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Indian bridal dress
By :   Jayesh Purohit
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Wedding is one of the most important occasions for any Indian girl, and she wants to make it the most memorable one. And wedding trousseau is a thing that helps make her wedding a special event. But as happens with all brides, they do not know what is hot and what is not; should they go for traditional or modern. Such and other issues haunt them during the pre-wedding preparation. This article aims to help brides select their wedding dresses which suit their requirement and make the marriage an unforgettable occasion.


Brides, first and foremost your wedding dress has to be graceful as well as chic, it needs to be unique and still should fit into your budget. Then comes the style. Would you like to go for modern or traditional? Which style suits to your figure and occasion? You can decide this on your own or you can seek advice of fashion or dress designer. Professional guidance can help you a lot.


Traditional


Usually Indian brides settle on traditional heavy work trousseau because on a very few occasions Indian girls garb themselves in such beautiful and colourful dresses. But brides remember that silhouettes must be feminine. These days brides love pastel shades and whites; earlier they used to prefer dark and vivacious colours. Latest lustrous designs and light colours are in.


Metallic colours are also in vogue. Colours like silver and rust brown can be a good choice. If you are tying knot in summer, go for cool colours like sky blue, sea green and other gentle colours. Earthen colours are not in today. Nets, transparent fabrics and a general feel of lightness are also trendy. Stay away from golden look and pick up white gold and silver look. Wedding dress is normally made of rich materials like silks and velvets and worked over heavily in gold trimmings or brocade. Indians are fascinated by colours like red, pink, and maroon.


Traditional Indian bridal wear includes elite collection of Indian bridal dress, zari sarees, embroided sarees, gem embellished wear, elegant Indian bridal suits in hottest designs and styles. Indian bridal wear makes the most of rich resource of Indian fabrics like brocade, silk, tissue, crepes, zari, georgette and many more. Each piece of bridal wear has supreme grace and craftsmanship that imparts stylishness and royalty to the bride. In Indian bridal wear elaborate work of resham, heavy zardosi, kundan work enhanced by enthralling patterns and colours that appeal the eyes.


What is hot Today


Selection of bridal wear eats up a hell lot of time as bridal ensemble is going to play an important part on that crucial day. This is the reason brides today turn to designer wears and fashion designers are in great demand when the wedding season is in full swing.


Many designers combine the look of the modern world and the traditional Indian wedding dress designs. The result is some cool designs which look Indian but show some western influence. These designers select colours like red, rust, maroon in the winters and pink, cream, and gold in the hotter weather. These Indian bridal wedding dresses are now widespread. It can be seen that the combination only emphasizes the beauty and the elegance that the wedding dress projects.


Given today's wedding, it is advisable that brides should consult any dress designer for their wedding ensemble; even if they go for traditional dressings, a designer can help her in all manners.


About the Author:


The author is associated with www.firstphera.com as the Senior Editor.

 

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Published On Thursday, August 07, 2008
 
 
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