Marking their presence in the bridal fashion scene for a long time now, the gorgeous trains and long veils are one of the most favored and perfect forms of extended silhouettes in bridal outfits. Of all the experimental bridal outfit trends that we spotted in 2018, one trend that bloomed steadily and we're majorly crushing on was the infusion of extensively long trains and veils.
The beauty of the veils & hems extending long enough to be trailing behind while the brides walk down the aisle is unparalleled. They flood the brides with those breathtakingly princess feels further adding to their scintillating auras. The trend raged so much that even our beloved B-town brides made sure to have their wedding outfits drenched in the beauteous charm of trains and veils.
Veils add two folds of elegance to even the simplest of your gowns and are perfect for them princess-y feels. Bollywood diva, Deepika Padukone slipped into a glamorous Zuhair Murad custom couture red gown that had an extremely long (though detachable) asymmetrical train and a matching veil for her Bollywood reception. She was a sight to behold!
Taking the train game a notch above was Priyanka Chopra who had a freakin' 75ft long veil train for her Ralph Lauren wedding gown and left us all at a short of words. Her wedding dress with royal length train was the talk of the town, really!
More real brides who chose to add an extra oomph to their sangeet gowns with trains and veils.
What seemed to be specifically an aesthetic part of a white wedding gown has paved its way into Indian bridal lehengas as well for that matter. Be it train lehenga skirts or the unusually long dupattas, brides have been donning it with absolute grace.
Global domination and now a new bride, Priyanka Chopra chose a Kanauj Rose Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding, she made sure to have her dupatta trail behind her! See for yourself!
And of course, let's not forget how this fad has taken over even the sarees now! Adding a contemporary edge to the sarees are the extended pallus that trail behind you. Look at this bride who wore this stunning ice blue saree with a gorgeously embroidered train pallu for her engagement.
Most widely brides choose to wear veils for the Sangeet, Reception or Wedding ceremonies, but to our surprise, we also spotted some stellar brides sporting this trend for their pre-wedding festivities too.
We are all hearts for this trend and believe that this isn't going to die down any sooner or ever for that matter! How about you?