I know we all are home-bound due to the nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus. If you’re a bride-to-be and planning a year-end wedding, I’m here to help. While you can’t go out shopping right now, it doesn’t mean that you cannot do some homework.
This is the perfect time to do your research and narrow down your choices with respect to the vendors, venue and your outfits. Several brides are ditching the traditional red colour and choosing unconventional lehenga styles for their D-day. If you are one of them, this article is just for you. Doing what I do, I came across some very pretty offbeat lehengas that you should definitely check out.
If you’re a bride-to-be, there’s no better way to utilise this time.
This monotone pink lehenga is so pretty and the bride looks absolutely gorgeous in it. An Anushree Reddy creation, this one’s perfect if you’re having a coastal wedding and want to keep it light.
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Isn’t this dark green lehenga a hatke idea for the bride? I bet this Sabyasachi lehenga will not only look beautiful, but it’s also a great colour for the winters. Ditch the red, will you?
How about donning a mauve lehenga for your wedding? Well, this one is from Anita Dongre’s collection and we’re all for the offbeat colour. If reds, pinks and gold tones are not your thing, then this one should be on your wishlist.
Multi-coloured panelled lehengas are the hot new hot trend and even Anushka Sharma wore a similar Sabyasachi lehenga recently. For a winter wedding in 2020, panelled lehengas will be huge… So bookmark this, bride-to-be!
Alia Bhatt showed us all how pretty a fluorescent green lehenga can look when she flaunted one from the collection of ace designer Sabyasachi at Sonam Kapoor’s reception. Of course, real brides took to the trend and it’s one colour that looks fresh and fabulous. Perfect for a day affair.
Honestly, I never thought that orange could look this royal. This set by Rimple & Harpreet Narula has the grace of yesteryears and the gota work looks absolutely breathtaking.
I love the ivory lehenga featuring a bell-sleeved blouse by Agunj by Gunjan Arora! Bride Devanshi styled it with layered strings of emerald and it adds the right amount of colour to the outfit. The pre-stitched dupatta also makes it a fuss-free option for your D-day.
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Bride Yashna decided to say goodbye to stereotypes and chose a gorgeous white Anita Dongre lehenga for her beach wedding. A spaghetti blouse and gold jewellery completed her look. Love it, don’t you?!
Bookmark all that you love and as soon as the lockdown is over, you’ll know exactly which all stores to visit.
Featured Image: Instagram/Recall Pictures/Rimple & Harpreet Narula