We are approaching wedding season, and you may be wondering what you will wear to the big day. You can choose from either embellished or embroidered sets to match your traditional style. These styles can be worn for the wedding ceremony or any prewedding ceremony. Scroll down to see Kiara Advani’s inspiration for the sangeet party, Shilpa Shetty’s daytime Mehendi function, and Janhvi Kapoor’s elegant look for D-day.
Aditi Rao Hydari was photographed in a royal setting, wearing a Tarun Tahiliani lehenga. The blouse features linear patterns and scattered paisley motifs, while the lehenga is made with the brocade technique. The outfit is minimal. It is rich in heritage and suitable for a day-wedding. Joolry matched her earrings and a choker semi-precious from Joolry.
Mirror Work Lehengas
This royal blue lehenga will make you stand out as OTT for Mehendi’s afternoon or evening. This pair includes a heavy lehenga with multiple-sized mirrors. The unique blouse has ruffled sleeves, and it doesn’t have a traditional dupatta. The set by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla is also suitable for use during the musical evening. Ami Patel, a stylist, added sparkling diamond jewelry to complete the look.
Janhvi Kapoor recently wore a handpainted dress by a painter Off-White Lehenga Lakshmi in Punit Balana’s Spring Summer 2022 collection. Lotuses and birds surround it. It is simple, elegant and easy to keep cool in the summer heat. Janhvi Kapoor also opted for the trendy choker as an accessory and a Vasundhara Jewellers thick bangle.
Katrina Kaif’s Lehenga featured all the season’s warm colors, including yellow, red, and orange. Large digitally printed flowers are visible across the skirt. Design by Sabyasachi The set features a vibrant lehenga, matching dupatta, and a full-sleeved blouse. Katrina wore contrast emerald-green drop earrings, in case you haven’t noticed.
For any big night ceremony, Kiara Advani wore a three-piece set by Manish Malhotra, such as the engagement party or themed musical night. The lehenga, in blush pink, is embellished with numerous feathers that dangle along its length and monotonesequins. It’s possible to make it your own without the dupatta.
Gota Work Lehengas
Athiya Shirin’s lehenga was made in bright pink by Anita Dongre. It featured traditional embroidery. Metallic ribbons are made from raw silk and have a linear pattern on the upper part, while the lower portion is filled with floral motifs. The choli can be worn with a lightweight tulle dupatta.
Lehengas with Applique work
Rahul Mishra’s coral tulle paneled lehenga features embroidered appliques with various flowers. The lehenga has a different border than the traditional gold one. A ruffled one is at the bottom. The coordinated risque shirt is held together by noodle straps. A minimal dupatta is recommended if you are in need.