5 Trends To Steal From The Runway For This Wedding Season


The fashion world is ever evolving. If there is one trend that is big right now, within a few months there will be something completely opposite that catches our attention. With social media an ever-pervading presence in our lives, it isn't very difficult to keep up with the fashion world, especially with celebrities posting #Lookoftheday or #OOTDs.

there are also fashion influencers who are constantly updating the general masses with fashion trends. So this wedding season, get your fashion game on point with these trending styles from fashion week.

Fringes Benefits

Tassels are out and fringes are in. Yes, as a lot of Indian garments today are influenced by the West, even traditional Indian wear has been incorporating this trend. Fringes are great for experimentation and are fun to have on different areas of your gown like sleeves, collars, hems, shoulders or the back.

Fringe Cocktail Dress - Aarna; Fringe Cape Set - Aarna; Blush Green Shoulder Cape Fringe Gown

Fringe Cocktail Dress - Aarna; Fringe Cape Set - Aarna; Blush Green Shoulder Cape Fringe Gown

Our take: Fringes will be widely in demand this season and will be spotted on many celebrities.

Jumpsuits Frenzy:

Yes yes, you read that right. Indianised jumpsuits are big this season. An easy breezy silhouette, which is trendy and comfortable to wear, this is an absolute must-have for every girl. Moreover, it can be worn easily to a cocktail night or a daytime Mehendi function. Jumpsuits can be worn in different ways and thus it looks like a new piece! Which girl doesn't love a versatile piece like this?

Aqua Hand Embroidered Jumpsuit - Anushree Agarwal; Blue Embroidered Jumpsuit - Anushree Agarwal; Wine Fitted Jumpsuit - Anushree Agarwal

Aqua Hand Embroidered Jumpsuit - Anushree Agarwal; Blue Embroidered Jumpsuit - Anushree Agarwal; Wine Fitted Jumpsuit - Anushree Agarwal

Our take: Expect lots of photos on instagram with Indian- style jumpsuits

All Ruffled Up

The trend in Indian garments today is moving away from heavy embroidery and is slowly making way for Indian occasion wear. Fabric texturing like ruffles and pleats are a very interesting replacement. They are extremely versatile as to team up with accessories.

Wine Ruffle Sleeve Drape Gown - Anushree Agarwal; Black and Purple Saree Set - Akira; Beige Draped Indo-western Dress - Anushree Agarwal

Wine Ruffle Sleeve Drape Gown - Anushree Agarwal; Black and Purple Saree Set - Akira; Beige Draped Indo-western Dress - Anushree Agarwal

Our take: A style which will be popular with the bridesmaids this season

Saree gets a Makeover

If you are a big saree person, then you must try some of these new saree trends this autumn winter. We have all seen Sonam Kapoor in the denim saree, haven't we? So, the reconstructed saree is one trend that is catching on. The dhoti style saree, also showcased in the resort wear collection by Shivan and Narresh, has been a favourite for Bollywood celebrities since last year.

Yellow and Orange Embroidered Dhoti Saree - Anju Agarwal, Green Draped Pre-Stitched Dhoti Saree With A Hand Embroidered Beige Blouse - Anju Agarwal, Lheria Draped Saree - Swaroop

Yellow and Orange Embroidered Dhoti Saree - Anju Agarwal, Green Draped Pre-Stitched Dhoti Saree With A Hand Embroidered Beige Blouse - Anju Agarwal, Lheria Draped Saree - Swaroop

Our Take: Lots of experiments will continue on the saree this wedding season, be prepared to be surprised.

Flower Power

You may think that floral is out, but trust us florals are going to be all the rage this season again. Whether embroidered or appliqued, florals are here to stay! Although embroidery has its own charm, you must opt for applique this season as it is a fresh trend!

Floral Embroidered Crop Top With Floral Printed Pleat Skirt - Anushree Agarwal; Yellow Embroidered Floral Gown - Anju Agarwal; Off-White Short Gotta Kurti And Floral Gotta and Pom Pom Palazzo With Organza Embroidered Dupatta - Anokherang

Floral Embroidered Crop Top With Floral Printed Pleat Skirt - Anushree Agarwal; Yellow Embroidered Floral Gown - Anju Agarwal; Off-White Short Gotta Kurti And Floral Gotta and Pom Pom Palazzo With Organza Embroidered Dupatta - Anokherang

Our take: Light and pretty, what's not to like? Expect floral prints, motifs and embroidery in many wedding trousseaus.

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Tanisha Diwan

Fashion Writer

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