The Cape Lehenga
This may be slightly tricky but sure is different. There is a long blouse with an embellished skirt, and a long cape to be worn over it. To make sure that all the three pieces along with the dupatta does not look too overwhelming, pick the style in soft pastel hues only. Think ice blue, rose pink or mint green.
The Youthful Style
Talk about the latest lehenga designs for weddings, and you just cannot skip what’s in rage- crop top and skirt. Forget the embellishments and heavy embroideries for a while, and opt for a silk or brocade skirt. The shimmering fabric with floral panels on the skirt can be paired with a fun and flirty crop top for a casual chic look. This is ideal for your own mehendi as it will keep you light and make sure you can swirl around comfortably whenever you want. Keep the look simple by staying low on accessories maybe just wear polki studs and skip the bangles.
The Tinge of Red
We understand that you wish to skip wearing red or maroon on the functions but still want to incorporate the bridal colour somehow. That’s why we think this look is idea. A soft beige heavilyembellished lehenga is paired with a plain red choli, which also leaves ample scope for you to choose bold jewellery like big earrings, cocktail ring and a stack of bangles.
The Long Anarkali and Skirt
The long shirt with a voluminous skirt speaks everything bridal. The vermillion hue and the rich embroideries makes the perfect recipe to outshine everybody at your function. Of course, a heavy dupatta will only complete the look. For any major function like the wedding or reception, choose heavy jewellery too. You can use this outfit later for first Karva Chauth or Diwali as well.
The Lovely Sharara
A mid-length shirt with pants and dupatta is the flavour of the season. What makes this look more loveable is the choice of colours and muted embroidery. Ombre is definitely big this season so it is no surprise that pink and red together is creating absolute magic. When you look deeply into the latest lehenga designs for Weddings, you realize a sharara surely tops the list. A great outfit for your engagement or shagan, which further must be complemented with traditional jewellery to look perfect.