by Mansi Kohli
Wondering how to pull off wedding function lehengas and look spectacularly gorgeous? Pin (or print out) your favorite styles of lehengas below and look scintillatingly exotic this season!
With the summer wedding season approaching in full swing, getting your wedding wardrobe sorted can be a hectic task! While on one hand you would want to try new and exciting silhouettes, elegant colors and exquisite patterns in lehengas, and on the other hand, you need to have enough outfits so that you do not repeat them often. From plain and serene colors to block melted colors, this season it would be befitting to go for lehengas that make you look extra pretty, but would also make you shine brighter, charmingly under the sun. Here’s our list of 10 favorite wedding lehengas to inspire the rest of your celebration.
1. Mustard Madness
A digitally printed piece exuding a love affair from tones of mustards and browns would make for a scintillating choice as a wedding function wear. Its paper silk and banglori fabric along with nature-inspired prints gives this lehenga a quintessential modern appeal. Representing Indian culture and festivity in its full glory, pair this lehenga with gold jhumkis, gold metallic heels and temple design bangles.
2. Flower Power
If looking traditional with hues of contemporary magic is how you define your style, then this no-hassle lehenga should be your go-to choice. This lehenga is not only going to paint you pretty for a day mehendi or day wedding function, but its blouse-cum-jacket is going to allow your lean and tall body to make for a picture-perfect look. Minimal makeup, cascading tresses and dangling earrings with red hot lips would steal the show with this look!
3. An Affair with Net
For a night wedding, you could opt for this lush pink and sea blue lehenga to ooze that oomph and vibe. This heavily embroidered blouse and lehenga is sure to create a fashion-forward look. What catches the eyes for sure is the chiffon dupatta that has four-side lace and blue and gold paisley print in two breath-wise corners, juxtaposed very well with the similar lace stitched at the bottom of the lehenga. Pair your look with a traditional gold set or an elaborate choker for that classic appearance.
4. A Trendsetting Fusion of Colors
This pink and blue heavily embroidered lehenga set is made in slight A-fit and is perfect for a head turning appearance at grand night wedding functions. Made from finest of georgette material, this lehenga set features traditional embroidery work in gold accentuating the look of the wearer classily. Accessorize with gorgeous kundan polki studs, and one big oxidized ring. To jazz up the look, you can sport indigo blue suede block heels, a Grecian hair band and a winged eyeliner with heavy mascara for this look.
5. Color Me Pretty Pink
This pink fish-cut lehenga not only has a slimming effect, thanks to it’s straight-lined booti placement, but when paired with a striking blue choli it makes for a sophisticatedly stylish and graceful look. The look of the lehenga is amplified with high quality chiffon material and a net dupatta. Perfect for special occasions and wedding parties, pair this graceful attire with kundan choker, side parted hair, potli bag, highlighted cheeks and pink lips in the glamour department.
6. The Panache of Prints
This modern designer lehenga from the house of Craftsvilla makes for a perfect day or evening wear ensemble. With summer season already upon us, this lehengas’ breathable fit and cut will allow you enough movement to twirl and swirl in! The real beauty of this outfit lies in how the party of red, yellow and blue garden flowers are carefully printed on the bed of colored paper silk and banglori printed lehenga. The blouse has horizontal printed strips that makes for a sensual play on prints. Pair this print mania with pearl earrings, French bun and nude pencil heels.
7. Ravishing Prints Redefined
Consisting of enviable A-line flair, this two-tone printed lehenga is surely going to add an edge of fun and quirkiness to your appearance. Made of pure paper silk material, something that’ll lend extreme comfortability and all-day long ease, this pink number has digitally printed blouse, which is available in up to XXL size. Pair this pretty pink printed lehenga with powder pink, sunny yellow or misty white peep toes with a nude color net cape for an Indo-western look. Round off the look with silver tribal earrings, metal cuff and smoky eyes.
8. Sensual Black
If gothic-meets-chic-meets-sexiness is how you plan on rolling this wedding season, then go for this restricted flair lehenga that has subtle booti print all over. Its 3/4th net sleeve choli blouse has classy dabka embroidery around the neck. The same detailing is seen on full four sides of the net dupatta too. Pair this black number with a chic potli bag in gold ethnic embroidery and neutral to rose-gold heels for the feet.
9. Fuchsia Fun
Chic in style and gorgeous, anarkali style lehengas have come a long way. Ever since the eternal beauty of Indian cinema, Madhubala was seen sporting this iconic fashion in Mughal-E-Azam, this courtesan glamour has made many designers go gaga over its drapes and cuts. Consider this neon pink and green number, for example, which is sure to make for a drop dead gorgeous look. This pink heavily embroidered lehenga is tailored in true anarkali style with beige and pink blouse, something that would make for a classy staple for your wedding wardrobe. Add the color blocking drama to the look by pairing this with emerald earrings, pink pout and pink wedges.
10. Indo-Western Fusion
Embrace femininity with this contemporary charm and ease of modern fashion lehenga, while looking graceful in this lovely dark brown bangalori silk printed lehenga choli that comes with orange bangalori silk embroidered blouse and net dupatta. Apt for any night wedding function, this latest designer lehenga can be paired with a sequined gold head chain on a high-rise sleek, ponytail and a stack of rings in gold finish. Hang a patterned and mirror-finish orange envelope clutch with it.
With the finest of leading ladies dolling in these modern style lehengas with such aplomb and pizzazz, which one would you opt for this wedding season?
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