Lehenga is the Indian equivalent of the glamorous gown as it is reserved for exclusive occasions. While it is common to wear a subtle saree on everyday basis, a lehenga expresses festivity and celebration. Such festive attire deserves exquisite treatment to make those rare lehenga worthy evenings special.
The famed designers have a daunting task to come up with exciting lehenga designs every season. However the talented designers seem to have infinite ideas in their stash to stun everyone with mesmerising lehenga designs season after season. Let’s have a look at the latest beautiful lehenga designs by 8 brilliant Indian fashion designers.
The coveted designer for the modern bride does not fail to impress her audience with her varied contemporary design temperament. Her lehenga designs can be uplifted by choosing eclectic cholis from her collection.
The sea foam lehenga by the designer is a beautiful work exhibiting brocade on net. The embellished border brings a great end to the lehenga, which is teamed on the top by a beige gota patti embellished choli. A matching sea foam sheer dupatta completes the look.
The white classic lehenga by Anita Dongre exudes a pristine look with divine golden floral brocade work on net. The designer’s signature gota patti borders highlight the lehenga. A striking gota embellished sleeveless blouse and peach dupatta become the right amount of accents for the understated lehenga look.
Manish Malhotra is a designer who needs no introduction. He is one of the most famous Indian designers who is known even outside the fashion fraternity due to his contribution to Bollywood. His latest lehenga designs are par excellence.
The yellow lehenga with resham embroidery by the designer is so unique and pleasing that you just cannot take your eyes off it. The striking colour is subdued by delicate resham floral embroidery on the hemline. The beauty of the lehenga is enhanced by a long sleeveless overlay that exposes the lehenga through sheer fabric covered with coordinating floral embroidery and sequins.
The old rose lehenga set with mirror work with its blush pink colour stands apart from the conventional Indian lehengas. The lehenga skirt presents a breathtaking charm with the resham embroidery intertwined with mirror work. The matching sleeveless blouse with pin tucks elevates the style factor of the outfit.
The power designer’s lehengas are any Indian bride’s dream. The designer is well known to merge art and fabric to create inimitable masterpiece ensembles.
The topaz jewel collection lehenga saree looks great with the contrasting topaz and black. The georgette lehenga features a golden brocade border and is accompanied by a chiffon dupatta to give a saree look. The halter neck black blouse with a jewelled neckline creates high impact and adds interest to the lehenga design.
The fuchsia ceramic lehenga set with ombre dupatta by the designer displays a layered look on net with attractive border on hemline. The fuchsia lehenga is paired beautifully with a sleeveless brocade blouse and ombre dupatta. The lehenga design with warm colour palette evokes the celebratory spirit.
No one can make kitsch look better than Manish Arora. The designer brings his international fashion sensibilities to the Indian lehengas as well. You will definitely feel like an international fashion icon in his out of this world lehenga designs.
The blue floral embroidered lehenga exhibits Manish Arora’s signature style and the vibrant blue base is decorated with pink-red floral appliqués. The detailed golden rexine embroidery adds glamour to the lehenga. The paired stretchable blouse elevates the contemporary outlook of the lehenga.
The neon pink hearts lehenga has golden hearts spread on pink dupion and an exquisite border. The delightful lehenga is paired with a lime green stretchable choli.
The rexine necklaces displayed with the lehengas are genius creations by the talented designer.
Ritu Kumar’s touch has glorified Indian ethnic wear and her lehenga designs are definitely the ones to watch out for every year.
The blue zardozi embroidered bridal lehenga is an ode to the traditional Indian bride. Appealing intricate hand zardozi embroidery work on the blue and turquoise lehenga makes it a presentation of rich Indian heritage. The silk satin fabric adds grandeur to the bridal lehenga.
The first thing that strikes about the enchanting green silk printed lehenga choli set is the colour palette. The lime green and blue hues have created magic together with Banarasi inspired printing on silk fabric. The lehenga is further highlighted by hand ari embroidery.
Neeta Lulla is another designer who has contributed remarkably to the Indian fashion world with her outstanding creations. Her lehenga designs are always one of a kind and much sought after.
NSL-KV-126 is a powder pink variation from the diffusion lehenga collection of the designer. It has a unique filigree style kanjeevaram appliqué work on net. The orange underskirt brings out the stunning lehenga design. The thick silk border in yelow gold and green creates a beautiful framework to the design.
The timeless red net bridal lehenga, NSL-PC-33, has the state of art resham patchwork. The resham floral patchwork repeats in the coordinating blouse and dupatta enhancing the splendour of the outfit. The contrast of bold red and fragile embroidery works well to present an attractive silhouette.
Playful colours and interesting prints are signature to Satya Paul brand. The brand has made traditional Indian wear endearing for today’s woman with unusual original treatment.
The blue embellished net lehenga by the designer features a sharp laser cut blue net lehenga with circular motifs displaying green metallic foil lining underneath. The lehenga has a very modern outlook displaying the typical Satya Paul style.
The red embroidered net lehenga has a unique look with a collared long tunic over it. The tunic as well as the lehenga flaunts beautiful ornamental work on crepe fabric. Gold border and zardozi work highlight the grandeur of the lehenga.
The designer, who likes to create surreal and magical outfits with generous shimmer, also offers amazing lehengas. His lehenga designs reflect his famous saree gown touch with asymmetrical silhouettes and interesting appeal.
The forest silt champagne sari lehenga displays an exhilarating silhouette with asymmetrically cut layers in Taffeta silk. The designer succeeds in bringing the gown look to this lehenga. The embellished net dupatta gives the lehenga a delicate charm like the saree.
The embroidered gray jacket and lehenga is an exciting twist to the traditional lehenga look. The lehenga transitioning from smoke gray to ash gray with bugle bead embroidery gets a metamorphosis through the snap buttoned exaggerated shoulder jacket which is also embellished with floral bugle bead embroidery all over.
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