Travelling To India For Your Bridal Trousseau? We’ve Got Your Go-To Shopping Guide

Travelling To India For Your Bridal Trousseau? We’ve Got Your Go-To Shopping Guide

We've summarized the best places to shop for every bridal agenda, an exhaustive shopping guide that resonates with every bride’s need for the perfect wedding trousseau.

1. Mumbai

Multi Designer Stores – Aza, Ensemble, Bombay Electric

Extravagant multi-designer showrooms where homegrown names outshine international designers are an integral part of the bridal trousseau tour.

An impressive roster of designs by the biggest names in Indian fashion, Aza, Ensemble and Bombay Electric stocks collections by Neeta Lulla, Divya Mohta, Rocky S, Tahul Mishra, among others and offers a wide selection of prêt and couture outfits for you to choose from.

Prêt Designer Stores -Dolly J, Chamee and Palak, Shruti Sheth, Arachana Kochar

A must see for diffusion lines in sophisticated and sensual silhouettes.

Pret designers like Chamee and Palak, Dolly J, Shruti Sheth and Archana Kochhar launch collections that resonate with feminine and seductive element with an interesting blend of western and eastern influences.

2. Delhi Couture Designers

Tarun Tahiliani

Tahiliani believes a bride’s dream is, “Opulent, grand and majestic – and yet contemporary”. He’s dressed numerous celebrity brides – from Elizabeth Hurley to Shilpa Shetty.

Style, craftsmanship, quality and refinement are the defining symbols of Tarun’s garments.

Shahpur Jat

Voluminous shararas, velvet kurtas and vintage Benarasi dupattas from her collection exude an old-world charm. From sequinned striped saris to Chanderi brocade lehengas and gota anarkalis—Shahpur Jat delivers tradition with a twist.

You can find many renowned designers like Bhumika grover,Manish Tripathi, Preeti S kapoor,Joy Mitra, Sahiba singh, Priyam Narayan, Alka Nath, Rema Kumar to name a few.

3. Kolkata Couture Designers


The man who reintroduced nostalgic old world romance to the blinged out Indian bridal wear market hardly requires an introduction. Sabyasachi Mukherjee.

His prime workshop and flagship store is in Kolkatta and is a must-see for brides who have a love for heritage and vintage elements. He is renowned for his ornate sarees and exquisite bridal wear with a vibrant palette.

Anamika Khanna

It takes a lot of courage to deconstruct ensembles that have pervaded our collective memory for eons. But when Khanna re-imagines a sari blouse like an embellished tee that allows the wearer to style it in the way she chooses—over a skirt or pant—it is an example of the versatility of each and every garment made by the design czar.

4. Chennai Couture Designers


Housed in an old bungalow, Sarangi offers shoppers the modern Kanchipuram experience with a sari store in the first floor and jewelry.

Lakshmi by Vani Polavaram

Textile and embroidery consultant Polavaram’s store houses the choicest Kalamkaris, Jamdanis, Uppadas, Kalamkaris, Benarasis and Kotas, bringing together weaving traditions from across India.

Let’s gets shopping now, tell us where you found your treasured trousseau picks!