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Top Lehengas Of The Season

Aren’t summer weddings the dreamiest and the prettiest? Chirpy bridesmaids, perfect wedding plans, soothing destinations, and overall festive atmosphere – it all sounds so good. Light, happy and lively colours go so well with this kind of atmosphere. If you too are having a summer wedding this season, or are definitely going to attend one, we have some wedding/bridal wear trends for you that will help you select your outfits better.

Here we have listed our top five wedding outfits’ trends for this season –

  1.   Fiza Lehenga by Sabyasachi

    Sabyasachi Fiza

This ‘sorbet’ lehenga by Sabyasachi is stealing everybody’s heart with its gorgeous colour and the ease of look. Also, available in a range of other soothing colours, this lehenga is going to steal the limelight in any wedding ceremony you attend.

  1.   Citrus Lehenga by Anushree Reddy

    Anushree Reddy

Look summery-fresh in citrus hued Anushree Reddy embroidered lehenga set. While neon may have stolen the hearts of the western world, Indians aren’t much behind in catching up with this hot trend of the hot season by incorporating this fresh colour in traditional attires.

  1.   Mughal Lehenga by Tarun Tahiliani

    Tarun Tahiliani

In an everlasting quest for lightness and ease, this lehenga in the most muted Mughal pale blues, lilacs and amethyst, mixes traditional zardozi and has the studio’s favourite Swarovski pavé. Elegant and sophisticated tones paired with subtle florals make for the dream bridal ensemble.

  1.   Gul Mauhar Lehenga by Anita Dongre

    Anita Dongre - Gul Mauhar Lehenga

The aqua hued ‘Gul Mauhar’ Lehenga is inspired by the majestic forests of Ranthambore. Look closely, you’ll see beautiful storks and silent Barasinghas meandering in harmony. The trees and skies are swarming with flocks of birds as the forest comes alive on this magnificent lehenga. It is named after the beautiful Mayflower Tree.

  1.   Chakra Lehenga by Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla

    Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla

An ensemble from The ‘Chakra’ collection. Soothing earth tones set afire with elaborate multi-colour resham and gold gota hand-embroidery in this ghagra. It is worn with both a dupatta and an exquisite bandhani sari from Ahmedabad. The bandhani sari was sourced by the duo from Kamal Deep. A wonderful melange of textiles, elaborate craftsmanship and draping to create majestic beauty. Chandbalis, kadas and a romantic maangtikka designed by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla crafted by Saboo accessorise the look.


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