I don’t know much about men, but a woman’s absolute obsession is her wedding and wishes to looking amazingly beautiful. It is her day, and she rightfully deserves all that attention. For all you know, she has been sketching and drawing designs of her wedding dress in her mind (or in the air) and strive to get the best one for her big day. Lehenga is more than just a garment, in fact it signifies a bride’s persona. Here is a list of five bridal lehenga trends which might help you in selecting your lehenga style.
Frowned upon once, more and more brides are picking white and neutrals as a bridal hue and owning it like a pro! Color blocking can be done in any way- with the jewellery, or the dupatta, or even the work on lehenga makes it a work as unique bridal hue. Paired with pop of color, white wedding lehenga are no longer avoided.
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Silvers, golds and greys are going to be big this year, with sequin work taking the lead on that. We have been spotting more and more brides opt for monotone metallic colours, and while it does look great, it looks pretty unique as well!
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VELVET LEHENGA :
Velvet- the forgotten bridal fabric is making a comeback for brides, and how! Velvet is gonna be everywhere, and in every colour! But just make sure to wear it right.
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LEHENGA – GOWNS:
We saw Youtuber Sherezade Shroff and Kishwer Merchant rock this pretty fusion of a lehenga and a gown on their wedding and reception respectively, and this is one more trend to look out for in 2017! Modern lehengas that look like gowns- fairytale weddings are made of things like these aren’t they?
Bridal wear with western touches – modern lehenga gowns are great options for a Sangeet night.
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It’s not always about zardozi work! More and more brides are going for printed rather than fully embroidered ones. They are much lighter, easier to carry and also have fun motifs! Ideal for your mehndi day.
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I hope this will help you to outshine on your best day!
Team Pink Peacock