Payal Keyal’s “Khushnoor” Collection Is Giving New Goals For The Brides & Bridesmaids This Wedding Season!
As wedding season is around the corner there arises a high demand of designer bridal dresses. Not only the bride but the groom too would urge to look at his best on the D-day. Having a lot of talented designers in the fashion industry, we have tried to acquaint with the young and talented, Payal Keyal. Payal keyal signature designs are mostly ethnic with new age styles of bridal lehengas, off-shoulder blouses, dhotis, capes and various other styles which have emerged to be immensely popular among brides . We have all seen Payal opting for Nudes and pastel hues. But the upcoming collection ‘Khushnoor’ will take you by surprise. With a mix of old world charm and the generation designs, the label continues to stay true to its promise keeping India traditions alive in modern outfits. The blend of global taste and Indian traditions is kept intact in her apparel.
“My new design ‘Khushnoor’ is mostly inspired by Moroccan and Turkish art forms. There are palace inspired motifs, floral designs and geometrical patterns blended seamlessly into the designs. With fabrics ranging from brocade and raw silk to velvet, georgette, organza, applique, chiffon, georgette, brocades, soft silk and net, the collection caters to a wide a range of pallets. It sure looks to be a delight to the eyes of a connoisseur of art and architecture said Payal”.
Her design is styled by grace, and sophistication not only for the brides but also for the bridesmaids. She gives importance to everyone who is wearing her outfits. Her latest designs are mostly by Moroccan and Turkish art forms. You would see palace inspired motifs, floral designs and geometrical patterns blended seamlessly into the design.
The cuts and stitches that have incorporated into the design concept make the attires very appealing. The subtle use of frills, peplum finish and motifs from the Turkish architecture make sure that the collection stands out in the very first look with its bright hues that cover the entire spectrum of colors to give the much needed radiance and brightness to the attires. The sequins, mirror work, and embroidery are married with choicest hues and rich fabric in the most intricate way ever. The textiles for her brands are mostly from China, Surat, Bangalore and Benaras
“When we talk about today’s fashion trend, wedding attires are getting more modern and contemporary. I am aiming to revamp the vintage styles to the modern style without losing its elegance and grandeur said Payal Keyal”.
Payal Keyal also added “Making my brides look like a queen on their big day matters me the most. I keep updated with the latest fashion and explore more creativity in my entire work piece, so that all my customers look classy yet traditional wearing my outfits. I play with blouse cuts- off shoulder, choli cut, princess cut, and sweetheart neck”.