When you think pink, your mind automatically goes to either hot pink or pastel pink. Well, we are here to show you that there are various interesting hues in pink and also multiple ways in which you can incorporate other colours into predominantly pink lehenga. Take a look below and you will understand that there is a shade of pink for every bride.

Multiple Shades Of Pink

If you want an entirely pink lehenga but also do not want to it look monotonous, then you can incorporate multiple shades of pink into the same lehenga, like the bride here. She has used shawls of two different shades and the scalloped border of the dupatta is gorgeous. The waistbelt and the golden embroidery complete the outfit. 

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Mirror Worked Lehenga

This beautiful creation by Abhinav Mishra is a great choice for a Mehndi function. When you twirl in this extensively mirror-worked lehenga, you will catch the sunlight and sparkle and everyone’s eyes are bound to be on you. Style the lehenga with a light, net dupatta and an open hairstyle.

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English Rose Print Lehenga

If you are looking for an understated, sophisticated look in soft pink, then this is a great option. The intricate rose print on the lehenga complemented by floral print on the blouse and dupatta make this outfit a perfect choice for an autumn/spring wedding. Style it with pearl jewellery and a neat bun. 

Shyamal & Bhumika, Mumbai

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With Light Stone Work

Salmon pink is a terrific colour choice if you want to avoid bright shades of pink. This lehenga in soft silk with multiple plaits is great for a spring wedding. The stonework on the attire adds the required glitz effect.

Anita Dongre

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Glitter & Shimmer

This is a beautiful blend of pink and chrome and the bride looks like a diva. The elongated train of the lehenga is an added detail that elevates the appeal of the entire outfit.

A Contrasting Choli

If you want to add a different colour, then you go for a choli in a different colour. You can choose a bright colour such as yellow or green or for pastel shades such as this. Most colours go well with pink, so you have numerous styling options. 

With Hints Of Pastels

This jacket choli with flower embroidery in pastel hues has our hearts. 

Add A Pop Of Colour

Another way to incorporate a different shade into your pink outfit is by going for a different shade in one of your double dupattas. 

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With A Dash Of White

How can we not have a Sabyasachi lehenga in every lehenga article that we have? Here, the striped dupatta provides relief from the monochrome hot pink lehenga. 

Wedding Wear Designer Pink Bridal Lehenga at Rs 3500/piece ...

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Nothing Beats Hot Pink

If you know that hot pink is the colour for you, then don’t hesitate to choose it. By choosing a design which has intricate gold embroidery such as this, you can achieve a regal and ornate look.

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Ombre Effect

Shyamal & Bhumika has a tantalising collection of wedding gowns and lehengas in ombre style. The red chilli combined with the ombre lehenga and a light shawl is perfect for a day wedding. 

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Lemonade Pink

Pink is not always flashy and bright. Designers are designing outfits in rarer and lighter shades of pink nowadays. 

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You can always mix and match your lehenga with crop tops and jackets. Try and style with jewellery of a different colour, emerald is a great option for this. We hope that we have given you some interesting options to consider. Let us know your favourites in the comments. 

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