New Age Lehengas: 10 Styles For Your Upcoming Wedding !
BY Sakshi | 07 Sep, 2016 | 1102 views | 3 min read
Who said brides only have to be traditional? Not us . Noway who-say mister. If you want to be a modern bride, there are a lot of new trends which are not just refreshing, but will look amazing even when you look at your photos 10 years down the line! So if you are planning to take the plunge, then try out some of these amazing new designs for lehengas... atleast for one of the major functions!
Photos Courtesy: Jayanti Reddy
Lehengas with scalloped edges are so so fun, especially when you twirl! Perfect for the engagement, mehendi or reception, they look amazing and are so very in these days!
Lehengas with Custom Draped Dupatta
Photo Courtesy: Ridhi Mehra
Lehengas with inbuilt draped dupattas are big these days guys! Designer Ridhi Mehra does them well, and they look so chic and modern!
Off Shoulder Blouses
Photo Courtesy: Payal Singhal
A trend that was seen a lot by big designers and small at the recent fashion weeks, pairing a flared lehenga with an off shoulder blouse is very in these days, and something that'll flatter you immensely if you have amazing collar bones!
Lehengas with Unique Motifs
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Refreshing new motifs and embroideries have made their way to lehengas as well, and those inspired by royalty or musical instruments like the one above by Neeta Lulla are so charming to look at! It's all about doing the traditional with a modern twist!
Peplum blouses, paired with modern skirts are a sure fire success for modern brides.
Photo Courtesy: Priyal Prakash House of Design
Lehengas with multicoloured stripes or chevron prints are also so so in for Mehendi/Sangeet functions. They look super modern and really stand out!
Dip Dyed Lehengas
Photo Courtesy: Mrunalini Rao
Ombre is so so in and looks stunning! Whether you pick a gradual ombre for a monotone lehenga or a stark one with contrasting colours, ombre is an amazing look for almost any function!
Using birds as an inspiration for motifs on lehengas is also pretty big these days! Sabyasachi has done some interesting ones in his latest collection and after florals, fauna in lehengas are touted to be big this years!
Photo Courtesy: @thehouseofpixels
Recently we spotted this awesome lehenga at Designer Kresha Bajaj's Real Wedding, in which she had her love story embroidered on it! Such a great idea to personalise the wedding lehenga!
Lehengas with Cape Blouses
Photo Courtesy: Prathyusha Garimella
Lehengas with cape blouses are everywhere these days, and for good reason! They look so trendy and work well for events like the Engagement, Mehendi, Sangeet or even the Reception!
So, tempted to try something different?