Call it hope chest or glory box or bridal trousseau; it has been every bride’s closest friend during the initial months of her married life since ages. With time, the contents of this treasure box might have radically changed but the purpose and emotions attached to it remain the same. Earlier what used to comprise of just 11 essential items put together, these days enclose almost every essential that a newly-wed would need to have in her closet to prepare her for all the occasions she would have to be a part off; with her bridal trousseau in place she would be all set to create a lasting impression on everyone.
Today I feature the latest trends in Anarkali’s to include in your bridal trousseau these will keep you looking stunning and apt for every occasion and save the last minute run to the tailor.
Light Blue & pink anarkali with sequin work by Pam Mehta, this one’s perfect for the various lunch’s and dinner you’ll have to attend post the wedding.
I absolutely love this white anarkali with a little hint of neon in it. The bright red chura would look lovely along with this.
Now this one’s a little dressy perfect for your first karvachauth or any pooja/party you’ll be attending.
So now that everybody is investing in the neon trend how can the dulhan be anywhere behind, Pink neon anarkali however its very subdued so you don’t look overly bright.
Simple Blue Anarkali perfect for when you are expecting guests or just daily wear.
Pink & Gold Anarkali by Pam Mehta, another one of my favourites, I think the color combination would bring a glow on anybody’s face, apt for a night affair.
Blue & White anarkali simple and apt for all occasions.
Chic & Elegant purple anarkali, it doesn’t have the usual flair that anarkali’s have, this is more of an indo-western dress.