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Bridal Lehengas: On Trend Bridal Styles


Indian traditional wear comes in many different forms, such as sarees, salwar kameez and not forgetting the number one favourite, the lehenga. In an Indian wedding, family of the bride and groom, especially the women, can even spend months deciding what to wear. However, the most challenging decision is definitely the bride’s wedding dress. She is the heart of attention and her attire is what matters the most within the big day. For an Indian bride, especially brides from the North, the favoured bridal outfit is bridal lehengas, traditionally a combination of long skirt, blouse and stole.

Bridal lehengas: On trend bridal styles | catwalk


There are many different lehenga trends, and until a few years back contemporary were most popular and now traditional lehengas suddenly seem to be most in demand on the scene. Thanks to Bollywood movies and popular television shows, Indian brides are now choosing to go extremely traditional when it comes to picking their bridal lehengas.

A lehenga is usually a full pleated long lengh skirt in a number of colours such as burnt orange, pinks, reds, maroon, greens and yellow. The cut and shape of the blouse has recently been modernised, brides are now teaming their bridal lehenga with everything from small patterned crop tops to tightly fitted corsets.

Recent and popular lehenga trends include that of ‘Village Chic’, which includes rich and bright contrasting colours which emulate the floral prints well known cotton fabrics, but in contrast, this trend is extremely luxurious with art sliks, heavily detailed handmade embroidery and thick patched floral motifs. This rejuvenated trend is the prefect balance of down to earth and fancy!

Bridal lehengas: On trend bridal styles | village chic


Another recent popular trend is ‘Polychromatic’ lehengas. Contrasting colours are a go-to trend this season, take a chance on a stand out tasteful multicolor palette that breaches past just two or three shades. The playful contrast of colours will bring the perfect spontaneity a bridal outfit.

Bridal lehengas: On trend bridal styles | Polychromatic


The latest trends in bridal lehengas are also to do with the style of embellishments and detail on the skirt. Today, the traditional style is complete with heavy borders of gota patti work or intricately detailed embroidery which is currently in huge demand!

On-trend Indian Skirts for the Upcoming Season: Our Top Picks

The cold is closing in and we have officially entered winter, but that hasn’t stopped the influx of the Indian skirts trend which has dominated the fashion scene this Autumn/winter. Although skirts are associated with summer, we are seeing a variety of Autumn and Winter inspired designs and styles recently which are perfect for layering up and still looking trendy. 


One designer that always catches are attention when it comes to for Indian skirts is Anita Dongre, each style within her collections consists of a fusion of the old and the new, with a versatile colour palette comprising of a contrast of soft neutrals like nude and cream, to vibrant tones such as ruby reds, fuchsia pinks and peacock blues.

Anita dongre’s Jaipur bride collection consists of stunningly embellished Lehengas in rich Autumnal colours which are a definite favourite of ours this season, all of which are extremely unique yet characteristically Indian.

In relation to this, Anita has stated that a Jaipur Bride is said to be beautiful, complex, full of colour and very powerful. The collection is packed with unique beauty to each skirt designs and is what every bride-to-be could dream of. This particular exclusive collection is tailor made for the new-age Indian bride who want expand from the ordinary.

 


Another designer who has stood out to us is Siddartha Tytler, who creates the most unique skirt designs of all. According to the Indian designer “Novel silhouettes, innovative structural elements, new fangled patterns, ‘wear-ability’ and originality are the essential elements in every creation at the Siddartha Tytler studio". 

When creating one of his pieces an important factor come into play: changing trends or the inspiration by elements that exist as part of our everyday lives.


Siddhartha's extraordinary attention to detail is witnessed in the sharply defined silhouettes of his Indian skirts, we personally love the intricate detail showcased in each one of his garments, which is usually combined with dark colour tones and gold detailing. 

Making women look good is what Siddharta Tytler does best, form fitting or free-flowing, the silhouettes of these skirt designs emphasis the natural curves of the women’s body with a focus on surface ornamentation and unique embellishment. Never one to ignore bling, his forte is the use of crystal embellishment combined with gorgeously detailed thread work, a match made in heaven!



BUYING LEHENGA SAREES ONLINE


Indian designers are eager to popularize Indian fashion worldwide. Sarees are most commonly associated with India however there are a lot of possibilities with different designs, patterns and colours. Designers are always eager to incorporate contemporary western fashion trends into new saree designs. One of the outcomes of this is Lehenga sarees.
Online fashion stores have a vast range of different lehenga sarees, so it is easy just to shop from the comfort of your own home. Here are some tips to make the most from your online shopping experience:
Firstly you must check which sarees are in fashion as the trends change regularly. You must also know that there are different lehenga sarees for different occasions for example engagements, puja, weddings and parties.
Secondly you must also buy a blouse piece and petticoat cloth to go with the ensemble, just in case the saree is made from sheer fabric or net.
Make sure you choose your fabric carefully. High quality is the best if you are investing a lot of money into your saree. Lehenga sarees look best in georgette, velvet and net.



Indian designers are eager to popularize Indian fashion worldwide. Sarees are most commonly associated with India however there are a lot of possibilities with different designs, patterns and colours. Designers are always eager to incorporate contemporary western fashion trends into new saree designs. One of the outcomes of this is Lehenga sarees.
Online fashion stores have a vast range of different lehenga sarees, so it is easy just to shop from the comfort of your own home. Here are some tips to make the most from your online shopping experience:
Firstly you must check which sarees are in fashion as the trends change regularly. You must also know that there are different lehenga sarees for different occasions for example engagements, puja, weddings and parties.
Secondly you must also buy a blouse piece and petticoat cloth to go with the ensemble, just in case the saree is made from sheer fabric or net.
Make sure you choose your fabric carefully. High quality is the best if you are investing a lot of money into your saree. Lehenga sarees look best in georgette, velvet and net.

Madhuri Dixit showcases one of Manish Malhotra's Bridal Lehengas

Traditionally, red bridal lehengas are what many indian women wear on their big day. Madhuri Dixit posed elegantly in this embroidered designer lehenga by Manish Malhotra, which includes the traditional colour red. Would you wear this stunning outfit on your wedding day?


For more beautiful wedding outfits, check out Strand of Silk

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Gorgeous Wedding Lenghas


Look at this gorgeous cream and gold lengha.

If you like this style and want to find wedding lenghas that suit you, you can visit Strand Of Silk's bridal page.

Red and Gold Wedding Lenghas to capture the attention of everyone






Each bride everywere in the world wants to look like a princess for her wedding. In India it is the same. So if you want to look like a princess you can wear gold and red wedding lenghas which seem to be the perfect combination of colours for the bride in the picture.

Other gorgeous weeding Lehenga see here.

IBFW 2013: Bridal Lehengas Highlights from Day 1 to Day 3

The most important fashion extravaganza in Indian bridal couture has started a few days ago in Mumbai. The first day saw an opening show by fashion designers Jyotsna Tiwari and Tarun Tahiliani. It was a line inspired from the seven colours of navratan jewellery for the first, while a mix of modern and traditional Indian bridalwear silhouettes for the second, especially in the bridal lehengas category. 





On the Day 2 the fashion show was led by Pallavi Jaikishan and by Gaurav Gupta’s Lightfall line, which featured saree gowns and exquisite bridal lehengas sets. 




The following day Indian designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacok stroke everybody’s attention with their collection made precious by heavy embroidered garments in luxe lace, georgette, chiffon and net, all adorning their collection of bridal lehengas and bridal sarees.










Which collection do you love the most?
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Bridal Lehengas proposals for every taste!

When it comes to bridal lehengas it seems impossible to choose which is the best one to wear! White is definitely more romantic but what about an explosion of colours for the most unforgettable day of your life?  

Which one do you prefer?







For a broader selection of bridal lehengas take a look at Strand of Silk!


Gorgeous Bridal Lehengas at Manish Malothra's Flagship in Delhi

Manish Malhotra, the king of bling has expanded his retail empire by opening his first ever flagship store in Delhi, showcasing different bridal pieces but especially glamorous bridal lehengas. The store will hold his signature pieces as well as his recent lines.

True to Manish’s style, the flagship is located in an imperial haveli that has a mix of modern touches. Spread over an expansive 6,000 sq feet, the d├ęcor has shades of gold and gray. 





Jacqueline Fernandez Knows How to Don Bridal Lehengas on the Ramp!

The beautiful Jacqueline has recently 

walked the ramp for a fashion show in 

Pune. She looked shining wearing one of the bridal lehengas showcased for the occasion and we totally agree about the fact that she perfectly kept it simple with accessories and hair style.   



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Aishwarya Rai looking Stunning in Bridal Lehengas Abhishek

Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan pictured posing, with Aishwarya showing of this wonderful red outfit from her collection of bridal lehengas.

Do you like it?


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Bridal Lehengas Have a New Style

The Indian festive season is close and the most exciting news for bridal wear come from the catwalk and the star system. Although Indian women are known for preferring traditional bridal sarees and bridal lehengas, a new trend is spreading across the young ladies. 

The half-lehenga saree, influenced from international fashions and designs, is the successful result of a cultural combination of sarees and lehengas, a comfortable and convenient style to wear without losing the elegance of the traditional attires. 

It does not take too much time and effort to put on as usual sarees do. In fact, it presents a zip along the side that adjusts to your relevant size and measurements. Do you like it?


Picture of the Day: Aishwarya Rai Wearing Beautiful Bridal lenghas

Have a look at how Bridal lenghas in red tones are beautiful: Aishwarya Rai at the launch of Kalyan Jewellers Ludhiana Store wore this amazing style
What do you think?


Shop New Bridal Lenghas by Rakeesh Agarvwal

Today we would like to show you a selection of beautiful bridal lenghas from the new collection of Raakesh Agarvwal.

His repertoire of wedding focused sarees, lenghas and dresses has a classic styling and intuitive design and even this season the contemporary look has been a crucial mark.
Have a look at these pink and golden designer bridal lenghas – they are perfect for an elegant and delicate statement for your special occasions!
















Exquisite Bridal Lenghas for Your Dream Outfit!

      

Whenever you are looking for a traditional or contemporary style for your wedding, have a look at these exquisite bridal lenghas by Raakesh Agarvwal, Siddartha Tytler or Payal Singhal on Strand of Silk and leaving you enchanted by the exquisite handmade embroideries and vibrant colours!

                         



Picture of the Day: Bridal Lehenghas in Ram Leela Movie Protest

A court told police to register a case against Bollywood director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, actor Ranveer Singh, actress Deepika Padukone pictured wearing bridal lenghas for allegedly hurting religious sentiments of people in their upcoming movie "Ram Leela" - what do you think?


Indian Bridal Wear in New Delhi by Anita Dongre

Anita’s show at Lakme Fashion Week was definitely incredible and unforgettable. But the show is about to start again as the Indian designer will present her new Indian bridal wear collection in a two-day trunk show at the MG Mall, in New Delhi, on September 13 and 14.

The Jaipur Bride 2013 collection will feature bridal lehengas and anarkalis. Her work should include an original twist of linear symmetry as well as geometric patterns. 
Dongre’s Indian bridal wear will boast not only the trendiest colors such as hot pink, lime greens and corals but also the classic gold and cream.




Find your dream outfit!