When it comes to weddings, the one thing everyone looks forward to is the bride’s outfit. From the wedding prep to the actual day, the focus is always on the bride’s outfit and her wedding day look. So, when the top designers of the country released their brand new wedding collections for 2019, we knew you’d love to see them. If you’re getting married soon, and looking for the best designer bridal outfits available, you’re in luck.
Here are 10 of the latest bridal collections from some of the best designers in India.
1. Anita Dongre
Jaipur Love, Festive Winter 2019
“We consider ourselves fortunate to witness love stories that span across continents and cultures. In the Pink City of Rajasthan, our stories connect back to each other and we find our inspiration—our Jaipur Love,” designer Anita Dongre says about her new collection. Inspired by Jaipur’s mix of modernity and a royal heritage, this collection is all about regal living in the 21st century.
Charbagh, Winter 2019
Sabyasachi never fails to impress with his bridal collections. Every bride looks forward to his new bridal wear because of his unique touch. The Charbagh collection is all about that quintessential Sabyasachi touch, mixed with rural textiles from the interiors of India.
3. Abhinav Mishra
Love Stories, Bridal couture 2019
“The new collection goes beyond pastel shades into deeper jewel tones and warmer colours for the season,” designer Abhinav Mishra says about his new collection. “We’ve incorporated our signature mirror-work but with a stronger focus on craftsmanship, we have added Gota Patti work as well as Marori work on the silhouettes for this special collection.” This bridal collection is all about love which transcends all man-made boundaries and limitations. Unfolding in three layers, Abhinav Mishra’s bridal couture collection is a tale of three fictional cities, blending with the designer’s imagination of a perfect world free from prejudice.
4. Tarun Tahiliani
Tarun Tahiliani’s couture collection by itself was quite a head-turner at India Couture Week 2019. Collaborating with Swarovski for this bridal collection, Tahiliani created some real gems for brides. “Bloom captures the metamorphosis of the Indian bride with a synthesis of different cultures, a reflection of today’s generation,” designer Tarun Tahiliani says. “Bloom represents the delicate confluence of artistic traditions and the pragmatism of the times we live in. And of course, flowers.”
5. Gaurav Gupta
A unique amalgamation of fluidity and structure, this collection takes brides to the walls of Versailles and lanes of Lucknow at the same time. That’s how beautiful the blend of cultures is in Gaurav Gupta’s couture 2019 collection. If feeling and looking like a goddess is your aim, you will love everything in this collection.
6. Pankaj and Nidhi
Like all their previous collections, the fashion fraternity was waiting for Pankaj and Nidhi’s first couture collection. And the designers did not disappoint. Showcasing the unique collection at India Couture Week 2019, Pankaj and Nidhi took inspiration from mosaic art popularised in the Byzantine era. Slipping into one of these pieces of art will make you red carpet ready in a second.
7. Amit Aggarwal
In a unique concept, Amit Aggarwal’s collection brought the architecture of the human and plant anatomy together to create something gorgeous. Titled ‘Lumen’, this collection celebrates the light within every individual. “This year, we’ve taken risks and experimented with structuring and layering, and we aimed to create an illusion of colours through shadow play and layers,” designer Amit Aggarwal said about his collection.
8. Suneet Varma
Amara, Couture 2019
A blend of colours and unique structures makes Suneet Varma’s latest couture collection a delight for all brides who want to stand out. “India has a century-old love affair with couture or made to measure for pleasure,” Varma says about his latest couture collection. “There is no denying the luxurious indulgence of precious finery, the magical beauty of one-off embellished wedding attire and the sparkle of personalized jewels that are made to match with it.”
9. Rahul Mishra
Rahul Mishra’s couture collection, showcased at India Couture Week 2019, was a unique coming-together of very unlikely partners. While part of the inspiration came from his recent travels to Monaco, Rahul Mishra also drew ideas from his childhood in Malhausi, UP. If you want a designer bridal outfit with a story for the ages, you’ll love this couture collection.
10. Shyamal and Bhumika
The Renaissance Muse
This collection is a combination of European art and Indian tradition, an artistic throwback to the rebirth of art, architecture, and couture. Talking about their collection, Shyamal and Bhumika said, “We’ve worked towards modernising Indian traditional crafts, showcased through our hand-worked embroideries. It is an attempt to give a better, modern outlook through trend-centric offerings and a timeless iconic bridal look, inspired by our love for colour, texture, meadows and gardens.”
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