Wedding Lehenga Trends in Fashion

January 18, 2015 0 comments

Weddings ,a most awaiting event for any Indian girl, when she wants to look most beautiful she looks ever.Ask any bride-to-be what she wants to wear on her big day, and she’ll put a lehenga straight from the fashion runway on top of her wishlist. A wedding lehenga is the most important piece of clothing a woman will buy, which makes picking one so much trickier! You know what they say, the lehenga should accentuate the bride’s figure, complement her skin tone, bring out her feminine grace, and what not.

Now if you are getting worried which lehenga you should choose for your wedding here we’ve rounded up the best lehengas cuts for you,from vintage-inspired designs to more playful, contemporary styles;there is something to suit every taste, body and shape here.

A line lehenga

A-line lehenga
This lehenga champions a classic bridal look, with its beautiful A-line skirt, filled with exquisite details. These are going to be in trend in 2014-15. The A-line cut, as the name suggests, has the lehenga skirt going in an A-line i.e. the cut broadens with the increase in the length of the skirt. Elegant and sexy, these are the go-to cuts for a fashionable bride. This cut can be both modern and conservative.
Perfect for: It suits women with pear-shaped bodies as it has a minimalistic flare.
Style with: It can be paired with lovely cholis and blouses with puffy sleeves that are designed to accentuate the upper part of the body.

Straight cut lehenga

Straight-cut lehenga
One of the most-preferred bridal lehengas.  This style nails vintage glamour: Complete with intricate detailing all over.The lehenga  falls parallel to your legs. This lehenga,  which looks like a wraparound, falls straight from the waist to the hemline with slits on the sides.
Perfect for: This one flatters all body types.
Style with: It looks best paired with a choli  which falls beneath the collarbone, giving a long and enhanced look to the body.

fish cut lehenga

Mermaid or fish-cut style
If you’re keen to buck tradition, this is a choice option. “This cut is a new take on classic bridal lehengas. Here, the skirt has a lot of pleats around the waist. It is very heavy, but looks extremely beautiful. This cut accentuates those curves like no other cut – it fits snugly till the knees and it flares out gracefully.
Perfect for: Fish-cut lehenga suits women who have an hourglass figure or a straight body. But one tip: Stay away from this lehenga, if you are bottom-heavy, as it accentuates the hips.
Style with: Pair it with a gorgeous corset or a daring halter-neck style choli.

flared lehenga

Panel length or flared lehenga
This one is everything we hoped a bridal lehenga would be: feminine, breathtaking and over-the-top. This lehenga creates the required amount of flare and offers a slimming effect. It is made of numerous panels stitched together which are of similar fabrics or different kinds of fabrics, print and colour.
Perfect for: Those who are bottom-heavy can wear brighter colours on top, and slim down their bottom by wearing a slightly muted colour. If you are heavy busted, wear subtler hue on the top and bold colours below the waist.
Style with: This lehenga looks even better with a long choli which hides any extra flab and creates the perfect slim silhouette.

Circular lehenga

 

Circular lehenga
Anyone will fall in love with this lehenga instantly. It makes the dress of wedding day dreams.This lehenga is complete with its beautiful broad flare and great volume. Starting with numerous pleats near the waist, it should be selected in smooth, long and silky flowing fabrics to get the best look.
Perfect for: This lehenga looks good on women with cone-shaded bodies.
Style with: It should be worn with a choli or fitted kurti which is elegant and subtle in its design and fabric.

A line lehenga

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