Summer-Melon Flared-Palazzo Salwar Kameez Suit with Zari-Woven Florals and Motifs
This one is a distinctively bridal number. The three-piece Indian salwar-kameez is as revered of a wedding-wear tradition as sarees and lehengas, thanks to the influence of the foreign, northwestern cultures. And it is not simply about the unputdownable colour palette of gold, enhanced by the sheen of the silk fabric, and ultra-feminine peach bordering on pink. The sheer proportion of bling that graces this dress makes this fit to be spotted at a wedding.
Also, the floral motif is an undying bridal statement. Zoom in on the kameez to truly appreciate the intricacy of the embroidery, which is done with zari (gold thread), a style of embroidery that defines traditional Indian fashion. Similar sequined motifs in gold grace the translucent peachy pink dupatta, which matches the hemline of the kameez. The super-flared style of salwar that completes this dress, popularly called the sharara, is what makes this an unusual wedding dress.