Red has dominated the bridal market for ages. Since girls prefer wearing red for their wedding or for the post wedding functions it still continues to be one of the strongest choices for most of the brides.
But the new age bride is experimenting with colors other than red, and one of them happens to be white.
A color which was once considered not so good has many takers now…..
Half embroidered Lehnga– Instead of heavily done all over pattern, one can go for the half embroidered paneled lehngas.
On white, embroidery done in dull gold or copper color gives a royal touch to the attire.
You can choose the entire lehnga in the same color, especially those who are short heighted as a single color will help you look taller.
The fringe style– Since off shoulder neckline is in fashion right now, you can choose it for a function like a Cocktail or Mehndi. Instead of heavy embroideries you can choose traditional block printed motifs further highlighted with hand embroidery. Add a fusion and bling touch by adding fringes to the neckline.
Layered Lehnga– A fish-cut lehnga done beautifully in layers and is teemed with a broad v neckline choli and has a stitched dupatta style.
Two piece lehnga– Glamorous lehnga with an exquisite trail at the back in chickankari is a perfect fusion design for the ones who don’t want a regular 3 piece lehnga set. Patterned embroidered skirt with a blouse on nude net and thread work has fringed sleeves and this makes it a perfect cocktail dress.
Threadwork lehnga– A lovely multicolor lehnga in threadwork which can also be done with an all over brocade fabric. Combine it with a pastel color dupatta like a powder pink or a baby blue.
Draped style– This Gaurav Gupta creation is a true amalgamation of Indian Banarsi fabric and western drapes.