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Finding Your Dream Bridal Lehenga
07 th Jan 2015

It is every bride’s dream to wear a bridal lehenga for her wedding that makes her look like a million bucks. All of us have, at some point or the other, stopped to stare at images on the internet or in glossy magazines that feature brides in exquisite bridal wear.

The ballooning outfits with rich embroidery and heavy zardosi work are most certainly a treat to the eyes.  Imagine what it would be like to wear such an outfit on the day of your wedding- it would be a dream comes true for every bride!

When the number of choices in the bridal market is so overwhelming, you are most likely to find it difficult to find the perfect lehenga. If you are concerned about how you will go about selecting your dream bridal lehenga, fret not. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to help you find your dream lehenga for your wedding in five simple steps. Here is how you can do so.

1. Choose a Style

Go through the styles of bridal lehengas at bridal fashion shows and choose the style that you identify with the most. Do you want a short choli or a long one? Do you like cholis with sleeves or those that are sleeveless? What’s the silhouette that you love the most – ballroom, multiple kalis or fishtail? Would you like a heavy dupatta or a light one? Once you have answers to these basic questions, you will be able to narrow down your options among the innumerable choices you have.

Finding your Dream Bridal Lehenga - Lehenga Styles

2. Choose a Colour

Do you want to stick to the conventional colours like red, green and yellow or are you in the mood to experiment with more contemporary colours? Some of the bridal lehenga colours that have been in vogue are lime, peach, pink, orange and gold. You could even go in for a white lehenga if you feel up for it.

Finding your Dream Bridal Lehenga - Lehenga colours

3. Choose the Fabric

The final look that you achieve with your bridal outfit depends on the fabric that your bridal lehenga is crafted from. Silk looks rich and regal. However, it makes your bridal lehenga extremely heavy and difficult to handle.

If you are looking for alternatives to silk, then georgette, crepe, chiffon and sheer fabrics are popular choices. They are light, easy to manage and give the outfit a fluidic look that is unparalleled.

4. Embellishments as per your Choice

You may get your lehenga made from the best of the fabrics in the trendiest of the styles. But what brings your bridal lehenga alive is the embellishment on it. Zardosi, embroidery, sequins and gota work transform the outfit from a simple lehenga to a bridal lehenga.

Browse through styles of bridal lehengas and choose the kind of embellishment that allures you the most. Remember to pick quality over quantity. Go for exquisite craftsmanship that will speak for itself and will shine through the pictures.

5. Bridal Magazines and Pinterest to your Rescue

One way of drawing inspiration and ideas for designs is to leaf through bridal magazines before you set out to shop for your bridal lehenga. These magazines will keep you up to date with the styles and the designs that are ruling the ramp today.

Finding your Dream Bridal Lehenga -Bridal Magazines

You can also find a more comprehensive collection of images is on Pinterest. The portal is abuzz with tens of thousands of pictures of bridal outfits, each better than the other.  Browse through for a couple of days to zero in on styles that are in vogue and that please you the most.

Now that you know the colour, style and the design that you are looking for, it is only a matter of finding the outfit that matches the choices you have made. The most convenient way of finding your dream lehenga is to browse through our bridal lehenga collection from the comfort of your home.

We can promise you a fabulous experience that is easy, organised and hassle-free. Where else can you sit back, throw up your feet and get your dream bridal lehenga delivered at your doorstep?!


Image credit: Pinterest

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