Sabyasachi just dropped his Spring 2017 Udaipur Collection on Insta, and it is P-H-E-N-O-M-E-N-A-L. (Indian people ARE good at spelling!) Here are our takeaways, ideas for adapting this couture style to fit your budget, and some pictures for your viewing pleasure:
Floral is everything.
Delicate floral patterns are peppered throughout this collection. It is spring, after all, and what is more “spring” than flowers? Floral is hot on the Western runways as well, so you can be on-trend at an Indian wedding even if you’re not wearing Indian clothes.
Wedding parties don’t have to match.
Complementary colors look chic, too! We’re entering a period of experimentation on the color wheel. Dress your bridesmaids in red, and your groomsmen in blue. Or pick a rainbow of colors for each, and pair up matching bridesmaids and groomsmen to enter the ceremony together. Pick a vibrant color for your bridesmaids and a muted version of the same color for your groomsmen. Better yet: try a monochromatic look. Color is your friend – play with it!
Punjabi jutti are cool again.
Well, assuming they were ever cool in the first place. But they’re definitely cool now.
Groomsmen can look good, too.
It’s not just about your ‘maids anymore! Dress your groomsmen in fun colors . . . maybe even in floral?