Lush Bridal Salwar Suits for Your Wedding Party

Enhance your bridal wardrobe with these exquisite fairytale style salwar suits. Understated elegance meets high glamour in this breathtaking collection of ethnic fashion.

Lush Bridal Salwar Suits for Your Wedding Party

Eastern chic meets a modern cut in this glamorous salwar suit

The elegant dress and trouser combination of salwar suits may have picked up in western fashion, but it is most certainly an eastern find.

With delicate embroidery and intricate detailing, salwar suits have become a must-have fashion piece for the elegant Desi woman.

Adapted and designed to suit almost any occasion, these sparkling salwar suits are truly enchanting.

Created as formal gowns with the addition of smart trousers or salwar, they offer a comfortable substitute for Desi brides-to-be at any wedding party.

Take a look at these breathtaking fairytale creations from the Monark Salwar Suit collection.

With full skirts incorporating slits to offer a glimpse of the tailored pencil-style trousers underneath, they dazzle with glittering detail and enchanting colours.

This golden salwar suit ensemble gives us major princess vibes.

The painstaking embroidery detail that covers the full body of the kameez dress including net sleeves is exquisite.

The Australian silk which makes up the body of the outfit, in addition to the net offer an ethereal feel, and we can imagine ourselves twirling and dancing in this stunning outfit to our heart’s content.

The embroidered net of the skirt base also features an elegant gold border. The same which can also be found on the sleeves.

Match the outfit with heavy pearl drop earrings and a chignon bun.

Gold is not the only thing that glitters! This luxurious grey salwar suit sparkles with silver spots.

We particularly love the panel effect of the skirt, which offers a flattering silhouette.

The embroidered belt across the waist breaks up the monotony of the spot pattern and complements the heavy border detail that appears towards the bottom of the kameez dress.

The same intricate design also appears at the end of the netted sleeves. The effect is an elegant touch to the semi-transparent fabric.

Completing the look is a wide grey silk border at the bottom of the kameez dress and a plain net dupatta.

Equally beautiful is this red and white ensemble. The gown itself is a mix of silk, net and white lace.

On top of the fitted fabric is a flourish of red roses with green leaves. The roses feature from the top of the gown to the bottom where it is met with the net-lace overlay and an ombre red skirt beneath.

The bandeau style of blouse and covering net gives the illusion of a lehenga, particularly from the back, where there is no embroidery found on the skirt.

Eastern chic meets a modern cut in this glamorous salwar suit.

The royal blue off-the-shoulder style dress features elegant silver detailing above the waist, the round neckline, and across the sleeves.

The pattern continues to the base of the skirt which slits open to reveal pencil trousers featuring the same detailing across the shins.

The leaf embroidery flatters the figure, giving the illusion of a cinched waist. Pair the outfit with your most fashionable heels.

Next is this pale apple green dress with wonderful goldwork.

The gold thread work features across the full breadth of the blouse and down the waist. It culminates in extraordinary detail at the base of the dress, while the skirt features symmetric teardrop designs.

The net sleeves also feature the same intricate detailing, giving an overall look of show-stopping splendour. To accessorise opt for Indian gold jewellery to add to the grandeur of this ensemble.

Sharing similarities with the royal blue design is this sultry black dress.

Featuring full silver embroidery across the blouse, sleeves and the front of the skirt, the reverse is plain, giving the salwar suit a modern, sophisticated touch.

The illusion heart-shaped blouse overlaid with net aids in accentuating the curves around the waist. While the floral silver embroidery offers a traditional Desi look.

For those hoping to make a lasting impression with their dress detail, cast your eyes on yellow-gold beauty.

The pale yellow dress with golden blouse is breathtaking. Featuring intricate floral embroidery in green and pink from head to toe, this dress is certainly a head-turner.

The traditional Desi-style embroidery is stunning on the front of the blouse. While the net skirt is fully decorated with delicate flowers.

Pair with gold accessories and shiny gold heels to complete this fabulous look.

Understated elegance exudes from this silky cream salwar suit. The high-rise collar features exquisite diamante detailing and forest green leaf embroidery.

While for the most part, the kameez of the dress remains plain, more leaf detailing appears across the skirt and at the edge of the sleeves.

A mix of green, bronze and gold contrast elegantly against the cream of the dress.

The base of the skirt also features an intricately embroidered border with hints of red, green and gold.

Pretty in pink is this salwar suit dress with white lace-effect details around the waistcoat-style blouse and the base of the skirt.

We especially adore the stark contrast between the bubblegum pink of the blouse and the skirt against the white embroidery.

Also across the blouse and the base of the skirt are stunning rose blooms. They are delicately threaded into the net fabric. The rose-gold of the blouse also matches the underskirt of the dress, completing the final look.

Cast your gaze on the soft pleats and elegant detailing of these exquisite salwar suits.

With enough fairytale glamour to suit the most particular Desi bride, these salwar suits promise to be a breathtaking addition to your wedding party wardrobe.

Nazhat is an ambitious 'Desi' woman with interests in news and lifestyle. As a writer with a determined journalistic flair, she firmly believes in the motto "an investment in knowledge pays the best interest," by Benjamin Franklin.

Images courtesy of KeKee Impex (India)

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