Celebrating love and your wedding day is always special. The biggest day in your life is always seen as an amalgamation of much festivity and celebration and fashion rules on every corner.

And if you are a proud Indian, like me the occasions are far more extensive calling in the fashion to be on point. In designing for all those special evenings Parul Mongia for NAMAH creates a series of garments which are about making you literally the focus of all attention. Well known for her contemporary shillouttes, bold colors , embroidery and detailing there are choice series of three special selections here. Focusing on the bridal couture but the groom does make his mark as you will see.

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The PINK Cocktail

Celebrating the dreamy pinks and florals in this ball gown inspired dress for the bride and the fusion Indian outfit for the groom.

 

 

 

In the Details:

Jeans: Zara | Kurta: Anita Dongre |  Nehru Jacket & Pocket Scarf: NAMAH by Parul

Shoes: Louie Vuitton

The Dinner Blues

Celebrating that formal dinner evening; was this asymmetric Blue drape dress with the embellished sleeves was truly a sight to behold. In keeping up the fashion game and the western inspirations for the garment, the choice was to go the in the gentleman mode with the accent leather bowtie and mules from the luxury house of Amorio.

Special mention on this dress is that it is designed for a special line called PARO for the main brand which is centered on the idea of magnetism of the bold woman of today. Celebrating her beauty and her free spirit in a contemporary world, is what makes “ Paro” special!

In the Details:

Pasiley Trousers: Custom designed by thebaldeagle.in | Shirt: Marks&Spencer |  Bowtie: TORTUS

Leather Mules: Amorio from Jaipur

And finally…….

The Royal Reception

After the Big day, the reception is the last evening before the events all come to a close. Bringing Indian Traditional wear to an elegant finale is seen inspired in the rich vintage styled velvet gown worn by Meghna. In setting of the tones is the gold and deep wine red ensemble worn by me which is highlighted by the royal drape with the zardosi embroidery customized by the design house.

In the Details

Gold Dhoti : Pranay Baidya | Silk Kurta: FabIndia |

Embroidered Drape & Nehru Jacket: NAMAH by Parul |Leather Mules: Amorio from Jaipur

CREDITS

Models: Subhashish Mandal&Meghna Bhattachrya | Image credits: Saagar, Sooraj Sundarajan

Makeup: Rolika Prakash | Location: HauzKhaz Monument