The whole bridal week is very inspiring. Looking at the traditional styles, lovely splash of colors, creative embroideries, and different style of garments inspired me to do something different this time. So, I decided to wear a sari that too in dhoti style for the 3rd day of the India Bridal Fashion Week.
I created the design of this saree for a family event couple of months back. I decided the color pattern, the material and the look and I got this made from a saree shop. When I finally received this saree, I was so happy with the results.
I used a georgette plain orange saree and added dark blue and pink velvet border to go with it. I paired a black velvet blouse with it and for this look I used a black tight to go under the saree for the extra coverage.
Now the 3rd day show details of India Bridal Fashion Week 2014.
Nargis Fakhri dazzles the Azva Red Carpet ramp at India Bridal Fashion Week
Gold created magic in its most stylish and elegant form as Azva presented their latest collection of 22kt bridal gold jewellery through stunning red carpet looks at the sixth edition of India Bridal Fashion Week. The cynosure for all eyes on the red carpet ramp was showstopper Nargis Fakhri who dazzled in a flamboyant black gown, complemented with an opulent statement choker by Azva. Known for her eclectic taste in luxurious fashion, red carpet diva Priya Chatwal also walked the ramp for Azva wearing exquisite gold jewellery to match her avant garde outfit keeping in tune with the glamorous theme of the show.
A vision in black and gold, Nargis Fakhri said, “I’m thrilled to have been a part of this show as it’s great to see bridal gold jewellery styled to suit western and glamorous silhouettes so beautifully. The statement Azva choker that I’m wearing today is hand crafted in gold with an antique finish designed by a craftsman from Junagadh for a red carpet look. I’m happy to see such stunning red carpet looks and some amazing style statements by Azva for brides too which they can wear even beyond their wedding day.”
A bride with an edge by the fabulous Falguni and Shane Peacock
A peek into Shekhawati, Rajasthan by Suneet Varma and presented by BMW
hekhawati, one of the oldest and most beautiful hand painted living cities in the world with a rich history of over 350 years of architecture, decoration and sheer magnificence was the inspiration behind the collection. The collection was traditional Indian with a modern twist. The designs had a lot of reds and fuschia pinks that lie at the very heart of Rajasthan. Mirrorwork embellishment with large borders in thread embroidery, stark white and ivory with color on color aari embroidery and dark navy and cobalt blue with antique and burnt golds and copper thread embellishments. The collection also had hand made accessories in beaten metallic golds in exaggerated earrings and hair pins.
The gorgeous Kangana Ranaut looked exquisite walking down the ramp in an exemplary ensemble by the designer.
On their association with Suneet Varma, Mr Frank Schloeder, Director Marketing BMW Group India, said “BMW Design is the beginning of an emotional experience. Over many decades, a variety of design elements have formed the unique DNA of BMW as defined by its distinctive proportions, surfaces and details. Bridal fashion is all about aesthetics, perfection, precision and craftsmanship, which is what BMW embodies. BMW has enjoyed a number of successful collaborations with artists and designers over the years, but this is our first partnership with the Bridal Fashion Week, arguably one of India’s most significant bridal fashion shows. We wish Suneet Varma the very best for this season’s bridal collection.”
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Saree: My own Design
Shoes: Stelatoes Shoes ( Similar Here )