Latest Color Trends in Indian bridal wear

Though Indian bridal wear has not undergone dramatic changes, today is the era of experiments. To find their dream wedding wear, brides have started to find new horizons of colors. Here we gift you a few of the latest color trends in Indian bridal wears.

Mint Green

Nothing spells summer like the shade of mint green! Perfect for the Indian weather, choose a mint green lehenga or saree with a hint of pink – you’ll look refreshing and ravishing!

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Beige

The so called “skin colour” gives you the space to have embroideries and over all embellishments. Over all handwork wouldn’t look classier on any other colour than beige.  If you are not a fan of white or pink but still want a light shade for your Indian bridal wear, go for this.

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Cherry Red

The striking shade of red is an evergreen rockstar in bridal lehengas. Traditionally ladies loved to team it up wih gold. Nowadays cherry red bridal wear can also be adorned with bright silver. Jacket lehengas will look dashing in this shade.

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Royal Ivory

This one is again for ladies who are fans of elegant colors but don’t want to wear pink or peach. Ivory with copper or gold handwork is extremely royal. You just have to hunt for the perfect antique jewellery to team up with this. Full sleeve lehengas are one in-trend choice in this shade if you want a different silhouette.

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Ombre

You always had a colour for your bridal wear in your mind. But you don’t want it to be same monotonous colour like any other. To add a pinch of variety to it, go for ombre shades – 0ne colour melting into another of the same or different shade. Both ways, ombre is an unusual yet chic color idea.

 

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