With the incoming wedding season, the unofficial lehenga season is also around the corner. Indian weddings which are full of pomp, glory and celebrations create a different vibe altogether which is truly incomplete without the perfect designer lehengas. These lehengas are one of those essential wedding items that most of the women folks dream of. Today they are available in various designs, patterns, colours and shades in various Indian online and offline stores across the UK. These days there is the ongoing trend of off- beat contrasting colour combinations that makes this graceful dress appear more elegant and beautiful. So, if you are someone looking for the trending new colour combinations that can be tried this wedding season, then this article is for you. Here are a few combinations that are worth going for.
Silver and Blue Embroidered Lehenga
Blue is the most off- beat colour when it comes to weddings. But the peacock blue lehengas with the subtle yet elegant embroidery or the stone work adds to the grace and the beauty of the dress. The lehengas usually worn in the weddings specially by the brides come in either bright colour such as red, maroon, pink, etc or in the pastel shades of peach, baby pink, etc. But blue coloured wedding lehengas are trending these days which are a must wear if you are someone looking to try a dress that you haven’t tried earlier.
Lavender Lehenga with Stone Work
Indian wedding dresses have a lot of options to choose from but as the wedding season approaches, a certain design steals the limelight and almost everyone ends up wearing the same lehenga. So, if you are someone who wants to try an entirely different look, try going for the lavender and silver combination lehenga. The light lavender colour will give you the subtle look and the silver stone work will add to the shine and sparkle of the dress. Pairing it up with the stone studded jewelleries and other accessories will give you a completely new and different look.
Magenta with Golden Works
Magenta- the colour in itself speaks a lot about the royalty and grandeur. There are various colours which radiate the vibe of royalty from them but a colour emitting the royalty combined with the modern look is magenta. This wedding season try going for a look which is not only off- beat and rare but will help you in combining the traditional and the modern look at the same time. The gold designer works and the fine embroidery work carved on the fabric makes it even more glamorous and enchanting. Team up this lehenga with the golden jewellery which would go with the contrasting side lines of the dress and here you are ready with the all new and very less tried look for the upcoming wedding season.
Green Lehenga with Silver Stone Works
Of the various colours doing rounds in this wedding season, choosing green at times becomes conventional. But, as there are numerous shades of green as well, we are talking about the bold and enchanting bottle green colour. This bottle green lehenga will be easily available in various fabrics but, make sure that the contrasting colour that goes along with this green is subtle yet attractive. If you are someone wanting to go for a non-shiny yet glamorous look, go for bottle green lehengas with a brown addition to it. On the other hand, if you are someone who would love to add a little sparkle and shine to your wedding dress, try going for the silver stone work bottle green lehengas. They look amazing when paired with the contrasting jewellery and other accessories.
This wedding season, the brides- to-be just give a try to the various off- beat colours rather than going for the conventional tones of red and its subsidiaries or the pastel shades that are no more the rare and less tried option. Instead, consider going for colours such as magenta, turquoise blue, etc. These Indian wedding dresses are less tried but look more eye- catching and gorgeous when worn once in a lifetime. Also, as a brownie point, try going for a party wear lehenga rather than an extremely traditional one as it can be re- designed and used again if required.