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Choosing the right colour for your bridal outfit
Show me anything EXCEPT a red lehenga" is one of the most commonly heard statements at any Bridal store these days. We totally get why though there is something fresh and girly about a soft pink, something modern about gold, and earthy about orange that is just so hard to resist! So while you are on your bridal outfit hunt , here are a few things to keep in mind according to your skin tone
The top shades of red bridal dresses on ramps this year
When it comes to the color red, we have seen all shades of this beautiful color this season! From deep burgundy to a slightly more scarlet version of the color, there have been all kinds of reds that we have seen. This just shows us that traditions never really get old no matter what and that red lehengas and cholis never go out of fashion. Some famous couturiers such as the bridal dress maestro HSY actually believe in encouraging their brides to wear this festive color on their big day. The commendable Indian couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee also believes in sticking to the traditional red because he believes that it signifies our glorious heritage!
Yellow is a traditional color for the brides-to-be. It is believed that yellow color lends a special glow to the bride to be if she wears it in the preliminary ceremonies leading to the big day.
In the olden day, the mayun ceremony was held where a bride was given a yellow dress that she was obliged to wear for a week before the wedding. This yellow dress was a telltale sign of a bride-to-be, and she was advised not to leave the house once she wore that yellow dress. Usually, a seven-day mayun ritual was observed carefully, to make sure that no harm or accident befalls the bride if she were to step outside her home.