6 Brides Who Wore Lehengas That Can Actually Be Worn Again!
Manasvi Abhishek Jaitly
Senior Wedding Writer
As a bride-to-be, the one advice we’re sure you’ve heard over a million times is to not buy an over-the-top, heavy bridal lehenga. Because, well, you’ll never ever get an occasion to wear it again. And we couldn’t agree more. Wouldn't it be nice to invest in a gorgeous piece that not just makes you feel like the star but can also be worn again at your cousin's or bestie's wedding?! Here are 6 brides who wore the most fabulous lehengas… that can be worn later too!
1. The prettiest pink
Dressed in a pink lehenga paired with a jacket style choli, this bride sure looks like a million bucks. And the best part is, the wedding joda can definitely be worn over and over again for various sangeet and shaadi functions. In fact, it’s so easy to make two new outfits out of it - a basic lehenga choli,and a jacket and straight pants set for an elegant and understated look.
It’s an offbeat choice and may not be the favoured colour for certain communities. But if colour is not an issue, then why not make your dreams of a white wedding come true! We love the bride’s elegant white lehenga with lace work all over. And the net neckline of the blouse is such a showstopper. We can already imagine her wearing it to so many more parties!
For the bride who wants to look all desi vintage, a red Banarasi zari work lehenga is such a great choice! Not only do we love this bride's look, but we are also certain that an outfit like this can be worn time and again without feeling OTT. The lehenga is a classic and Banarasi work never, ever goes out of fashion.
For her wedding, fashion blogger Mitali Sagar chose a colour and style which was versatile and wearable as separates or as a set. Her Sabyasachi lehenga and crop top set is not just stylish and elegant but can also be styled in more ways than one. Also, we love how perfectly the couple is colour co-ordinated. :)
Who can forget Mira Rajput's wedding day look. The pretty lady wowed us in her delicate blush pink lehenga. And to give it a heavier look, she styled it with two dupattas. If you take off the extra head dupatta and tone down the jewellery, a lehenga like this can be easily worn for your BFF’s sangeet!
We are loving the summery and refreshing combination of baby pink and peach. Full marks to the bride for choosing an outfit that looks great for a day wedding and can easily be worn for ghar ki shaadis later too. Such a pretty picture she makes!