#bindaasbride: She will play by her own rules! | fashion trends

Follow your heart or follow dictates that glorify conformism? What’s your plan for your big day? A growing number of daring, high-spirited brides are eschewing convention to make their weddings an unapologetic celebration of their individualistic style. Bubbly actress and model Soundarya Sharma has created these fun and lighthearted looks for the bride who wants to be herself at her wedding rather than looking like a clone of all the other girls who have recently been shopping in a trousseau. Here’s to freeing you from drowning lehengas, killer heels and that makeup that’s not you at all – glitter-laden smokey eyes, doll-like false eyelashes and those hazel-blue contact lenses that scream FAKE !

Think timeless tulle that reminds you of sleek ballerinas in tutu skirts, lehengas with sexy tie-up cholis, sarees with an athleisure twist and natural yet striking makeup: we’ve rounded up funky and edgy trends that will make you want to burn The Bride Rulebook.

Here, Soundarya wears a spring-hued sheer yellow dress by designer Rahul Mishra paired with sequined georgette pants.

3D flowers and butterflies

Delicate flowers sprinkled on your garments have a fairytale quality that instantly takes a garment from predictable to surprising. Here, Soundarya wears a spring-hued sheer yellow dress by designer Rahul Mishra paired with sequined georgette pants. The dress is adorned with enchanting 3D wildflowers and butterflies that look almost real. This cheerful outfit can be an exciting choice for the engagement function. Effortless undone waves, a barely there dewy base and a cherry pout complete the look.

This dazzling sparkly skirt and cutout top from designer Suneet Varma can be a refreshing replacement for those predictable reception dresses.

Strategic cuts

All the “it” girls, from singer Dua Lipa to model Bella Hadid, are in love with the cutouts that are all the rage in the fashion world this season. You can’t leave out this super sexy and edgy trend that comes with a hint of rebellion. This dazzling sparkly skirt and cutout top from designer Suneet Varma can be a refreshing replacement for those predictable reception dresses. Add dramatic frilly detachable sleeves and you have a sure winner.

An original accessory to add: finely crafted gold glasses, glamorous wine lips and a touch of gold on the eyes add more drama.

We paired this handwoven hot pink katan silk saree from Weaver Story with Soundarya’s silver jacket and white trainers and for a funky, carefree look.

Saree meets athleisure!

A saree is one of the most versatile garments out there. It adapts effortlessly to creative and free expressions. We paired this handwoven hot pink katan silk saree from Weaver Story with Soundarya’s silver jacket and white trainers and for a funky, carefree look. Anyone got any cliché-proof bachelorette ideas? The saree is rolled up casually over a comfortable pair of cropped jeans and can be removed in a jiffy. We prepped her skin with a light touch of saffron face oil, skipped the base and gave her nude lips and a single coat of mascara. A sporty high ponytail and diamond bracelet complete the look.

This silk and tulle lehenga from Rimple and Harpreet Narula with a multicolored border saves you from the monotony of red.

geometric lehenga

Fashion has always loved pieces inspired by geometry. Translating geometric patterns into a lehenga with gota textures is quite refreshing. This silk and tulle lehenga from Rimple and Harpreet Narula with a multicolored border saves you from the monotony of red. Pairing it with an illusion tie choli and lightweight embroidered tulle dupatta makes it fun and flirty. A chic green-blue earring and choker, a butterfly-shaped cocktail ring by Archana Aggarwal and a rustic kaanch ki chudiyaan add elements of surprise. We kept the makeup simple: smudged kohl, peach eyeshadow and nude lip gloss.

The cheerful colors and the tulle fabric that creates amazing movements make this outfit a fun choice for the sangeet ceremony.

Stunning tulle lehenga

The fluffy, floaty fabric with its gravity-defying charm is great fun. Named after a city in France where it is said to have been invented, this ultra feminine and romanticized fabric must be in your wardrobe. Soundarya wears a cotton candy tulle-lehegna with a golden yellow asymmetrical kurta adorned with 3D beads, sequins and glass beads from Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika. The cheerful colors and the tulle fabric that creates amazing movements make this outfit a fun choice for the sangeet ceremony. A half-up, half-down hairstyle, chunky gold pendants and funky pop pink eyeliner complete the look.

Credits:

Styling and concept: Shara Ashraf Prayag

Producer: Ruchika Garg, Shruti Shende

Photos: Kathachitram of Shailja, Mayur Haresh Chhabria

Make-up: Richa Agarwal

Jewelry: Dillano, Kavya Potluri

Location: The Lalit, New Delhi

Accessories: 1469 original


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