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Runway Trends for the 2017 Brides-To-Be

Runway Trends for the 2017 Brides-To-Be

Planning your wedding wardrobe? Here’s a complete lowdown on all the trends that made waves on the runway this season. Get set for the screenshots, girls!  Image:Viral Bhayani

Barely-There Dupattas

Barely-There Dupattas
While heavy bridal dupattas are still very much alive, we saw a barely-there version at Anushree Reddy’s show which we absolutely loved. It’s smaller, easy to drape and can be styled in so many novel ways. Images: Viral Bhayani

Feathery Hems

Feathery Hems
Hemlines have a new friend this season.While last year was all about beaded tassels, feathers are new in.Be it on the capes at Falguni & Shane’s or on the dupattas at Monika Nidhii’s, these hems surely add to the drama. Image:Lakmefashionweek.co.in

Frills

Frills
Skirts this season have a taken a frilly twist. Paired with a statement blouse like this one by Anushree Reddy, this fun skirt can be your pick for the cocktail or mehendi function. Image: Viral Bhayani

Shoulder Fringes

Shoulder Fringes
If you’re not a fan of dupattas, this is just perfect for you! Shoulder fringes did the rounds at Manish Malhotra, Anushree Reddy and Ridhi Mehra’s shows. We love the movement and the finishing touches these give to a blouse. Images: Viral Bhayani

Off-Shoulders

Off-Shoulders
You need no introduction to this trend. Off-shoulders are definitely here to stay! Try styling yours as a tube top like this one from Arpita Mehta. Image: Lakmefashionweek.co.in

Corsets

Corsets
From lingerie to saree toppers, corsets have come a long way! Masaba gave a sassy and sexy twist to her sarees with full corset belts. We loved these! What about you? Image: Viral Bhayani

Scallops

Scallops
Be it prints or on the hems of blouses, skirts and dupattas, scallops continue to be everywhere this season! Image: Lakmefashionweek.co.in

The Shawl Drape

The Shawl Drape
There’s something about the shawl drape that makes it look so elegant and chic. While it needs a little more care to keep in place, we think we’ve found our favourite dupatta style for this wedding season! Images:Viral Bhayani/Lakmefashionweek.co.in

Shararas

Shararas
If any of your functions call for a suit, bunk the anarakalis and long kurtas. Make a statement with a beautiful voluminous sharara. They’re just as perfect for a light day cocktail as for a glitzy wedding. Image: Viral Bhayani

Flouncy Sleeves

Flouncy Sleeves
If you’re one who loves dramatic silhouettes, go for the sleeve trend that’s been all the rage this year. Billowing frills or the delicate puffs, your blouse needs that chic makeover.  Images: Lakmefashionweek.co.in

Fanny Packs

Fanny Packs
All you baller brides out there, here’s an accessory you just cannot miss! Masaba added a cool functional twist to her breezy lehengas with pop fanny packs. It’s perfect for when you need to be hands-free on a mehndi.  Image: Viral Bhayani
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