for a crisp day keep layers like chic jackets and capes handy, for outdoor parties. They will sheath you for the needed warmth while adding a touch of elegance to your Indian gowns. A delightful Pashmina shawl will also help in getting the most coordinated look.
The warmth of spring is a beginning of celebration in India and most parts of the world. So we hope that you are ready with some outstanding Indian gowns to get into the celebration mood!
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