Hey Gorgeous! The wedding season is here and if you’re looking for the trendiest lehengas of 2017 you have come to the right place.
Women have always been very picky about their casual and formal wear dresses; especially their wedding dress. Brides these days are clear with what they want, But when you come to think of it, designer lehengas these days do not come cheap. But with the help of small-time designers and the quick flow of images on the internet, getting the same bridal lehenga made is not at all a nightmare anymore.
A bridal lehenga must be chosen keeping in mind the following two important steps:
- Understand the body shape –heavy bottom, heavy top, hour glass shape, slim or heavy from all sides shape.
- Determine the skin tone –very fair, fair, and dusky with olive undertones or dark skinned.
The design and cut can be customized to the body shape and skin tone so that you look THE BEST on your special day. The next step would be to fix your budget. Decide the color you’d like to wear and finally choose the fabric that you feel will look best on your body structure.
SIZZLING GLAMOUR has put up the following photo gallery of elegant Beautiful Bridal Lehengas that would introduce you with the fresh and latest designs of Lehengas for brides. The collection features Lehengas for the year 2017, which have been admired by the public. You may get a new idea to design a dress of your own choice by picking out one of these styles.
Keep visiting SIZZLING GLAMOUR for more of the latest trends and make your wedding day a memorable day for generations of your family.
This is a red and maroon lehenga made by silk fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery.
This is a pink and majenta lehenga made by georgette fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery, stone, thread, zari.
This is a red and maroon lehenga made by art dupion silk and khadi, the work is done by machine embroidery, stone, thread, zari.
This is a pink and majenta with red and maroon color lehenga made by net fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery, stone, kasab, resham.
This is a beige and brown color lehenga made by net fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery, stone, thread, zari.
This is a beige and brown color lehenga made by crepe fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery, lace, stone, thread, zari.
This is a beige, brown, white and off-white color lehenga made by net fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery, border, resham, thread, zari.
This is a blue, black and sea blue color lehenga made by silk fabric, the work is done by machine embroidery, border, resham, thread, zari.
This is a black, grey and silver color lehenga with a trail made by silk fabric.
Anarkali lehenga is one in which the choli is sewn with long anarkalis that go down to the length of the lehenga. It may also have a sheer anarkali “top” over the choli that ends a couple of inches above the floor.
This is a long, ankle-length jacket over the lehenga. The jacket may be opaque, in silk or crepe, and may take place of the choli, or it may be sheer to be worn over a cropped choli.
Gota border has been in trend amongst lehenga designs since 2014, and this year, designers have embroidered gold borders. Both wide and narrow borders are trendy. Also try heavy tassles at the corners of dupatta.
Long sleeves is another trend that may be helpful for destination weddings or Winter brides! Try full or long sleeves with gowns or long cholis.
Velvet is still going strong in weddings. Velvet lehengas seem too heavy? Try velvet cholis with silk lehengas or velvet patch-work.
For the unorthodox brides, lots of different styles in wedding dresses are in vogue. Try Indo-Western gowns or sari-lehengas. Print patch-work or layered gowns are also trendy.
Sizzling Glamour Advice:
Work? The latest styles have crystal, dabka, dori, gota, zardozi, mirror work, patchwork and brocade.
What Colors? The trendiest colors for Winter 2016-2017 are wine, red ombre, blush fuchsia. Orange, gold, classic red, rose pink and champagne are also popular.
What Fabrics? The latest fabrics for wedding lehengas are silk and raw silk, net, satin, velvet and crepe. Velvet and silk are popular for cholis, and net and georgette for dupattas.
So, did you like these latest trends in bridal dresses? Which one would you wear for your wedding? Let me know below! XOXO
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