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Bridal Trends 2018

With the changing trends in Bridal Fashion there have been a lot of changes and comebacks that can be seen in the upcoming year. The Bright like green, pink, red, dark orange and royal blue and light pastel shades and variant designs have left its prominent mark but the wedding attire still carries the same ancient style of designs. These can set the tone for next year’s wedding season.

Let’s look into few the trends that can be extensively used throughout the year.

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1.     Minimalism and comfort

A perfect choice for your cocktail or reception party, fusion gown is a beautiful blend of contemporary and traditional design. The spectacular varieties of sarees with beautiful adorned necklines, embellished with gorgeous sequence designs with utterly different cuts and embroidery blended with usage of thread work in an innovative manner giving a surprising Mughal touch to the dress. Using threads and cutworks an ideal wear can be given the pleasant dreamy look for varied occasions.

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2.     Priced possession of Kundan work

You can go for such an embellished or embroidered net gown to look like a diva on any wedding functions. Embellished by fashionable Swarovski and semi-precious stones detailing, combined with trendy flair and drapes to make spectacular ensembles that brings to life every woman’s most desired dreams. The hand stitched gem embroidery work adds a designer component and can transform an expensive silk to an exclusive piece which will be the centre of attention.

3.     Velvet makes a comeback in nudes or deep tones.

Made a sweeping style statement with one of the latest trends in the wedding wear- Velvet fabric has a unique aura. You can wear this royal and glamorous outfit on any of the wedding functions to stun everyone with your great taste. But, with a grand emergence of the half and half saree styles, velvet were seen quite a lot in designer saree creations. 

4.     Traditional pastel and trendy neon

Pastel coloured choli paired with a neon ghagra is a perfect pick for  our mehendi or sangeet ceremony. You can opt for a silk choli and team it up with an embroidered ghagra. This combination will give you a perfect traditional yet fashion forward look.

Inputs by: Mr. Anshul Paul,

Director, Nargis

About ‘NARGIS’ – With the successful establishment in the year 1992, NARGIS has been a leader in the textile and retail business for over 22 years. Rooted from this belief along with a rich experience, expertise and an eye for exquisite craftsmanship, Mr. Vikas Paul, and Mr. Anshul Paul, has steadily paved the path towards the renowned and distinct identity of NARGIS.  NARGIS is another ingenious name, emerging in the world of Indian fashion industry with their glamorous and eye catchy creations. Following this legacy of imbibing Indian heritage with latest techniques and contemporary styles, the group with its flagship store at Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi and the recently launched second landmark store at Indirapuram Ghaziabad, extends unique design innovations, combining the best trends and rich traditional techniques and signature styles, that makes each creation highly fascinating, desirable and a sheer personification of elegance, style and elan.’

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