Indo - western wedding outfit trends 2021

2021 is truly a year of fusion. Balmain's villain shoulder are ruling the luxury and fast fashion market, but now it has made its way through the Indian ethnic wear. We saw many variations of this in Suneet Varma and Manish Malhotra's Lakmé fashion week's collection.
Puffy sleeves, ruffled sleeves, you name it, and you will find them while browsing through the latest designer lehengas.
Far are gone are those days when only gowns and ruffle sarees used to qualify as Indowestern outfits.
We have listed down Indo-western outfit trends that caught our attention and here to stay.
Jumpsuits, tulle doll dress, midi skirt set
'Papa don't preach' by Shubhiksha has some marvellous jumpsuits embroidered in quirky beads, a gamechanger this season. We are also in awe of the gorgeous tulle doll dress and midi skirt set designed by her. She has nailed the formula to rule the hearts of Millenials this wedding season: western silhouettes with trendy embroidery!
Designer: 'Papa don't preach' by Shubhiksha
Sequins and metallics
They are tried and tested formulas to create a standout Indo western outfit. Who does it better than Manish Malhotra? His latest collection has a sequined saree paired with a jacket; the showstopper Kiara Advani looked ravishing in a metallic shimmery lehenga.

Designer: Manish Malhotra

Designer: Manish Malhotra

Photo by Simaaya fashions

 
Coord sets are everywhere this season.
Masaba Gupta has mastered the art of creating quirky prints and turning them into funky outfits. You can derive inspiration from a few of her designs to create comfortable and striking Indo western outfits. There are many tie-dyed flared skirt and top sets with some ethnic embroidery on the market. They look beautiful, and if you are looking for something easy-breezy to wear, they are an excellent choice.

Outfit by Koai

Designer: Masaba Gupta

 
Capes, dhoti pants, cigarette pants and palazzos
They have been in trend for a long time
Dhoti pants with slightly long peplum tops look stunning
 Designer : Jayanti Reddy
 This year in ethnic wear, we have seen wide-legged palazzos with long peplum kurtas.
 Designer: Manish Malhotra
 Capes on gowns and sarees have been around for a while, but they have exceeded their longevity. This year they will be very much around, but we might see some variations to it.
Photo by Simaaya fashions
A long jacket over cigarette pants or palazzo looks classy and timeless. Look for a wellembroidered jacket that will amp the look of the entire outfit.
Photo by Simaaya fashions
Sleeves!
Puffed and ruffled sleeves have dominated the runway. Lehengas are going to have a makeover owing to this trend.
Designer: Suneet Varma
Gowns with cut-outs
This trend is spreading like wildfire among international brands. Showing off a little skin is in this season!
Designer :Julien Macdonald
Glam up in these outfits and enjoy this wedding season!