Indian weddings and gold go hand in hand.
The yellow bling has a huge presence in attire embellishments and jewellery at an Indian wedding.
To say that an Indian wedding is not possible without gold power is certainly not an understatement.
The Indian fashion weeks of this season have also reckoned with the Indian gold fantasy to offer great blingy trends. They have dictated that gold is the new red for Indian weddings. And sure enough Indian wedding outfits with gold, beige or nude tones superimposed with golden embellishments are becoming popular among the new brides.
Indian wedding outfits display gold in some form or the other. However Indian wedding outfits that are seeping with gold exude a celestial aura. The doyens of Indian fashion like Sabyasachi and Tarun Tahiliani (to name a few) have offered captivating, sparkling creations of Indian wedding outfits. The famed fashion designer Gaurav Gupta’s ensembles have made the fashion fraternity experience the ethereal effect of metallic divinity. He proves that well executed Indian wedding outfits in gold bring out the goddess in every woman.
Jacqueline Fenandez walking for Manish Malhotra at Lakme Fashion Week SR 2016
For warmer Indian skin tones the golden hue works like magic. Indian skin tones of any shade look great in golden attires. Also Indian wedding outfits in gold are suitable for any culture and religion across the country. It is also easy to bring in the traditional hues of green, red or even white/ ivory in the attire through accessories, dupattas or blouses, if needed.
Golden Indian wedding outfits are meant to steal thunder at Indian weddings as well as red carpet events. At Strand of Silk, we bring to you the choicest collection of golden Indian wedding outfits that will help you dazzle.
Gowns are becoming popular at Indian wedding events especially for pre-wedding functions. Gowns add an element of glamour to the Indian weddings and golden fabric enhances the gown’s glamour manifold. A simple gown with golden fabric in a flattering silhouette can become the ideal wedding outfit without any accessories. The regal golden lycra gown and golden one shouldered gown are perfect examples for it.
The cascading golden gown with the sheer ruffles has a stunning and dramatic effect. The beautiful golden embellishment on Mandira Wirk’s gorgeous corset gown, with a striking contrast of blue, creates a breathtaking visual.
Indian weddings are insipid without the twirl of lehengas. The blingy lehengas with a light hint of colour create a party look with sophistication. The gorgeous golden and blue lehenga creates an arresting effect with blue drape over the enchanting golden lehenga.
The exquisitely detailed sharara set with mesmerising zardosi work jacket makes a great impact with blue panels in the sharara. The pink dupatta also enhances the charm of the golden alluring lehenga by Mandira Wirk when paired with ornate one shouldered blouse.
Sarees give a traditional touch to an Indian wedding. Traditionally most of the sarees for Indian weddings are in hues like red or green. However golden sarees add a modern touch to the traditional perspective.
The royal blue and golden drape saree by Mandira Wirk is proof to the heavenly effect of a golden ensemble. The dhoti style pre-pleated saree by Siddartha Tytler with copper sheen exudes the metallic charm with elegance along with red full sleeved blouse. Sophistication and celebration come together attractively in the chic golden saree, and regal gold and off-white saree. The stylish beige net saree is an epitome of Indian glamour with its interesting play of net and gold.
Anarkalis create a regal look which is perfect for an Indian wedding. With a golden touch these Indian wedding outfits display majestic glamour at its best. Below are some scintillating golden anarkalis for Indian weddings.
So this wedding season opt for opulent golden Indian wedding outfits against the traditional strong hues. Golden outfits can be easily accessorised as they look regal with any type of jewellery. To make your wedding as good as gold, what can be more effective than dressing up head to toe in gold.
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