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Wedding in Vogue : Wedding season trends from the Vogue Wedding show 2019


The much awaited annual Vogue wedding show is still in its infancy but it has quickly become one of the definitive venues when it comes to predicting fashion trends in the coming wedding season for all Indian brides to be.

There is every reason why it should be so when Indian weddings are an exalted celebration of life itself.

 With its eye on the latest trends and the most avant garde designers for all aspects of wedding preparations including clothes, jewelry, accessories and more, the Vogue wedding show is a highly anticipated affair for defining the most lux trends in the Indian wedding season.

And at Pure Elegance it is our mission to bring you the best not just in terms of an exhaustive variety of Indian Ethnic outfits but also the hottest news from the ramp walks showcasing Indian Ethnic Wear's latest leanings so that you can make the right choice at the right time to best suit your purpose, your budget and of course your personality.

The three day affair that the Vogue Wedding show was obviously left us thirsting for more of all its extravagant artistry and lavish scale, but we bring you the highlights of the show to give you a heads up so you know what to expect and how to prepare for the upcoming wedding season before it hits it peak and finds you wanting.

 

Fabrics: The greater preference seemed to be for natural and organic fabrics including silks and chiffons. The luxury element in fabrics was continued with more vibrant colors of velvet like mint or olive green and bright turquoise lehengas as opposed to the deeper shades like maroon, black and midnight blue being used before.

 

Colors: While red did seem to appear again inspired by Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra Jonas's red wedding lehengas, the pastel trend continued and went a step ahead with all white, blush and desert rose shades.

Another new color trend that made its presence felt was vibrant multi colored outfits whether it was about sarees or lehengas. Multi colored outfits seemed to be resurfacing after a bit of a hiatus last year.

 

Embellishments: Embroidery  in vivid colors rode the multi colored trend. While sequins and zaree were not surprisingly ubiquitous, silk thread embroidery with chunky semi precious stones added as embellishments was the new addition.

Motifs: The floral trend was omnipresent and it made an appearance in neutrals, multi colors and in a variety of styles including traditions Mughal motifs to more modern and simple flower motifs.

 

Silhouette: The big winner this year was the saree and there were several versions of this silhouette that did the rounds as pre-draped, pre-stitched and ready to wear sarees. Ruffled sarees, florals and new drapes adorned this timeless outfit giving it a completely new and desirable avatar altogether.

Mood: The themes were both serious and luxury oriented with muted colors as well as vibrant and bohemian for the unabashed bride.

Styling: Customization was a continuing trend with new additions inspired by Priyanka Chopra Jonas's Ralph Lauren wedding gown that had personalized embroidery and even a piece of her mother in law's wedding gown sown into it.

The wedding lehenga finally became a document of symbols for people and memories special to the bride.

Jewelry: The chunky jewelry trend went up a few notches with most jewelry houses displaying over the top jewelry with large chunky diamonds or emeralds being some of the most popular designs that gained favour among the show attendees.

In all, the Vogue Wedding show upped the wedding prep affair a few notches both in terms of trends and style as well as making weddings a more luxurious and lavish affair than ever before.

So which trend caught your eye ? Let us know what won you over and what didn't and we at Pure Elegance promise to continue giving you more to love, as always.. !

Images : Vogue India

Article By : Bhavna R


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