Winters and weddings are both in season and we can’t contain our excitement about either! This year’s autumn winter trends bring us plenty to be excited about in terms of the trending colours and if that wasn’t it the wedding collections are here to add to the party. Being able to wear those warm winter tones to weddings is an ultimate wedding dressing dream and we can’t wait to embrace it. Take a look as we enlist for you the most popular and sought after colours that are hot this season.
 

Cranberry/ Marsala / Burgundy

Cranberry/ Marsala / Burgundy

Cranberry, Marsala or Burgundy; call it what you must but this colour family is big this season and it isn’t too hard to tell why. While red and all shades of it count as classic bridal colours there has been a constant change in the bridal trend. Brides today prefer all kinds of variations and Marsala makes a great choice for the season with its richness. Its regal, elegant and just the right shade for an unforgettable winter evening!

Teams well with:

Cranberry teams well with other rich hues like mustards, browns and beiges. For a bridal look though you might want to wear the colour by itself with just some heavy embroidery.

 

Mustard / Pumpkin

Mustard / Pumpkin

Mustard and Pumpkin aren’t too far from each other, they are two shades of the same colour, and complement the season really well. Not only does it work perfectly for festive functions and wedding occasions but it also has the sophistication to carry off a formal attire.

Teams well with:

Colors like mustard pair well with muted shades like ivory, white or even grey.

 

Olive Green

Olive Green

Well we agree that Olive Green spells all things military and safari but lately it has been big on the runways. Khaki tones of the colour might not really be festive or wedding like but mehendi or deep greens make very wedding friendly colours. And if you must experiment with the more earthy tones then you can put together an organic sophisticated look too.

Teams well with:

For a more wintery and festive look team the deep greens with burgundies and reds. For an earthy look team together beiges, browns and khaki tones with herb greens and the likes of it. You can even team these greens with a solid black for a muted subtle look.

 

Sangria / Purple

Sangria / Purple

Fushia, orchid, purple or Sangria; you can choose to call it any of those but the colour is best suited for the season. The calm and the sensuality that the colour brings along, is in complete tune with the wedding season (not when you are the bride obviously). Wear it to a friend’s wedding or wear it to a formal do and you will have a shade of it that suits every occasion.

Teams well with:

Team it with another shade from the same family for a more festive look or wear it with a muted white for subtler impact.

 

Navy Blue

Navy Blue

This makes for a bridesmaid’s colour as opposed to a bride’s colour. Dress it up with heavy embroidery for Indian wear or wear it as a chic coat or a dress for a more sophisticated look meant for a Western celebration. No matter how you wear it, this colour is capable of justifying any look this season.

Teams well with:

Pair navy blue with white, grey, or even green and you will see that nothing can take away from the gorgeousness of this shade.

 

Pastels /Sage / Camel

Pastels /Sage / Camel

If you are someone that gravitates towards the lighter shades like pastels and aren’t too fond of the dark hues then you might have found your winter shade in earthy, cozy and chic Sage and Camel pastels. Not only are they the newest generation of bridal colours but are also apt for the other parties that December brings along. While these aren’t the best winter evening colours, you can totally wear them for morning function. If you are feeling particularly experimental though then you can pick shades of Sage and create a pretty palette for yourself.

Teams well with:

Like we said, you can create a palette for yourself using shades of the same colour or you can create combinations with greys and whites for a sophisticated festive look.