As the bride, you’re probably fretting over your wardrobe right this very second, trying to figure out what the right outfit colour for you is. Thankfully, with the latest trends all leaning away from red, there is a myriad of colours available for you like green, fuchsia, blue, orange, emerald, and gold. If you really want a look that is totally unique, we know which colour you should pick–Gold. Yes ladies, Gold! We believe that any bridal attire, whether it is a gorgeous lehenga, a heavy Kanjeevaram saree or even a beautiful evening gown, will stand out uniquely in tones of gold!
Gold is the colour of royalty and stands for all things opulent and precious. So, if you are ready to add a touch of royalty to your bridal ensemble, here are a couple of beautiful Indian blouses with gold skirts to inspire you!
Metallic gold bridal ensemble to dazzle everyone
This brightly shining hue of gold is for all those brides-to-be who are looking for some offbeat metallic colours to add to their bridal attire. Walk down the aisle in this stunning gold lehenga with metallic accents. It will add an energising touch to your wardrobe and will be a feast for the eyes!
Pink & gold to bring out the softness in you
Gold is one colour that can go well with many colours, whether dark or light in hue. Here is another subtle combination for your wedding attire–a heavily embroidered gold skirt with sequins and shimmer, along with a matching sequined blouse. To add to its elegance is a contrasting pastel pink net chunni with the perfect gold zari border and small golden bootis all over the spread. Wear it with a statement gold and diamond necklace for the perfect bridal look.
Gold ensemble with a desi diva vibe
Here is a matte version of gold to add a contemporary appeal to your attire. The gold skirt has the sheer flare all covered with tiny gold Bootis and zari. The traditional high neck blouse gives a queen-like look. To add to the charm is a golden net chunni, with a heavy shimmery border, draped around like a saree. A crimson velvet side Odhni with gold Zardozi work further enhances the magic of the ensemble by adding a contrasting element.
A heavily embellished ensemble for the gorgeous bride
A wonderful combination of sage green and gold, this bridal set is an example of how you can mix modern aesthetic beauty and royal designs. The sage green and gold skirt paired with deep red dupattas are heavily embroidered to make it the perfect day wedding ensemble. The embroidery shows off the grandeur of gold and sequins with its intricate flowers, peacocks and leaf designs.
A velvety mustard-tinged gold skirt to mesmerise you
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Here is a perfect Sabyasachi creation for the bride–Velvety mustard-tinged golden lehenga set. This one is an awesome blend of the traditional Rajput style and contemporary designs that we see on the runway. The gold skirt is fully flared and has a double zari lace border with small zari flowers aesthetically placed all over it.
Match it with a gold blouse with zari bordered sleeves and a heavily embroidered dupatta in gold, and be the perfect royal bride!
A stunning glimmering attire in gold
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Amaze your guests with this bridal attire that includes a rust and gold lehenga. The highlight of this dress is the heavy floral embroidery work in golden threads on the skirt. The dense mesh of golden flowers and sequins adds a unique touch to the ensemble. Team it up with antique gold and ruby jewels for an ethnic yet modern look.
Bring the stars down to earth with this spangled gold skirt
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A marvellous creation, this bridal attire is all set to bring the stars down from the heavens above. The heavily flared gold skirt has a densely embroidered jaal of golden shimmer and floral thread work. The uniqueness of the skirt lies in the all-shimmer-and-shine look, which is enhanced by the contrasting pink sheer chunni.
Gold embellishment in all its simplicity & elegance
If you are someone who loves simpler designs, then this one is for you. An elegant A-line gold skirt with short gold choli and a golden net chunni will suit your persona perfectly! The lehenga has an all-over floral embellishment with golden thread work and sequins. This presents a minimal yet elegant look, and can be paired with chunky jewellery quite easily!
A heavily embroidered gold skirt in traditional Rajasthani style
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Another wonderful creation by Sabyasachi, this is a more traditional take on a gold lehenga set. It has intricate and heavy gold thread embroidery all over the flares of the skirt. However, what makes it stand out is the multi-layered high border, with each layer sporting a vintage design. The motifs and techniques used in the entire design speak of old-world Indian charm!
Rose & gold colour palette for a Vintage feel
These two colours, rose and gold, together make one think of the Victorian era. Explore this dramatically royal look with this rose and gold skirt that has a high embroidered border and floral thread embroidery covering the fabric. The zari borders on the skirt, the blouse sleeves and all around the pastel chunni add a bit more heft to the ensemble.
If you want to stand out, go the extra mile and pick a gorgeous gold ensemble for your D-day. Break the monochromacy of the all-gold look with stunning jewels made with rubies, emeralds or sapphires & truly own the show.
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