These latest trends in Indian Bridal Wear for 2023 are centre of attraction
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These latest trends in Indian Bridal Wear for 2023 are centre of attraction

Latest trends will definitely prove to be head turner with eye catchy designs

These latest trends in Indian Bridal Wear for 2023 are centre of attraction

New Delhi: Indian weddings have always been the centre of attractions for the entire world due to its Vivacious nature and age-old rich traditional customs. These kind of eye-catching and gracious marital ceremonies are actually very rare and there is no doubt hat Indian brides are actually the show stealers on their big day. The Indian brides look brighter with their traditional bridal wears like Saree or Lehenga with heavily ornamented embroidery work and most sought after colors are red, crimson red, maroon, yellow or reddish orange etc.  The most interesting part of Indian bridal wear is the Duppatta or odhni which has always been a matter of experiments with extensive golden and silver embroideries or embellishments with diamonds and gold.

During the post Covid scenario most of the world has recently started having small, private weddings, but Indian brides have decided to make the most out of their big day by wearing multiple dupattas with a lot of diamonds and gold on them. The bridal clothing attracts more attention due to its uniqueness. And our adoring brides are indulging themselves by donning some of the brightest and most ostentatious lehengas we've ever seen.

Indian brides traditionally wear the holy color red, but modern brides these days are favoring vivid fuchsia, shades of green, and yellow, and, in some cases, they are experimenting with different ways to wear it, like pairing a blazer with a dupatta.

Here are some choices:

Sarees with jackets

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Adding a jacket has become one of the most common methods to spruce up any western outfit. Why not apply the same logic to ethnic clothing? In 2023, beautiful ethnic jackets will be worn over sarees and sharara dresses. Brides will undoubtedly adopt this trend and prefer it over the lehenga. If your wedding is in the fall, this will be the most creative way to stay warm and comfortable.

Floral lehengas

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When it comes to choosing stylish and comfortable apparel, especially for their pre-wedding parties, the majority of women prefer flowery lehengas. Although these lehengas have a more relaxed mood that does not mean that they are not stylish. Above all, flowery lehengas attract attention for their vivid patterns and unique colors. For their pre-wedding parties in 2023, more brides will select floral, eco-friendly lehengas.

The resurgence of velvet

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The velvet bridal lehenga combines the rich feel of velvet with golden colors and traditional designs. The velvet silhouette, which was once one of the most popular bridal fashion trends in India, has made reappearance and added a touch of sophistication. The translucence and gloss of the velvet texture give it a regal air, giving the bride a princess-like appearance and feel.

Nothing but gold glitters

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This year, brides will frequently choose gold since it may be worn from the wedding to the after-party. Instead of the multiple festivities that used to make up a wedding, couples are restricting their wedding celebrations to more meaningful, private rituals. On the other hand, golden lehengas are versatile outfits that a bride can put on without changing from the mandap to the reception.

Chikankari is a killer

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Because of their unrivaled elegance and luxurious appearance, Chikankari clothes have long been almost every Indian couture house's preferred weave. Chikankari, a blend of classic and modern fashion, may significantly elevate your look. In a tribute to this extremely subtle art form, contemporary designers are deftly incorporating monkish, sequins, and other decorations into puja costumes, sharara sets, anarkalis, and lehengas.

Trailing drama

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Regardless of length, a lehenga trail can give your wedding dress a royal appearance. Many dressmaking labels and fashion companies are now putting these long, beautiful trails into lehenga patterns in a clever way. Whether they are worn on the wedding day or for a cocktail party, sangeet, or both, brides nowadays like them a lot.