Its more than a month, and its so so good to be back home finally. I really want to apologise to all of you for the no show of new posts last month. I was out on a long vacation (details later) and it was the best time ever. Sometimes, one just needs to cool it off a bit, and that’s what I have been upto for the past 4 weeks. But now I am back.
Oh, how much I have missed talking about wedding stuff. I literally got back yesterday, and the first thing I did was open multiple tabs to look through everything that I have missed. June July is the sale season, and I hope you have done your bit of discount guilt free shopping. But in case you haven’t, this post on Designer Labels hopefully will help you find some really cool outfits to own for the upcoming wedding season.
# French Curve by Anjali Sharma
Ok, I just happened to come across one outfit from this designers label, and I decided to write this July favourites post. I know cheater me. But when you see new designs, new style, fresh take on fashion, how can a wedding blogger resist. So here are my favourites from her collection.
I have had my eyes on Rana’s by Kshitija for a while now. There designs speak out because they are in the mid range affordability segment, all the while giving you the high designer end label feel. Their outfits are beautiful in colours, in various silhouettes and styles, and you can find yourself a good ethnic wear be it for a prewedding, best friends wedding, or your own wedding trousseau.
If you love chamku-chamku bling bling, then you’re going to love this designers collection. Its not that her outfits are loud bling, its the right amount of bling, you know what I mean? Pastel shades, with hints of gold to bright bridal colours of red and green outfits. I have been a strong follower of her collection for awhile now, and if you are looking for something exquisite out of the box, I highly recommend this designer label.
Love mirror work and candy colours in lehengas? Then Akanksha Gajria is the designer for you. Her outfits are young, playful with a riot of bright colours. Perfect for a day function or to your bffs wedding.
From the entire list of favourites, Swati and Sunaina top my list. If you are a silk freak like I am, then you know exactly what I am talking about. While bling, chiffons and the usual wedding outfit drama is all good, but wearing a one of a kind silk lehenga does hold its own charm. The designer duos collection has stunning contrasting shade lehengas which are sober yet eye catchy.