Bridal Lehenga 2013 Trends: Whats Hot & Whats Not !
BY The WMG Bride | 25 Feb, 2014 | 2469 views | 3 min read
Bridal Lehenga from a Mumbai Designer DuoThe wedding season of 2012 is staring us right in the face, and if you are a super stylish bride who wants to make sure she is making a style statement on her wedding, you may want to take a quick look at whats trending in the Bridal Lehenga world in India! Whats Hot in Bridal Lehengas - Gota Patti Work: Gota Patti work is HUGE right now. The swarovski and stone work that blinged all of us out a couple of years back is long gone, and traditional styles of embroidery like Gota Patti, Zari, Dabka work are back in right now- combined with citrusey hues of orange, lime green, hot pink and gold. Where can you find gorgeous Gota Patti Lehengas- well you will have to hire us to find out ! - Chikankari Work : Apart from Manish Malhotra's 2012 bridal collection which saw copious amounts of Chikankari, this traditionally Lucknavi work is being incorporated into a range of outfits from Sabyasachi as well. From Pastels to creams, everyone is wearing Chikankari. - Sharara's, Gharara's and Anarkali Style Lehengas: Its a throwback to the seventies as Sharara's and Gharara's and long anarkali style lehengas are overtaking the traditional silhouette. What is a sharara- well a long blouse worn over a divided flared pant, or a skirt. Anarkali style lehengas with side slits and lengths that are sweeping the floor are also sweeping the couture world by storm. They are also perfect for any body type and bridge the Indo-Western divide with ease! -Pastel Colors : Its in with the softer hues, and out with the deeper colours. Its all about being soft, feminine and girly in your bridal wear this year!
A hot Pink Gota Patti Work Bridal Lehenga
Whats Not- Fish Cut Silhouettes: Noone wear fish cut any more, its all about getting as much *ghera* (flare) as you want in your lehenga. The bigger, the better! - Overly Embellished Lehengas: Bridal Lehengas are taking simpler forms, with delicate embroidery and a richness in the fabrics rather than an overload of embellishments on your lehenga. Noone likes looking like a disco ball!!!
Where can you get your dream Bridal lehenga in Delhi? How can you buy that Tarun Tahiliani or Manish MAlhotra Anarkali if you dont stay in India? Or maybe you would like a beautiful sharara custom made for you? Hire our Services if you want any Indian Outfit sourced from New Delhi, or want us to act as personal bridal shoppers to take you to Delhi's best kept bridal fashion secrets!!!!