Bridal Dresses-Bridal Wear

Section 1

Bridal fashion has changed over the years. But one thing that hasn’t is the ecstasy of the moment. If you plan your trousseau well it will live up to all the forthcoming beautiful moments of your life. In fact, do choose your designer (or designers as the case maybe) at least three to six months in advance of your wedding date, so that there is no hassle. It pays to have more than one designer on the job simply because you avoid putting all your eggs in the one basket. However, don’t confuse the issue by having more then two designers because then you might have a problem with repetition. Also it will be more chaotic trying lo coordinating with too many designers.

Traditionally, bridal wear has been extremely opulent with lehengas, shararas, bridal saris and ghaghra cholis. But currently the look is distinctively rich. Yet Subtle. Bridal wear this season gets a little funkier with silhouettes being more defined. The lehenga will he more like a skirt than a full piece of cloth and not necessarily in its traditional mode. Mermaid Fishtail) ghaghras, which show off a Fit body to perfection or you, can choose the slim cut body hugging ghagra. The stylised short sari, which looks like a lehenga is also in—you call accessories it with an interesting dupatta. The current trend of draping a sari is the double drape style. This is still popular. In this style, a dupattas is used over the left shoulder along with the normal sari. It is also called combination draping. Sometimes the brides prefer two to three dupattas, which are heavily embellished with interesting borders.