Designer Spotlight – Bridal designer Anita Dongre

As a bridal designer Anita Dongre is known for clothes with an ethnic, down to earth vibe. Her designs are predominantly inspired from nature. For the bride who has a thing for versatility, Anita Dongre is your go-to person. Her bridal designs are a good mix of bling and gorgeous handwork that you can’t stop raving about them after one look. Here are some gorgeous pieces from her collection.

Full Blouse Lehenga

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Why should a choli always match with the lehengas. Go for the unusual by picking this splendid red lehenga with full blouse. Flash your choker in the v neck. This outfit is for brides who want to look bold and beautiful. Adapt this style for semi-formal dos like a party or your sangeet. Do a vintage hairstyle and you are ready to make a splash!

Metallic Sheen Anarkali

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Ditch pretty colors anytime for this metallic border anarkali. Have some floral embroidery on chest with closely packed sequin fabric. Metallic sheen looks especially good for dark colored skin. This outfit will satisfy your need for a dazzling engagement dress. Try some unconventional shades of lipstick like chocolate. May be add some glitter on eyelids. After that all we can say is “you go girl”.

Cocktail Lehenga Gown

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Summer weddings ask for cool colors. Traditionally, Indian bridal wears don’t have much choice in cooler shades. You don’t have to worry about the lack of choices anymore with this cocktail light blue gown by bridal designer Anita Dongre. With an out of the box combination of light-toned golden embroidery in light blue shade, this outfit shows an inter play of geometric and organic motifs.

Sleeveless Choli and a Gorgeous Lehenga

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Bridal designer Anita Dongre’s floral embroidery is less victorian and more Indian. Inspired from Rajasthan and Mughal style, she keeps her bridal collections 100 percent ethnic. Anita dongre always had a taste for stepped patterns. Each step from hem to waist will have different designs. This one is a classic example for that. The sleeveless choli keeps you cool in high summer reception party.

Indigo Blue Anarkali

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Here is an Indigo blue look for your reception by bridal designer Anita Dongre. The outfit is embellished with golden embroidery. Silk has been used on the chest and hem and kalis are built with brocaded silk. Forget fitted bottoms and churidar pyjamas for this gorgeous outfit is paired with parallel pyjamas. The boat neck does not need elaborate neckpieces and will look great when accessorized with simple jewelry like bangles and drop earrings.