India Couture Week 2018: 11 covetable cholis to amp up your wedding wardrobe
Featuring ruffles, sequins, floral embroidery and so much more
The recently-concluded India Couture Week 2018 brought all our attention to the stunning choli styles showcased on the runway by leading designers like Rahul Mishra, Falguni Shane Peacock, Amit Aggarwal among others. While Rahul Mishra styled a vibrant lehenga with a heavily embroidered off shoulder choli with a plunging neckline, Falguni Shane Peacock bordered on ostentatious with a fully embellished silver choli featuring a deep neckline, styled with a feather sari. Amit Aggarwal, on the other hand, borrowed inspiration from the molecular patterns created by natural crystals, and came out with a halter-neck choli with a jagged neckline, decorated with shimmering beads, that made a showstopping sari gown.
Go on — explore our list of the top 11 choli styles that are sure to serve up some inspiration for the wedding season.
11 stylish choli styles spotted at India Couture Week 2018:
For a look that's equal parts bold and feminine, pick a floral embellished off-shoulder choli like this one seen at Pallavi Jaikishan.
Spotted at Shyamal and Bhumika, this emerald green boat neck choli with cap sleeves is perfect for women who prefer a traditional, covered-up look.
Make a strong case for craftsmanship with an exquisitely embellished sheer choli in an asymmetrical style, like this one spotted at Suneet Varma. Contrast it with a simple sari to bring attention to the choli.
Summer brides — designers Falguni Shane Peacock are looking at you. Redefine contemporary with this full-sleeved dull silver choli replete with delicate embroidery work, featuring a curvy neckline. Styled with an elegant feathery sari.
This intricately embellished halter-neck choli featuring a plunging, jagged neckline is a daring look that's ideal for a cocktail reception. Seen on Shilpa Shetty Kundra at Amit Aggarwal.
Suneet Varma's bralette choli with mirror-work will prove to be a versatile addition to your wedding wardrobe. Style it with a lehenga or a sari for a stunning evening wear look.
Give the traditional choli a modern upgrade with a revealing neckline that gives your outfit a bold look. As seen at Anju Modi.
Yet another one from Falguni Shane Peacock for the modern bride of today who's not afraid to show some skin.
An exquisitely embroidered choli featuring a square neckline with a slight V-cut is the ideal choli style if you want to show off your midriff. As seen on Yami Gautam at Reynu Taandon.
Make a bold move by going sans dupatta and opting for a choli style with a geometrical-shaped revealing neckline and sheer puffed sleeves. As seen on Kiara Advani at Shyamal and Bhumika.
Rahul Mishra makes a case for vibrant colours in this lehenga set featuring an off shoulder embroidered choli with a plunging neckline.