Whenever one thinks of weddings, a happy bride twirling in a gorgeous red lehenga is probably the first thing that pops up in our heads. And that type of stereotyping isn’t wrong either. Red lehengas have ruled the wedding scenes since coon’s age and hence we are conditioned to think that way. But it’s also no lie that lately many new colours have started to come into play. Sage green, salmon pink, delicate ochre and the list goes on and on. Of course these new colours are quite the trend these days because of the ‘unconventional’ look they serve. But you know there’s a reason why Ferraris come in red and not sage green. Well, we don’t know exactly where we were going with that but you do get the point that red is a very fierce colour and shall always remain a classic because of the enigma and confidence that it brings out with it.
The trend of red lehenga has been like they were very popular and were at their peak at one time and then saw a decline because of the new trends in fashion and changes to the wedding scenes and then now, people can be seen reverting back to the basic staples and are again ready to play the vintages yet with the latest touch.
Just like any other bridal outfit, you will find a plethora of latest red bridal and even non bridal red lehengas related ideas and photos on our photo gallery section for the same. From basics to really florid works, you’ll be mesmerised the collection of ideas and photos we have to offer.
You can also save some of the ideas and photos for your convenience by downloading the WedMeGood app to your phone and then create your own vision board for your whole wedding and then plan it accordingly on the app itself, with no hassle and no worries.
Play with the blouse design - Your lehenga can be really gorgeous but can be monotonous at the same time if you don’t really focus on the other elements as well. Like your wedding accessories and bridal jewellery. Because simply wearing an extravagant red lehenga wouldn’t do and it’s true for all the other colours as well. And therefore, one important element would be your blouse. Experiment with different designs of blouses to give your outfit and look a lot more edge. Like, try plunging neck or boat neck or even off-shoulder blouse design, which are recently the hot talk and pretty much the trend.
Mix and match with dupattas - You can also go a little whacky with your dupatta in order to bring that oomph to your look like if you’re wearing a red lehenga, you can try the dupatta in a lighter or darker tone of red or even go for an altogether different colour. Also, you can contrast your dupatta with the design of your lehenga, like if your lehenga is intricately designed then you can opt for a lighter dupatta or vice versa.
Take a walk around our photo gallery and blog page to find more relevant content and ideas and photos for yourself.
Drape your dupatta differently - Wearing red lehenga can be a little risky for bridesmaids as its the colour for the brides but by following certain tips, even the brides can rock the red radness. If you as a bridesmaid decide to wear a red ensemble, then you stinge it up a bit by the way you drape your dupatta. You can experiment by tucking it into a belt or follow the side drape. Also, you can play with the tones of dupatta in order to look different from the bride and a little more towards the quirky side.
Go for a twist with your red ensemble - You can wear red also with an indo-western outfits or something different from a lehenga. You can go for red sharara or red anarkalis. The choices and options are numerous, the decision is yours.