10 Minimalist Looks For Brides Who Want Understated Elegance
Exploring the breezy charm and minimalistic magic, here are brides who rocked some major trend-setters on their big day!
How do you see yourself live your dream wedding? If you’re the bride-to-be who swears by simplicity and loves diamonds on her fingers but not on her outfit, the modern bridal lehengas are all about you!
Without getting overshadowed by guests, here are 10 real brides who make light look right.
The White Wonder
Bride Trisha looks cool and classy in her Sabyasachi lehenga which is minimalist in its choice of colors and embellishments. Her outfit seems carefully planned to match with the groom’s sherwani, the all-white mandap, and sea-facing location. Everything blends beautifully, even her jewellery and the colors of the garlands.
The Season of Blooms
Eschewing traditional red, Samiksha’s look in a white lehenga with floral motifs in shades of pink is refreshing and youthful. The gold thread accents on the hem of her lehenga and borders of her net dupatta, alongside her classy kundan jewellery add a sparkle to her look.
The Cream of the Crop
With pastel color palettes now ruling this wedding season, bride Zai chose an elegant cream saree for her big day. The inimitable Sabyasachi masterpiece, adorned with delicate boti work, is dainty, understated and most importantly, comfortable to easily move around in wear for an outdoor ceremony.
The Royal Touch
Going with the traditional red color but completely drifting away from a typical heavy wedding outfit with all-over threadwork and embroidered motifs, bride Punarvi stands apart in her elegantly draped ensemble which has dull gold borders. That way, all the attention is on her striking jewellery which imparts her a regal vibe.
The Breezy Beauty
Created in hues that remind one of the gentle ocean waves and golden beaches, bride Archana looks breezy and beautiful in her Tarun Tahiliani lehenga. Delicately embroidered with pretty blossoms in shades of aqua and white, she certainly created waves with this look.
The Lace Lure
Delicate lace, a sheer dupatta, and a ruffled hem make bride Narina’s beige bridal lehenga distinctive. This Tarun Tahiliani creation is a perfect choice with its lightweight feel, dainty embellishments and warm tone which makes other colors stand out in beautiful contrast.
The Sequin Sensation
Bride Saloni’s blush pink lehenga glitters with the twinkle of sequins and interesting spread out motifs. The sheer net dupatta ensures that she is not weighed down at her daytime outdoor wedding in Portugal. The large motifs give the blouse and skirt a beautiful vintage feel, and her kundan jewellery matches the outfit perfectly.
The Angel in White
Bride Komal believes in doing things differently – from her pink chuda set (bridal bangles which are traditionally red and white) to her white and gold lehenga and minimalist jewellery. For brides who want to coordinate their look with their partners, experiment with variations in white which works so wonderfully for Komal and her husband here.
The Pastel Delight
Playing with the pastel palettes of copper and pink, this Anita Dongre creation exudes such delicacy and elegance! The sheer bordered dupatta and intricate gota work, further makes the lehenga an evergreen minimalist beauty!
The Icy Inspiration
Pure white is always compelling to marvel at, be it icy landscapes or the brilliant canvas of this bridal lehenga that gets a warm touch with dull gold embroidery. The two colors work wonderfully together, and the translucent dupatta lets in the light for an ethereal look.
If your dream wedding includes you feeling and looking light, comfortable and distinctive, take inspiration from the brides above!
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