Bridal Lehengas for Everlasting Event

Weddings are the most auspicious occasions in India. Both bride and groom are the source of attraction and thus they need to look stunning with their looks and attires.

Ravishing Beige Lehenga Choli

For the marriage occasion, every bride wants to look special and make that day memorable with beautiful wedding Lehanga. Bridal Lehengas demand keen attention as they are the central point of attention on the wedding day. It is undisputedly the most elegant attire for the Indian Wedding with given paramount importance.

The lehenga comes in three pieces. The first part is a long skirt that is flared at the bottom which covers the body from the waist to the ankles. The other piece is a long or short blouse worn over the skirt and a dupatta created with rich and luxurious fabric which adds charm and allure and enhances the look.

Designers used to make meticulous planning which helps in designing of the lehenga to avoid any unforeseen situation. There are many factors like color, design and the correct fit of the lehenga which go a long way in making the wedding a success.

Nowadays, Indian brides have a wide variety of attires to opt for but the most popular choice is the wedding lehenga. These are available in a variety of styles ranging from simple lehengas, traditional wedding lehengas and designer lehengas.

Tantalizing Black Lehenga Choli

Lehengas come in a variety of colours therefore it is important to choose the right color for the bride. The bright and dark colors such as navy blue, bright orange and ruby red are well suited for a fair complexioned bride who should try to avoid pastel shades and pale colors. In contrast, a dusky or dark colored bride can opt for colors like red, pink, peach, magenta, sky blue, sea green and shades of blue. Indian wedding lehengas styles and colors can differ according to the occasions of the wedding ceremony.

The material used in the Bridal lehengas differ from lehenga to lehenga. The traditional lehenga is embroided in mirror work, kundan embroidery, zardosi embroidery, bead work and zari work.

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