Don’t be weighed down by your wedding lehenga on your big day!

Brides want to wear something which blows their guests away and brings them out into the spotlight, and to do this we have Indian bridal couture. Indian bridal couture is designed for a bride who wants to leave a big impression on her guests for her big day. The mixture of the intense materials, heavy embroidery and major jewellery adds a few extra kilos to your person which does tend to drag you down on your wedding day. However, expert designer Tarun Tahiliani does not think that needs to be the pattern.


To describe Tahiliani’s upcoming collection he says “Couture around the world is known as much for feathery lightness as well as the gravity defining construction—this is where our new couture began, as we thought deeply of lightness so Indian brides can enjoy their wedding and dance in their clothes. That is how we have evolved—by creating a new vocabulary of design. Our clothes need to embody the spirit of our cultural legacy, which has to be updated for the global, peripatetic customer”

This season, Tahiliani has created a presentation titled ‘Tarakanna’ which portrays from the night sky and to support the theme of spiritual elegance and precision Tahiliani has worked with Swarovski crystals to give life to his look.

Tarun Tahiliani will be showcasing his couture 2017 collection on July 26th at India Couture Week.

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