30 Gorgeous designer bridal lehengas by famous Indian designers

by Neha Paranjpe

Take a look at 30 stunning and gorgeous bridal lehengas by famous Indian designers! This wedding season, flaunt brilliant designs and outstanding trends with a lot of style

With the wedding season coming up, you need to educate yourself with everything about the Indian bridal fashion scene. Take inspiration from some of the best designers in the country and pick the style that suits you best so you can shine on your wedding day. We curated a list of the top bridal designers in the country so you can choose from the best of the best. Take a look at the 30 top lehenga designs from brilliant Indian designers and choose the style that appeals to you most.designer bridal lehengas 38

1. Neeta Lulla

Neeta Lulla is one of the most famous designers in the country and also has many national awards under her belt for costume design. Her creations are a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary designs. She uses a lot of deep shades like gold, ivory, black and red with fabrics like silk, chiffon, crepe etc.

2. Ritu Kumar

Ritu Kumar one of the oldest names in the Indian fashion industry, her designs personify the combination of sophistication and joy that is the essence of all weddings. She brings various age old craftsmanship techniques and merges them beautifully with new age patterns and designs.

3. Tarun Tahiliani

Tarun Tahiliani is recognized globally for his fantastic bridal collections. His designs define luxury, class and fashion. Richness and chic style are portrayed through his clothes with effortless amalgamation of designs, fabrics and prints.

4. Manish Malhotra

Best known for dressing the biggest names in Bollywood, Manish Malhotra is a class apart. His high couture designs are works of art that are worn across red carpets, film premiers, wedding ceremonies and fashion ramps. He uses traditional designs and blends them beautifully with prints and patterns to create eye catching styles.

5. Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla: 

This fashion duo is best known for bringing together the best karigars and artisans to make stunning creations using zardozi on delicate fabrics that exemplify sheer luxury and richness. They were also the first to introduce the chikan pattern to bridal outfits.

6. Sabyasachi Mukherjee

One of India’s favorite designers, he is known for traditionally classic designs with the perfect Indian touch. His designs have reached every household with the popular show ‘Band Baaja Bride’ and are on every to-be bride’s wish list. His designs are primarily inspired by the customs, rituals and joy that are at the heart of every Indian wedding.

7. Rohit Bal: 

An amazing fashionable mind, Rohit Bal is known for his attention to detail when it comes to bridal outfits. His designs depict traditional embroidery techniques and craftsmanship and are mostly based on self work and pattern detailing without relying on additional embellishments or stones to decorate the clothes.

8. Anita Dongre

Anita Dongre is known as the designer who understands the pulse of the new generation and is the voice of 21st century fashion. She uses a variety of patterns and textures to create flawless styles which are beautifully enticing and full of traditional splendor.

9. Shantanu & Nikhil

Shantanu and Nikhil are known for bringing a little bit of contemporary class into the otherwise traditional domain of bridal couture. They primarily design for the youth and are the perfect blend of tradition and international style.

10. Payal Singhal

Payal Singhal too is popular for her contemporary designs and is very popular in the Bollywood circuit. She mixes Indian and Western designs to create a new style of stunning bridal wear.

 

 

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