Pastel pink and blue are growing in popularity.
Lightweight pastel lehengas are perfect for sunny, sultry summers – a prime season for destination weddings in tropical resorts.
One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a bridal lehenga is the fabric.
Often, brides get carried away by gorgeous designs and flattering styles and don’t pay much attention to the material.
For those getting hitched during warmer months, opt for light fabrics like chiffon or georgette.
Both of these fabrics will keep you cool and comfortable throughout the ceremony.
The best thing about chiffon and Georgette is that they look great on a woman of any frame.
Just make sure to opt for intricate work if you are a curvy bride and large embroidery if you have a petite frame.
DESIblitz presents 8 embellished bridal and party wear looks.
Floral Pink Lehenga
Lehengas are one of the most beautiful types of Indian ethnic wear.
A lehenga can look perfect at every function including festivals and wedding celebrations. Feminine pink lehengas are loved by every woman out there.
Pink lehengas are graceful and evoke a unique sense of style. Above all, they reflect romance, affection, hope and care.
Pastel Pink & Silver Lehenga
Lehenga cholis are a mark of the changing phase of Indian fashion in recent times.
Indian women love to wear this outfit in interesting styles for weddings and other occasions. Available in an array of colours, the most popular among women is a pink lehenga.
Silver thread work lehengas are also highly popular. Zari work lehengas are also in high demand for wedding celebrations where the pink is contrasted with silver threads.
Sea Blue Lehenga
If you are a diva who loves to turn heads wherever you go, this breath-taking sea blue coloured lehenga is perfect for you.
The choli is made of taffeta silk fabric, comes along with silk and net bottom and netted dupatta that enhances the attire.
Specially designed to wear in functions, engagements, ceremonies and special occasions, a sea blue lehenga choli is the endorsed choice of brides on their wedding day.
The sea blue lehenga choli contributes marvellous things to the character of every lady no matter their body type.
Dusky Pink Patterned Lehenga
A thousand eyes will be on you when you are dressed in this designer lehenga.
The floral embroidered net lehenga is completed with minimal sequin embellishments. The net blouse has a beautiful neckline and the dupatta in net with the intricate border will take your heart.
This stunning piece gives you the ethnic but with a twist of fusion look, which can be worn to a party or a wedding.
Seafoam Green Lehenga
Time to give the traditional look a new dimension with this beautifully embroidered lehenga choli set!
The detailed resham work and stonework on the lehenga charm their way straight into our hearts.
It is adorned with beautiful embroidery on sleeves, the bodice of the blouse and a matching cutwork dupatta complete the look.
Peach is one of the most versatile lehenga colours and goes well with so many other shades like golden, silver, pink and pastel shades.
Peach lehengas have all the properties of pink lehengas. It is adaptive, which is the reason why this shade is perfect for all occasions.
You can combine your peach lehenga choli with different colours like white and beige to get a balanced look. For a lively look, you can combine it with green and yellow.
And for a bold look, you can combine it with black, red and blue. All these colour combinations will help you to get many different looks from the same shade.
Grey & Pink Lehenga
Grey lehenga cholis are some of the most sophisticated traditional dresses.
All Indian embellishments look even more beautiful on the grey lehenga choli. A grey lehenga is a perfect choice for any woman who doesn’t want to choose loud colours.
Many people confuse it with a black lehenga, but in reality, a grey version is counted as a balanced piece. It looks perfect at traditional functions, festivals and wedding functions.
Mint & Silver Lehenga
This sultry embroidered bralette top comes with thin embroidered straps and a plunging neckline to give the ethnic choli a sexy twist.
It is teamed with a mint green lehenga that ended in an olive green border on the hemline.
Layer with a matching coloured organza dupatta to complete your look.
Whilst red is commonly worn during weddings by brides, an increasing number of brides are opting for pastel colours as inspired by Bollywood celebrities.
Pastel pink and blue are growing in popularity and are an easy way to shift from the traditional all-red look.
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