When it comes to bridal fashion, it is not only about picking anything that simply suits you. The bridal couture must also be extremely stylish and trending. After all, on your big day, you want to make statement. What’s better than adding Pantone's 2021 colours to achieve a regal yet high-fashion look!
Just like every year, Pantone, the American colour company announced the colour of the year for 2021. However, there was a slight difference this time. Instead of one, this year the institution came up with two shades, vibrant illuminating and ultimate grey.
Both hues are chic and can be added to anything and everything you want when it comes to fashion. To stay on the top of your style game, adding these two colours can turn out to be really great. But, if you are confused how, we’re here to help!
Pair Grey With Traditional Pink
We Indians take red and pink as the auspicious bridal shades. If you feel grey can look too bland for the wedding look, club it with shades of pink. The warm tones will appear amazing together. Go for a piece with a heavy zari work. In the picture, the bride is donning a mink grey lehenga. The gold zari embroidery is adding glamour to the entire look. Whereas the soft pink dupatta with similar embroidery is giving soft bridal touch. Don’t forget to pair stunning Kundan ornaments to complete the look.
Go For A Yellow Skirt
Lucky for us, Pantone picked a shade as the colour of the year that we already love when it comes to festivities and wedding. Go for a gorgeous mustard yellow lehenga skirt. It can be a multi-colour piece like the one that has been shown in the picture. It is a Banarsi silk couture, with intricate floral work. The matching blouse and the border are helping to bring the whole look together. Pair it with a dupatta of your choice and make heads turn.
A Red Dupatta Can Never Go Wrong With Grey
If you are a fan of a minimalistic appearances, you should totally go for this classy and sophisticated look. Especially for a day wedding, this appearance can make others sit and take notes. This Anarkali suit has the most stunning zardozi work with silver thread and embellishments. The scarlet red dupatta with matching border is simply adding bridal glam to the entire appearance.
Ooze Oomph In Pink & Yellow
Ditch the traditional red and become the most stunning unconventional bride. The pink and the yellow together is giving a regal look to the bride. The satin skirt paired with the heavily embroidered blouse is something that will be comfortable. Great for those who are not looking for heavy lehenga pieces, but a heavy blouse instead. A simple net dupatta is giving a subtle feel. You can go for a multi-colour dupatta or can also do a red one. Complete the look with amazing bridal jewellery.
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