White (and Off-White) Denim Shorts Destined to Become Seasonal Staples

White (and Off-White) Denim Shorts Destined to Become Seasonal Staples

There’s no question that denim shorts are summer essentials. Whether you prefer cutoffs, distressed pairs or Bermudas, all the silhouettes naturally suit the season. But this year we’re mixing things up. How? By favoring white denim shorts.Thankfully, there are lots to choose from. Just to be clear, “white” also means “off-white.” So anything labeled ecru, ivory, cream and even beige is acceptable. FYI: They all count as neutrals. Which opens up the field a bit. Although it’s important to keep in mind that those white shorts may not look as bright IRL as they do on your screen. The reverse may also be true.Like their classic blue denim cousins, these starker takes come in many forms. If you’re still willing to ride out the Miu Miu-backed micro trend, you can go the short shorts route. Baggy jeans more your (current) style? Pick up more loose-fitting versions.Prices can certainly vary. There actually are a few designer options. Think Valentino and Isabel Marant. Of course, you don’t have to drop designer dollars. You can score some stellar pairs for under $40. That way you can wear a different one every single day of the week.Keep reading to see the coolest white denim shorts of the season. Lisa Says Gah Evan Short in White/Tulips, $118.50 at Lisa Says Gah Zara High Rise Shorts in White, $39.90 at Zara Mango Straight Denim Shorts in White, $45.99 at Mango Diesel Denim Short Shorts, $96 at Farfetch AGOLDE Criss Cross Asymmetric Denim Shorts, $221 at mytheresa.com COS Relaxed-Fit Denim Shorts in Off-White, $69 at COS Isabel Marant Naesqui Denim Shorts, $179 at Intermix Reformation High-Rise Denim Shorts, $109 at Farfetch Zara Mom Fit Denim Shorts in Ecru, $35.90 at Zara R13 Marky Drop Shorts, $395 at Shopbop Zara Buttoned Paperbag Baggy Denim Shorts in White, $39.90 at Zara Madewell The Perfect Jean Short in Vintage Canvas Wash, $39.99 at Madewell

Why You Should Show Your Stripes This Summer (and Straight Through Fall)

Why You Should Show Your Stripes This Summer (and Straight Through Fall)

Technically, stripes are always in fashion. But it’s summer when those lines offer the biggest oomph. Of course, not all stripes are created equal. Whether it comes down to width, color or pattern. (We’re actually pretty flexible when it’s warm out.) So we rounded up the best pieces to flaunt summer stripes in style.We’re so obsessed that we’re embracing all amounts. From a pair designed to make a statement to all-over prints, everything’s on the table. You should also make room in your summer wardrobe for both the horizontal and vertical varieties. Another must? Vibrant colors. You can still favor nautical takes or pinstripes, but now’s the time to go bright and bold.Matching sets are pretty popular. But if you don’t feel like rocking stripes all over, feel free to break up the sets. Or sport a striped dress with dad sandals. You can also pair a button-down with cutoffs. Tunics and pants make great cover-ups. Go ahead and keep these pieces in your lineup come fall. All it takes is a little layering expertise. Which our regular readers have in spades by now.Ready for an upgrade? Here are our favorite ways to show your summer stripes, even through fall. Altuzarra Irini Embellished Striped Crepe Shirt, $597.50 at Net-a-Porter J.Crew Twist-Back Midi Dress in Stripe, $222.99 at J.Crew Loewe Paula’s Ibiza Striped Linen and Cotton Shorts, $414 at mytheresa.com The Frankie Shop Karina Cropped T-Shirt in Turquoise/Bright Orange, $75 at The Frankie Shop Mango Striped Denim Miniskirt, $39.99 at Mango Staud Celestine Wrap-Effect Striped Linen Maxi Dress, $325 at Net-a-Porter Anna Quan Pink & Blue Halter Tanesha Dress, $221 at SSENSE Jacquemus La Jupe Gelato Striped Midi Skirt, $413 at mytheresa.com Mango Multi-Color Striped Shirt, $29.99 at Mango Solid & Striped The Talia Belted Striped Cotton-Blend Shorts, $75.20 at Net-a-Porter Marni Gradient Striped Shirt, $650 at Farfetch Rowen Rose + Net Sustain Striped Ribbed Organic Cotton Flared Pants, $345 at Net-a-Porter COS A-Line Striped Cami Top, $99 at COS Mango Flowy Striped Dress, $59.99 at Mango Dries Van Noten Pink & Black Len Lye Edition Gabardine Shorts, $114 at SSENSE Eloquii Elements Halter Neck Top, $9.97 at Eloquii Johanna Ortiz + Net Sustain Midtown Lunch Date Embroidered Striped Organic Cotton Midi Dress, $435 at Net-a-Porter

How to Wear the Bubble Dress: Impress by Styling this Comeback Trend!

How to Wear the Bubble Dress: Impress by Styling this Comeback Trend!

It was so bad it had to turn good.
We have had our fair share of liking and disliking the y2k era. With Gen Z going head over heels for ultra pink barbie heels and tracksuits, and millennials throwing up over it (metaphorically, of course), most fashion trends have had flip sides of a coin. No wonder the early 2000s were a true time of dilemma for the fashion industry. 
Call it a relief or a dismay, a rather ‘good enough to forget’ fashion trend of the 00s has risen. The bubble dress, like the name suggests, is a dress with a bubble-shaped silhouette, and while it will suit people with a sense of humor and a bubbly personality, it is embracing almost every spectrum of the fashion industry. Thus, its comeback calls for a recap of this newfound trend cycle.
What is a Bubble Dress?
Characterized by a voluminous skirt, the hemline of the dress is folded back and stitched to create a poofy effect, thus the term. The most common pairing of a bubble hemline is with a bustier, so as to draw attention to the bubble part of the dress. Usually resting above the knees or mid-thigh, it is mostly draped as a mini dress.

cute Bubble DressGallery of Bubble DressesEnough to pop your bubbles, bubble dresses have been a fashion term long before than it rose as a trend. Earliest versions of the bubble dresses were created in the mid 1950s by Pierre Cardin, an italian-french fashion designer. The silhouette then was heavily inspired by the basic shape of a circle, renditions of which are taken quite literally by students of Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion. 
A Classy Comeback of the Bubble Dress
On the high-fashion runway, Louis Vuitton and Milly Bobby Brown had quite a few bubble-inspired creations for the year. Nicholas Ghesquière especially kept it strictly to imitate a peplum hemline, not letting go of the ‘bounce’ factor in his ensembles. 
Notable singer Celine Dion, who has probably seen the dress back in its acme, wore a fresh version of the bubble dress, deliberately highlighting herself for the paparazzi. So, if celebrities are promoting the bubble dress, it begs the question of why it sparks a debate within fashion communities time and again.
Why is the Bubble Dress Hated by Many?
Without beating around the bush, the basic reason netizens have collectively decided to hate on the bubble dress is simply because of how ‘ugly’ it looks.
Well, let me break it to you, THEY ARE WRONG!
We all had a time of hating a piece so much that led to a catapult in its popularity, and bubble dresses are no exception. At its zenith, it was popularized by being the ideal dress for an ‘apple body type’, and we know that such notions are done and dusted in today’s fashion scene, it does not account to past trends being so too. Think hobble skirts, mini bowler hats or patterned tights of the 60s, anyone would die to put it in an editorial of today, bar none. 
With bubble dresses, Apple Body Types have been told to cover up their stomach regions to essentially hide the unwanted fat, and because of the poofy silhouette of the bubble dress, it triumphed to make them look as per the beauty standards.
The current definition of a bubble dress has been shifted from just being the hemline, to being the complete ensemble. Back in ‘09, Gaga wore a fresh rendition of the bubble dress made by Hussein Chalayan, a British fashion designer. 
Before you roll your eyes and just skip to the styling part, have a look at the newest versions of the bubble dress! More recently, Chirstopher Esber Resort 2023 had some looks that were inspired from the hemline of the bubble. Juxtaposing it with structural and pipe detailing, the flow with the standalone parts of each look was mesmerizing to behold.
The Vanilla Issue also featured an interpretation created out of party balloons, ‘sewing’ the dress on the model itself. Marc Jacobs Fall 2022 also had maxi dresses in pastels on the runway.

via christopher_esbervia ladygagatussaudsStyling Guides for the Bubble Dress
Bubble Dresses: A Style for Each Kind
Whether you are an apple shaped or pear shaped body, it’s best to leave these fruit-objectifying methods to the past. Here are the best ways to flaunt the dress for what it is – a confidence boost! A bubble dress can be tricky to style, but if done right, you can be the star of the show.
Wide Belt Beauty
Piggybacking over the bustier pairing of a bubble dress, the corsets and wide belts of today can achieve the same look adding an oomph factor to it. Not only does this silhouette accentuates your bust area, it also adds a balance with a fuller bottom, all the while leaving room for necklaces and jewelry to emphasize your collar bones. All in one, am I right?
When paired right, bubble dresses can look cute as hell! The dress worn by Soudersam brings in the perfect blend of the 1950s with the classic v-neckline and complimentary puff-sleeves. If you own a pair of such a silhouette, make it the statement by pairing it with ankle or knee-length boots to give a refined, edgy touch. Perfect for Disneyland or a daytime brunch!
via trish.stitchvia soudersamMaxi Bubble Styles
Like any other maxi dress, a bubble maxi works best with a small clutch or a sling with a pair of pencil heels, wedges or block heels. If you really wish to invest in a bubble dress, take a pick which inclines towards the opulent side. Luxurious and ball-gown era must shine through your ensemble. Otherwise, it may end up looking like a halloween costume. 
Maxi styles of bubble dresses are perfect for dinner ‘n dance events, housewarming of a fairly wealthy network that you probably have, or simply, perfect for you if you’re the wedding guest. Purple, mint and emerald greens work best with a fabric of velvet or satin in these dresses to add the luxe appeal.
via hoanganhkhoiPlayful Prints
We cannot talk about the 1950s without the playful prints giving off the vacation and beach sensations. Surprisingly, today these playful prints work well with scrunchies, shell necklaces and the complete vsco girl aesthetic. Bonus if the prints show sandcastles and flamingo pool tubes.
Floral prints also work great for a day when you’re just getting ready to have fun with your best friends! You cannot eliminate the fun factor of a bubble dress, and the best way to rock in it is to embrace it. If it is a bold print, go for simple jewelry and wedges. If the print is small, you have room to experiment with statement jewelry and heels. 
via alohamarinaPrime Pastels OR Bright Beauties?
Highlight these night-time party wears with dainty jewelry to touch up on your feminine side. Whether the fabric is bold in color or a pretty pastel, statement dresses are never going out of style. So, ditch the tried and tested LBD with a cool and experimental bounce of these bubbly ones.
via chierielane_via shoppurplepoodleA Part Poise: Accentuating the Bubbly Parts
We agree, dressing up a ‘dress’ is far easier than coming up with pairings of top and bottom wear. However, if you feel like you struggle with the voluminous parts of your pajamas and tops, thinking ‘What in the baloney is this?’, we got you covered. Here is how to style those balloon-wide pants, sleeves and skirts without looking like a clown:
Pumped for Work! The Bubble Top
Here’s one for the #bossgirls. You will style a bubble top similar to how you would a peplum one. Go for a bubble top with a bustier upper half for your work day ensembles. Pair with a preferably cropped blazer to accentuate the bubble part, with the bottom being straight fit or flared pants and a heel of your choice. 
Additional tip: Try to keep the color of your blazer and pants the same, you can try co-ords to work with your bubble top. In the summers, opt for a top that has an accentuated bubble part (like a puffed sleeve or shoulder stitch), which you can find how to style in the section below.
Bubble Sleeves
Call them the batwing, puffed, or balloon sleeves, these puffers come in various designs, thanks to the room for experimentation while garment construction of sleeves. Most bubble sleeves are meant to hold the stare and be the statement of your outfit.
No loose bracelets! If you wish to accessorize the sleeves which are bulky near to the wrist, it is best to go for wristwatches or sturdy bangles. The balance of sturdy and loose ensures that both the items compliment each other in this ensemble, highlighting each detail. 
via hijabi_spotFrequently Asked Questions

Is puffball and bubble dress the same?

Yes, the name puffball came as an alternative to the bubble skirt when Yves Saint Laurent designed it under the apprenticeship of Christian Dior. The term puffball was also used by Balenciaga later on.

Can I style a peplum with a bubble hemline?

The two hemlines which flare out may not work the best. Opt for a balance between keeping it slim and showing a bit of flare. Think a peplum top with skinny jeans, or a bubble dress with tight boots. 

Should I wear a bubble dress if I am thin?

Absolutely! If you feel confident in a bubble dress, go for it. As per your body type too, you can style a bubble dress to essentially give yourself ‘more volume’, if that is the look you’re going for.

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Polka Dots Were Spotted on Bella Hadid, Now We’re Buying the Pattern in Bulk

Polka Dots Were Spotted on Bella Hadid, Now We’re Buying the Pattern in Bulk

Bella Hadid pulling off polka dots in style; Image: Jacopo M. Raule/Getty Images For BalenciagaBella Hadid has a reputation for blazing her own trail off the runway. Her outfit choices are always noteworthy, whether she’s running errands or attending a fashion week shindig. So when the model went to a Balenciaga dinner during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week Fall 2022, we took notice. Naturally she was decked out in the famous fashion house favoring statement-making polka dot pieces, including a jacquard shirt worn off the shoulder and matching flowing pants.Now all we can think about is replicating the look. Although we’re swapping the pants for shorts because heat wave. We’re also setting our sights on all variations of the classic pattern. Good thing there are lots of options. From a fancy take on a slip dress to a flossed midi skirt and even matching sets, there’s something for every day of the week.Traditionally, the darling dots come in black and white. But we’re not limiting ourselves to two colors. Red, blue, beige and an orangish brown are great alternatives. The size of the dots also varies. Embrace larger circumferences to make a big impression. Or go smaller for a subtler approach. Feel free to mix and match from top to bottom.Scroll down to see the best polka dot pieces to sport this season. You can even rock them straight through fall. Balenciaga Polka-Dot Jacquard Shirt ($1,450) and Polka-Dot Shorts ($850) at mytheresa.com H&M Flounce-Trimmed Dress, $17.84 at H&M Boutique Moschino Polka-Dot Belted Tank Top, $238 at Farfetch Mango Polka Dots Midi Skirt, $59.99 at Mango Alexandra Miro Emma Polka-Dot Chiffon Playsuit, $360 at mytheresa.com Khaite Mista Polka-Dot Silk Top, $924 at Farfetch Self-Portrait White Crinkle Chiffon Dot Mini Dress, $555 at Self-Portrait Zara Rose Polka Dot Top, $39.90 at Zara Mango Polka-Dot Print Jumpsuit, $69.99 at Mango Carolina Herrera Polka-Dot Stretch-Cotton Crop Top, $570 at mytheresa.com MM6 Maison Margiela Grey & White Fluid Scarf Back Tank Top, $142 at SSENSE Mango Sheer Polka-Dot Blouse, $59.99 at Mango

The Hands-Down Best Hiking Clothes for Women

The Hands-Down Best Hiking Clothes for Women

When it comes to spending time in the great outdoors, I’m always looking to strike a balance between function, fashion, and comfort. When an item has all three aspects covered, I know I’ve found a winner.
I’ve spent most of my life hiking outdoors and have finally found a recipe I can rely on for the best hiking clothes. The following are my favorites, prioritizing green companies that care about the environment as well as items that stand the test of time:
Best Sports Bras for Hiking

Just like regular bras, it’s best to try them on to determine if it will fit you well. I personally find the sports bras from Under Armour and lululemon to fit me the best. Bras that are supportive and moisture-wicking are the way to go. The Barely Bra from Patagonia is soft, lightweight and wicks moisture so you don’t have to deal with annoying underboob sweat.
The type of bra you go for probably depends on your body type, so choose something that you know will be comfortable for you. There’s almost nothing more uncomfortable than wearing a bra that is too tight or too loose, so try out your new hiking bra for a couple days before you bring it on a trip to make sure you definitely want to wear it for days on end.
Best Tops For Hiking
Tank tops are great for hiking in tropical climates, or as your base layer for hiking in moderate weather.
Cotton can take a while to dry, so they should be made of moisture-wicking material like polyester. My favorites are the kind with low sides for ventilation, because they make it so much easier to stay cool:

Another great pick, this tank comes in 4 colors, has sun protection and is moisture-wicking:

If the weather is slightly chilly, but not cold enough for thermal shirts, I like these breezy long sleeve shirts that offer sun protection. You can layer one of these under a jacket or vest if the temperature drops, too:

Thermal Shirts

If you are hiking in cold weather, the base layer insulation is essential in not only providing the foundational warmth, but also in making sure that your body stays dry. I love merino wool thermal shirts, and these are my favorites for when hiking in cold weather:
Helly Hansen Lifa Merino crew top (available in multiple colors, which is always a plus to me!)
For my mid-layer insulation when hiking in cold weather, I opt for fleece or wool pullovers. You want something comfortable that keeps you warm minus the weight. I love merino wool for that, as well as Patagonia’s thermals:

I live in my leggings. Some people opt for shorts when they hike, but I much prefer keeping my legs out of the sun (no thank you to hiking tan lines!) and opt for different thicknesses depending on the weather. There’s no hike, except for in extreme cold, that I’ve done without leggings as my pants.
For moderate to warm climates, I prefer something comfy and stretchy. I am in love with the Athleta Elation Crossover Rib 7/8 Leggings, which are perfect for spring, summer, and fall hikes. The new crossover waistband trend is actually more functional than you’d think, serving even more comfort on top of the cute and flattering look.

If it’s particularly cold, I prefer these thick North Face leggings that are specifically for hiking.
Or if I just want to be super comfy doing a casual hike near home, I proudly rock these sweatpants, which come in 4 cute colors.

I resisted vests for a long time although I loved the way they looked. I’d assumed they wouldn’t keep me warm since they lack sleeves, but I was wrong! They’re the perfect splash of color while adding in much needed heat without making it excessive. They’re great for moderate climates.
For cold weather:

For moderate weather:


Jackets will really depend on what kind of climate you can expect. I always bring something waterproof and windproof, like a thin layer, as well as a warm base if I’m hiking somewhere that could get cold.
For colder climates, bring your ski jacket if you have one! I love my ski jacket from The North Face, but have also purchased a couple other brands to test them out. These are my favorites:
The North Face Arrowood Triclimate Hooded 3-In-1 Jacket
Obermeyer Tuscany II Insulated Jacket
For moderate weather, I like these options:
Patagonia Calcite Jacket (a goretex rain shell that is also perfect for wind without being too thick)
Finally, hiking in warm weather does not mean you should leave your jacket at home. There may be rain, strong wind, and if you are doing a multi-day hike, the mountain gets cold at night. When hiking in tropical climates, I like to bring a breathable rain jacket or windbreaker, and a fleece jacket for the night:

Thermal Pants

Sometimes, it’s too cold to opt for just leggings. When I’m showshoeing or in snowy weather, I opt for these cold weather thermal leggings underneath snow pants or ski pants:

Hiking Pants
I always hike in leggings! My favorite are lululemon and these stylish pairs I designed myself. They are just so much more comfortable than pants. However, if I am entering the jungle, I put these hiking pants on:

Hiking Boots
I like the Montara boot for all of my hiking trips, but if you want something with a bit more style, Blundstones would work well, too:
Ahnu Montara eVent III Hiking Boots
For hiking in tropical climates, I tend to just wear my usual running shoes.
Camp Shoes
If you are on a multi-day hike, your toes will want to be able to breathe at some point. Many hikers swear by Crocs, but I just can’t bring myself to buy them (sorry not sorry!), so I opt for these cool KEENs:

Hiking Gloves
Sometimes you’ll be on a rainy trail, or will experience cold, and you’ll want gloves to keep you warm. Make sure your gloves are waterproof and insulated:

I hope this helped you find some functional but also stylish hiking clothes. After trying all kinds of cheapies, I can confidently say that gear that will last forever, and is often made with recycled materials by greener companies, is way better in the long run. So pick your favorite colors, opt for something that pops, and enjoy the adventure!

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What does Deepika Padukone pack in her bag?

What does Deepika Padukone pack in her bag?

As a seasoned flyer, there are a few essentials the actor with a 66.4 million-strong Instagram following swears by. Quirky gadgets she’s bought online—“This guy here became my best friend in the pandemic,” she says demonstrating a compact phone stand for impromptu Zoom calls. Also on the travel checklist are a face mist to rehydrate her skin after transatlantic flights, an adapter that works in every country (“With this I can survive anything”), and sunglasses to cover up any tiredness or “to glam up a look.”Not many know, but Padukone’s mother was a travel agent. The holy grail of any seasoned traveller? Collecting airline miles, a hack she learned early on in her career from her mum. “My airline cards are more important than my credit cards,” she declares as she picks out a Louis Vuitton card wallet that inhabits the 36-year-old actor’s multiple self-laminated airline cards.Among the silk hair ties— “that feeling when you can’t find a scrunchie is something every woman can relate to! So I always make sure I have one in my bag”—, orange blossom perfume, tortoise shell sunglasses, mouth freshner, is an essential kit packed to perfection. Its contents? “Medicines, a pen to clean stains, alka seltzer, safety pins, band-aids,” she counts down all the quick-fixes neatly curated and filed away in her bag. “Does anyone want anything?” Padukone asks the crew. Personally, we would like a crash course in fitting our entire world in our bags the way Deepika Padukone does in hers. It’s a lifelong skill.Press play to find out what else Deepika Padukone keeps in her bag on the daily, for Vogue’s ‘In the Bag’.Director: Benjamin WhitleyStyled by Head of Editorial Content, Vogue India: Megha Kapoor Barcelona Production: Motif Management ; Nuria Bosch, Anna CastroCamera Operators: Ednaldo Ferreira , Nicolas ClausenSound Operator: Borja BarreraAssistant Stylist: Gisela Castells and Rupangi Grover Makeup: Tina Monzon /Kasteel Management for Guerlain Hair: Noelia Corral / Kasteel Management Editor: Darnell Depradine Head of Video, International: Ezzie Chidi-Ofong Video Team: Leandra Behrens , Darnell Depradine, Carmen Gaggero, Francesca Hartley, Nikki Hopkins , Tom Sandford , Benjamin WhitleyAlso Read: Deepika Padukone: “My South Indian accent was frowned upon and I worried about being written off because of it”This just in: Deepika Padukone is the first Indian to become a Louis Vuitton House Ambassador

Making a Case for Crochet This Summer

Making a Case for Crochet This Summer

When someone says the word crochet, most of us think of afghans. But nowadays the term covers everything from clothes to bags and even workout apparel. That’s because the fashion world has collectively decided that crochet clothing is in style.The movement began when Altuzarra, Carolina Herrera, Missoni and Ulla Johnson offered cool crochet clothing as integral parts of their Spring 2019 collections. And the trend wasn’t a one-season wonder. For Spring 2020, Kate Spade New York, Giambattista Valli, Fendi, Jil Sander and more joined the revival. Crochet is still going strong with many designers going all in this season.Now our favorite online retailers are stocked with stellar options. But don’t dismiss these knits strictly based on their see-through nature. Many modern crochet items provide more than enough coverage. And for those pieces that require showing some skin, look at it as another opportunity to hone your warm weather layering skills.You have your fast-fashion options in case you’re on a bit of a budget. Surprisingly, many of them look like they could be straight off some runway. So there’s no need to break the bank.From cropped tops to midi skirts to delicate dresses, these are the must-have crochet items of the season. Sea Hayden Crocheted Wool-Blend Shorts, $385 at Net-a-Porter Zara Open Back Crochet Knit Dress, $49.90 at Zara Isa Boulder Blue Nylon Vest, $585 at SSENSE ROTATE Birger Christensen Nola Cotton-Blend Crochet Pants, $220 at mytheresa.com Mango Crochet Crop Top, $49.99 at Mango Tach Clothing Gloria Crochet Shorts in Lilac & Orange, $253 at Tach Clothing Zara Floral Crochet Knit Skirt, $69.90 at Zara Free People Rosarita Crochet Top in Ivory, $148 at Free People Zara Crochet Straight Skirt, $69.90 at Zara Staud Patrizia Dress in Wallflower, $345 at Staud Mango Cotton Crochet Top, $59.99 at Mango Savannah Morrow Tiva Cutout Crocheted Cotton Maxi Dress, $580 at Moda Operandi Zara Floral Crochet Knit Top, $49.90 at Zara

15 Brides Slaying in Chevron Lehengas

15 Brides Slaying in Chevron Lehengas

One print that has left us awestruck time and again is chevron. And we are all set to give some inspiration to all brides-to-be to rock this super chic pattern at their wedding events. It has a heavy aesthetic appeal and blends seamlessly with all kinds of colors and fabrics. So, here are some brides who took the ‘zig-zag’ way to create bridal fashion statements.

Sonam Kapoor is someone who has always been a leader of fashion trends and her wedding outfits had only bettered her reputation as one. For her reception, she had gracefully carried a shimmery chevron lehenga in an exotic palette of off-white and cedar, bringing the pattern into the limelight.

Bengali beauty Mouni Roy had recently donned this vibrant chevron lehenga in the playful candy colors of pink and red. Her minimalistically accessorized look makes her lehenga look absolutely spirited.

This pretty chevron lehenga made in the sunniest of shades will make a perfect Haldi outfit for any bride. Pair it with a stylish blouse and get loads of pictures clicked in the delightful outfit.

This multi-colored Sabyasachi lehenga makes a bride look nothing less than a dream. With the most beautiful of hues, delicate embroidery, and a brisk blouse to be paired with, this lehenga is giving us major bridal outfit goals.

Another celebrity who aced the chevron lehenga look is Sagarika Ghatge. Though the ‘zig-zag’ is quite obvious in her lehenga, it is quite there amidst the elegant design. With such a refreshing color and a delectable shine, this lehenga is one of our favorites.

Here is an adorable lehenga in pleasing shades of pink and purple. The hues and the stellar design of this piece certainly makes the bride look like a Disney princess.

This yellow and gold lehenga along with its sleek and classy blouse makes a great bridal wear for cocktail and sangeet nights.
Source: Artfoto Studios
Do you know a bride-to-be who has not decided on her mehendi outfit? If yes, then suggest this gorgeous orange and pink chevron lehenga to her and she’ll be sorted.

Red has been a staple for desi dulhaniyas and makes this chevron-patterned lehenga a no-brainer for all those who wish for a simple yet stylish bridal look.

Multi-colored lehenga sets are swiftly becoming a part of bridal fashion trends. This one with broad strips of sprightly colors with just the right amount of gold will be a big hit for daylight events.
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Get your twirling-in-motion clicks right with this super chic chevron lehenga. The outfit’s crisp color combination, sober cut, and light-weightedness makes it a great pick. (Related Reads: 10 ways to embrace dopamine dressing in wedding celebrations)
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Make your fairytale come true with this whimsical lilac lehenga embellished with dainty pastel butterflies and a charming chevron border.

Next, we have another multi-colored lehenga with a peppy pink dominating the outfit. Amp up your haldi and mehendi look with this sweet and spicy fit.

Just a look at this lovely pastel-toned lehenga made us fall for it. The gleaming blouse and chevron lines simply add to its suaveness.
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Ask us for a unique suggestion for your big day and we’ll show you this dazzling silver lehenga. We love the way the peplum top covers the chevron lehenga that seems to be painted with moonlight.