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8 incredible styles for a monsoon wedding

Last updated on: August 09, 2016 19:15 IST
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Dear brides-to-be and bridesmaids, have you seen these stunning outfits?

Every bride wants their wedding to be perfect.

And if it's scheduled during the monsoon, it's going to be even more memorable.

To amp up the glamour quotient, designers Payal Singhal and Ritu Kumar weave magical creations that are apt for brides and her bridesmaids.

While Payal Singhal's collection 'Sitara' finds its inspiration in the enigmatic elegance of Indian royalty, Ritu Kumar, who was awarded Padma Shri in 2013, highlights traditional handicrafts and textiles through her collection 'The Revivalist'.

Take a look!

Sitara by Payal Singhal

Masha Cherniakovych Pais

IMAGE: This bride has got the swag and how! The maroon embroidered lehenga donned by model Masha Cherniakovych Pais describes the millennial Indian woman who doesn't shy away from experimenting with contemporary styles. All photographs: Kind courtesy Tandem Communication

Aishwarya Sushmita

IMAGE: Looks like dark colours in bridal wear are in vogue. Best suited for a sangeet ceremony, Dayana Erappa epitomises a modern-day bold and beautiful bride in a this embellished anarkali.

IMAGE: Influenced by the old European and Indian ways of designing, Payal incorporated breathtaking silhouettes and spectacular old-world embroidery for this collection.

IMAGE: Want to look like a royal maharani on your big day? Opt for lehengas or gowns with mukaish and resham work, just like the ones in the picture above.

IMAGE: You name a design pattern and this collection has it all. From tulle saris with crewel work, lace to zardozi detailing, these ensembles are sure to enhance your natural elegance.

The Revivalist by Ritu Kumar

IMAGE: Attending a friend's monsoon wedding? Try this outfit and do your bit in bringing back the aesthetics of traditional weaves to the forefront.

IMAGE: If sari is the way to go, opt for Benarasi silk with scintillating jamdani techniques and stylish motifs. Do these six yards of grace appeal to you?


IMAGE: Look how this model twirls in joy! We simply loved this suave pastel hue lehenga that highlights the skills of the weavers and artisans.
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