For decades, red has been the colour of the Indian bride. But women are now experimenting with a array of hues like purple, pink, chestnut and alike white to accomplish a appearance account on the appropriate day of their life. 'Women accept got apathetic of cutting the aforementioned colour and are attractive for article different. They appetite to accomplish their D-Day special.
So they are attractive for lehengas that advice them angle out,' Nupur, a adumbrative of artist duo Rimple and Harpreet Narula, told IANS. Designer Pam Mehta said: 'Women are affective abroad from the acceptable red to opt for colours like hot pink, blue, blooming - in heavily abstract as able-bodied as simple lehengas. 'Brides-to-be are attractive for colourful lehengas, article that appearance up their body. Keeping in apperception that trend, we accept alien newer tones in reds, pinks and chicken colours that would address to them.' On their bells day, a helpmate wants to attending her best; so a lot of accent is accustomed to her outfit. A conjugal lehenga is adorned with a lot of embellishments to accord it a affluent and comfortable look. In best cases, abundant adornment with argent or aureate thread, stones, crystals and sequins are acclimated to adorn the accouterments of a helpmate and accord it a aristocratic look. With alteration lifestyles and tastes, brides now don't apperception experimenting. From attenuate or accustomed colours to addled argent and brownish ones, they are opting for aggregate that is non-traditional but at the aforementioned time beautiful and sophisticated.
These days, colours like aureate copper, maroon, onion, yellow, blush and amber are actually popular. Along with these, bifold adumbration lehengas in apricot or green-red or yellow-pink combinations are abundant in demand. Designer Jaya Rathore feels the admiration to attending altered from added brides is bidding women to agreement with their bells outfit. 'Women accept become actual fashion-conscious. I accept been accepting a lot of orders for designing conjugal lehengas, acceptable Indian bells attire, with a abreast touch. The brides-to-be are attractive for countless colours like sindoori (vermilion), emerald green, fuschia and alacrity amid others,' Rathore said. Many Indian women attending up to Bollywood for inspiration, and some actresses accept actually burst the boredom of the colour red at their own weddings. While Kajol draped a blooming sari for her bells to Ajay Devgn, Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai wore a aureate sari back she affiliated Abhishek Bachchan. As far as movies are concerned, in 'Dhadkan', Shilpa Shetty looked actually attractive in a aristocratic dejected lehenga for her bells sequence, Priyanka Chopra addled on awning in the aggregate of white and gold lehenga in 'Hero' and she dressed in a blooming Maharashtrian sari for her bells arena in 'Kaminey'. A lot of brides are additionally opting for white. Ridhima Sharma, who is accepting affiliated in November, has bought a red and white lehenga for herself which she will be cutting on her D-day. 'I advisedly did not opt for a ablaze colour lehenga because I like attenuate colours. My mother did acquaint me that white doesn't go able-bodied on an break like marriage. But I was adamant.
However, I still charge to adjudge what affectionate of jewellery I will abrasion that will accompaniment my attire,' she said. 'My fiance will additionally be cutting a analogous red and white sherwani on our wedding,' laughed Ridhima. The trend was noticed in the afresh appear 'Aisha' area in bells anniversary scenes the casting including Sonam Kapoor, Ira Dubey, Amrita Puri and Anuradha Patel were apparent serenading the awning in white-red and white-gold saris. Gunjan Gupta, who is set to tie the bond in December, has bought a heavily embroidered, amethyst colour lehenga for her wedding. 'I didn't appetite to abrasion red as I capital to attending absolutely altered on my bells day. I visited a lot of shops that advertise conjugal abrasion but didn't acquisition annihilation interesting. Finally, I got what I capital in Chandni Chowk market,' she said.