Feeling bored with cliché lehenga designs? It’s time to ditch the pastels or fluorescent colours and experiment with something new this season. While we love to flaunt those floral prints and classy embroideries, we feel vibrant couture like lehenga shouldn’t be restricted to a single hue.
Let there be fun and more style with multicolour lehengas. Generally, lehenga choli is donned at traditional events, wedding parties, or festivals. Since celebrations in India is all about colours, why not portray the same with our outfits! Check out this specially curated list of top 5 multi-coloured lehengas you can take inspiration from.
Indo-Western Multi-Coloured Lehenga
Ananya Panday’s indo-wester multi-coloured lehenga by Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla is great for those small, or pre-wedding events. The designer is known to combine ethnic aesthetics with modern designs for all other dresses like Anarkali suits or sarees. The ensemble is simple and vibrant with beautiful golden gotta work on it. The choli is standing out on its own and at the same time complementing the multi-colour skirt. The 19-year-old star is looking stunning by keeping her make-up minimal, and by adding only a mang tikka.
Multi-Coloured Bridal Lehenga
If you think multi-coloured lehengas are only for the bridesmaids and not for the bride herself, then you’re probably wrong! Yes, we love the charm of reds and pinks, but colourful couture like the Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s designer lehenga is ought to enhance and bring out that peppy and vivacious side of a bride. Mutli-coloured lehenga cholis have been a hit among brides for a long time. But, now in 2020, this trend has become a persistent boom. This lehenga is an ideal multi-coloured dress to tie the knot in! It has its most elegant zardosi work with zari embroidery, precious pearls, beads, and Gota Patti etched with rich gold threads on satin fabric.
Geometric Pattern Multi-Coloured Lehenga
Lately, fashionista Jacqueline Fernandez has been seen in various styles of lehengas. While some had stunning sequin work, others were silk fabric ones. But, when it comes to finding an ensemble for those traditional affairs, we think Jacqueline’s geometric pattern multi-coloured lehenga is the best. This design by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla is featuring a broad striped detail on the hemline and a semi-sheer dupatta. The elaborated work on the skirt and easy golden border seem perfect.
Breezy Multi-Coloured Lehenga
Have you bought a yellow lehenga for Haldi, green for Mehendi and red for your wedding day, and now you can’t decide what to wear at a sangeet ceremony? We say combine it all and wear something like this, a breezy multi-coloured lehenga. This has all the right traditional colours and a balance of white. The alluring applique work with flowy, see-through dupatta is just what you want to wear during a sangeet ceremony.
Colourful Traditional Lehenga
When it comes to lehengas, Ambanis know exactly how to slay in this couture in this best way possible. The newest member of the Ambani clan, Shloka wore this stunning lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee at Armaan Jain’s wedding. She stole the thunder dressed in this ensemble that featured multiple shades of green, pink, and yellow. It also had ace designer’s classic patchwork border. Not just the skirt, but the emerald green blouse is also to die for. And, let’s not forget that sheer pop orange dupatta. We say altogether an ensemble like this is just ideal for any wedding party!
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