5 Unconventional Colour Options For Wedding Lehengas
These days, since every bride wants to look different on the special day, they aren't restricted to the conventional red for the lehenga anymore.
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No matter how much the Indian women find western wear comfortable, when it comes to their wedding day, they like going all traditional. And since every bride-to-be wants to look perfect on the d-day, choosing the right wedding lehenga always remains a priority.
And these days, since every bride wants to look different on the special day, they aren't restricted to the conventional red for the lehenga anymore.
Rather, brides-to-be are nowadays seen trying unconventional colours ranging from blues, tangerines, gold, almond beige to greens and pinks, that will set them apart from other brides.
Here are 5 unconventional colour options that brides could opt for for their wedding lehenga.
This colour itself is enough to create a style statement which is probably one reason why it has been climbing the charts slowly but steadily. A midnight blue not look gives the bride a royal look but instantly lights up the bride's face. But a bride-to-be must choose this particular colour carefully, based on her skin tone.
Poised Ocean Green
A unique colour to opt for the wedding outfit, the shade's calming effect to the eyes makes it a sure-hit for summer weddings. In fact, for those brides who like to go heavy on embellishments, this colour is perfect for over this shade even heavy embellishments won't look over the top, thus making sure the bride looks mesmerizing in this charismatic color.
You can either go all out on this gorgeous shade or opt to incorporate it with other colours. Gold gives the attire a very royal look. In fact, this is the perfect shade for those who want to keep the look subtle yet leave an impact.
Fuschia (Families of Pink)
Fuchsia is a bold, bright, vivacious and a fun colour. It comes from the family of pinks - a colour that represents love, affection, serenity and femininity. What better day to flaunt the femininity in you than the most special day in your life.
Fuchsia is one colour that would really go well with both gold and silver embellishments and the bride-to-be could opt for one or both depending on her personal choice.
If you are really bored of that typical red but still want to keep it absolutely traditional yet glamorous, marsala is the colour to go with. It comes from the family of reds - a colour which not makes a bride look alluring but also exudes power, energy and passion.
This colour can be combined with embellishments in gold to give the bride that regal look. In fact, a marsala coloured lehenga in fabrics such as satin or velvet could do wonders. Also, the colour can be an awesome choice for girls getting married in winters.
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