Santosh Parekh’s classic red and gold goes for a traditional look – for the bride seeking a timeless yet bold piece reminiscent of vintage Bollywood.
Payal Khandwala’s regal silk lehengas are perfectly paired with simple blouses in clean lines – amp it up a notch with a heavier blouse. Also, pockets!
Naturally Anuradha’s collection featured this cotton-silk blend reminding us that bridal fashion can be sustainable too – Paired with an elegant up-do and minimal makeup, this sari is sure to allow your natural bridal glow shine through.
Manish Malhotra’s showstopper is perfect for the glam bride wanting to make a bold statement – A modern twist with the sequins and floral detail but its classic appeal make it a favorite for years to come!
The king of all things bridal is at it again! Sabyasachi proves that going with a traditional red and gold theme can do no wrong – this style especially suited for the bride that wants the comfort of a gown but still keep it traditional.
Payal Singhal opted for muted colors with decorative embellishments…we are fans! Imagine how stunning these beautiful outfits would look adorned with a bright red bridal dupatta?
Black for a bride?! Shantanu and Nikhil are breaking all the rules – A heavily embroidered lehenga with the high-collar, shoulder-padded blouse spell fierce all the way.
The heavy blouse paired with the lightly decorated lehenga and dupatta by Ridhi Mehra|Swati Vijayvargie|VineetRahul is enough to make our jaws drop – Drape it like a cape for a whole new look!
Anushree Reddy presented fun colors and a pop of pink paired with a sprinkling of embellishment to offer up a fun, feminine and flirty bridal look.
Manish Malhotra proves, yet again, that he is the king of versatility. This was one of his more glamorous lehengas – can’t take our eyes off the elegant floral embroidery accented with the glam of sequins!
Keeping up with the trend of silk, Manish Malhotra veered away from sequins. Metallic threadwork forms the intricate designs on this champagne colored silk lehenga. Sometimes simplicity makes a statement.
Another look by Manish Malhotra, the small intricate designs of the blouse contrasted with the larger, simplistic designs of the lehenga are visually stimulating! Bedazzled yet?
Bridal brocade by Sabyasachi: Nothing says “Indian Bride” quite like red – the traditional brocade lehenga paired with the modern embellished blouse is elegance plenty for any wedding beauty.
Indian brides never wear black but these designers are making it hard not to! This heavily embroidered lehenga by Sabyasachi attracts attention easy. Also loving the groom styling here!
Though this isn’t a lehenga, the contrasting net-pleats and velvet pallu give the appearance of a lehenga. This Sabyasachi outfit is for the bride that’s all about the details – intricate border, embellished net pleats and the floral embroidery ensure the bride’s ensemble is as unique as she is.