There is no denying that bridal, and traditional wear at large, is mostly about trans-seasonal fashion these days. But even so, there is something to be said about the season in which you tie the knot. We partnered with Asiana Magazine to shoot the keys looks for every kind of bride this winter. Which one are you?
Turns out, gold, blush tones and pastels are the way to be this winter. Go on and pick your favourite look.
The Sabyasachi Bride: Traditionalist at heart
She may be a global girl at heart, but when it comes to her wedding day, traditional is the only one she’d go. An ornate lehenga, modest blouse and polki jewellery to match will do the trick.
The Varun Bahl Bride: Poised princess
Girly-girl could easily be her middle name. This bride revels in soft, feminine looks, and her wedding day garb is no different. Even better if vintage florals are thrown in for good measure.
The Anamika Khanna Bride: Avant-garde Diva
Why wear the same ol’ cuts when you can go experimental instead? This bride is always looking for something unconventional to elevate her repertoire, and isn’t afraid of silhouettes that aren’t tried-and-tested.
The Gaurav Gupta Bride: Drama queen
Flair for flare? Yes, please! This bride is all about making dramatic statements that are bound to grab more than a few eyeballs. She wouldn’t dream of a wedding wardrobe without dollops of unabashed glamour.
The Gaurang Shah Bride: Revivalist Queen
Here’s a bride who takes pride in her culture and heritage. Hence it’s no surprise that she’s always drawn towards Indian textile art and heritage weaves. She’s not afraid to go all-out traditional for her big day.
The Rimple & Harpreet Narula Bride: Royalty redefined
This bride has the air of a ruling queen. She is regal in her sartorial choices and prefers her wedding repertoire with a touch of restrained royal splendour and old-world charm as well.
Hair: Aamir Naveed, Make up: Ambreen. Shot at Zita Elze Flowers floral studio in Kew Gardens.