This definitive wedding lookbook will give you serious wedding goals. So promises some of India’s leading designers!
“Tis the season to be jolly as well as dapper! More than the new year, I bet you are crazy excited for your best friend’s wedding this season, and are fretting over what to wear, which designer to go to, or how to maintain a grand record of looking flawless for each day of the wedding ceremonies!
From Indo-Westerns, to lehengas, to flowy gowns — Indulgence Chronicle brings to you a range of wedding outfits perfect for the REAL you. So, let Virushka be a distant dream, and look dreamy in reality with your perfect style, your own real shape, your grace and own it with panache!
So here you go with the lookbook. Scroll down and choose the one you would like to look dapper in your best friend’s wedding.
From Pooja Shroff’s collection
Pooja Shroff is a promising upcoming fashion designer in the fashion fraternity. Her designs are sensitive to creativity and linked to high level of artistic talent. She describes her clothes as extremely wearable, depicting the wearer’s personality, asserting a stylish and confident look. Pooja debuted with Amazon India Fashion Week in 2017 A/W.
This off shoulder one comes with tons floral motifs. While this looks very spring, the sprinkling of red over white palate makes it perfect for day weddings.
Another floral maxi dress from Pooja Shroff’s collection will make you feel like not just flowery, but fresh and full of vibrance!
From Ruceru’s collection
Ruceru, the answer to a woman’s fashion needs, effectively blends progressive fashion with tradition, showcasing an array of garments varying from heavy bridal to luxury pret. Behind the creation of Ruceru lies the hard work and determination of the power-packed sister-duo Rashi Agarwal and Ruchi Roongta.
This silk Indo-western with a well-balanced Turquoise and Burnt Sienna will make many heads turn around. Try this on evenings.
From Naina Jain’s Collection
Naina Jain’s design travels to roots. Keeping her earthy charm intact, Jain made a unique attempt to stay rooted while reaching out to aspiring modern day wearer. Her lehengas keep the country’s traditional soul in sync with the trend. She loves experimenting with techniques of tie-dye to lend a timeless charm.
This Bandhani inspiration comes from the craftsmen of the deserts of Kutch in Gujarat. The ancient combination of red and royal blue couldn’t have looked any better.
In this lehenga, turquoise is blending into lime, making it a subtle bright ombre, a heartstopper for a pastel themed afternoon wedding or even greater for a Sangeet performance.
Models: Sancharini & Sananda
Indulgence Chronicle Lookbook