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India Couture Week 2022 wedding fashion trends

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    The FDCI India Couture Week concluded in New Delhi this week. Here are some of the top wedding fashion trends we spotted at the coveted fashion extravaganza.

    An array of celebrated fashion designers presented their new collections at the FDCI India Couture Week 2022. The coveted extravaganza, which was held in the physical format for the first time since the pandemic began, concluded in New Delhi this weekend and witnessed a plethora of wedding fashion trends that are all set to rule the forthcoming shaadi season.

    While the Indian craft continues to be the core of the Indian wedding wear scene, the play of experimental silhouettes, bold elements, unconventional hues and, of course, the comfort quotient is making it all the more interesting and fashion-forward. Well, here are the top 5 trends we spotted for brides and grooms-to-be at the Indian Couture Week 2022:

    Reds and pinks are surely the quintessential Indian ‘bridal colours’, but the ace designers with their new collections reaffirmed the dominance of contemporary hues for modern brides. Think of ivories, mustard yellow, greens and subtle golden.

    Aditi Rao Hydari, who turned showstopper for designer Anju Modi at the India Couture Week 2022 put forth a bridal look that was drenched in regalia but also boasted a touch of contemporariness with that mustard-and-green colour combination.

    Indian brides, including a few celebrities, have also been rooting for unconventional hues for their wedding wear. Remember Alia Bhatt's ivory and gold Sabyasachi saree?

    Now, this one is rather good news! More and more designers are finally recognising the need for pockets in bridal ensembles and we got a hearty glimpse of the same at the recently-concluded India Couture Week as well.

    Several designers such as Anita Dongre have been rooting for the idea of pockets in lehengas, but the much-needed trend has certainly gained momentum now.