Gorgeous Sonakshi Sinha and Miss India International Ankita Shorey walk the ramp for the exceptionally talented bridal wear designer Jyotsna Tiwari at the ongoing Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week 2012.
Sonakshi Sinha for Jyotsna Tiwari at Aamby Valley India Bridal Fashion Week 2012
Ornate lehengas with gold foil work in bridal colors of red with gold kamarbandh and heavy jewellery raised the bar for the glamour-stricken bridal industry this season. The sheer dupatta in soft tulle shimmered with butis to show off the supple skin underneath.
Jyotsna’s collection was a fusion of ethnic and contemporary designs crafted for the modern Indian woman.
The floral embroidery on the borders and the choice of fabrics for the saris can safely transport a woman from the ramp to the sangeet ceremony. Jhumkas lend an aura of an old- world charm to the mod saris with spaghetti-strap blouses.
The blend of modern sari with the classic lehenga has been done so well that it seems the perfect fit for any woman. Whether it is a sangeet or a reception, both the bride and her sisters can lay a hand on these exquisitely crafted attires. The jewellery and the clothes go hand-in-hand to create the trousseau of the bride.
Classic combinations of red and gold ruled as models sashayed down the ramp in heavily embroidered lehengas in traditional motifs and gold thread work combined with muted coloured blouses with tassels hanging from them.
The red lips looked ravishing with the ensemble and kept us wanting for more.
Models were styled in various Indian styles as this was a versatile collection for the Indian woman. Embroidery ruled the roost in Jyotsna’s designs and jewellery made the looks complete. Accessorized with kamarbandh and elegant diamond bracelets, bangles and un-cut diamond necklaces, this particular collection was a thing to watch out for.
There were saris and gowns in rich colors like red, sapphire, royal blue complementing the whites and creams. One-shoulder gowns have already made it to the must-have list in our style diaries. The luxuriousness of the collection and the Indian appeal make it a commercial success.
It was classic yet contemporary and had all the elements for the Indian bride looking for her bridal trousseau.