Bridesmaids Inspiration from Lakmé Fashion Week 2018
Your best friend’s wedding calls for statement-making bridesmaid outfits. Good news is that Lakmé Fashion Week Summer Resort 2018 has left us with a whole bunch of ideas that will leave you inspired and help you up your style game this wedding season. Here are some of the designers you definitely would want to check out before you head out for your shopping.
The silk and organza outfits at Ashwini Reddy’s ‘Tilottama’ show was a refreshing, edgy, modern take on couture fashion. The colour palette encompassed a wide range of shades like blues, yellows, greens, pinks, golds, and more, and the styles ranged from fusion to bridal ensembles.
Gorgeous embellishments, lush fabrics like fine silks, and organzas in earthy tones of rust, beige, ivory with dashes of neon citric lime was everything that Lakko C’s collection was about.
Mahima Mahajan made her debut at Lakmé Fashion Week with a collection that was aimed to please the young and trendy bridesmaids and included pieces fit for both, a champagne brunch as well as an extravagant sangeet.
Agami by Neha Agarwal
Inspired by nature and wilderness, Neha Agarwal’s collection ‘Lost In The Woods’ fused Indian couture with modern silhouettes. Gowns, kurta dresses, tunic blouses, jackets, saris, crop tops, lehengas, pants and trousers made their way onto the runway in head-turning colours like mint green, grey, silver, powder blue and yellow for the summer ready bridesmaid.
The line featured effortless creations like skirts, cholis, saris, capes, and dhoti pants in bold hues and tones.
The traditions of the northeast made their presence felt though Sanjukta Dutta’s collection. The designer turned hand woven fabrics into flowy outfits featuring motifs of Assam.
‘Jeannie’ by Shloka Sudhakar was a spunky spin on the traditional Indian attires, designed for bridesmaids who appreciate versatility and aren’t afraid to dress boldly. The designer played with the concept of merging modern Indian silhouettes with popular, wearable western textiles in a neutral palette that featured pop pastel accents.