Trends You Just Can’t Miss This Fall Wedding Season 2016

The couture wedding affair is all set to witness brides in new age silhouettes with best combinations from the designer wear and high street. Inspired by designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, this season brides will be seen donning the old-school charm look. The colour palette for fall wedding is going to be sombre and dark. The cold shoulder trend of the 80-90s made a comeback in a big way this season. Glitter gowns with sheer full-sleeve and intricate embroidery gets its oomph factor from the classic cut-off shoulders. Here, we bring you the hottest fall wedding trends you must have in your wardrobe this season.

 Beige lehengas and French Knots

The collection is easy on the eye and features breezy fabrics, pale pastels, and hints of bare skin.Buoyancy, lightness, finesse and froth match the mood of today’s new generation Indians who prefer comfort and fit over heavy, cumbersome old school bridal and occasion wear. Wedding wear is all about individual taste but in recent years there has been a tilt towards lighter and more structured styles.

Salient Pastels, Floral Embroidery, Dhoti Skirts 



Modern bride today are surely a game to experiment with her style and add a dramatic zeal to their bridal couture. This year has seen a stylish comeback of floral embroidery and prints. Crop tops and jackets paired with dhoti skirts make for a unique statement look. The palette in vogue is cream and pastel shades that are offset by a lot of computer embroidery and dazzling gota patti work.

Bold Metallic Patterns & Structured Silhouettes

The florals of Kashmir done with baroque trellises from age old era. Kashmiri kani flowed into rich golden zardozi work. The one welded beautifully with the meekness of the other. The colour palette shall sick to reds, whites and blacks for this range. The silhouettes being voluminous and extravagant. Structured jackets paired with dresses and full skirts. The bold modernity of the silhouettes adding elegance and chicness to complete the look. Bright colours, gold accents, delicate metallic patterns and structured looks will be best.

Brining back 70’s in vogue

Lehengas, jackets, palazzos, pants, and anarkalis embellished with intricate bead work, dull sequins, 3D flowers and gold embroidery. The outfits in fabrics like organza and georgette, in hues like white, ivory and beige to fiery red, black and yellow. The return of ’70s fashion follows floral lehengas with high shine and shimmer.


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