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  • Bridesmaid Dressing Trends This Season

    What to Choose for The Bestie of The Bride

    The concept of bride’s maid is a bit western but in India the friends and female cousins are considered as the same. And the outfit of the bride’s maid is no less important than the bride herself so an insight is indeed needed for the wedding garments for the bestie of the bride. We sincerely try to illuminate you about what to wear to look like a diva on the day of the wedding.

    A Classic Ethnic Piece

    An Indian wedding is incomplete without opulent saris. Yes, Designers saris in Kolkata have an endless market and you can choose from the heap. Think before you opt for a sari, whether it should be classic, vintage or a modern one. If you wear a flowery lace corset then choose a light weight one and if a sleeve less or back less is the statement of the day then definitely go for a heavy, quintessential sari you treasure for the lifetime.

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    Illustrative Lehengas are also archetypal nowadays. Be it in any pastel shades or glittery golden or bronze threaded, they have their own say that no one can deny. Best lehenga shop Kolkata will provide you with umpteen options to spin your head. Be wise to choose an opulent one for the wedding evening.]

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    Seasonal Attributes

    Always consider the season and time of the wedding before selecting an outfit, especially for the bridesmaid. Fall tones such as light pink, mocha, navy blue, simple black and sea greens are nice for winter and light yellow, any shades of purple, grey are good for summer. The color red is applicable any time any season particularly when a wedding is concerned. Bride’s maid can pick any color and fabric suitable for her deciding on the persona and body type. During present time bride’s maid dresses have become glamorous, gorgeous and modern. More than ever, the dresses represent ongoing trends that have real influences from the fashion shows as well as red carpets.

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    Ideal Makeup

    Young girls do not need heavy makeup as that will ruin the innocence. Simple eye makeup adorned with an elaborate hairdo and hint of lipstick; that is all for the makeup. Yes, long and wavy curls of your tresses are ‘in’ these days.

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    Always choose a reputed retailer for the wedding dresses or better if you can customize it; the options are available in all leading stores and boutiques. It is advised to buy them being present at a store. Happy Shopping!

  • Look Your Stunning Best This Wedding Season!

    The Big Fat Indian Weddings are a lot more than a mixture of significant rituals. The bridesand their maids go through several rounds of denial before actually settling for the outfits they want to wear for theseveral wedding occasions. Simaaya is taking an initiative to help you all in choosing the attires.

    Yellow anarkali

    The concept of Bachelorette has found its way in India nowadays where the bride-to- be shares some fun filled moments with her besties and family before entering into her married life. This is merely a way to celebrate the end of spinsterhood with a bash. Thus Simaaya Fashions brings to you this lovely long anarkali suit in fresh yellow embroidered georgette fabric and matching georgette dupatta. Mesmerize everyone with this grand party wear.

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    Haldi in Indian wedding ceremony holds a special significance as it is believed to bring peace and harmony in the soon to be couple’s married life. Why not inflate the significance with a saree that looks as serene as haldi itself. This cream and orange faux crepe saree with Jacquard will enhance the beauty that haldi puts on the bride’s skin.

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    The Mehendi ceremony depicts love for the upcoming married life of the bride & groom apart from the artistic look it provides. Appear wonderfully attractive in this sky blue faux georgette saree with matching gold and black blouse on the day of mehendi.

    Simaaya sangeet lehenga @#4

    The ceremony of mehendi comes with merrymaking among the family members and close friends a day before the bride takes the wedding vows. In India, we name this joyous ceremony as Sangeet, where the bride’s family and friends dance and sing to bring auspicious vibes before the actual wedding ceremony.
    On this sparkling occasion, look strikingly gorgeous in this beige and light green lehengacholi with patch border work at the pleats and sea green dupatta.

    Simaaya golden yellow bridal lehenga @#$$$$$$$$^

    Whether it’s your wedding or your friends’s or sister’s or relative’s; everyone deserves to look her stunning best on the wedding as it is the day every girl dreams of since her childhood. Look gorgeous in this Golden Yellow Lehenga style saree in chiffon and net fabric. Team it up with beige embroidered blouse.

  • Best Dressed Brides Of 2015: A Retrospection

    2015 was a great year for the celebrity weddings. Most of the beautiful brides had made a mark with their unique and ornate bridal finery. The colours, cuts and hues were on trend and the jewellery and make up gave rise to some glowing faces on their best day. Here is a rundown on the celebrity brides of 2015 and their style statements.

    Mira Rajput

    Mrs. Shahid Kapur is the most talked about bride in 2015. The young and pretty bride made simple look sophisticated. For haldi she donned an Anamika Khanna yellow lehenga coupled with kundan jewellery. Her wedding day lehenga was again by Anamika Khanna in light pink. She completed the look with a maang tikka, jhoomar and a stunning necklace in multicolor. Her reception saw her dressed in an off white crop top and white and blue rose embellished long skirt by Manish Malhotra.

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    Soha Ali Khan       

    Elegance is a born trait in the Pataudi daughter and she carried the statement to her wedding with Kunal Khemu. The wedding lehenga choli was cream and orange by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She adorned her hair with a maang tikka and jhoomar and wore two simple yet stunning necklaces. For her reception, she wore a pink and gold lehenga choli with a matching maang tikka, necklace and earrings.

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    Masaba Gupta

    This was the most awaited wedding of the year in the fashion industry. While her choices of outfits were unconventional, her spunk in standing up to criticize her own bridal dress was even more unconventional. For her mehendi, she wore a self designed white outfit. For sangeet she worn a pink lehenga from Raw Mango and her reception dress was the by Anamika Khanna. The last was a fail as far as a dress goes but her spirit won her many admirers.

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    Geeta Basra

    Geeta Basra and Harbhajan Singh had opted for a traditional Punjabi wedding along with ceremonies like mehendi, sangeet, wedding and a reception. For mehendi, she has wore a lime-yellow lehenga with mesmerizing multiple chain maang patti. For the wedding, she chose a red colored lehenga choli with heavy embroidery and stone work. She also preferred diamond and kundan jewellery.

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    Dhrasti Dhami      

    The beautiful bride got married in February and for her sangeet she wore a bottle green saree with high neck net blouse. Her bridal dress was in Marshala and had sequins and glitter on it. She accessorized the look with pearl and kundan jewellery.

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    Keep following our blog to know more about bridal looks.

     

  • Top Colours in 2016: Know What Colour Dress to Wear to Stand Out in Crowd?

    Colors can make or break any dress. Either it will add panache to the dress or make it fall flat. The hot and sizzling colors of 2016 are now out and here is a complete list of the colors to stock up on your wardrobe so as to be the style diva of 2016.

    The Spring Summer Colours

    The year starts with spring and summer and the predominant color will be Buttercup Yellow which signifies happiness and a sunnier disposition in the wearer.

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    Next is the calming Rose Quartz which is gentle and persuasive and at the same time conveys composure and compassion. The color is like that of a budding flower and apt for the light summer months.

    Serenity Blue is the next big color of the season and comes as a breath of fresh air of stressed time. The bright blue is as beautiful as the open sky.

    Shades of aqua in the green family are unique and beautiful and the latest trend in 2016 is Limpet Shell. The color spells class and cleanliness. It is fresh while providing tranquility to the wearer.

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    More Colour Trends Revealed…

    Peach Echo was and is going to be the top trend in 2016. The color is bright while at the same time suiting every cut and design to make it the universal color.

    As blue as the ocean water, Snorkel Blue is akin to energy. The color helps one escape while that the same time keeping them attached to the world around them.

    Iced Coffee is the dark and bold color of the season with neutral tones. The earthy color is evergreen and is a transitional color from 2015 to 2016.

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    Lilac Gray is a variant of the classic gray shade and is another great shade in the neutral department.

    Fiesta is a mixture of red and yellow. The bright shade is in contrast to the calming colors and a deviation from the other calmer shades.

    If you are an explorer then Green Flash will suit you. It is radiant and is a representative of the nature’s beauty and negation of urban mentality.

    Now that you know all the colour trends check out the latest design nuances and opt for the perfect dress.

  • Winter Bride Dressing Lookbook

    In India, winter is the time to get married. While it is good to stay away from the dirt, sweat and grime which are accompaniments of a dreary and hectic wedding preparations and rituals, the steep fall in temperature means that some style tweaks are necessary to beat the chill while staying fashionable. Here are a few steps by which one can certainly stay warm and stylish.

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    Cholis with Long Sleeves and Top Wear With High Neck

    The best way to keep the chill at bay is to wear a long sleeved choli so that the cold air spares your arms. Also ensure that the kurtis, blouses or cholis have high neck and collar so that you can stay covered up in the freezing cold.

    Bond with Heavy Fabrics

    Winter is the perfect time to experiment with velvet that is warm and chic at the same time. Not only does it gives a royal touch to your bridal trousseau, but is great in itself as a warm cloth. Popular styles are heavily embellished velvet blouses or kurti or lehenga paired with velvet jackets. Also popular are fabrics like silk and brocade.
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    Embellished Shawls

    When you are wearing a lehenga, just ditch that conventional dupatta and replace it with an embellished shawl. Arrange it in the dupatta style over your shoulders and arm and you will be a fashionistas and comfortable at the same time.

    Do Away With Cholis

    Cholis are not as indispensable as they earlier were. Rather, this winter team the beautiful lehenga with an equally stunning short kurti styled like a jacket. It looks amazing and is very utilitarian for the winter dreading bride.

    Stunning Lehenga Sarees

    In case you are too partial towards sarees and want to wear it on your big day, then go for a heavily embellished lehenga saree. The look is core feminine and complements any color and embellishments. Keep the pallu pleated and then keep the edge pinned to your shoulders so as to show off the pallu design.

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    Dressing up magnificently is absolutely necessary for any woman on an important day. In winter the options dwindle because of the cold. However, try these smart ideas so that you can dress like a million bucks and stay cozy and warm as well

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" Green is my favourite colour and I bought a pale green faux Georgette sari from Simaaya for this Bengali New Year. Wherever I went, the sari was the talk of the town. "

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" I have bought a beautiful lehenga in wine shade for my friend's wedding. The golden zari work makes it look simply fabulous. Extremely happy with the quality of the material. "

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