If you were al­ways afraid of ditch­ing colour on your wed­ding, Day 3 of In­dia Cou­ture Week will in­fuse some white con­fi­dence

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Gone are the days of brides swear­ing by plum reds and ma­roons for their wed­ding. Don’t be­lieve us? Well, the Cap­i­tal run­ways are a proof.

On Day 3 of In­dia Cou­ture Week 2016, four de­sign­ers show­cased dis­tinct col­lec­tions, but, pris­tine whites, in­dul­gent creams and dewy hues stood out. At

Rahul Mishra, hand-done em­broi­dery wove a tale of mon­soon-in­spired mo­tifs in­clud­ing chintz flo­rals and beau­ti­fully crafted pea­cocks. Hav­ing never been a big fan

of colour, Mishra con­tin­ued to take his white baton for­ward with creams, ivories, del­i­cate golds along with in­di­gos and blacks for con­trast. Scared of whites? Reynu

Taan­don and Rim­ple &

Harpreet Narula have a way out. Some­times, it’s hard to break out of the colour mould. So, if you are afraid of ditch­ing bright shades com­pletely, go for ver­sions of gold. Taan­don and the Naru­las picked the clas­sic com­bi­na­tion of white and gold, along with tan beiges and dull creams for not only their brides, but, grooms too.


From the red car­pet to your pre-wed­ding soirees, an in­tri­cately de­tailed white lehenga can never go wrong. Mix and match or when you’re feel­ing moody, colour block to change it up. Also, jew­ellery can play a big part in how you com­plete a look. Why not go for gilded pieces to off­set the whites and mild ochres of your wed­ding­wear? Time to ex­per­i­ment, guys!

At Rahul Mishra, the white brides took over the run­way

Rim­ple & Harpreet Narula pro­vided some white re­lief for the groom too

Reynu Taan­don played with tinted golds, beige and creams

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