Designer Outfit- 5 Bridal Wear Inspirations From Tarun Tahiliani
Tarun Tahiliani is known for his sensual designer outfit creativity and his mastery over the art of draping. For a designer of his stature, it takes courage to explore never-seen-before styles. In the end they all turn out to be master pieces. For all the brides-to-be out there, here we bring 5 designer outfits from his collection.
Red Embroidered Lehenga
This lehenga makes best use of intricate embroidery on a simple silhouette. The whole heavy look is balanced by plain sheer dupatta. Since to hem is slightly asymmetrical you don’t feel clustered while walking. A beautiful design with some serious practical thought!
Golden Anarkali Suit
If you are wondering how beige is the rage on the bridal runway, this anarkali gives you the answer. Coupled with golden threadwork, doesn’t it look regal?! Unlike the anarkalis which have a whole worked chest area and plain lower torso, this one has a different cut. You can give a miss to neckpieces and pick your best maang tikka while accessorizing this outfit.
Layered Tulle Lehenga
Ever seen tulle in Indian bridal wear? Tarun Tahiliani shows us how it is done! Ditch cliché lehengas and go dazzling in this layered Tarun Tahiliani bridal. Beige and peach are irreplaceable shades in wedding fashion. This lehenga takes their combination to amazing levels. The cut of the choli will help you show off your neckpiece as well as earrings.
Sheer Overlay Gown
This sequined gown is a Tarun Tahiliani masterpiece. Made with sheer overlay and front cut, this will rock your wedding party. Chunky stone belt is the statement of this gown. Also, we just love the sheer cape that falls till its torso. With a vintage updo hair, this designer outfit is totally worth your budget.
Lehenga with Ombre Dupatta
Ombre or gradual dyeing is a raging trend in bridal wear. This Tarun Tahiliani lehenga is for women who love bling. It will satisfy your craving for some stardust and glitter on your big day. With a floral embroidered- lace border, ombre dupatta is this outfit’s highlight.