12 Haute Couture Trends For Indian Weddings

From what we saw at India Couture Week 2018, these are all the trends you need to follow this wedding season!

The royal combination of gold and maroon is here to stay but the experimentation does not stop! This floral hand embroidered velvet jacket with regal cape sleeves is for the modern brides who are believers of timeless fashion.

Designer: Anju Modi
An off-shouldered blouse was never so alluring until we saw one with these drapes! Complementing the crystal studded blouse is a detailed French Knot embroidered Lehenga. Needless to say that the Coral tone still remains a very elegant choice to make!

Designer: Tarun Tahiliani
An exquisitely embroidered asymmetrical cape is just enough to add oomph to an otherwise minimal look!

Designer: Tarun Tahiliani
Made of Tulle, these extra long sleeves are making a statement we can't ignore! Complementing which is a classy high neck and sexy cold shoulders. This outfit by Anju Modi is pretty much displaying all the trends that will be big this wedding season!
The traditional mirror work has been redefined by Suneet Varma and how! With these eclectic colours and drapes, he sure knows how to make a lady feel like a queen!
With this refreshing blue ombre gown by Tarun Tahiliani, we hope to see a lot of brides wear faux feathers this season.
With Anju Modi's Victorian Era inspiration, let's welcome back regal necklines and old age cuts!
Brides and meant to sparkle and so does the trend say! Looks like pairing embellished outfits with faux fur is the new glitz and glam of wedding fashion!

Designer: Suneet Varma

Velvets are back with a mesmerising touch of florals, old age collars, traditional embroideries and new age silhouettes!

Designer: Rohit Bal

Structured jackets are in for the win this season and they can be paired with gowns, lehengas and even sarees of your choice! 

Designer: Rahul Mishra

Multi layered Tulle skirts are here to make fairytales feel true! Combined with heavily embroidered floral blouses and dupattas, they are sure to become a wedding season favourite!

Designer: Shyamal & Bhumika

There is so much experimentation that can be done with drapes and well, we're happy the trend has stayed!

Designer: Shyamal & Bhumika