Wedding Fashion this Season

If you’re looking for wedding fashion ideas this season  , then you are at the right place . We bring to you some wedding ensembles for this season by some our fabulous mom designers who have created a brand and niche for themselves .

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 The Moonbroch Atelier

Moonbroch is the brain child of Kamalpreet Dhaliwal, who is a NIFT Delhi alumnus and has been in the leadership team of prominent global corporates. Post a highly successful corporate career spanning close to twenty years, she launched this venture. She has spearheaded marketing for several multinational brands across luxury lifestyle, banking, media and now leads this pathbreaking initiative aimed at fulfilling customised design needs of contemporary women.

Purple Lehenga

A medley of arresting hues and regal silhouettes come together to create a stunning melange in the all new Moonbroch bridal collection . Designed for the contemporary bride, these fusion ensembles are perfect for celebrating the pre wedding festivities in  style . Give a twist to your look by combining this exquisite purple lehenga with a contemporary bustier or a traditional top and odhni for a totally different look.

Golden Gown

An iridescent mermaid gown aglow with a play of bronze sequins is the perfect ensemble for Wedding Cocktails.

Metallic Hued Lehenga

Reminiscent of an age of enchantment and bewitching beauty, this Moonbroch creation promises endless romance.

A delicate confluence of soft pastel hues and metallic highlights, the embellished lehenga is combined with beautiful kundan jewellery from the Moonbroch collection

Salmon Lehenga

A delicate combination of salmon pink and sea green, this festive ensemble is combined with beautiful kundan jewellery from the house of Moonbroch.

Fine Threads

Hina Amjad , the mom designer behind  Finethreads believes in elegant, practical and responsible designing. As an environment conscious brand, Fine Threads stands against the wasteful nature of modern consumption cycles and promote ‘slow fashion’, in opposition to a world of fast fashion labels, choosing to focus on quality, cut and style rather than the speed of production and consumption.

 

Shararas in Banarasi Brocade

Fine hand-embroidered Sharara set for a bride in a Banarasi brocade focusing on the color combinations, cut and quality of the fabric, workmanship and materials used, along with pure Silk Organza dupatta embellished with crystals, beads & gota.

Gararas in Banarasi Brocade

Garara sets in Banarasi brocade, button down front open long anarkali in Banarasi silk with trouser, floor length Anarkali in Banarsi silk, assymetric embroidered jacket in handwoven dupion silk with Banarasi brocade skirt, along with Banarasi dupattas and embellished with fine and intricate hand embroidery and gota.

Sarees

Sarees have always been in the fashion and will never go out of style .They have an evergreen charm and are very elegant Fine Threads has readymade Sarees in fine quality chantelle lace, embellished with sequences, beads and crystals along with embroidered blouses

Button down outfit

Fusion wear is a mix of Indian and Western wear and brings out  the beauty of both the worlds .Contemporary styles with a vintage charm are here to stay 

Button down front open  shirt in Banarasi silk with trouser

Aseesha

Inspired by our surrounding elements, Sakshi Jain established Aseesha in 2016 out of love for culture, fashion, heritage and precious elements of mother nature. At Aseesha, they don’t believe in a typical and orthodox business mentality but in setting global standards for everyday luxury; by creating a personal bond and touch to everything they design and cater.

Aseesha is derived from Aseesha Sakshi (meaning: witness of all), and refers to new creativity. The name is based on Lord Brahma who is the creator of universe and Aseesha is dedicated to create new and unique designs to enhance your space.

 

 

Crop top skirt with jacket

Crop top skirt paired with organza jacket and frill sleeves. The jacket has floral embroidery to create an edge over a basic minimal piece- making it perfectly wearable for any occasion like mehndi, haldi or engagement. This way one can have the subtlety with a dash of ‘little something’.

Pearl embellished gown

A pearl embellished gown for a cocktail event  never goes out of style and is a classical, the asymmetrical look at the end of the gowns is to make you stand out amongst the crowd.

The gown can be worn for anniversary parties, sagai ceremony or to any of your friends events. Just wear nice earrings and you are good to go.

Lehenga with long jacket

A lehenga with red & white  long jacket which is fully embroidered .The lehenga has minimal handwork in order to draw a contrast and create a visual overall balance.

Gown with flared dupatta

This evening gown with a flared dupatta can be worn without dupatta for an evening cocktail and with it to make it look more traditional in both ways.
The yoke and the dupatta are embellished with pearl work and can be used for wearing in a sagai or a wedding ceremony making you perfectly ready to make a statement of your own.

Study by Janak

Vandy Mehra has a tremendous feel for the pulse of the consumer. She believes in translating consumer needs into reality. She has also been instrumental in introducing women’s couture line under Study By Janak

Study by Janak- a brand with ‘A legacy of over 30 Years’, They re pioneers in the world of stylized formal, Designer Occasion Wear for Men & Women and Made to Measure Bespoke Suits.

  

Ruffle Saree

Red ruffle saree with delicate embroidery on the blouse.

The latest and trendiest fashionable sarees are ruffle sarees or frill sarees.These sarees will give you a different look from the traditional sarees as it has frills or ruffles  all over the saree.

Anarkali with jacket

Blue full length anarkali with a cute bolero jacket that has intricate detailing

The anarkali is graceful attire that can be worn at  wedding functions, receptions, engagement ceremony and family occasions. 

Bolero Ruffle Layer Outfit

Yellow full length outfit with 2 layer ruffle layer and a bolero outfit

Ruffles are in fashion and add an element of style . Be it in sarees or a full length gown like this one 

Needle Craft

Priyanka Yadav has been working diligently on her brand “ Needle Craft” for the last 11yrs. Her name is synonymous with quality, timely delivery and exquisite workmanship.She also has been refurbishing old Sarees into lehangas, Anarkali suits and western dresses. Also, she converts old dresses, suits, lehangas into trendier and wearable outfits.

The Reddish/Copper Lehanga

Grace is all it takes!
Fire in her soul n grace in her heart!
All you hold is a spark in your soul, like the sparkly haze holding the dress. Let the spark fire a million fireworks in hearts all around. A smile and a graceful heart not only brings the best in you but also in your dress too. The lace fabric cut into multi panels for the lehanga n a lightweight net duppatta makes it glamorous and easy to carry.

The offwhite lehanga

A timeless tale of simplicity!
Like elegance which never fades away! A dress so simple yet intricate can only not help get you noticed but remembered. An embroidered georgette pieces into panels to form the lehanga with equally heavy work dupatta to making it look cohesive. It’s truely said elegance has nothing to do with fashion after all!

Refurbish Your Sarees

Me n Mini me!
We all have atleast one Saree in our almirah which is never worn or worn maybe just once or twice. The exquisite Banarasi that your mother very fondly gifted, the delicate Tangail handed down by your mother in law, the Mysore silk which your husband bought for you!
Yes, you can still wear it but with a twist. Let’s bring out the Saree and look it from a fresh perspective. “Needle Craft” by Priyanka helps you refurbish your old Sarees in your new n trendy outfits. Get a twinning outfit made for your daughter as well and see the mercury rising as you two strut around as “Me n Mini me”

Anarkali Refurbished as a   Lehenga

Stay calm n twirl on!
Playing dress up begins when the girls are so little and rarely never ends. A little girl only feels herself when she put on a bright n chirpy lehanga. The light weight net fabrics make it easy to wear with the contrast raw silk top n pop of color on the borders of the flouncy skirt make it look fresh. Twirl on my little darling, growing up would be equally fun!

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