Traditional Wedding Lehengas 2021
Lehenga is a beautiful garment worn by women and it has been worn from the 10th century. With Mughal craftsmanship, it became very attractive with a lot of embroidery and sequins. Earlier it was made out of cotton but it evolved later and it was made out of silk and brocade. Costly embellishments were added and it became a favourite bridal wear.
What Is A Lehenga?
It is a three-piece dress with a long ankle length skirt, a blouse and a dupatta. Bridal lehengas are made attractive with embroidery and sequins and they come in attractive colours. Brides can choose from A line lehengas, flared, double flared and paneled. Brides can choose the skirt type depending on their height and body type.
Bridal Lehengas For That Graceful Look!
All eyes fall on the bride on her wedding day and she needs to be dressed well and presented beautifully. Guests lovingly look at the bride and they feel happy when she is dressed in the best costume. As it is her day, guests consciously do not overdo as they want the bride to have all the attention. Bridal lehengas come in traditional colours and they are very lovely with intricate work and when dressed in such beautiful dresses’ brides look very beautiful.
Every girl dreams of wearing a beautiful lehenga for her wedding. A bridal lehenga means a lot to the bride and if you want something which is unique approach a top designer for custom made ones. Some trending colours and patterns.
- The 2021 collection gives importance to colours which were not used earlier. Yellow colour lehenga could be used for your haldi function. Contrast embroidery gives a rich look to the lehenga and brides can pair this lehenga with light jewellery pieces.
- Full sleeves are trending for 2021 and they are very attractive with lehengas. The puffy sleeves look good on slim brides. Plain or embroidered contrast sleeves look grander for evening receptions.
- Green is fast catching up as green stands for prosperity. Green lehengas are trending for the season and designers have chosen lighter shades for the body and dark shades for the edges.Heavy neck pieces adorned with green coloured lehengas are a trend for 2021.
- Red is an all-time favourite colour and the red colour makes the bride look charming. It is a much-preferred colour andgolden or silver embroidery on red accentuates the beauty of the colour. Designers have used silk and velvet to bring out the beauty of the red.
- Fully embroidered pieces are very stunning and they are heavy to wear too. Tall and slim brides look gorgeous in these lehengas and brides will love the detailing that goes into them. Big traditional designs are used with a lot of mirror work and they are very distinctive.
- Lehenga done in a rich fabric is gorgeous and nothing matches it. Banarasi red lehengas are very attractive and will look good on all brides. Pink and yellow threads are used to make the red brighter. The long dupatta in even darker tone adds sheen to the dress. Brides can choose to wear light or heavy jewellery along with this.
- Peacock designs and weddings have a long association. Bold peacock motifs on velvet fabric in earthy hues will make the bride look very lovely. The peacocks convey a lot and every bride will want this type of heavily embroidered lehenga.
- Pastels and beige hued lehengas with floral motifs are ideal for engagement functions. Floral embroideries add lustre to the subdued colour and brides can wear heavy jewellery to complete the look.
- Golden embroidery is a must for bridal lehengas. Heavily embroidered golden lehengas are apt for both a day time function or an evening function. Heavy jewellery is generally avoided as the golden coloured dress will lose its lustre.
- Designers have experimented with using a combination of colours on a single lehenga. A mix of pink, yellow into grey shade brings out a trendy look. Beads, sequins and crystals are used to define the designs and such lehengas could be worn both for day and night occasions.
- Brides who prefer minimalistic designs can choose the red velvet lehenga which does not have any embroidery but only the blouse has embroidery. Cape sleeves make the dress very attractive and usually dupattas are not worn as cape sleeves are used.
- Mint green when coupled with embroidery and sequins look simply spectacular both for morning and Sundown evening receptions.
- Designers have experimented with red by infusing traditionalism and modernism into a lehenga. Crimson red lehenga with minimal designs are much sought after for 2021.
- For traditional looks brides can choose ivory backgrounds having floral embroideries all over the lehenga. This design looks modish but definitely has a traditional appeal.
- A combination of Pink and purple delight designers and when these are used on Banarasi fabric the lehenga becomes dazzling. Choose this for evening functions.
- Mirror work and sequins in earthy hues will garner quick attention. This combination is a deadly hit and brides with all kinds of skin tones look lovely in this lehenga.
- Lavender pastels with heavy work are trending and it is chosen by brides who want subdued look and it is charming too.
- Brides who love to wear something light can choose crepes or georgettes as these are light to carry and both dark and pastels good in these materials. The work can also be highlighted.
- Beige coloured lehengas are gorgeous when sequin, stone work and crystals work are done on it. A tall bride will definitely glimmer in this combination.
- Silver embroidery work on orange raw silk is very attractive. To bring out the beauty of the colour heavy embroidery is used by designers.
- Double dupattas are trending and both are done in contrast colours. This trend is sure to continue for coming months too.
- Ivory is always very pleasant and designers have used pink floral embroidery to make the ivory colour very beautiful. Nothing is as graceful as a bride dressed in ivory lehenga.
Brides need to choose their lehengas with utmost care as only certain colours look good under the lights. They need to consider this too as their photographs will reveal the trends of the times.