When it comes to Indian bridal wear, it has certain features that can create an eastern traditional appeal to it. Bridal pieces still carry some unique ancient trends, but we are loving how designers are mixing the East with the West. The latest bridal couture has brought some amazing designs. We are going to discuss the latest trends from the runways. 

Manish Malhotra has always designed so many amazing outfits. This year we saw a variety of sarees and floor length lenghas. There was a variety of colors like gold, sliver over burdendy, red, greys, and even blacks. Bridal outfits were paired with heavy embroaidered crop tops and veils. 


Sabyasachi Mukherjee has a wonderful way of keeping a traditional touch. This year he made sure to keep that bright red throughout his designs. He used a lot of monochromatic designs within his pieces as well. 

Neeta Lulla is not scared of going outside the traditional box and using bright pastel colors. Some of the colors she used included bright pinks, yellows, and even peaches! 

This year is full of classic and non-traditional pieces so it's perfect for any bride! 


All images from http://www.stylesgap.com/


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