Hot Trends For This Wedding Season

hot wedding trends

This past one year has been a year of celebrity weddings. Right from Anushka Sharma, Sonam Kapoor to the recent Isha Ambani’s big fat Indian wedding, fashion designers are on a roll. And these celeb weddings intimate or big have set trends and unusual ideas in the fashion and styling world.

Today brides are ready to experiment with different styles and getting bolder with their colour choices. So let us see at some of the hot trends for the modern brides, to follow for the coming wedding season.

The Pastel Colour Scheme:

Anushka Sharma set off this trend with her pastel wedding lehenga which is one of the top weddings looks at present. Brides are now moving away from the traditional wedding colours of red and pink and opting for the subtle and more decent pastel coloured scheme right from their wedding decor to dress.

At Shamal Designs, we have fabrics like Bamboo, Barbie jari, Paper silk, Croma, Passion silk, Sonakshi slub, Greek-dyed and many more in pastel colour schemes.

Color Scheme for Fabric

Embroidered Messages in the Wedding Dress:

Deepika’s shloka embroidered dupatta was touted to be a big trend. And Priyanka Chopra followed suit with embroidered messages of her parents name and a few terms important to her in her white wedding dress. It is more of personalisation of your wedding outfit.

Shloka Embroidered on Deepika's Dupatta

 

You can explore our designer window section on Shamal Designs website to create your customised wedding looks with our fabrics and designers.

Ruffle it Up:

Embellished blouses with asymmetric drapes, fancy tassels, and faux feathers are gaining immense popularity. Ruffles, fringes and feathers are dominating the wedding trend chart this season. Try these on your dupatta edges, sleeves or your cholis.

The classic Royal look:

Being a bride is a once in a lifetime opportunity and every bride wishes to look like a princess on their D-day. This has given rise to the trend of the ‘modern maharani’, where you blend the royal traditional look with a contemporary touch.

For this look, you can select from our wide range of fabrics like- evergreen brocades, detailed applic work, antique Kasab brocades, Jaipuri heritage fabrics and more.

The trends emerged in the past year for weddings is simplicity and sophistication with a touch of modernism. In the end, it is all about how you add your own personality to your wedding ensemble.

So brides, make the best use of our fabrics and stand out on your special day!

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