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Going Floral This Summer with your Wedding Trousseau

Bollywood wedding trousseau

The western world has been sporting floral prints in all most all forms of apparel – from cute little shorts to pretty vintage skirts to jackets and coats to sun dresses and ball gowns. These prints have been around for quite a while now and this trend has caught the fancy of some desi stylists and fashionistas who are churning out some interesting creations. Here is a look at some interesting desi designs for a very chic and contemporary wedding trousseau!

shraddha Kapoor Wedding Trousseau

Sabyasachi Mukherjee as we all know, is among the top designers for traditional Indian wear especially bridal wear and his collections are often heavily embellished! We loved this look on Shraddha Kapoor where she looked utterly feminine and very chic in a very breezy, lightweight blush floral print sari. The look was minimalist and simple with just the right amount of glam bought in by the gold zari border and the sequin-embellished neckline and backline.

Indian wedding Trousseau

If you love the floral print but think it is too simple for a Bride, you must definitely check out designer Pallavi Jaikishan’s gorgeous bridal collection. Her designs are the perfect blend of pastel colors and floral prints with heavy appliqué work and Indian embroidery styles. Amidst her vast collection, you will find hand painted French jaquard, georgette and tulle sarees in fresh and breezy colors with Pallavi’s signature floral print.

Wedding Trousseau India

For something lighter and still bride worthy, this pretty lehenga teamed with a floral print choli is simply fabulous.

jacqueline fernandez weddding look

Or what about this breezy refreshing blush pink lehenga worn by Jacqueline Fernandez for noted designer Shehla khan?

bhairavi-jaikishan outfit LFW

If you are stocking up on some heavy Indian attire for your trousseau, these Bhairavi Jaikishen ensembles are just perfect for your wedding trousseau.

wedding trousseau in India

While most men would shy away from floral prints, Sabyasachi uses them to put together a unique line of wedding wear for men. At a Couture week, the designer put forward Nehru jackets, sherwanis and bandhgalas in pastel shades with tonal embroidery, quilting and floral prints with matching turbans.

grooms wedding trousseau

If you find these floral print ensembles a little too much for your liking, how about some floral print turbans! We absolutely love these floral print pagdis again by Sabyasachi at Fashion Week.

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Author: Marry Me | Posted on: February 20, 2015 at 5:04 pm | Posted under: Fashion, Indian Weddings, Shop Till You Drop, Things We Love, Wedding Inspiration, Wedding Trousseau | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL

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