Benzer Bridal LookBook for Him and Her
Benzer has curated a set of themes to inspire the trousseaus of brides and grooms. Made for each other, accentuating each other’s style and beauty, these outfits are gorgeously distinctive and perfectly complementary.
A Sangeet Fit for a King (And Queen)
The modern Indian bride is fashion forward and willing to be adventurous with the colours in her trousseau. Deep, saturated colours present an incredible canvas to show off intricate embroidery and elegant accessorizing as well really accentuating the look and feel of fabrics like velvet and raw silk. In fact, as raw silk rustles down the runways, to-be-weds find its rich, effortless luxury irresistible for their wedding ensembles.
We bring you a stunning sangeet look for the bride and groom from Benzer’s exquisite 2016 bridal collection.
The bride wears a pure raw silk lehenga in royal blue offset by a fuchsia Benarasi woven-silk dupatta, embellished with dori, zari and sequins. She accessorizes with a traditional gold plated vilandi set with ruby stones and ruby drops. An antique gold clutch is the perfect touch to complete the look of a maharani.
The groom is the perfect complement as he walks hand-in-hand with his radiant bride, in a blue sherwani heavy with resham work, teamed with raw silk mojaris with gold piping.
The Modern Mughal
Traditional Mughal bridal wear are usually weighed down with detailed embroidery but Benzer sends a cool spring breeze and a modern twist to the style to create this net lehenga in mint with a peplum blouse and a sheer dupatta embellished with zari and sequins. The bride accessorizes this fresh ensemble with a designer Vilandi passa embellished with baguette and pearls.
A perfect match is made when the groom shows up in a rust sherwani, rich with zardosi work and silk mojaris with a gold border.
A Classic Cocktail
Chic, elegant with just the right amount of panache – this gown with its skirt in sheer layers of blush organza and its bodice of lace and stone evokes an old-world glamour. Amp up the drama with a metal frame clutch with pearl and diamonds and catch the light with cubic zircon earrings and bracelet in a two-tone plating, both from Benzer.
The groom is chivalry epitomized in this beautifully tailored tuxedo in micro satin of midnight blue.
Say Mehndi with Flowers
Playful, young, perfectly in bloom – this palette of soft deep spring is joyous and uplifting. Pick this pure raw silk lehenga covered in a garden of floral motifs and choli with net dupatta embellished with zari and appliqué work. Accessorize with something lightweight like this traditional gold plated vilandi set embellished with American diamond, ruby and pearl drops.
The groom makes a very modern-man statement here in this vibrant, trendsetting floral Indo-Western sherwani with dhoti pants.
The grandeur of tradition at the pheras
Nothing says taste and class like these Benarasi weaves. The finest silks, woven with real gold and silver brocade zari, the luxe embroidery, it’s irresistible to the bride looking for a connection to the glorious traditions of her country. This pure silk Benarasi woven panel lehenga features a contrasting green blouse embellished in zardosi with pure chanderi and a dupatta in saffron. The Vilandi damini maangtikka is perfectly resplendent with its strands of pearls, American diamonds and meenakari work.
Benzer suggests the groom complement his beautiful bride perfectly in this heavily embroidered sherwani embellished with pearl, zardosi and stone work.