Setting up your bridal wardrobe and shopping for your trousseau can be very confusing! A bride needs numerous traditional outfits after her wedding. And if you are someone who likes classic and traditional pieces, then we got you covered. These few evergreen heritage fashion pieces should definitely make their way into your bridal wardrobe. They are sure to never go out of style and are worth investing in.
Check Out These Heritage Fashion Pieces To Include In Your Bridal Wardrobe For An Evergreen Trousseau:
Kanjeevaram Silk Saree Is A Must In Every Bridal Wardrobe!
Straight from Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, Kanjeevaram silk is considered the queen of silks. Kanjeevaram silk sarees have a regal and richness to them. And that is exactly what a bride needs! Silk sarees look exceptionally grand and might not need much jewellery if you are planning to wear them for the post-wedding rituals. From lightweight to heavily embellished sarees to dupattas, there is something for everyone’s preference.
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Brands you can shop from:
House Of Ayana: 22/9, Jaganathan Road, Ground Floor, Nungambakkam, Chennai
Rasvriti: 13/7, Sir Ps Sivaswamy Salai , Mylapore, Chennai – 600004
Bhargavi Kunam: 8-2-293/82/L, 39A, Rd Number 12, MLA Colony, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Also, see how these South Indian brides wore pastel kanjeevaram sarees.
Banarasi Is A Heritage Fashion Pieces To Own
Banarasi sarees and dupattas have our hearts! Some brides even opt for Banarasi silk sarees or lehengas as their wedding outfits. Be it Banarasi silk sarees, lehengas, or dupattas, there has to be one of their heritage pieces in your bridal wardrobe. This versatile heritage fashion piece can be styled in numerous ways even post your wedding. Throw it on any of your simple kurtas and amp up the look instantly.
Shivangi Kasliwal Banaras: A-11 Mahaveer Nagar, Tonk Road, Jaipur
Ekaya: D – 7, Block D, Defence Colony, New Delhi, Delhi
M and S heights Banjara Hills Road No. 10, Hyderabad
Ador House, First floor, 6, Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai
Ground Floor, Armieda Building Pakvan-Sindhu Bhavan Road, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad
Kostaga: WhatsApp: +91-91511119491
Samyakk Sarees: No.24, D’Souza Circle, Richmond Road, Bangalore
Here is where you can buy red Banarasi sarees.
Opt For The Vividness Of Phulkari
Punjab’s Phulkari is full of vivacious colors that are sure to brighten up your bridal wardrobe. This heritage piece is a cultural favorite for its amazing thread work embroidery. Mostly with geometric prints and some mirror work embellishments, Phulkari has to be in your bridal wardrobe. The colorful and vividness of this heritage fashion piece comes in the form of dupattas, sarees, lehengas, and even corset blouses.
Brands you can shop from:
Ada Boutique: 4/842B, Nagla Road, Dodhpur, Aligarh
Itokri: A-7, Shri Krishna Nagar, Haider Ganj, Lashkar, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
Phulari: WhatsApp +91-8080702625
Subtle Yet Chic Chikankari For Your Bridal Wardrobe
Chikankari from Lucknow is one of the most breezy outfits to include in your bridal wardrobe. If you want a break from the heavy bridal wear post your wedding, opt for the heavy looking yet breezy to wear Chikankari. From lehengas to kurta, there is a wide range to opt from. Many brides have slayed a chikankari lehenga for their pre-wedding rituals or even as their reception wear.
Kalki Fashions: Prime Plaza, S V Road, Mumbai
AZA: 24 Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
Ambawatta One, Mehrauli, New Delhi
D-21, Defence Colony, New Delhi
Sabyasachi: Ador Multiproducts Ltd, 6, K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai
Plot No, 14, Banjara Hills Rd Number 10, Gaffar Khan Colony, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Kutub Serai No 6-8, One Style Mile, Kalka Das Marg, near Qutab Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi
P-545 LakeRd Lake Market, next to Udipi Home, Kolkata, West Bengal
Falguni Shane Peacock: DLF Emporio, 310, Second Floor, DLF Emporio, Vasant Kunj II, New Delhi
Ambawatta One, Seth Sarai, Mehrauli, New Delhi
G.p.o, Bhogilal Hargovindas, Ground Floor, 18/20, K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai
Bandhani Sarees And Dupattas Are Bride’s Wardrobe Essentials
Bandhani or Bandhej from Gujarat is a unique tie and dye that is a traditional bridal favorite! From bandhani lehengas to sarees and dupattas, brides have experimented with everything. Isha Ambani even made a bandhani dupatta part of her bridal wear and looked stunning. Bandhani lehengas and sarees have a grandeur vibe to them and give a regal look. When it comes to wearing it post-wedding, this versatile heritage fashion piece can be styled effortlessly.
Kalki Fashion: Prime Plaza, 101, SV Rd, Navyug Colony, Santacruz West, Mumbai
Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop: Opp. Qutab Minar,Seth Sarai,Mehrauli,New Delhi
Junction of 24th &, Turner Rd,Bandra West, Mumbai
Plot No 8 & 9, Achyutha Co-op Society, Road No. 10, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Kankatala: First Floor, F-40, Near Dharam, Block F, South Extension I, New Delhi
11th Main Rd, near Cosmopolitan Club,4th T Block East, KV Layout, Jayanagar, Bengaluru
Kankatala – Queen of Sarees,470, Rd Number 36,(Opp. chutneys) Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Add a pop of color and vibrance with these super gorgeous bandhani outfits.