From experimenting with different hues to replacing the lehengas with beautiful sarees, brides are going all out when it comes to their shaadi ka outfit. After all, it’s your special day and of course, we all want to look our best, right!?
And that's why we rely on colours 'coz they can do wonders to your bridal look. Apart from the conventional red, orange is the new colour we’ve spotted on brides. TBH, every shade of this beautiful hue looks stunning. So here's bringing to you all some more #fashionspiration for your D-day.
Well, we’re totally crushing on all these gorgeous brides who flaunted orange lehengas, and we bet you’ll love them too.
So ladies, let’s get started! Shall we?
We didn't know that orange could look this royal? Well, this bride’s lehenga from Rimple & Harpreet Narula looked absolutely perfect on her Anand Karaj ceremony. That graceful gota work, the flare and that OTT nath--what’s not to love about this look?
Dressed in two different shades of orange, this bride looked drop-dead gorgeous in an Anamika Khanna lehenga.
We loved how this bride has paired her bright orange lehenga with a contrasting powder blue blouse. An Anita Dongre creation, this one’s perfect for a day wedding.
While this bride chose to wear the outfit for her day mehendi function, you can go for a similar hue at a night event too. It will look all the more stunning with lights shining on your outfit!
Believe it or not, you can never go wrong with a Banarasi lehenga. We loved how this bride paired her orange lehenga with a net dupatta for a fuss-free look. ‘Coz let’s face it, as gorgeous as Banarasi dupattas are, they may be a little difficult to handle.
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If you love colours as much as this bride, you will totally love her lehenga. We also love how she paired her orange lehenga with two dupattas -- a pink net dupatta and a heavily embroidered light orange with pink border.
TBH, we are totally digging this bridal look. Look at that colourful lehenga and thread work! We love how the bride paired her outfit with minimal jewellery. Brides-to-be, take notes!
Admit it, we all love floral lehengas. But if you aren’t willing to wear it on your D-day, go for a floral lehenga for your sangeet night.
Do you want to wear a Sabyasachi on your wedding day but want it to be different from the rest? Well, this orange lehenga from the designer’s collection is just for you.
This earthy orange and gold tulle lehenga with fine embroidery, sequins and pearls is a sheer delight to the eyes. Also, the hand-woven gota added the much-needed grace to the outfit. Would you go for something like this?
Take cues from this bride who wore a golden lehenga and added that touch of orange with her dupatta. Isn’t that a great way to add colour to your bridal look?
So, have we convinced you enough to wear this gorgeous colour on your wedding?
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