The Best Wedding Attires we spotted on celebs in Lakme Fashion Week 2018!
Recently, Kareena Kapoor Khan closed for the grand finale of Lakme Fashion Week, wearing a jazzy cocktail gown and stole a thousand hearts! This also marked the end of Lakme Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2018 which gave us some major fashion inspo!
If you are attending a wedding or getting married in the near future and looking for wedding wear inspiration, you are at the right place. I have been keeping an eye on all the 5 days of the Lakme fashion week and here’s brining to you our favourite shaadi wear picks from LFW A/W 2018. Check it out:
1. Jayanti Reddy:
Jayanti Reddy’s winter festive collection called ‘N O O R’ was a sight to behold. She dedicated her collection to the Noor that resides in each of us. “We imagine Noor to not just be fascinated with the natural world, but bring it into her very life. We interpret this with the bewitching, bold flowers and foliage that creep into our designs,” says the designer.
What I love about it: The new-age salwar kurtas which are so mehendi and haldi ready, the colour pallete of the whole collection and the offbeat and stunning blouses with breathtaking necklines will be something totally refreshing for bridal wear options.
2. Nachiket Barve:
Jahnvi Kapoor looked jaw-droppingly gorgeous in this floral printed lehenga by Nachiket Barve who presented his collection ‘Millenial Maharani’ this season. According to him- a wedding will just need clothes to be dazzling and not jewellry! I say win win!
The collection takes inspiration from the globe trotting Indian Royalty of the 20’s and 30’s; looking at the lifestyle of jet setting millennial bride squads, for weddings sprawled across the globe.
He says, “Stitch by stitch, bead by bead these clothes are made with great love and attention to detail. Imagine the private gardens of the queen, blossoming with fragrant flowers and ripe pomegranates which are interpreted in Resham embroidery and faceted beading. Every piece of fabric hand cut and appliquéd to a garment with micro beaded clusters of blossoms on beautiful customised fabric.”
What I love about it: The sheer silhouette that’s wrapping up the blouses style is something totally unique I spotted this fashion week and the then of course the high-wait lehenga skirts! What? They are a saviour to hide those mithai and stress eating days,
3. Gaurav Katta:
Gaurav Katta presented his collection ‘The souvenir of british india’ and it was phenomenal. He says, “ our collection is about Independence, Elegance & Empowerment elaborating the Shades of 16th Century of the Indian British royalty”.
What I love about it: The colour-palette – which is so subtle and understated. You can pair a statement jewelry with some really dramatic makeup and slay your wedding day like a queen! Also, the use of jackets over gowns, giving it a touch of true royalty.
4. Monisha Jaising:
Monisha Jaising, who is synonymous with cocktail couture and resort, showcased the collection ‘Shades of a Diva’. It’s makeup range that draws from the different moods of Kareena Kapoor Khan herself.
Although, take inspiration from the dresses, they are exactly what you need for your cocktail or sangeet night!
What I love about it: The beaded and taffeta gowns, the sari hybrids in solid hues and Kareena Kapoor Khan gown! That holographic pleated number is a vision to behold.
5. Payal Singhal:
What I love about it: The prints of course and along with that the plunging necklines and the use of such subtle colors! It’s a totally mehendi-haldi-reception ready option.
6. Anushree Reddy:
She says, “Our fictional muse “Sitara”. Sitara draws inspiration from the little things in her life and celebrates her life in all its glory.”
What I love about it: The shaadi-ready colours for a modern bride and the use of ruffles and bling which gives the whole collection a princess-ey vibe! Also, the ruffled sarees in the whole collection are just ah-mazing.
7. Disha Patil:
She says, “At Disha Patil , we design for the modern Indian bride who knows that timeless luxury is where quality, craftsmanship and culture lovingly co-exist.”
What I love about it: The off-beat, yet classy lehenga colors, the subtle use of bling and the breathtaking front and back blouse designs!
So, is your wedding wardrobe sorted?