The plethora of Indian wear silhouettes, styles and cuts readily available these days allows the new-age Indian bride to really let her personality and sartorial sensibilities shine through with her wedding repertoire. So tell us, which bride are you?
The Sabyasachi Bride
The essentially traditional bride, no matter how contemporary she is otherwise; she knows her wedding wardrobe needs to be a definite nod to customs and traditions.
The Anamika Khanna Bride
The avant-garde bride, she is far from a me-too missus-to-be. Experimental silhouettes, contemporary cuts and offbeat designs make up her bridal closet.
The Varun Bahl Bride
This bride is one who prefers her traditional silhouettes to have a modern-day relevance, hence all her Indian wear boasts of a contemporary update.
The Anita Dongre Bride
You may see her sipping champagne at the reception and dancing up a storm at the sangeet, but this bride prefers to go all-out traditional with her repertoire on the big day.
The Anju Modi Bride
Steeped in old-glamour, this bride is all about a yesteryear princess vibe. Grandeur and elegance are her middle names.
The Neeta Lulla Bride
This bride thrives on drama and intricacy but prefers to juxtapose it with ample playfulness too. The best of both worlds, if you may.
The Rimple & Harpreet Narula Bride
Everlasting regal splendour just about sums up this bride’s style. She’s all about making a royal and head-turning impact.