Bridesmaid Style Files
Madhuri Khemani 15 Dec 2015 BRIDAL 


Wedding season is here and we all have those bridesmaid duties to fulfill. It’s not easy being a bridesmaid! First of all you have to make sure the bride is happy and help her out with anything she needs and at the same time ensure that you look good at every stage of the wedding, after all the bride’s friends represent her in a big way. Here are some designers and looks that you definitely need to check out for your bridesmaid wardrobe.

1. Astha Narang

If you love pastels then you have to visit Astha Narang. Feminine silhouettes with subtle shimmer are a part of her signature style.

 Mint green is one of the hottest hues this season. Add some contrast to it with ruby tones and you are all set for a day wedding. 


Kareena Kapoor looks absolutely gorgeous in this all glitters pastel pink Astha Narang outfit.


2. Nikasha 

Pop of colors and fusion of modern and Indian silhouettes, if that’s what you love then Nikasha is where you need to go. Nikasha is the celebration of modern India with a rhapsody of colours coming alive through the interplay of fabrics and prints.

 Pink is always a girl’s best friend. Team this gorgeous pink anarkali by Nikasha with the stunning ghungroo neckpiece by Ritika Sachdeva and a potli clutch by Adora by Ankita.


We adore these edgy looks by Nikasha at Amazon India Fashion Week this year.


3. Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary

For the funky bridesmaid who’s not very fond of tradition, Surendri by Yogesh Chaudhary has an amazing array of prints and western silhouettes with a slight Indian touch.

 This outfit from their fashion week collection was an absolute favorite. Love the interplay of the sheer fabrics and parrots. Pair with a gorgeous hand harness by Prerto and this stunning maang tika by Suneet Varma.


Madhuri Dixit looks resplendent in this sari by Surendri. The color and embroidery are absolutely perfect for a cocktail function.


4. Ridhi Mehra

 Opulence, grandeur and glamour sum up the outfits by this designer. Luxuries from the orient such as chanderi silk, silk georgette, silk chiffon, satin & net are used to grace flowing feminine silhouettes, which add the delicate tease.

 Jewel tones can never fail at wedding functions. Pair this stunning floor length anarkali by Ridhi Mehra with these stunners by Outhouse and this stunning minaudiere by Tarini Nirula.


Tamanna rocks this gorgeous outfit by Ridhi Mehra. 


5. Ritu Kumar

Classics can never go out of style. A Ritu Kumar ensemble is like an investment. It is a classic that can be passed onto generations. If you are a lover of tradition, classic embroideries and fabrics then Ritu Kumar is the place for you.

 Absolutely love this drool worthy lehenga saree with a contrast dupatta. Pair it with this turq neckpiece by Amrapali and this gorgeous gold cuff by Astha Jagwani.


Sonakshi Sinha looks festive ready in this stunning ensemble by Ritu Kumar . Love the combination of intricate embroidery and subtle print.


Image Courtesy: Perniaspopupshop; Amrapali, Prerto