After an abbreviated but hopeful Spring 2021 Bridal Week, the Fall 2021 season returned in full-force-ish.
Due to the pandemic, instead of rushing all over New York City to see in-person shows and presentations, the event went virtual, with video presentations and Zoom appointments for much-appreciated social interaction. Perusing bridal dresses and separates never fails to bring the warm and fuzzies, but it’s also impossible to look to the upcoming wedding seasons without considering the unpredictability and uncertainty in the months ahead. Fittingly, the Fall 2021 offerings really do cover a wide spectrum of wedding celebrations and style preferences.
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Her bridal pictures make it look like she was getting married right after a Zoom meeting but entrepreneur Sanjana Rishi’s unprecedented vibes as she swapped a traditional lehenga with a pantsuit for her wedding, speaks volumes about how work from home norm has seeped into bridal fashion. Traditional attires at a Big Fat Indian Wedding are getting a spin this Covid-19 quarantine or so it seemed after the desi bride, Sanjana, ditched a 10-kilos heavy lehenga or saree to walk down the aisle in a pale-blue vintage pantsuit, which the Internet thinks is goals.
Taking to her Instagram handle, the shared some pictures that featured her in a never-before-seen look at an Indian wedding. Dishing out the perfect jugalbandi of a pale blue Gianfranco Ferré pantsuit teamed with a delicately embroidered veil patta, Sanjana kept some room for ethical upscaling as her wedding jewellery was put together by local artisans