Brimming you with the latest fashion trends is our guilty pleasure that we can never get enough of! After all, we love it when you all strut in sheer style, looking like legit patakhas, at shaadis. Keeping up with our saga of whipping out the best trends, here we introduce you to the oh-so-refreshing Summer Collection by the label Torani. The collection, titled Jhooley, is a gorgeous play of vivid colours entwined with the staple shaadi silhouettes. It comprises flowy outfits featuring prints of blooming flowers and juicy fruits that transcend you to a summer day amid nature. Must we add, it is just what you need to ace the bridesmaid fashion game at a day wedding function.
Without any further ado, let us take you through our favourite picks from Torani’s latest collection.
Torani's Latest Summer Collection
1. Lime Green Lehenga
Let us begin with the piece which has already stirred a storm on our feeds. Actress Madhuri Dixit recently donned this creation and made us go weak in the knees with her outfit. She wore Torani’s ‘Angoori Meher Paasa Set’ – a surreal green organza lehenga set replete with intricate white embroideries. Priced at Rs 290,000, this outfit is not only perfect for bridesmaids but even brides can it to their wedding wardrobes. Especially, if you on the lookout for fuss-free and minimal outfits.
The collection also has similar lehengas in turquoise and pink colours. If you look closely, there is also a subtle sprinkle of sequin-work entwined in embroidery. So Gorgeous!
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2. Jacket-Style Lehenga Set
Here is a voguish orange ensemble that’s ideal for a day mehendi or a haldi ceremony. While the choli features dainty contrasting dots, the lehenga features quirky prints of sunflowers, guavas, pomegranates, etc. However, the cynosure of the outfit is the jacket-style odhani and the tasseled belt.
The outfit is prices at Rs 70,000 excluding the belt.
3. Firoza Silk Organza Saree
This one is an ogle-worthy blend of shimmer and prints! The dual-toned blingy border makes this printed organza saree a great pick for wedding celebrations. This Torani saree will keep you at your comfort best while making sure it adds to the glitz of Indian weddings. This six yards of elegance is priced at Rs 120,000 sans the blouse on Torani's website.
4. Angoori Kaftaan
Got a day mehendi ceremony to attend at a lush open lawn or by the poolside? This eclectic kaftaan is exactly what you need to lay your eyes on, before making any purchase. Even brides can slip into this billowing silhouette while getting their hands adorned with the auspicious henna. Several designers including Torani have given this resort-wear staple a festive update. This winsome Torani creation is for Rs 45,000.
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5. Orange Chevron Saree
Here’s another head-turning saree from Torani’s coveted collection. This one is a simplistic orange organza saree with the most intricately sewn embellishments on the border. The contrasting chevron blouse elevates the look with its vivid hue and pattern. This saree from Torani is priced at Rs 128,000 sans the blouse.
6. Firoza Lehenga Set
Don’t we all already love turquoise for its peppy and vibrant appeal? It is one unfailing colour choice for bridesmaids. It works well for both day and night events. Torani’s latest collection has many outfits in this refreshing hue including this unconventional lehenga featuring an interesting pop of colourful florals on it. The lehenga set's cost is Rs 72,500.
7. Dual-Toned Gathered Saree
A fashionista bridesmaid never shies away from indulging in experimental ensembles. If you are one of them, you ought to check out uber-comfy saree with gathered pleats. This one is for Rs 45,000 as mentioned on the website.
8. Pink Printed Lehenga
You cannot say no to this pretty pink lehenga replete with the blooming prints of all-things-floral. This one is a comfy pick and doesn't cost a bomb. The entire set comprising the skirt, choli and the dupatta is priced for Rs 62,000.
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Torani's collection also features a handful of accessories like sling bags and potlis to go with the ensembles.
To Sum Up:
Torani's Jhooley collection is a beauteous riot of colours, teamed with flowy silhouettes, quirky prints and the most intricate embroidery. The outfits strike the right chord between comfortable and appealing. Even some of the printed outfits are amped up with a subtle dash of shimmer work. The ensembles, undeniably, are perfect for bridesmaids. But even brides with an unconventional fashion taste can pick something from this collection for their wedding wardrobe.
Which outfit did you like the most? Don't forget to tell us in the comments.