Shopwati | The Bridal Shopping Alert
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                                         Bridal Shopping Alert!!













It’s time for Bridal shopping for this fall season. This time the bridal collection is a combination of traditional with western culture that has been the main ingredient of Indian weddings.
Many of the upcoming brides are very much forward to try different looks with designer and non-designer outfits to glam their wedding. Some of them are even carrying a full flared can-can gowns instead of lehengas as their wedding dresses. New patterns and styles in many warm colors have been added as per the upcoming mood for this wedding season. This season, many newbies are added and the most famous is the 3D lehenga/gown.
Bridal shops in Chandni Chowk which has a great footfall are encouraging and the responses are great and positive. They are looking forward to owning shoppers choices whether it’s simple or customized


                                     Picture source: Indu Fashions, bridal store in Chandni Chowk, Delhi


Even jacket lehengas are gaining great interests by brides with trains in the back.”The creation with heavy yet blingy embellished work are getting huge attention by brides-to-be” said the owner of Indu Fashions (Bridal store in Chandni chowk).

He added, “brides are looking for a classier yet high fashioned attire for their wedding. They mostly emphasize on the designing part and the customization of their outfit as per the latest trend. Each day the bride-to-be is coming up with latest and trendy fashion to add the glamour to their wedding.

P.S- Indu Fashions customize as per one’s choice.

3Many brides are taking up double dupatta style to rock their wedding day.
The reason for this is to gain the desired look with different styles of draping dupatta and another just to cover the head of the brides.

At the same time head dupattas with long trains can also be seen this season. Heavy work like gotta patti, zardozi, pita, Resham, zari and dori work are the main players in the race. Many new hues like Coral, Neon colors are also in this season.
Most of the bridal stores are maintaining the required stock with heavy yet classy lehangas, indowestern gowns, jacket lehangas and even designer sarees.



Shades of Pink: Since Pinterest declared it the color of 2016, we can’t get over this beautiful colour. Blush is also a perfect color for the fall, ideal for brides and bridesmaids.

Marsala: This deep-Wine color brings such transformation. With this, the dupatta always goes in contrast to maintain the class of the main color. Marsala never goes out of trend in any season.


Blues & Greys

These are the perfect blown out colors owned by most brides and their bridesmaids. This colour looks gorgeous even on the bride’s mother.
Non-bridal trends have also been evolved from basic salwar suits to gowns and heavy flared anarkalis. Many girls are agreeing on this option.
Beige & Burgandy
Beige is variously described as a pale sandy fawn color, a grayish tan, a light-grayish yellowish brown, or a pale to grayish yellow. This is adorned by most of the brides for simple powerful look. With this contrast dupatta works very well.

Double toned
Mix two unusual hues and make it work with a double toned lehengas.
Some of the upcoming colors for 2017 can be seen at
And so on….





This article is curated for SHOPWATI by:

Preeti Sharma

 A young Delhi based entrepreneur with immense love for writing over fashion and lifestyle with interest on reviewing latest trends n providing sneak peak of fashion stores as well.

A young Delhi-based entrepreneur with an immense love for writing over fashion and lifestyle with interest on reviewing latest trends n providing a sneak peak of fashion stores as well.

Picture courtesy: Indu Fashions, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Address-Indu fashions. 5701, Nai Sarak, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
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