Latest Trends For Bridal Lehengas You Should Know While Shopping For D-Day

The conventional days are gone when typical colors like red or rani played the main role in the trousseau of every Indian Bride. Today every to-be-bride ensures that all dresses of hers are of different colors, in which no color is repeated. Not just with trousseau brides today are also playing with the colors on their wedding lehengas, instead of the traditional red or rani color lehengas the brides are preferring even pastel shades, golden, blue, green or multicolour bridal lehengas online for their big day.

Apart from bold and beautiful colors brides are also opting for wedding lehengas that depict the rich cultural heritage of our diverse country, doli or baraat, story of how the bride and the groom met each other and so on and so forth. These bridal lehengas are usually fabricated in graceful fabrics like silk, raw silk, satin or velvet to give enriching look to the bride. The lehenga’s that are portraying a specific story are usually customized by wedding designers, however basic trending designs of doli, baraat, cultural heritage can be found easily in the nearest wedding collection store of your city.

This season we even saw wedding lehengas with floral designs, gota patti, self-customization which are setting a trend for bridal lehengas and are turning to a game changer. Every bride wishes to enjoy to the fullest on her special day, brides are going for more comfortable and convenient outfits in form of lehenga’s where they can easily carry themselves as well as enjoy every ceremony to the fullest.

Double dupatta for Bridal Lehengas is still keeping up in the trend and going strong. The brides give a royal look when they opt for double dupatta’s. The dupatta’s can be easily tucked well to make it convenient for the brides. Going off beat brides are even opting for contrasting dupatta something that doesn’t merge with their entire image. The trending contrast in the wedding lehengas is opting for a red outfit with baby pink dupatta.

Apart from the Bridal Lehenga colors or dupattas, brides are as well playing with the choli’s by opting for quarter sleeve choli or a backless one. Depending on the entire attire a designer can easily suggest what kind of choli will suit the to-be bride. Brides are opting for a longer choli ditching the shorter one so as to get the simple yet a royal and graceful look.

We have here given you a detail of what is trending on, step out and see what you like for your big day just remember to stay comfortable what whatever you choose. Shortlist your choice of color first and then keep going strong till you get the best for yourself.

Akansha Singh
Akansha Singh
I'm Akanksha Singh is a fashion designer and blog writer for education industries. Currently writing for