Obviously Shahzadis I am not lucky enough to attend this year’s Indian Bridal Fashion Week, but with the magic of the internet, I can now commence drooling over the first presenter at IBFW! All I have to say is that Tarun Tahiliani is just mesmerizing with his depiction of a bride. In Tahiliani’s eyes.. a bride is truly a Shahzadi! Vogue India wrote,
“Highlights from Tahiliani this season include peplum cholis and asymmetrical lehengas that curl up shorter in the front and trail in the back. Also included were slim mermaid gown kurtas, trim sharara silhouettes and the fascinating evolution of the pre-stitched, belted sari and the sari gown — both of which Tahiliani is credited for launching into modern bridal trends.”
Here is a round up of my favorites from his collection!
Classy and vintage, the intricate designs of this piece showcases the care of creating a work of art but the colours give it a breezy feel about it that makes it look like a dream to wear on your big day!
An amazing outfit for the quintessential princess that played with tutus as a child. This piece paired with its 1920′s styling is a juxtaposition of a Glam Princess! I love the net overcoat over top of the tulle lehnga. It is so unique.. it makes me want to dance
I love the blush pink and the belted-ness of this outfit. It’s just lovely. I love his use of nude fabrics, complemented with light sweet colours. I think the modern bride would love to be able to incorporate the traditional hints of pink with a more understated elegance of nude.
If you’ve been reading my blog, you know I am slightly OBSESSED with this colour; and with ombre taking the world by storm, it’s no surprise that I could not hold myself together while drooling over the keyboard.. what is a girl to do?? Too bad I’m already off the market… I love how Tahiliani marries tradition with current with the use of classic silhouettes and a trendy colour selection.
I love this design. Boroque in nature, Tahiliani reaches into a gothic inspiration for this look. For the Shahzadi that wants to make a big impact, I can see a strong, fierce bride carry off this look. I love the shades of red, rust, maroon, with muted gold detailing that finish this look off so well! Again the 1920′s finger waves and dark eyes are really bringing royalty into this look.
I am loving it! I can’t wait to see what awaits me at the next show of India Bridal Week.
Stay tuned Shahzadis as I take you through all my favorites of this Wedding Season!