Summer Indian Bridal Fashion For The Minimalist Bride

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Both of us anticipate brides, grooms and their families will keep wedding celebrations fairly low-key for some time and the modern take on traditional weddings will set to continue into 2021 as well. Our heat is excruciating, so we are encouraging brides to feel comfortable on their big day. Opt for fresh, Summer Indian bridal fashion looks that are chic and timeless.

Here’s just a snippet overview of what the future beholds for us. An era where everything will be different. People, things, our surroundings will change. In turn, fashion will be affected to a large extent. Brides, grooms and their family and friends will make a conscious effort to move toward minimalism.

The Summer wedding season will see a rise in small religious, home and court weddings. In turn the bridal wear will be appropriate to the restricted minimal gathering. Under these circumstances, understated attires will rule. Add your own unique personal style to create a comfortable and fashionable look.

This is the “new normal” after all.

Summer Indian bridal fashion is all about comfort. Comfort is key and the minimalist bride in particular, will want to achieve the right balance for her entire look.

The Vintage Minimalist Bride : You can’t mess up a vintage bridal fashion look. Vintage is always a classic. Evergreen and time immemorial pieces handed over by generations, hold a very special place in a brides heart. When we mention the word “vintage,” we trace back to your mother’s wardrobe. Your mothers sarees, lehenga or vintage outfits hold a lot more value than any designer outfit. Pair it with heirloom pieces, including jewellery such as a naath or borla and you have created a beautiful vintage look. This is the ultimate Summer Indian bridal fashion look for the minimalist bride.

The Unconventional Minimalist Bride : There’s a lot out there on social media and print or online publications about  how to create the “perfect bridal look”, and it’s sad that we often forget to explore ourselves and focus on the true meaning on why we are getting married. You want to have fun on your wedding day. Minimalism allows you to experiment and step aside from the basics that have been imbedded in almost every Indian or South Asian bride. Forget being over the top. Set a fashion statement by wearing a different silhouette, or a bold colour choice. Be sure to set a fashion statement. With minimal embroideries and maximum grace, you are bound to shine at your wedding. This is where the beautiful brocade and Banarsi steps in.

The Experimental Minimalist Bride : The experimental minimalist bride has got to be our favourite style. The brides who ditch the conservative lehenga concept. Unapologetically experiment with suits, sarees, and shararas and so on. For upcoming wedding seasons, we certainly foresee intimate and small weddings being the way forward. The necessity to wear a lehenga will be a less popular choice. Therefore, brides can shift toward wearing more comfortable attires, for instance anarkalis or the evergreen saree.

The Chic Minimalist Bride : It is all a matter of how you put your bridal fashion together. For the ones who have fantasized about hosting a grand wedding and wearing your dream designer lehenga, please do not get disheartened. Select the gorgeous dream lehenga, but balance it out. The simplest way is to go for either top or bottom heavy. If you want to select a heavily embroidered lehenga, you can have a plain sharply cut blouse design and opt for a light dupatta. Alternatively, this works the other way too. A monotone plain lehenga can also be paired with a heavily embroidered dupatta. Combinations such as these are sure shot head turners for Summer.

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