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bridal lehenga images

When a bride walks in towards the stage on her wedding day, all eyes are on her. A ghunghat that covers the beautiful hairstyle. A maang tika, along with the heavy, matching jewellery. Heavily lidded eyes with sparkling makeup. A deep red shade on her lips matching her chuda. Kaleere hanging from her dark mehendi stained wrists.  And of course, the beautiful legehna she’s dressed in. For every bride, the selection of that perfect lehenga is essential for her big day. Women are fond of their traditional look in the lehenga choli. It becomes a lengthy task to find out that one lehenga they want to get married in. Here are some bridal lehenga images of the different types and styles.

Types and Styles – Bridal Lehenga Images

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Here are different types of Bridal Lehenga you can try –

1) Blood Red Lehenga

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The classic and bold red lehengas is the first colour anyone can think of when they think about a wedding. The colour scheme of gold and red is glorious and royal.

3) Golden Lehenga with Red Dupatta

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As draped by singer Akriti Kakar, an all- golden lehenga goes with a red dupatta like two pieces of a puzzle to make a beautiful complete picture!

3) Red and Green Lehenga

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The blend of two appealing and exquisite shades gives the bride an enchanting look.

4) Red Lehenga With Silverwork

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Another beautiful, classy combination with red is of silver fine embroidery. Preferably for those brides who are just ready to engage their heart-snatching look into more mesmerising one.

5) Smooth as Silk

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Silk lehengas give a subtle, mesmerising look and flow smoothly as the bride walks for the crowd to see.

6) The Royalty of Blue

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Royal blue is a gorgeous colour for a lehenga, and for someone who is not a fan of heavy embroidery. Light designs of golden with the velvety shade is the perfect pick.

7) Turquoise Sea

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A bright, subtle shade best suited for weddings taking place in daylight.

8) Pretty Peach

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This peach lehenga worn by Priyanka Chopra displays beautifully how a simple peach shade can make you look exceptional on your D-Day.

9) Angel in White

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Another extraordinarily beautiful shade to get hitched in is the heavenly white bordered and embroidered with golden, giving the liberty to play with the colour of jewellery.

10) Pink Perfection

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Nothing is better than a marvellous pink shade on the wedding day! Celebrities including Anushka Sharma, Bharti Singh, and Smriti Khanna among many wore pink on their weddings. Pink is the new Red!

11) Multi-Colour it up!

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Can’t decide on a colour? Not to worry! Multicolour lehengas for all those who are always confused about what to wear, so grab one of these and slay anyway!

Let’s Come to Different Styles of Lehengas –

1) Circular/Flared Lehenga

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It is beautiful attractive and one of the oldest and traditional style. This lehenga has a broad flare and forms a complete circle at the hem. With its extreme volume and numerous pleats at the hem, it adds extreme volume below the waist. Too much embroidery on the fabric won’t be a really good choice for this type.

2) A – Line Lehenga

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This lehenga has the usual A-line hem that forms a perfect A. This is a perfect and an easy to carry lehenga. The lehenga is tighter at the waist and flares out to the bottom, with a small number of pleats.

3) Straight Cut Lehenga

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A straight cut lehenga has a straight skirt that flows along the body curves. This is the most adaptable style and goes well with almost all the body types. You need to be very careful to wear the right inners with this lehenga as it is extremely skin hugging.

4) Panelled Lehenga

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This lehenga consists of horizontal panels of fabrics that go alongside with the flare. This leads to an increased volume of the flare due to the existence of a number of panels. It creates a slimming effect since it hides extra fab.

5) Double Dupatta Lehenga

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Double dupatta lehenga is a modernised way of draping it. One dupatta goes around the body while the other is used to cover the head, giving the bride an enchanting look.

6) Half Saree Lehenga

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Inspired from the traditional South Indian half saree, this lehenga gives a virtual saree look without the need to actually wear one. The look is basically due to the way one drapes the dupatta with the lehenga, and is usually is a low flare A-line lehenga.

7) Lehengas with Jacket

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This style is very fresh in the world of weddings and is the look you should try. The lehengas are kept flary and simple with a long jacket made in zardozi embroidery. Since only the hem of the lehenga is visible through the jacket, these tend to have broad laces with heavy work on them.

Let us know about any other type of lehenga. A perfect lehenga according to your body type won’t only highlight your personality but will also make you feel confident.

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