Meera & Muzaffar Ali at India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

After a slew of fashion week posts, this is the last individual show I’m going to talk about from India Bridal Fashion Week 2014. There might be some trend or other posts where I will talk about the show as a whole, but as for individual designers – this is the last one.

I know some of you may be getting tired of all the designer-wear fashion posts (or are these helpful because you’re all starting to shop for your wedding now?) because I sure am getting a little tired writing JUST about fashion shows! I promise more non-fashion posts over the next few weeks. Except for the ones from Lakme Fashion Week, because that’s just around the corner. Eh, what’s a wedding blogger supposed to do?! *throws up hands helplessly*

I had loved Meera & Muzaffar Ali’s fantastic bridal wear from their show at India Bridal Fashion Week last year. After a sneak peek at their collection for 2014 at the Vogue Wedding Show earlier this month, I was excited to see what would catch my attention during this year’s edition of IBFW. As expected, I found a few pieces I adored!

TDB’s Picks

Mint and gold anarkali Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 Mint and gold anarkali back Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

Mint green AND gold. What a beautiful, trousseau-worthy ensemble! Paired with those chunky antique stacked bracelets, the look was killer. The only thing I didn’t like were those striped pallazo pants. As easy to not use them as it was for me to crop them off from the first image 🙂

Where to wear? A beautiful piece for your trousseau, wear it as a newlywed to attend a relative’s wedding – ideally, for small-scale functions.

Ombre suit Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 Ombre suit back Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014 Ombre lilac Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

 

Also spotted these two – my favourites I’d shared with you on Instagram during the Vogue Wedding Show! Once I’d seen how they had been styled for the runway, I loved the peach ombre suit a lot more than the purple one.

Where to wear? Both can be worn as a guest to a small wedding function – especially suited for a Mehendi or puja.

 

Worth A Mention

The lovely, lovely polki jewellery worn by the models!

This maang tikka –

Polki maang tikka Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

These beautiful big earrings –
Polki gold earrings Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

And these chunky, massive earrings –Polki maang tikka big earrings Meera & Muzaffar Ali India Bridal Fashion Week 2014

The Remaining Collection

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!

(click on the thumbnail to view larger images)

Photo credits: Ashutosh Chaudhary

Was the gold and mint anarkali your favourite too?

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4 Comments

  1. I love the designer collection. Actually I have participated in Delhi fashion week in college level. And I have heard about the Meera & Muzaffar Ali is one of the best designer in India. And here, all the bridal collection is awesome one. Even I browse most of the time Myntra, Jabong, Snapdeal online portal for latest collection stuffs.. Thanks for sharing such type of information.

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  2. The designer clothing from Meera and Muzaffar Ali is quite good and everyone can have them in their wardrobe. They are quite women friendly and can be worn at any function which is the best part.

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