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Each year comes with new trends, new designers, new decor styles, new playlists and new themes. We see couples experimenting with their wedding cards, outfits, food and even clothes. Remember how Deepika Padukone wore Sabyasachi’s Dil Guldasta Lehenga and it became the trending outfit amongst the brides? And with the popularity of Instagram, we can now save what we like instantly. Earlier we gave you some fashion inspiration from Instagram's viral brides. 

Today, we have brought some fashion trends that we spotted on Instagram and thought of sharing them with you all. Incorporate these exceptional things into your wedding. From lehengas to hairstyles, we got you covered! There are only a few weeks left until the year 2022 (apologies for this realisation). And if your wedding is in the next year, let’s start planning it together <3

9 Latest Trends That We Spotted On Instagram

1. Multi Hued Lehengas

Brides! When you can't decide on one colour for your wedding day, go for the colour riot. Add as many colours as you can add to your lehenga because why not? Be it Sabyasachi popular zig-zag lehenga or floral lehengas with lots of colours, here are the most popular multi-coloured lehengas trending right now! 

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2. Peacock Motifs on the Lehenga

Peacock motifs have been a part of various Indian things. Be it the architect or Diwali rangoli. While we were surfing on Instagram, we came across these motif on lehengas and could not wait to share this with you all. From minimal designs to extensive ones, you can take your inspiration from these brides. 

3. Small-Sized Nose Rings

Wearing a nath on the wedding day is not everybody's cup of tea and we truly understand that. How do brides even function with oversized nath rings? To save you up from this struggle, we have brought these gorgeous nose rings which can replace your heavy naths. These are small in size and definitely comfortable. 

4. Embellished Braids

If you have long hair and don't want to opt for bridal buns, these embellished braids are something that you will love. We handpicked these gorgeous head accessories for your Mehendi or sangeet function. Some of them have pearl detailings which you should not miss. 

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5. Plain Sarees With Border

Gone are the days when brides liked to wear heavy sarees with lots of embellishments and sequins. Modern brides need something lightweight and simple. We spotted many B'town celebs wearing plain sarees this Diwali. You can also opt for simpler sarees with a border. 

6. Gota Strings

Another thing that is trending on the Internet is this Gota String Hairstyle. One can assimilate the string in their bridal buns, braids and even open hairstyles. This gives a funky vibe to your outfit and makes you stand out from the crowd. Check out these brides who opted for this unique hairstyle in their functions. 

7. Dramatic Sleeves

The trend of voluminous sleeves is back and we are not complaining.   As you know, Victorian blouses from yesteryear are trending again and we love them. A little bit of drama in your sleeves won't hurt anyone. Look at these pretty blouse designs, which you can use for your 2022 wedding!

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8. Embroidered Sandals

Finalising your footwear can be a headache. Every bride's only aim is to have comfortable footwear. Many footwear brands have come up with various heels and flats with embroidery. These will bring a lot of comfort and beauty to your long days. 

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9. Fringe Detailing 

If you still haven't noticed these fringes in Sabyasachi's dupattas, you are not doing your research properly. These cute fringes are taking over bridal fashion. Recently, Guneet Grewal also wore a Lehenga with fringes in her engagement ceremony with singer Parmish Verma. Check out the other brides also who chose to wear a fringed dupatta.


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Latest Bridal Fashion Trends We Spotted on Instagram For 2022 Weddings

by Rashmi Jayara

Latest Bridal Fashion Trends We Spotted on Instagram For 2022 Weddings