If there is one month that is loved by all fashionistas then it has to be September, as most of the fashion events are held during this month. The circumstances are sure different this year, but that didn’t stop one of the biggest industries in India, the fashion industry from blowing everyone’s mind away!
In 2020, the fashion fraternity enjoyed its first-ever Digital Couture Week that lasted for six days. Almost 12 designers represented their designs on Fashion Design Council of India’s (FDCI) official social media handles and website. The fall bridal collection is said to set the biggest bridal wear trends of the year. And that’s why we have curated a list of bridal lehengas that we think will suit you the best for your upcoming wedding. Check it out!
Sunnet Verma’s Golden Lehenga
Are you not into traditional reds and pinks? This beautiful lehenga-choli by designer Suneet Verma is meant for you. No matter if you have a small frame or a lean body, the timeless design is said to suit all, since it is made up of sheer, lucid fabrics. We also loved the delicate placement of embellishments, beads and sequins.
Manish Malhotra’s Pistachio Green Lehenga
Actress Janhvi Kapoor won hearts by turning Manish Malhotra’s show stopper for his collection Ruhaaniyat. Breaking the monotony Manish played around with pastel colours that are not generally used for Indian brides. However, the intricate work and traditional jewellery made Janhvi look like a royal princess.
JJ Valaya’s Red Bridal Lehenga
Designer JJ Valaya presented his collection named Bushra at the Indian Couture week. The inspiration for the collection has been taken from the royal nomads and Ottoman sultans. If you like conventional colours and embroidery you can go with this set that has a delicate sheer dupatta and matching choli with a subtle punch of yellow hues.
Falguni Shane Peacock’s Red Traditional Lehenga
Designer duo Falguni Shane Peacock presented their collection called Marry Me in Jaipur at India Couture Week. Gorgeous Shraddha Kapoor turned show stopper for them. She wore a contemporary piece that showcased vibrant traditional hues. The bridal wear collection is inspired from “Jaipur’s architectural marvels, its heritage palaces, the traditional arches and adornments in the form of animal motifs, such as those of peacock, birds, butterflies, elephants and other floral and foliage embroidery forms,” they revealed on their social media page.
Anju Modi’s Red Lehenga
Are you about to have a day wedding and looking for something light, traditional and mesmerising? Anju Modi’s Sindoori collection is something you might like. The multi-layered red lehenga seems to have that wow factor and elegance of authentic Indian ensembles. It is conventional in every aspect and will allow the bride to shine along with it!
Dolly J’s Maroon Raw Silk Lehenga Set
We Indians love vibrancy, especially when it comes to weddings and brides. Clubbing red joda along with beautiful ornaments is what most Indian girls invasion their bridal looks to be. Dolly J seems to have made this amazing maroon raw silk lehenga set keeping the same in mind. You just can’t help yourself from falling in love with this piece with gold silk thread zardozi embroidery that comes with embellished choli and two tulle dupattas with borders.
Reynu Tandon’s Red Lehenga
Red is not just the colour of brides in India, but it seems like it has also become an official shade of the FDCI India Couture Week 2020. Looking at this piece, which according to Reynu’s IG page has been “tastefully crafted” with exotic motifs, and rich hues, we couldn’t keep calm! She named her amazing collection Surkh under which she showcased one of the best red lehenga collection.
Falguni Shane Peacock’s Red Bridal Lehenga
The designer duo presented another red lehenga that has the richest golden embroidery. The embroidery is not just in gold, but also in red, pink and green. The designers on their social media account further explained, “The ensemble is replete with numerous stones, crystals and bead adorned on floral and foliage motifs. The ensemble is styled with a handcrafted, cropped corset blouse with deep neckline and red tassels detailing, along with a tulle dupatta encrusted with crystals.”
JJ Valaya’s Navy Blue Lehenga
If you think that you had enough of red then try this floral navy blue lehenga by none other than JJ Valaya. This is also part of the amazing Bushra collection. The best part about this piece is that the set is traditional in its own ways with the right amount of oomph. The maroon sheer dupatta (how to give new look to dupattas) is adding the subtle bridal element to the whole appearance, which we love.
Gaurav Gupta’s Cascading Saree Lehenga
Are you not into traditional attires even when it comes to your wedding? Don’t worry, Gaurav Gupta’s cascading saree lehenga is something you might fall in love with. “A concept lehenga, each embellished strip on the bodice is joined and fabricated into structured wings, the creation slips into a cascading skirt accented with iridescent brushstroke embroidery and over layered with a fluid drape,” said the designer while describing his design on Instagram.
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