Lehengas undoubtedly give the bride a royal look. It is one of the most favoured outfits of the Indian brides. Though it is more popular in the Northern part of the country as a bridal outfit, most of the Indian brides love to make at least one lehenga a part of their bridal trousseau. The brides who prefer to wear saree for the weddings usually pick the lehenga as their reception outfit.
As most of the outfits, the bridal lehengas also have been going through years of evolution and fashion updates. Over the years it has become more and more fashionable than its basic ethnic look.
Let us check some of the latest trends in the bridal lehengas.
The cut-out shoulder tops and blouses have become a craze among the millennial fashionistas. Then, why not we apply this trend to the bridal lehenga fashion too? Pair your heavy lehenga choli with a plain cut-out shoulder blouse or top.
You may be familiar with the long trail of a western gown, nowadays the same look is being experienced with the bridal lehengas. It will add a much elegant and royal look to the bridal lehenga. With it, you could have your gown moment without compromising on your traditional look.
It is another import to the ethnic world from the West. The peplum blouse will give your lehenga choli a much poised and graceful look. It will look great on the brides who want to attract attention to their slender waist. It is also a great way to hide the flaws of your figure. But those who have too much extra inch around their waist please stay away from it.
This fusion trend will give you an alluring look. To get this look right you will have to sew your embellished lehenga choli to the long flared skirt. To get a more dramatic look you could also add a transparent material to the bottom of the choli and then sew it to the skirt.
This trend has got two versions - with cape sleeves and with off-shoulder capes. As the cape itself serves as a dupatta, you don't need to use a separate dupatta with this look. Some lehengas have detachable capes which would help you to repeat the outfit at another wedding.