How to get designer Bridal Lehenga look in an inexpensive way?
How to Ace a Designer Bridal Lehenga Look in an Inexpensive Way?
We know your love for Designer Bridal Lehenga Looks, you probably know everything about them from their cuts, to patterns, to the material. Bollywood films or runways, these designers have been creating the trends that become the talk of the town and dream wedding attire.
After seeing the kind of money being spent on your wedding, you were probably going to pass on the dreams of owning a designer lehenga. That is not how a bride should feel! So, here we have a complete guide to ace the designer made a look in almost shoestring budget.
Shall we go already?
To start with, we have the hottest designer and most high in-demand, the man, Sabyasachi Mukherjee himself. His selection of unique texture and details, a fusion of Indian trends is what makes him different. To attain the Sabyasachi bridal look:
Lehenga – Naturally knitted fabric –Banarasi Silks, Velvets and Brocades with ball gown flares. Pick solid colours jewellery tones on a cloth that has knit buttis and classy sequined motifs, and it has to match with the bold border to make the look complete.
Jewellery: Big oversized maang teeka and bridal Nath. Not to forget, the huge choker.
Makeup: To ace this look, you have to keep your base even, avoid bright blush. Complete this look with a big bright bindi.
The Classic Red
An almost synonymous to the bridal lehengas , red has a unique significance which is beautifully deatailed in the lehenga above by an ace designer Sabyasachi.
A contrasting anecdote of ivory and green
floral print embroidery in an off white lehenga makes an Ethereal Bride.
A voguish green lehenga flooded with very minute embroidery and audacious blouse which could just rule the hearts. Also, don’t miss the small yet pretty tassels in the sleeves.
A ravishing bride in an ivory lehenga with happy floral embroidery paired with a deep V-neck blouse.
A broad border lehenga skirt which is soothing to eyes and pacifying the urge to look beautiful.
horse print border … widened V neck blouse … combination of crimson red, green, turquoise ..
Manish Malhotra needs no introduction. The fabulous outfits designed by him have been worn by not just Bollywood stars but international stars as well.
Things to do to achieve the Manish Malhotra bridal look:
Lehenga: The key to ace his looks is a balance. His major element lies in the shimmer, needlework, and royal colours.
Jewellery: Wear only the statement jewellery or a wedding nath, and that is it.
Hair and Makeup: Loosen up your hair, give it smooth waves have them tied. Wear the smoky eyes makeup with lipstick flattering your lehenga
pastel shades of green, pink and white…. blouses with intricate work … off shoulder, high neck and wide deep neck… golden and silver embroidery .. bride and bridesmaid
An ecstatic combo of sheer and satin
Satin lehenga with unique bottom … paired with unique blouse … mirror work .. envious
layered lehenga … unique blouse with long tassels silver.. light emboidry thread work..
blouse .. intricate silver embroidery.. bright contrast
high neck, sleevless, partialy see through blouse, extensive work done graciously.
frill blouse.. pale pink.. silver work on sheer fabric… unique bottom
Gracious White Ivory Elegance redefined
rising golden flowers bottom.. partially sheer blouse with identical work done..
Rohit Bal’s art is all about history and tradition. He has his own unique approach to design outfits, and this is how you can nail his look.
Lehenga: His USP is the textures he uses, like, velvet that provides timelessness to his pieces. Get a lehenga inspired by nature, flower, birds, and trees.
Jewellery: His style needs minimum jewellery. Since a bride should not be without any, do wear a mang teeka and that’d be it.
Hair and Makeup: Pale makeup and tied up hair.
Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla
If you think Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, you think white. The duo has redefined style in Bollywood. They have styled Beyoncé in ‘Hymn for the weekend’ so we know how great they are. Here’s how you can ace their look –
Lehenga: Choose offbeat white lehengas. Off-white or dull colours with heavy colour embroidery.
Jewellery: Minimum or no jewellery at all, just wear big earrings and matching maang-teekas.
Hair and Makeup: Sparkly eye makeup and matching lipstick with the colour of lehenga. And tie a high bun. You’re sorted!
Neeta creates magical royal dresses. She is very popular amongst the elite class for her regal style. This is how you can achieve the Neeta Lulla bridal look:
Lehenga: Look like Queen Jodha. Neeta Lulla look with all the bright sparkle, bold embroideries, and statement beadwork. Go for A-lines flowy lehengas.
Jewellery: Traditional or modern Indian any kind of jewellery goes with such designs.
Hair and Makeup: Same for hairstyles and makeup as well.
Ritu Kumar is a designer for the masses, and she knows what the brides want. Ritu’s dresses are a mix of bold, vibrant colours and detailed embroidery.
Things to do to attain the Ritu Kumar’s bridal look:
Lehenga: The designer herself selects traditional silhouettes with fuller needlework, zardozi and prints.
Jewellery: Junk jewellery goes perfectly with Ritu’ look.
Hair and Makeup: Curled side bun or high tied bun.
For heavy designs – Bold smoky eyes and pale makeup.
For pastel lehengas – Minimum bridal makeup.
Deepika Padukone in Bajirao Mastaani was mesmerizing, wasn’t she? All the credit for her dresses goes to Anju Modi. Here’s how you can get her to look –
Lehenga: The master of colours and fabrics. Let the materials speak and avoid heavy embroidery.
Jewellery: A passa, layered choker and big earrings are the trademark bits to complete her bridal look. Mostly her designs have full sleeves, so bangles or stuff are out of the question.
Hair and Makeup: Get yourself a puffed or tight bun with centre or side partition. Low key eye makeup with cherry red colour will complete her bridal look.
Now that you know how to ace the look, comment below which one are you gonna be dawning on your D-Day.
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