Bridal outfit colours for the upcoming wedding season

Reds and pinks for bridal outfits may be passe! Check out these new colours and styles that are on-trend this season.

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Colours play a significant role in determining your bridal outfit. While you’d want to pick something that’s trendy, you’ll also look to highlighting your personality, accessories, and other wedding-related elements. Red and pink continue to be the traditional colours, but some wonderful new options have been cropping up in recent times. Styles and colour combinations are always evolving during wedding season.

You should be aware of the particular tones that are popular through the current wedding season, to keep your choices on-point.  We’ve put together a list of gorgeous wedding colours here that look good on any bride!

pistachio green indian dress
Pistachio green (Pic: Ideebs London by Aaliya Deeba)

Pistachio Green

Do you recall the shades that rules digital India Couture Week this season? There were generally pastel shades with weighty gold weaving. Manish Malhotra for instance played with eye-calming tones for a stunning effect. Pistachio, we can safely say, is here to stay as a bridal outfit colour.

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Tea rose ivory (Pic: Sabyasachi)

Tea Rose Ivory

Now here’s something beautifully understated and heartfelt! Especially if you’re a bride for whom anything too brilliant and boisterous may wind up enslaving your character. A lovely piece like this tea rose ivory lehenga can never turn out badly. With each of its themes and complex work contributing to its beauty, you are going to dazzle with dignity!

woman in blush pink lehenga
Blush pink (Pic: Sabyasachi)

Blush Pink

Given the COVID pandemic, we are seeing a ton of serene pre-marriage ceremonies with the headliner occurring during the day time. Other than playing with the frivolity, it is smart to pick unpretentious wedding tints, for example, turquoise and blush pink, for your bridal outfit colours.

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Mustard yellow and tangerine (Pic: Frontier Raas)

Mustard Yellow & Tangerine

Both these shades are auspicious, according to the Hindu customs, bringing luck to brides. In days gone by, brides wore mustard yellow and tangerine sarees for the principal wedding function. Return to your roots and radiate customary energies with such sublime bridal shades.

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Multicolour (Pic: Ideebs London by Aaliya Deeba)


The beautiful multicolour lehenga, that is a combination of dark and light tones of pink and red with a differentiating shade of turquoise blue is always a hit. The outcome is a contemporary lehenga which, you’re bound to agree, has a hypnotic effect!

IANS / (Aaliya Deeba, founder of Ideebs London, a Couture Label)

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