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Our Favourite Indian Bridal Wear Trends of 2014
Our Favourite Indian Bridal Wear Trends of 2014
05 th Jan 2015

The year of 2014 has been an exciting year for Indian fashion. The year saw the emergence of many trends that broke the mould in Indian bridal wear.

Indian designers presented some amazing innovations and designs that changed the face of Indian bridal wear.

Here are some of the trends in Indian bridal wear during the past year that made us sit up and take notice.

Comeback of Lace

Fashion has come a full circle and has brought back lace in outfits in a big way. Indian bridal designers liberally borrowed this trend to create ravishing Indian bridal wear in lace that is classic and fashionable.

Lace creates an aura of timeless style and understated elegance. When dressed up with sparkling elements like sequins, beads and zari, Indian brides dressed in lace outfits are a sight to behold. Take a look at this gleaming saree from our collection that will prove this to you. The saree and the strappy blouse, when paired with ethnic jewellery is a great choice for the modern Indian bride.

Our Favourite Indian Bridal Wear Trends of 2014 - Lace sarees

Indian Gowns

A major trend that emerged in 2014 is of Indian gowns. They beautifully combine Indian craft techniques like zardosi, aari embroidery and gota patti work with modern silhouettes.

This is a masterstroke by Indian designers of cleverly encouraging traditional Indian techniques while also catering to the ever increasing demand of gowns among Indian brides. These gowns are a hot favourite for cocktail parties and beach weddings where brides show off their fun and fashionable side.

Our Favourite Indian Bridal Wear Trends of 2014 - Indian gowns

This gorgeous pink gown by Jyotsna Tiwari with billowing tulle skirt has a stunning bodice with aari embroidery. This amalgamation of Indian workmanship and modern silhouette creates a splendid outfit that is a must-have in every bride’s trousseau.

Colour Splash

Gone are the days when Indian bridal wear used fabrics in a handful of colours. Brides would pick from red, green or yellow sarees or lehengas from the limited colour choices they had. Heralding a sea change from the norm, the past year saw Indian bridal outfits being splashed with a bevy of colours.

Brides took a bold step to experiment with vibrant and pastel colours alike. We give this trend thumbs up as they look fantastic on traditional Indian clothes.

Our Favourite Indian Bridal Wear Trends of 2014 - Colour Splash Indian Wear

Take a look at this gorgeous lehenga in burnt orange by Anita Dongre that is designed to dazzle. The blue satin saree by Narendra Kumar is adorned with sequins and zari work. The way it is presented here is ideal for the modern Indian bride who wants a mix of traditional and contemporary elements in her bridal outfit.

For the brides with discerning tastes, Raakesh Agarvwal has designed this gorgeous champagne shaded georgette saree. These outfits go on to prove that you don’t have to stick to regular colours when it comes to choosing Indian bridal wear. Don’t shy away from experimenting, cause the trend of Indian bridal wear in unconventional colours is here to stay.

Revival of Traditional Indian Crafts

Indian bridal wear designers have begun to include traditional craft forms in their clothes to display the rich heritage that India has when it comes to craftsmanship. Featuring aari work, kantha, bandhini, gota-patti embroidery and zari work, these outfits give a major boost to traditional Indian crafts.

Our Favourite Indian Bridal Wear Trends of 2014 - Indian craftwork

We’ve got some amazing Indian bridal wear in our collection featuring exquisite Indian craftsmanship. If you want your bridal wear to mirror the rich craft heritage of India, do take a look at this Gota Patti lehenga and Bandhini Lehenga by Anita Dongre. If saree is your preferred Indian bridal wear, then try this Pink Raakesh Agarvwal saree with Aari work.

These are some of our favourite trends in Indian bridal wear in the year 2014. While these trends are here to stay, we are excited about the new designs and trends that the New Year has to offer. Here is wishing you all a wonderful year ahead. Stay stylish, as always. 

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