6 Heavy Lehenga Styles that every bride should consider wearing on her special day

6 Heavy Lehenga Styles that every bride should consider wearing

We Indians are obsessed with marriages and their celebrations. And guess who the most viewed and important person is during these ceremonies? Yes, it’s the bride! So, the bride must look drop-dead gorgeous during the event and wear the most astounding attire during the functions. While we love the different types of traditional wear for brides, like sarees, sharara, and so on, the charm of wearing a lehenga is unmatched! So, if you are looking for some admirable heavy lehenga styles for your wedding, then read on.

The traditional red and gold lehenga

  • The traditional red and gold lehenga – Reds on brides look really superb. And when you are picking this traditional shade for your bridal attire, make it more astounding by getting one with gold work embedded on it. This gold work can be the handwork that’s so much in trend nowadays, or the golden motifs or mirror work that not increases the weight of the lehenga but also its appearance. Match it with your heavy gold jewellery, and you’ll be a bride to be remembered for ages for her beauty and presentation.
  • Pink and silver lehenga – As pastel and deeper tones take their place, the traditional tint of pink is gradually leaving Indian weddings. However, it is unquestionably something you should think about for your wedding if the designs and embroidery are good. A pink bridal lehenga with elaborate silver embroidery covers the entire garment. The lehenga’s flares finished with large borders at the bottom, and vertical motifs along the length look stunning. Additionally, it makes the lehenga’s design more amazing.
  • The heavy blouse and dupatta effect – A lehenga will look heavier and glamorous if you pair it with a heavily worked blouse. You can keep its bottom minimal if you want. But then let the attention be grabbed by a heavily bordered and worked duppata going over it. For example, a floral printed lehenga in light pastel shades looks marvellous with a mirror-worked blouse and pastel dupatta with lace borders and mirrors in between.
  • Go for double dupattas over the lehenga – Some brides like to wear light lehenga skirts and even keep the blouse basic. For such brides, wearing a lehenga set with thick twin dupattas is another way to wear hefty bridal lehengas. You will look absolutely lovely because of the richly bejeweled headdress, and the main dupatta features excellent stone and mirror embroidery. A thick lehenga is wonderfully complemented by this outfit, giving you a very regal appearance.
  • The begum style lehenga – Remember the begums of the Mughal Empire? They used to wear Shararas with heavy zardozi work and gota in shades like gold, silver, and metallic. With the lehenga, we suggest you go for the same style; just replace the sharara kameez with the right-fitted lehenga blouse and the bottom of this style. (You can mimic the jewellery style of the begums if you want and look completely royal at your wedding.)
  • The long patterned lehenga bottom – Here is another tip that will definitely make your bridal entry and appearance a fabulous one! You can wear a darker-toned lehenga bottom with long or large patterns of geometrical figures embroidered over it. Pick the dupatta of similar colour and ensure it carries the same pattern. Match it with multi-coloured jewellery, and you are ready to slay your wedding function perfectly.