The wedding style guide
People say a girl looks her best on her wedding day. Not too many people used to say the same about the groom! Well, times are changing and so is the perception of bridal wear.entertainment Updated: Dec 04, 2010 17:13 IST
People say a girl looks her best on her wedding day. Not too many people used to say the same about the groom! Well, times are changing and so is the perception of bridal wear.
Today the groom is just as worried and just as prepared for the big day as any bride is. With stylish cuts and plunging necklines, couture has become the high-end selection for many a bride and groom.
Bridal wear now can be a dramatic combination of tradition and style. If you are going to look your radiant best, why not be the best dressed as well? Indians love tradition. Why not use this handed down art with contemporary style?
The traditional bridal colours will never go out of vogue. While the traditional red will never die, why not try a beautiful emerald green or a tourmaline pink? Even though some say that wearing white or ivory is inauspicious, I say why not? Be different!
The focus of a wedding is always attire. While we enjoy our tradition, why not spice it up with layers of style? I say, go for it!
First Published: Dec 04, 2010 13:42 IST