bridal lehenga trends

This year’s wedding season is just about to begin and with it the big question for most bride-to-bes- ‘what’s in store for this year’s bridal fashion?’
To give you a little insight into this year’s bridal lehenga trends, curated below is a list that I think will top this year’s wedding fad.

The Fringe Effect

model posing in fringed lehenga skirt and embroidered blouse with fringed sleeves

The fringe detail can be added to the blouse, the lehenga skirt, or even the dupatta. This style has been in vogue since the last year and has also made its way into this year. We certainly aren’t complaining.

Large Motifs:
model posing in bridal lehenga with large floral prints

Intricate designs have always been in vogue, however, large motifs and big prints are making their way into 2019’s bridal fashion. If not a wedding, this could be an apt attire for a cocktail party or ring ceremony.

Shine without the Shimmer

model posing in pearl and crystal embroidered lehenga

Well, I like what I see. Pearls have their own sheen and style and such pearl embellishments on a lehenga are pretty much welcome. I think this trend will certainly catch on in the months to come. Brides, who’d love to experiment, put this on your list.

Layered:

Malaika Arora posing in layered dress for Lakme Fashion Week 2019

Layered lehengas come in so many styles. The image above is just an example showcased in Lakme Fashion Week 2019. Layered lehengas have been in vogue for a while, and there’s no doubt that this style will waltz into this year’s bridal fashion as well.

For The Contemporary One:

model showcasing an off-shoulder lehenga blouse and crystal embroidered lehenga skirt at a fashion show

The various contemporary styled lehengas are a breath of fresh air. The most amusing part about this being, there are numerous ways in which the bride can get her lehenga designed and it’ll prove to be her little customized detail. These lehengas are super versatile and can be designed as per the ocassion.

Floral:

model posing in bottle green floral embroidered lehenga

Floral lehengas are, have and will always be in the bridal fashion list, and rightly so.

Shine Bright Like A Crystal:

Model posing in crystal embroidered lehenga

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If I were to get married this year, I’d definitely choose a lehenga with crystal or silver embellishments over the usual gols embroidered lehenga for my reception look. This style has been catching up since the end of last year and doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. I hope it stays trendy for a few years at least.

For The Comfortable Bride:

model posing in chiffon fabric lehenga skirt and gold embroidered blouse

Fashion is slowly becoming synonymous to comfort for most of us. And the first difficulty is weary about when it comes to a lehenga is how easy is it to move around in the same. For such brides, light and breazy fabrics like chiffon, crepe, organza would be a great choice. My personal favourites are crepe and organza as these fabrics give a more chic look entirely.

Dazzle in Silver:

Tamannah posing in falguni shane peacock lehenga

Yes, gold will always be precious but I suppose this year silver too will get it’s due recognition. Lehengas with silver and mirror work on it seems like a great reception look option.

Silks & Handloom:

Aditi Rao Hyadri walking the ramp in handloom lehenga

Nothing exudes class more than silk and handloom. These are great options for the wedding or the puja ceremony.

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