What with the economic slowdown and recession, everyones on an austere drive. Take a look at the Indian austere bridesimple, yet classically bridal.
> White sari, Rakhee Grover Jain at Ensemble; Blouse, Kiran Uttam Ghosh at AZA; Maang tikka, long necklace, bangles and ring, Curio Cottage, clutch, Aquamarine
She's coy, gentle and typically bride-like. Dressed in the traditional red lehenga-choli, she exudes Indianness and is every man's dream
Lehenga, Anamika Khanna at Ensemble; choli, AZA; necklace, earrings and kadas, Amrapali; ring, Curio Cottage; red sandals, Charles and Keith
Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event and for some, no recession can stop that. Here's a quintessential glamorous bride, one who isn't afraid from breaking the barriers.
Sherwani and lehenga, Manish Malhotra at Aza; jewellery, Curio Cottage; shoes, Aldo
A wedding doesn't always have to be in a Benarasi sari... so echoes the non-conformist rockstar bride. Be the unconventional, fun bride with this free flowing gown and statement jewellery.
Gown, Falguni and Shane Peacock; gold link necklace and gold choker, Curio Cottage; Maharaja necklace, Aquamarine; gold platform heels, Charles and Keith; Silver incense sticks box doubled as a clutch, Curio Cottage.