The wedding season 2021 has been declared open with Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal's gorgeous wedding and fam, we are taking elaborate notes from the bride’s pristine look. Dressed in an ivory lehenga from her own atelier, Natasha really did hit us like a breath of fresh air. She has indeed made a statement with her glorious bridal look and we suspect that a slew of pastel-clad brides is coming our way this year and no, we weren’t complaining. We rather hope that more brides opt for versatile pastel outfits that they can later re-wear without looking like they plan to hijack someone else’s wedding. You know what we mean!
Well, coming back to the pristine and pastels, we have curated a list of soft hues and understated combos that brides should bookmark right now. Scroll down to see.
While you must have seen baby pink lehengas before, this Kresha Bajaj design certainly has a unique appeal to it. Well, we will give the credits to its yellow embroidery that’s really making the entire look pop while keeping it pretty subtle. And, in case, you aren’t that much into yellow, you can actually play it as per choice and go for a baby pink lehenga with mint or even lavender accents.
Both brown and grey happen to be the kind of shades that brides generally don’t opt for. Well, this Rimple and Harpreet Narula clad bride is sure to change your mind. With its marodi work, even though elaborate, even the handwork has been kept understated and we highly recommend this colour palette for 2021 brides who want want to look unique.
If you seek to go off-beat and understated like Natasha, then this is the combo for you. We love how this Abhinav Mishra lehenga is the perfect confluence of unique and subtle. Also, while silver reigns the look, the palette has been warmed up with the tangerine skirt and you can go for a similar number without thinking twice.
Now that the brides have nicely broken into the mint territory all through 2019 and 2020, we propose to go a little more understated shade this year. The hue on our mind is pistachio green and with the right accents, you can really create some magic. For now, can we just take a moment and admire that pashmina pairing?
To begin with, both grey and yellow are the Pantone colours of the year. And if you have it in you to pair them together for your bridal look, you have already won 50 percent of the game! That said, we suggest that you go for sparkling embellishments with this colour scheme. The mirror work in this Manish Malhotra lehenga is certainly something to take inspiration from.
So 2021 brides, which of these off-beat looks do you plan to choose for your wedding this year?
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