Get inspired by the dazzling bridal lehengas for this year 2020!
Outfits for the wedding nuptials come with a specific directive – they come in the usual reds, maroons or pinks, with opulent heavy embroideries. Not anymore! Brides are willing to experiment with colors, textures and silhouettes. Here are some amazing trends of this year that will continue to run into next season also.
Here is a fuchsia velvet cholicut blouse with voguish asymmetrical sleeves embroidery with dabka (a coiled thin wire thread work from the lands of Rajasthan) and nakshi (a type of embroidered quilt, is a centuries-old Bengali art tradition) work. Paired with pink velvet lehenga embellished with zardozi (heavy and elaborate metal embroidery on a silk, satin, or velvet fabric base) block motifs transforming into floral jaal and thin border at the bottom. Coupled with jaal and butties on net dupatta.
This is an unconventional beautiful orange double layer lehenga in raw silk. Perfect festive hues of orange and yellow are adorned with south Indian printed border. Scalloping border of ombre dupatta is making it apt for the festive season.
Maroon velvet cholicut blouse embellished with dabka, nakshi and sequence work in butti and fish scale pattern on sleeves, waistline highlighted with a peplum style blouse. Coupled with ombre velvet kalidar lehenga embroidered in traditional dabka, nakshi and sequence work influenced by conventional architectural embroidery. Accompanied with net floral butti and inverted scallop border dupatta.
Emerald green satin organza choli style blouse with conventional zardozi, embroidery in grid and floral jaal done with tonal dabka, cutdana and sequence work with crystal highlighted sleeves and waist. Paired with emerald green satin organza kalidar lehenga will full floral jaal. Coupled with butties on net dupatta with latkans.Here are some dazzling bridal lehengas of 2020. Click on the image to view them larger. Each image has been linked to its original source.