8 Designers All Quirky Brides Need To Check Out For D-Day

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If you’re fuss-free, unafraid of colours and ready to experiment with new silhouettes for the wedding, you have come to the right place. When all brides are taking the unconventional path for their wedding celebrations, be it – ditching the typical red lehnga and opting for pastel lehngas {we told you from you can buy those!} or wearing offbeat colours and eccentric designs, brides are are doing everything possible to do what they love the most.

So, for all the quirky brides-to-be out there, we picked our eight favourite designers who offer unusual styles and colours.

Gazal Gupta

Gazal Gupta is the go-to designer when you want colourful yet quirky outfits. There are lehngas, saris, and pant-saris in pop and pastel colours that are detailed with beautiful intricate motifs.

Manish Arora

The Lady Gaga of fashion needs no introduction. For Manish Arora, it’s all about fearless designs and colours. Shades and styles especially psychedelic prints that bring out the best of quirkiness in a creative way that’s hard to resist.

Priyal Prakash

Zig zags and candy colours are what describes Priyal the best. There are lehngas and saris in tones of yellows, pinks and oranges all in either zigzag or panelled lehngas that have beaded hems. She is one designer who brings out the freshest of fresh collection with new silhouettes and altogether contemporary shades.

Sonali Gupta

If you remember Ileana D Cruz’s badass bride shoot that went viral, you would have definitely admired her vibrant and quirky outfits. They were courtesy: Sonali Gupta. The label is all about couture in funky ways that are seen on anarkalis and jackets.

Taika By Poonam Bhagat

The brand takes pride in producing outfits that do not cry for attention yet are soft enough to catch everyone’s eyes. Their colour coordination and strong embroidery game earn them more brownie points! The ensembles in fabrics of tussar, silks, cottons, linens etc have a lot of pleating and dori work that can be seen through their tunics, lehngas and saris in shades of jewel tones.

Payal Singhal

At the age of 15, when most teenagers are busy scoring A+ in school, Payal Singhal scored A+ in life by winning Shoppers’ Stop’s ‘Designer of the Year’ award. Since then, there has been no looking back for her. Her collection is all about modern silhouettes {dhoti pants, capes etc} teamed with colourful fabrics and quirky embellishments.

Saumya And Bhavini Modi

What sets this label apart is their delicate embroideries on anarkalis, peplum tops, indo-western and other silhouettes. There are soft pastel tones and bold jewel colours, that are for all the generations and all occasions to wear.

Little Black Bow

If you’re on the lookout for an outfit that has an old world charm or takes you back to the times of laces, pearls, and high tea kind of vibe, Little Black Bow is the right place for you. From cocktail gowns {no, not those hideous lehnga gowns}, we mean the classy Victorian ones, to anarkalis in soft hues, they offer everything.

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