Demi-Couture Labels for the bride-to-be
has a little experiment up her sleeve. For, it is her time to exhibit the many
glorious avatars she can be at her wedding. And if it is an Indian bride, she
has to be loaded — in jewellery, bangles and ethnic attire. This is the
perception that demi couture fashion designers are looking to change across the
nation. So, without much ado, let’s get you started on some of the finest yet
affordable demi-couture designers.
With the spotlight now on western attire for functions like mehendi, sangeets, cocktail receptions and youngster parties, Indian designers fast catching up on the much-preferred demi-couture style.
The House of Masaba
Needless to say, on top of the game is our very own Masaba Gupta. Her bridal couture collections in two words are – vibrant and classy. Think corsets, blouses, shrugs, silhouettes, bustiers, cool and elegant dupattas and scarves in cheerful hues of pink, yellow, red — that can easily be paired with palazzos or even dungarees. Her chic bridal couture collection highlights the free spirit of the millennial woman who has a mind of her own.
Gauri and Nainika
The sibling duo Gauri and Nainika provide glamorous, classy and chic demi-couture styles at competitive prices. Their collection includes a range of lehenga skirts, pre-draped saris, layered anarkalis, cape blouses, fitted velvet dresses in many fabrics such as chiffon, organza and raw silk.
Her collections are an eclectic recipe with flavours of Benares silk and cotton and brocade weaves, blended with tie and dye, hand-painted silks of Jaipur, ikats of Andhra Pradesh and chikankari of Lucknow. While many associate this Indian designer with Ikkat prints and traditional techniques, her designs also have a certain international character that is now getting noticed in the world of demi-couture.
Known for his different take on garment structuring and silhouettes, Indian designer Gaurav Gupta has a made a mark for himself in the zone of
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