My favourite show of India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 – Tarun Tahiliani. My second favourite? This one.
Jyostsna Tiwari took us for a romantic stroll under a night sky lit up with stars. Among cherry trees, we swayed to the music. Angels walked past in baby pinks and sky blues, tiny floral embroidery on nets and tulles. Dewy makeup, pink lips. French braids and messy buns.
The show was rather fittingly named “Under The Stars”.
I want to hug this outfit. The fluffy, soft net looks like you can just sink into it!
Where to wear? Your sister’s/ brother’s/ friend’s/ neighbour’s Engagement/ Sangeet/ Reception. You’ll be a vision in blue. Baby blue, pretty blue! I believe I’ve made it fairly evident that I’m ga-ga over this.
Similar to the first blue outfit, I have the same things to say about this one. It’s so pretty! Just pick the one that suits your complexion more.
Isn’t this the dreamiest, most whimsical lehenga you have ever laid eyes on? The delicate work, the way it looks like you’re walking through a shower of flowers.
Where to wear? Put me in this on my Sangeet or day wedding. The sister of bride/groom could also wear this on the wedding.
FOR A GOWN THAT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE A PRINCESS.
Esha Gupta stunned everyone when she walked out in this. The most beautiful wedding gown I’ve ever seen. Makes me wish I had a Christian wedding where I could wear this on my big day. Those of you from other religions, fret not. She stepped out again towards the end minus the veil, so you can wear in on your Reception!
Don’t miss the soft curls, the tiny flowers in her hair and that beautiful pop of pink on her lips. The entire look was breath-taking. Who wants to accompany me on a visit to the store as I try on this beautiful piece of heaven on Earth?
Worth A Mention
Have a look at the floral embroidery. It’s pretty, and so similar to what we saw in Sabyasachi’s show at India Couture Week!
The Remaining Collection
I usually don’t like gowns. But the utter prettiness of the gowns in this show has convinced me to atleast go and try one out. As for the rest of the lehengas and anarkalis, I liked the lighter ones a lot more than the heavier garments. Brides will definitely find a lot of lehenga ideas here, so go ahead and browse the gallery below.
Note: I realise that you can’t Pin images from Galleries easily, so I’m putting up these pieces on my Pinterest board for Fashion Week Outfits – you can access them there!
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Photo credits: Ashutosh Chaudhary
Jyotsna Tiwari deserves a big applaud and an even bigger smile for her collection this year. I’M in love!