How to style dark coloured Lehengas or sarees this bridal season

How to style dark coloured Lehengas or sarees this bridal season

We’re getting drenched in pastels this season, and it only made sense for us to go the complete opposite on the colour wheel. Winter vibes are still upon us, and we want to show you the endless possibilities of what the new season’s colour palette can bring. Check out the possibilities at @bridalasia

When it comes to dark-toned colours, think of a theme, such as ‘Winter Wonderland’ or capturing the brisk air of November, the Autumnal chill. There is also such a thing as the minimalist urban winter, a dark-hued ensemble of easy silhouettes and shapes, with little to no designs, textures, or embellishments- just pure colour. 

The stylish fashion woman can dress up her Kurti or designer bridal lehenga using the latest trends in traditional Indian wedding designs. Your wedding guests and bridesmaids can try the dark theme for the wedding reception, the engagement, and all the bridal ceremonies wearing the latest style in designer gowns and Indian suits.

Look 1: Kanchipuram

This look captures Kanchipuram’s gold borders with memoirs of historic India.

Look 2: Twilight

The idea behind the Twilight ensemble is embroidery so tiny, that it catches dim light.

Look 3: Cayenne

Mustard yellow is the must-have colour this season. Think warm yellow velour this dark-hued time of year.

Look 4: Florals, of course

Florals for spring is almost obvious. What’s trending this season is dark floral embellishments on dark fabric. Play with textures like velvet and chiffon for added character.

Look 5: Carmine

Dark red is an important colour this bridal season. Red is classic, but a twist on red would be a dark red winter suede or any heavy fabric.