Bridal Couture 2012
Posted by Indian Fashion Police on January 20, 2012
Every year Indian Fashion Police lists down few designers who would make waves in Indian Bridal Couture and we do get an amazing response for this blog post of ours. Here is our low down on which designer is ‘Hot & happening’ this wedding season of year 2012.
Designer Suneet Varma showcased his recent Bridal Collection at the Delhi Couture Week and all I can say that I was ‘F-L-O-O-R-E-D’ after seeing the bridal colors with a touch of glam & sophistication. The very contemporary collection had a range of sarees, lehengas, gowns, jackets, Anarkali………….there was an outfit would fit every bridal occasion like Cocktails, Mehendi, Pheras and the Reception, in short this collection was a complete ‘Bridal Trousseau’ pack. What more could a bride-to-be ask for her big day. Lace, shimmer and detail work were the focus of this collection. Definitely worth checking Suneet Varma’s recent Bridal Collection if you are hunting for a very contemporary Bridal Trousseau.
The Designer Duo Ashima & Leena unveiled their recent most Bridal wear at Delhi Couture Week, the simplicity of their collection caught my eye. The use of sheer fabric with delicate detail & brocade work was awesome. The collection has a regal air to it. Indian Fashion Police recommends this collection for the year 2012 for brides-to-be who want a simple yet classic look in their Bridal wear.
Tarun Tahiliani still works wonders when it comes down to Bridal wear. The grandeur can only be seen in his work that is sure to make any bride stand out of the rest. This year Tarun focused on darker colors in his bridalwear collection. The trademark ‘Ambi’ motif is seen in most the detailwork in his designs. For a wedding outfit which you would like to pass on to your next generation, Tarun Tahiliani is the answer to your prayers.
Varun Bahl’s collection had a very Victorian feel to his collection. Flowy fabrics were combined with velvet, exaggerated shoulders. ball gown style Lehengas, the ruffle detailing and subtle detail work. If you wanna channel the victorian era on your wedding day then do opt for Varun Bahl’s collection.
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