For Indian girls wedding is a dream occasion. Every girl wants to look like a queen on this special day of her life. For an Indian bride her wedding trousseau is very important. Everybody wants to buy the best trousseau in the market. So trousseau shopping is a very difficult job. It has to be exclusive yet as inexpensive as possible. It has to be elegant as well as trendy and fashionable. The first thing you should have in mind when you shop for your wedding trousseau is your budget because according to your budget you should select your trousseau. Then comes the style. Whether you want a traditional trousseau or a simple and casual trousseau or a Trousseau, which has a Western formal look.
After you have decided your style then only you can make a choice. But for normally Indian bride opt for traditional heavy work trousseau as there are hardly any occasions for Indian bride to dress casually. You have to keep in mind that the silhouettes must be very feminine in look. Though mostly Indian prefers dark and vibrant colors but nowadays colors like pastel shades and whites are in fashion. People are opting for latest sleek designs and light colors rather than going for traditional heavy embroidery trousseau.
Even metallic colors are also in fashion nowadays. Colors like silver; rust brown can be a very good option. During summer go for cool colors like sky blue, sea green and other soothing colors. People are avoiding earthen colors these days. Another look for the season is nets, transparent fabrics, and a general feel of lightness. Avoid total golden look and go for white gold and silver look. Wedding trousseau are generally of rich materials such as silks and velvets and worked over heavily in gold trimmings or brocade. Colors are reds, pinks, and maroons, which are mostly used by Indians. Every ceremony has a different look for the bride.
Like for the sangeet ceremony go for something sleek and light. You can try a tissue lacha in pastel shades with light zardizi work. Opt for colors like pista green, peach, baby pink and lemon yellow. For the mehendi ceremony try out something traditional like Banarasi or a Kanjeevaram, or a bandej sari. For the wedding reception, ghagra cholis or lehengas in traditional designs and colors s like red, maroon, pink, or wine shades, with heavy zardosi work will look stunning. Match it up with traditional kundan jewelry.