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There are just so many emotions attached to your wedding lehenga. And while bride’s go great lengths to pick their dream wedding outfit, it’s no surprise that a lot of times they still end up having a few regrets. It could be regarding the colour that didn’t look as pretty or the fabric that did not photograph well. So we asked 5 real brides about the one thing they regret about their wedding outfit and for all the brides-to-be, these are some major pointers to keep in mind. Read on to find out...
“Well, to be honest, I loved my wedding outfit. I bought my pretty pink lehenga months before my wedding day and loved every bit of it. But then my sister also happened to buy a lehenga for herself in the exact same colour. My regret was not that I bought a pink lehenga, but that my sister's lehenga was also of the same shade! So if I could go back in time, I would have not let her buy it!”
- Tanvi Shrivastava, Delhi
“I always wanted to wear a bright red lehenga on my D-Day, and that is exactly what I did! I found my perfect outfit and wore it with a lot of happiness and elegance. But little did I know that the bright red colour would mean that I will never be able to wear it again at any other wedding. After all, I don’t want to look like a bride at somebody else’s wedding!”
- Natasha Chopra, Delhi
“My biggest regret is not going ahead with my plan of getting a navy blue or black lehenga. I got sucked into the wedding madness and said yes to a fuchsia coloured one instead. While I was happy with the way it turned out, black and navy are absolute stunners and I've always wondered what if…”
- Nidhi Kavle, Senior Beauty Writer, POPxo
“I got married a long time back and totally loved my outfit when I saw it in the showroom. Heavy embroidery and zari work were all the rage then and I did not hesitate even a little bit before finalizing and buying it. The only thing I regret now is spending 70K on an outfit which I will never be able to wear again in my life, all thanks to its weight and design which has now probably gone out of fashion!”
- Somya Johri, Delhi
“My wedding was in August, while it was still quite hot in Delhi. But while choosing the outfit, I did not pay much attention to the fabric of it. I got a very pretty floor length anarkali in raw silk and I regret that decision till date. I got so many compliments for my outfit, but I really wish I had picked a lighter, more summery fabric.”
- Kulneet Kaur, Delhi