There’s no dearth of stunning bridal lehengas in the market, but how to find the unique one? There’s gota, multiple embroideries, velvet fabrics, raw silk, and Benarasi additions. To cancel the confusion, we’ve decided to give you a ringside view of everything gorgeous this season. This list defines unique as the colours never thought of before, new labels, and silhouettes that flatter every body type. Here’s our edit of the finest bridal lehenga fare available on the internet today.
Colour combination in pop hues
Anushree Reddy’s colour sensibilities are unique and her pairing is impeccable. We love how she takes the fall’s biggest trend into the bridal side of things with this peachy pink lehenga paired with an orange dupatta.
The off-shoulder bustier
Tarun Tahiliani knows how to keep it fresh with his new Bloom lehenga featuring a mélange of blush, aqua, and coral flowers that are lifted with intricate thread-work onto a voluminous skirt to accentuate lacquer crystals from Swarovski. This simple yet versatile look has been paired with an off-shoulder bustier and a draped tulle dupatta to make it look like a cocktail dress.
The blush pink lehenga features delicate handwork in pink, silver and translucent crystals, sequins, and glass beading. This beauty is paired with a sweetheart blouses and a bridal tulle scalloped dupatta with floral jaal detailing to give that princess effect. Modern and couture, thank Kresha Bajaj for it.
The subtle beige look
Torani is an upcoming label that’s slowly moving into bridal, but not the heavy kind. The fabrics are effortless and the look is minimalist. The Chandan Anardana aari waraq cheent lehenga choli is a winner just for its easy-going vibe.
The hipster bride look
From artsy folk outfits to unique prints that scream contemporary, Jodi is a millennial-favourite label. The fact that they ventured into lehenga is a lifesaver for brides who are looking for something unique and different, and this blue beauty with a halter neck is as right as rain.
The trending velvet fabric
The reason Anita Dongre reigns supreme among bridal wear designers is her willingness to use fabrics that are trendy to create an individual style. This year she moves onto velvets and uses her own embroidery to create a newer silhouette. Just right on time for fall.
The draped look with exaggerated sleeves
Mahima Mahajan is known for a modern vintage look that’s both delicate yet minimalist. This time she uses bum bags to pull of a modern bridal look. We love how the dupatta drape is attached to the lehenga making the bride feel unburdened and hassle-free.
The multi-colour embroidery
The newest designer Bollywood adores, Aisha Rao knows a thing or two about balancing colours and this beauty on Kriti Karbhanda is a winner of sorts. The Ivory Razzmatazz appliqué and embellished lehenga, and blouse with a cantaloupe tulle Corazon cutwork dupatta is perfect for a day wedding.