When we talk about the Indian Bride, all you can imagine is grace, clad in shades of red, decorated with jewellery in gold. But then again, there are those other Indian brides who don’t believe in that traditional feel. These brides believe that their wedding outfit must be a glimpse of their soul – something that they can rightfully call their own.
This one goes out to all the unconventional brides with a mind of their own and a style that defines their persona.
Be original on your wedding and take inspiration from these gorgeous and ultra-rare outfits. Whats most important is to be true to yourself on your big day
If boho is your calling, make sure to incorporate lots of flowers. Bhipasha Basu chose to do it right with a gorgeous flower crown and flower jewellery. Add to this look with a floral lehenga in a light shade.
If you like your hair tied but still wanna mix things up with the bohemian look, just add a touch of flowers in your bun. This strikes the perfect balance, keeping it traditional with a refreshing twist!
Then of course, if you don’t want to be a typical heavily dressed bride, make a statement with soft shades like whites and off-whites and go big on the flowers!
- RAINBOW BRIDES
If you have a rainbow personality, let the colours in your lehenga do the talking on your wedding day!
Patch-work could also be your holy grail for this look!
A colourful lehenga skirt with a single-toned blouse does the trick if you don’t wanna let go of your queen-like jewellery.
- LESS IS MORE – NEUTRALS
This look is for you if you’re not a fan of an array of colours in your clothing and like to wear soft shades in the nude palette. Experiment with a lot of texture in your outfit like lace and net with a dash of bling to make it look like pure royalty.
Or you could keep it ultra light and wear a heavily embroidered sharara suit and complete the look with your accessories.
- TRIBAL-GYPSY-FUSION-BANJARAN LOOK
The ones who like to make a statement with their outfits and don’t fear experimentation should definitely try this one out.
Go crazy with this look, everything is acceptable. This look lets you express yourself even in the smallest details like hair and accessories.
Those who have a free spirited style, would love to work with patch-work of different prints.
For this look, go BIG on accessories. Don’t be afraid to add colourful belts.
Body-chains dangling from your blouse is something that is very unique and definitely pulls your entire look together! The more, the merrier!
This look demands your hands being full of bangles and rings. You can also wear midi-rings to add to the finger accessories. The main point is going over-the-top with your accessories.
Don’t let your hair kill your entire fusion-gypsy look. Add some braids and beads to pull it all together.
You could get an embroidered skirt with gathers for a more unique look! A dupatta with heavy embroidery all along the borders is a must!
If you want to do without the dupatta, go for a bold, fully embriodered blouse. Don’t wear a very heavy neck-piece because it’ll shift focus from your blouse. Instead, accessorize with a heavy jhoomar and belt.
Be different with a light-coloured lehenga. Add more than a pop of colour with your embroidery.
- LET YOUR ACCESSORIES DO THE TALKING
If you’re a fan of bold accessories, keep your lehenga simple. You could go for a beautiful brocade lehenga with a fine print, in a dark colour. Experiment with a tube-blouse so that you can make the most with your neck-pieces. A relatively-empty neck gives you lots to work with. Layer-away!