With the festive season bidding adieu, most of us are looking forward to the wedding season. The time of the year when we are attending at least one wedding if not more. If you are the Bride to be then you can’t miss this post about the latest trends of designer lehengas that are trending this season.
For the “Brides-to-Be”
For the Quintessential Bride –
Red and maroons never go out of fashion, this has and always remain the flavour of every wedding season. Priyanka Chopra donned this wedding lehenga look for her wedding last year and looked gorgeous.
Pink Babies –
Pink is another favourite choice for many. Pinks with Orange/Yellow, Turquoise, Blue or Red is totally in this season and would look refreshing for you Big Day.
Traditional ones – Go in for the traditional look with gold dori work embroidery and break the monotony with a net orange dupatta.
Bold ones – If you are the one who wants to try something totally ‘hatke’ this season then check this tea pink and ocean green lehenga skirt. It has a western look with the traditional sequins, zardozi and gota embroidery.
Modern Bride – This one is totally outstanding with ice blue heavily embroidered lehenga in organza and cotton silk paired with a matching blouse. Its elegant piece and not to miss the contrasting blush pink ruffle dupatta totally oomph factor.
For the “Bridesmaid”
If the “Bride-to-Be” is the show stopper, the bridesmaid is no less. You have a big responsibility to shoulder along to look at your best. The bridesmaid has to be at her very best still not overpower the “Bride-to-Be.”
I have some picks which will totally fit your bill. So, as the “Bride-to-Be” sticks to her choice, you can choose some pastel or bold colours which look stunning and unusual.
The pastel green coloured lehenga has zari and gota patti hand embroidery. The tassel dupatta surely adds to the overall look.
Or you could check this mint lehenga with heavy zardozi work embroidery matched with a net based bridal lehenga with fringes.
Blue cold crop top matched with gold embroidery and tassels at the hemline paired with a skirt would attract attention.
For the people who make the dare to wear black this blouse with Danka work with a contrast lehenga and dupatta is a perfect choice.
I hope I have made it easier for you to make the correct decision. My best wishes for the Brides-to-Be as you embark this new journey 🙂