Designers Who Are Giving Us Major Wedding Style Inspo
Raise your hand if panic has already set in about the 5,000 outfits you have to figure out for the 3,000 weddings you have to attend this season *hand shoots up*. Sure, it’s not your big day, but you still gotta look LIT, right? I hear a lot of people complaining about not really feeling ethnic Indian wear, but I’m not one of those. I absolutely LOVE wearing traditional and fusion outfits, which is why I love attending weddings. Sarees, lehengas, shararas, and east-meets-west kitschy outfits totally get me excited. Besides, have you seen some of the stunning creations our fave Indian wear designers dazzle us with? I mean, what’s not to love?
From Manish Malhotra and Tarun Tahiliani to Jade and Raw Mango, each creation is a work of art that we would sell an arm and a leg to wear. Even if you can’t afford ’em, you must look to them for inspiration, right? I’m constantly scrolling through the Instagram pages of these maestros and drooling over whatever I see. Time for you to drool too, yes? So scroll on for some major wedding season outfit inspo — just keep your heart rate in check.
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Sonakshi Sinha slays in a layered lehenga by Manish Malhotra.
An edgy creation from Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s Firdaus collection.
Neha Dhupia looks lovely in Raw Mango blouse and lehenga separates.
Sophie Choudry is stunning in an ivory and gold top and lehenga skirt combo by Manish Malhotra.
How much do you love this flaming red embroidered set by Sabya?
Loving the off-shoulder wrap blouse on this one by Jade!
If lehengas and sarees aren’t your thing, this silk brocade blouse and trouser set from Raw Mango should do the trick.
White and gold never gets old, and Athiya Shetty proves it in this gorgeous Rahul Mishra lehenga.
The master of Indian couture, Tarun Tahiliani, breaks every rule in the book with this contrasting asymmetrical bridal lehenga.
It wont be easy to pull off this Masaba saree seen on Sonam Kapoor. Are you up for the challenge?