These Newly Discovered Labels That Our Real Brides Wore Are On Our Hit List!
BY Anupriya | 08 Jul, 2021 | 7325 views | 3 min read
Want to steer clear of the usual Sabyasachi panelled lehengas or the much-hyped RAH outfits from your wedding mood board? Then you’re in for a treat because we have something fresh from the oven for you to explore. All thanks to our brides who incessantly bombard us with fashion-savvy looks and introduce us with lesser-known labels that are making bigger waves ATM! So much so, that we had to make a case for them and create a line-up of the freshly-discovered ones on our brideys.
If you're a bride-to-be with offbeat choices, think no more & quickly dive in to explore a gamut of regal silhouettes, not-so-usual detailings and impressive colour palettes!
Ameeran Design boasts of bridalwear outfits that are inspired by the splendour of the lost eras. It's the ultimate destination for Heritage Indian clothing. The added perk? Their exquisite pieces can easily be passed down to generations. We first saw their design on our real bride Keerat who wore a scintillating lehenga for her Sangeet that was inspired by a persian carpet, and ever since we've become their ardent followers!
Check out their profile Ameeran Clothing !
For nouveau brides who are looking for something contemporary yet scene-stealing for their wedding outfits, Ayushi Bhasin is a new spot to explore! They have an array of feminine silhouettes to pick from. However, their statement thread and sequin work lehengas have a special corner in our heart. We recently spotted these dusty pink ones on a bride and a bridesmaid, and instantly gave them our stamp of our approval for an uber-chic look!
Check out their profile Ayushi Bhasin
If regal with a touch of old charm is what your style looks like, Zaafirah is your one-stop-shop. They are all about artisanal fabrics, neo-traditional silhouettes and one-of-a-kind detailings. What makes them standout from the crowd are their bridal pieces that are artfully detailed with iridescent embellishments & vivid colour palettes. For instance, take this 30 kilos of beauty that was rendered with prettiest of florrtes, pristine pearls, fine thread work and all things pretty.
Check out their profile Zaafirah
A fine medley of exquisite craftsmanship, traditional weaves and old-worldly silhouettes, Plumtin is another new name that is creating ripples amongst our brides. Synonymous to regalia, this label has something for every type of bride-from elegant pastel-hued numbers to OTT bridal masterpieces.
Check out their profile Plumtin
House Of Kotwara
Wrapping up the list with our personal favorite i.e. House of Kotwara. While their statement chikankari and kamdaani work needs no introduction amongst the new-age brides, what certainly needs to be put forth are their phenomenal bridal wear pieces & craft. They have recently topped the popularity charts amongst sikh brides. A lot of them are swearing by their pastel-hued shararas and lehengas for their Anand Karaj ceremonies and grabbing 'em eyeballs. If you too believe in effortless styling but with a keen attention to detailing, this label is meant for you!
Check out their profile here!
That's all folks! So which one are you adding to your hit list? Tell us in the comments.