Unlike every Lakme Fashion Week, 2019 also presented us with a unique array of gorgeous magnum opus reverie of fashion. Featured and designed with efficacy which was flaunted by the gorgeous muse on the rampage was all jaw-dropping. Difficult to designate as TOP as each piece is incomparable to others. The brides-would-be, here we have a synopsized look book for you where we tried to cover the entire story of your closet. Also stepping on the onset of summer here are some collections that may carry you as head turner in a minimalist simplicity.
Surreal by Shailesh Singhani’s
A golden Kanjeevaram Lehenga which is customized and handwoven is paired with a tissue long blouse. Aditi Rao flaunted it exquisitely with an adorning choker and wine red lips. The minimalist yet highly gorgeous look is perhaps the one which designers want to set the bride of this season.
The Indian Art with again a minimal sophistication by Payel Singhal
Extremely elegant lehenga manifesting the masterpiece of Indian Art on a beige golden base could be a perfect pick for your Big-day. While Indian big fat weddings are becoming fattier the closet being the cardinal part of it has sutured extravagantly by designers.
Gasping with Awe by the Bewitching Women in Magic of BLACK
Guess Who and Whose is it? Mrs Kareena Kapoor Khan sashayed is a solid colour black off-shoulder gown by Shantanu and Nikhil. The opaque finesse is magic full on the cladded women. The scintillating trailblazing royal gown can be part of your wedding reception party. It is further accentuated by clinching the waist with leather made black bold esque belt that feature the ecstatic curves.
Jhanvi Kapoor is also dolled by up the same designer duo in a bewitching avatar by a lace-ridden body-hugging dress. She took out the spotlight instantly.
Go Aquamarine Allure with designer Manoj Agarwal
Malaika Arora Khan is adorned as Showstopper with the unique 3D shell designed exotic hued floor touching gown has seamless details effortlessly blended on the hemline. The crest is embellished with embedded semi-precious stones. This is a Pantone colour shade of the year. For a cocktail or reception party this is again a glanderous choice.
Go pale with floral Frills in Anita Dongre’s
This season Anita Dongre has kept her palate in a subdued tone. To make it summer-fit reverie frills has added a dramatic drape. She named her collection as “A Summer Reverie”. Floral print or embellishment is the theme both on lehenga and saree. Paired with an exclusive blouse design each lehenga has a pocket with it.
Sarees are extremely minimalist with a featured embellished designer blouse which is perfect for beach look or for party use. Light in its weight and in simple yet gorgeous floral design it is sure to bit the heat in the hottest approach.
Anushree Reddy Collection
The gorgeous embellished brush pink lehenga designed by Anushree Reddy and walked down by Kangana Ranaut in her killer attitude set fire on-ramp floor. Her exclusive saree collections in frill and solid colour with embellishment throughout was also gorgeous.
Dream by Shriya Som
Lisa Haydon is looking DREAM like beautiful in this special ensemble by Shriya Som. The ethereal look of the attire matches her pious beauty in grandeur. As a showstopper, she also donned well the Classic Ruffle Dress in Seafoam. The sky blue creates a heavenly pleasure in an edgy attribute.
Shehlaa Khan subtle palettes
Isabelle Kaif, the loving baby sister of Katrina Kaif is looking Angelic in a golden ensemble by Shehlaa Khan. The amazing bold strike of frills, cut works and sobering hue cast a unique collection.
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