When it comes to bridal lehengas in India, red and varied tones of it seem to dominate. Although there is one colour that might not be a bridal favourite but has been embraced by leading couturiers – gold. From Sabyasachi’s heavily embroidered lehengas paired with a net dupatta to Itrh’s crinkled gold perfection, today brides have ample options to choose from.
Best Gold lehengas for your wedding –
In case you are looking for a modern heirloom with surface detailing, Delhi-based couturiers Shantanu and Nikhil can be your go-to designers. Not just celebrated for the pre-stitched saris, over the years they have acquired the status of being revivalists who gave traditional Indian techniques a millennial makeover.
Gold and its varied renditions manifest in Manish Malhotra’s bridal creations. It is not all about going out and loud with gold, just hints of it can also suffice. We love the way he has used intricate gold embroideries with iridescent embellishments to create this pattern.
If there is one bridal couturier who understands tasteful decadence, it is Sabyasachi. Think gold is not just embroideries but embellishments too, juxtaposed with hints of hot pink, greens, and purples. He treats his lehengas as a canvas to exhibit India’s rich techniques.
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Delhi-based couturier knows how to whip up a classic look for any bride. And this gold, kalidaar lehenga studded with colourful stones makes for a winning look. Just the right amount of bling and gold, paired with a classic jacket says it all.
Looking for a piece that can double as work of art? Amit Aggarwal’s take on couture with his mermaid lehenga skirts exhibiting heavy piping embroideries might do it for you.
From peach, powder blues to gold, if you are on a lookout for lehengas in unconventional hues, Falguni Shane Peacock with their repository of such creations can offer help. From intricate embroideries featuring beads, gemstones to featherwork, they bring several elements together.
For the would-be brides, Itrh is the most promising new label to explore. With their gotta weaving techniques they have certainly carved a niche for themselves. This lehenga on Sonam Kapoor is giving us major bridal goals.