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Bridal trousseau for the summer


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Bridal trousseauGetting married is the dream of every girl. Shopping for the wedding trousseau is an even better dream. So dream on then gals and make the most of it. After all it is your day to hog the limelight. Have fun shopping for your wedding clothes but plan them in advance to make it an affordable and enjoyable experience. By planning and buying you get to choose from a variety without compromising on your tastes and sometimes even good deals could come your way.

Though traditionally Indian wedding trousseau relies on grand designs and dark colours, the trend is moving towards a simpler elegant style in lighter colours. You witness a lot of pinks, light greens, blues and whites with gold and silver trimmings being worn for the ceremony. However, red and maroon are still preferred for the actually muhurat.

Indian bridal wear comes with a wide choice of fabrics like silk, brocade, tissue, crepes and a lot more.

The good point is since the Indian wedding goes on for three days you could actually try a different look for each occasion.

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Wedding Garb Guidelines


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Wedding GarbResplendent in your wedding clothes, bedecked in your bridal finery and all dolled up to look like your perfect fantasy, that’s how you want to appear on your wedding day. Of course, a big part of your preparation will revolve around the wedding dress - design, style, colors, fabrics, embellishment… the choices available might just boggle your mind. Just about every combination of color, fabric and style you can think of is available and can be selected with your budget in mind.

But it has to be absolutely perfect for your special day. This is why it makes sense to do your homework and check out all the options open to you before taking any major decisions. With a little help from Matchmaker this shouldn’t be too much of trouble.

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Bridal wear


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GhaghrasEverything goes from bits of jewellery picked up at the Goan flea markets, to colours that our mothers and grandmothers would have baulked at. The 21st century bride is getting experimental. “The Indian bride is no longer stuck on just one look. She is experimenting with colours, the jewellery she sports or the bags she carries,” says designer Manish Malhotra.

Colours

While the choice of the ensemble remains the same - ghagra choli, a saree or a salwar kameez - the Indian bride is ready to try out new colours.

Blue, lime green, peach, pink, purple, just about anything goes. Says designer Benu Sehgal, “Brides wear ensembles in two colours that co-ordinate or contrast with each other. For instance, gold coloured saree with a red colour dupatta.”

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