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Bridal Trends Made-To-Order!

Wedding is certainly one of the most important days in a bride’s life. Nonetheless, finalising the wedding look can become absolutely stressful with the pressure of getting it right with various trends floating around. In spite of celebs serving us inspiration and designers introducing bespoke trends everyday, the task can become a mammoth one.

So here we are to make your life easy and help you with the most favoured trends of the season.

Monotone sophistication

We have seen the trend shifting from contrast lehenga and blouse to brides opting for the same shade for the entire outfit. While it’s a personal choice, we really like the trend as it stands out as sophisticated and classy.

Jewel contrast

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To break the monotone ensemble, brides opt for contrasting jewellery. If the outfit colour is a subtle, jewellery can be poppy. And if you’re donning a bright outfit, subtle jewellery can be your go-to. This is about striking a balance and making colour tones work.

Less is more

While heavy contouring, ampule of blush, highlighter and fake lashes come to your mind, brides have taken the lead to tone down their look. If you don’t wear heavy makeup daily, then it’s not a very good idea to opt for a heavy look on your wedding day. It can make you look different and you don’t want people to say that you don’t look like yourself.

Pastel perfect

When it comes to weddings, reds and pinks are considered the favoured colours. Not anymore, as now pastel shades are increasingly becoming the new favourite trends with off-whites, mauves, pinks, powder blues, lavenders and mints being the top picks. And the make-up also flows in the direction of the softer tones.

Back to roots

As much as the modern bride opts for the ‘contemporary look’, we have noticed an increase in the traditional looks’ trend when it comes to the big fat Indian weddings. The bride invariably opts for timeless jewellery, regional saris and classic hairdos. The best part is that traditional bridal look can never go wrong and is something that can be experimented with.

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