Two months have passed since the new year began, and we can already see the trends that have been ruling the fashion world in the west. But what about the east? What about India? What will people be wearing in India? What will people be wearing on the most important day of their lives i.e. their weddings.
Here are some of the trends that you might have spotted by now and will be seeing for all this 2018:
Wearing a heavily embellished belt at the waist with a simple dupatta tucked in it is an example of how you could dress it up this season. Designers like Sabyasachi have used this in their newest designs. This is a very practical approach as well because it not only keeps the dupatta in place but also brings out the beauty of your waist that the belt clinches in.
Now this is something that is already visible in sarees like the Kancheepuram sarees. A very popular actress Samantha Akkineni wore a lehenga that told a love story through her lehenga. The mammoth task was accomplished by Kresha Bajaj, an acclaimed designer who decided that the style should also come onto the beauty of the lehengas, because it has the ability of fitting in the beautiful embellishments without being too much of a hassle.
This isn’t a trend in a sense, because this is more like a an observation that has recently happened. Instead of wearing sarees, people these days prefer wearing lehengas because they are so convenient and so easy to handle. There is definitely a lesser chance of tripping than there would be if you were wearing a saree. And let’s not even try to imagine what would happen if the saree were to unravel itself in the process of tripping! A lehenga is a safe bet for those who are clumsy in general and wish to look glamorous without the hassle of having to go through the tedious process of wearing a saree.
This is something that has been in for quite some time. Anushka sharma made it a dream for everyone to don a pastel coloured lehenga even for their wedding. With such a beautiful setting in Tuscany, who wouldn’t? There is no doubt that there will be many brides who will take this trend forward and make pastel coloured lehengas a thing.
This is not a new trend, but it is definitely here to stay and will probably never go out of fashion. Varying in sizes, the floral pattern on lehengas have been going in and out of fashion for a long time now. There was a time when tacky, huge flowers were all the rage, and today, a minimalistic approach towards the same has got many going gaga over buying designer party wear lehengas.
Usually, colours like grey and lilacs aren’t seen as colours of a bride. But 2018 is a all about taking what is unexpected of you and making it a thing. Imagine wearing a beautiful lilac coloured lehenga with minimalist floral embroidery for your engagement party. Heavenly, isn’t it?
If all this is too much work for you, and you do not think you can pull off a lehenga, how about searching for a gorgeous Indian salwar kameez online?
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