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The shades of gold, ivory, black, pink, blue, red and green just magnified the look of the outfits. Besides, the correct usage of soft fabrics like silk, crepe, chiffon, georgette and net embedded with elegant embroidery provided that sophisticated look.

All of her Indian bridal dresses and designs were light-weight and were created keeping in mind the comfort level of the brides. Bollywood actress Sameera Reddy was her show stopper who wore a stunning orange and yellow lehenga.

2. Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar, Indian fashion designer is the undisputed queen of the Indian fashion industry, as her creations have always been par excellence and offer a perfect fusion of sophistication and euphoria. Her designs are always known to be an amalgamation of contemporary and age-old Indian craftsmanship. This veteran fashion designer has been pivotal in helping the Indian fashion industry from its nascent stage to the form it is today.

Her bridal wear collections are always made up of rich fabrics like crepe, georgette, silk etc. With elaborate designs and embellishments, her mythical bridal wears can make any girl look stunning on her big day.

Rajasthan Fashion Week was indeed a show worth-seeing with country’s leading fashion designers like Neeta Lulla and Ritu Kumar showcased the best of their bridal collections. The Padmashri awardee Ritu Kumar’s models sashayed the ramp donning her superb ensembles. The viewers were just mesmerized by her free-flowing ethnic silhouettes ranging from anarkalis, bridal saris and lehengas.

Here is what Ritu Kumar had to say

“The collection is all classical. Lot of layering has also been done on the garments. Short jackets and palazzos are perfect for the pre-wedding or post-wedding functions. Also the collection is for the young brides who prefer silhouettes that make them look young, modern and beautiful.”