Mirrors on the wall needn’t tell you anymore how pretty you are. Instead, opt for mirrors as embellishments on your daily couture or designer wear and flaunt your style and fashion sense, like there’s no tomorrow. Here are a couple of gorgeous mirror work dresses to doll up keeping the trends in mind!
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Take a Look At Some Beautiful Mirror Work Designs On Dresses:
For many centuries now, women from India have always had a touch of the glistening mirror work on their cholis, sarees, lehengas, anarkalis and even with indo-fusion wear in the new-age too. From mirror work designs on dresses to accessories, shoes to hair embellishments too, mirrors in all sizes and shapes have made a cut!
Mirror Work On Nude Shades:
As seen on this lovely A-Line kurta with ciggy pants, the mirror work in abundance and creatively put makes for haute cocktail event wear!
Sarees Bordered With Round Mirrors:
Embellishing neutral shades on a saree with large mirrors for border can make a joyous fashion statement at your BFF’s wedding! Choose this should you not want to wear mirror work dresses at your besties wedding.
Lehengas With Mirror Work:
Pretty flowy lehengas with chic mirror work for sangeets to mehndis or even on D-Day would help create the oomph effect and steal thunders. Desi designer Arpita Mehta dresses Bollywood actress and tinsel town star Prachi Desai in the old glam world look.
Mirroring It With Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla:
Designers Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla show us how to play with mirrors on a choli and colour block the gown below in one shade- a black taffeta gown to complete the look. Try this out for Diwali!
Manisha Malhotra Throws Mirrors:
At the CPAA Charity show, designer Manish Malhotra struck mirroring chords to the trends of using mirrors in most of his creations. Pink and peaches for the gowns and the bottoms with mirror tops- so haute we say!
Mirrors For The 4 Days Of Durga Puja:
From sarees to cholis, lehengas to anarkalis, this durga puja be no less than a fashion goddess while pandal hopping all night is done!
LIFW Shows Us How:
As seen on the ramps of LIFW, mirror work on ghaghra cholis for the upcoming Navratri and dandiya nights are a hot trend with many PYTs making demands for mirror work designs on dresses! Designer Payal Singhal shows us how!
Gold Mirrors By Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla:
Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla dressed Bollywood celebrity Sonali Bendre in a gold mirror anarkali suit for a red carpet event last year. Emulate the look for the festive season ahead, and keep the accessories to a minimal too!
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Make an impression at your wedding with a very sensual and a daring touch to flaunt on D-Day in mirror worked cholis and a pink mirror embellished saree!
Sunny Mirror Times At Work:
Says who, you couldn’t wear a mirror to work, or many of them prettily embellished on your salwar suit? Your boss wouldn’t mind a little bling on you, and you get to be the sunshine on a gloomy Monday too! Designer Arpita Mehta shows us how!
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Keeping It Minimal:
Should you choose not to wear an all-mirror ensemble, keeping it minimal wearing a white raw silk blouse with floral mirror work embroidery does the deal!
Draping It In Mirrors:
Sarees are eternal and so feminine for any occasion to wear, and with mirrors draped pretty, you might just steal the thunder at your BFF’s wedding!
Designer Purvi Doshi Plays With Mirrors:
Designer Purvi Doshi plays with mirror work the new trend on grey, and the end result is a stunning ghagra choli for the chic chick who would want to look fab and yet have an astounding appeal while the crackers out there go boom-boom!
Here were a few ideas using mirror work dress designs and on how mirror work can play pretty with fashionable and stylish couture too. We hope you loved the collection as much as we loved bringing them to you!