When you are in a foreign land and planning for your wedding but wish to deck up in traditional Indian bridal trousseaus on your wedding day, you can check out some of our listed brands catering to the NRI community globally. These brands bode so well with brides living overseas that you would not miss an Indian designer boutique closer to home back in India. With the opening of the western world, weddings are becoming a part of the fabric of day-to-day life again. Exploring this opportunity, some Indian brands are marking their footsteps with their exciting bridal collection globally. Take a look at these brands.
Jade by Monica and Karishma
Jade, a by-appointment-only boutique, comes on the heels of their 12th anniversary and a store launch in DLF Emporio, Delhi, has been designing and creating bridal trousseaus with a story in the US for a long time. Its bridal collection includes ‘Alekhya’, ‘La Muse Mystique’ and ‘Shubhra’, adding contemporary and traditional aesthetics to the look. Inspired by heirloom silver, Shubhra carries a soft ethereal silvery sheen that’s equally elegant and glamorous. Jade uses traditional techniques such as Kasab and EK Taar in modern ways to create timeless ensembles. This brand mainly focuses on comfort, versatility, and sustainability so that bridal ensembles can be re-worn.
Located in New Jersey, Khajana Boutique is an Indian Bridal shop and a treasure trove for Indian fashion that meets one’s urge to get ready for occasions. Its name‘Khajana’, which means treasure in Gujarati, perfectly reflects its craftmanship. The boutique has been serving the NRI community in America for over two decades and is best known for its one-of-a-kind pieces in India and the US.
Pleats and Petals
Founded on the principle to offer a better way to outfit a wedding, Pleats and Petals creates a Pinterest-worthy wedding with matching bridal party outfits. Pleats and Petals aims to provide a more accessible yet customised shopping experience with its sharp cut, colour, and complimenting details. Pick a stylist and dump all the work on him. You just wait till the wedding party that is dressed in beautifully coordinated outfits gets started.