Indian Wedding and Jewellery

Indian Wedding and Jewellery

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Bridal saree trends

With fashion trends changing every season, why should bridal wear be left behind? Bridal dress trends also change every wedding season.
In 2008, the embroidery sarees and the fish-tail lehengas were the wedding season must-haves. The embroidery could be delicate or with heavy golden or silver zardozi work that would just take your breath away with it's intricacy and creativity.
Last year 2009 saw two trends, the heavily sequined sarees and ghagra cholis were the 'in' thing for the first half of the year adding the high-voltage sparkle to the wedding and the reception. In short, bling was in. The second half of the year saw the focus shifting towards the designer net sarees. It could be an all-net saree or just a net pallo. These sarees lend the modernly elegant yet traditional touch especially for the reception.
If the start of 2010 is any indicator of what trends are to come this year, velvet border sarees are gaining popularity. A decade ago gorgette and lace sarees with a velvet blouse were extreme popular. Looks like velvet is all set to make a royal comeback this year. An almost plain gorgette saree with a heavily sequined velvet border embedded with ravishing sequins adds to the stylish look. This saree can be paired with a corset blouse or a sleeveless blouse for a modern yet beautifully charming look or with a full sleeved blouse for that traditionally royal look. Aishwarya Rai was recently spotted flaunting a beautiful shimmering velvet frill border saree at an award function. This trend is sure to catch on!

8 comments:

Sareezfashions said...

bridal sarees are looking excellent and gorgeous.

Triveni Sarees said...

really sarees are the perfect wear for your special occasion and on your bridal day you can be a special one with heavy embroidery sarees which can make your occasions more special and charm your style and look....

twisha patel said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
twisha patel said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
John said...

When it comes to wedding and party wear then Indian ladies wear have an edge over other types of dresses, like designer lehenga choli for bride and designer indian saree for wedding are some of the best dresses in the world and can increase the beauty of a women manifold giving her a queen look.

appealfashions jodhpur said...

Sarees are the perfect dress for brides and you showed here nice collection of Bridal Sarees For Wedding. Lovely Sarees really.

Amelia Davis said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
bhusan nagle said...

Buying sarees online is a better technique for shopping. The good thing is that the datailed description of the product is available which also increases the knowledge about the product and the variety of it.