Louis Philippe has always been the destination for men looking for a one-stop store for their entire wardrobe ensemble. From work clothes to casual wear, sportswear to occasion wear and accessories, the brand caters to a broad spectrum of the contemporary Indian man’s sartorial need, with a product line steeped in luxury and style. Louis Philippe’s reputation over the last three decades has been built on the ethics of elegance and bringing precision in crafting looks that are an exquisite blend of classic and contemporary.
Weddings are back again this season, after a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic. And Louis Philippe is fully geared up to join the joyous occasion with a brand new wedding wear collection. Whether you wish to recreate your favorite celebrity look or want to flaunt something that will turn heads, the new Louis Philippe Luxury Wedding Collection has the answer, suffused with expressive prints, intricate details and rich patterns.
Keeping with the brand’s legacy, every piece of clothing has been curated with quality craftsmanship – in terms of silhouettes, color palettes or premium fabrics. The collection comprises a wide assortment of options, including ethnic sets, Nehru jackets, bandhgalas, and kurta sets, which are categorized by different wedding occasions. The color palette with pastel hues mixed with classic earthy tones raises the style quotient to levels befitting every part of the ceremony.
When it comes to suits, the new collection offers two-piece and three-piece wedding options in classic shades of brown, black, white and grey, among many others.
If you want to pull off a full-on summer look, suits and jackets are also available in lighter shades of pastel blue, pink and cream.
Like always, the collection comes with sinuous handcrafted details, soft interlining, and premium touches for buttons and linings. Every garment is designed and constructed to exude comfort and style all day long.
The entire range is available to shop online at louisphilippe.com and the Louis Philippe app.
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