Monday, 2 December 2013

latest Trends in Bridal Lehenga

Earlier, brides of North India were characterized for wearing Lehenga cholli on their wedding day. Today’s breeds of cosmopolitan brides have come a long way since then. They are known to wear attires on their wedding day as it looks feminine and sensual. Never the less, we can easily say that this vogue of wearing this traditional outfit is here to stay. Take a look at all important designer’s bridal collection. Right from Sabyasachi to Ritu Kumar, all the designers are actually known for designing beautiful bridal Lehengas for the brides of today’s generation.

One can easily say, that sky is the limit with these astonishing outfits. The usual traditional variety is known to be adorned with intricate and heavy work ensuring that these outfits stand apart from the other clothes. They are adorned with both silver and gold thread and decorated using stones, crystals and sequins all over the attire.

The first thing that comes to our mind is what is meant by a Lehnga?

It is undoubtedly one of the traditional wedding garments chosen by women of India. In fact, if you browse through history, then you will be surprised to see that in earlier days women were known to wear this garment on a daily basis. However, with the passage of time, women now are known to wear this garment on special and rare occasions. The garment is known to come in three pieces – a stole, a blouse and a long skirt called Lehnga. The skirt is usually ankle length and flowing in nature. The blouse is short with a deep back and front. Most of the cases the blouse is midriff baring. The stole is worn like a dupatta to complete the look.

Latest Trends:

Net Sheer Lehnga:

 Most of the brides are known to be opting for this garment. Today’s generation of brides are extremely prudent, they realize that wearing heavy apparel on their wedding day might worn them out. As a result, they choose lighter net sheer options that not only look well but also drape well. These net options look beautiful when adorned with crystals like Swarovski and teamed up with diamonds.

Muslim Inspired:


 If you are tired of wearing long ankle length flowing skirts and want a variation, then opt for these Muslim inspired Lehengas that come like Shararas and Ghararas. These are variations of these outfits where the skirts are replaced with Parallals that are tight towards the knee and then flowy. Most muslim brides are known to opt for these options.

Fish Tail:


Just like every other thing is going Indo Western, these traditional attires have also evolved into an Indo western option like Fish Tail lehenga. Here the apparel looks exactly like a fish tail skirt. It accentuates the curvaceous body of the bride and makes them stand distinctly apart from the other.
Visit an online Indian sari stores for buying the latest Bridal outfits in supreme quality, designs and patterns at reasonable cost.


  1. Designer bridal lehengas are adorable in their design. The vividness we see in design are in number. They have appealing look through a great art work.