Moving on to sangeet and the wedding, here is some solid inspiration for the sister/best friend of the bride.
We’re starting with a floral lehenga from Sabyasachi’s latest collection. Love it!
Sabyasachi wasn’t the only one who brought on his floral game. Arpita Mehta brought it on too.
Anushree Reddy’s lehengas are always drool worthy! They yellow one is quite wedding worthy while the pink lehenga would be perfect for a sangeet.
If your family is chilled out, you can definitely consider being a vision in white with these three pretty white lehengas by Anamika Khanna, Anushree Reddy & Payal Singhal respectively.
Manish Malhotra is a designer who often goes big on bling, but he keeps things subtle in the lehenga below. However, the dreamy addition of net over the yellow fabric still ensures a “wedding worthy” feeling.
And our last outfit goes out to the sisters and friends who prefer anarkalis over lehengas. Crushing on this floral anarkali by Soumitra Marg.
There were 3 lehengas that stood out from Lakme Fashion Week 2015 which would be perfect for the bride. Not that we’re complaining! This is after all fashion week and not bridal week.
The first is this beauty from Suneet Verma. Such happy colours!
Summer is also a time when brides look for ways to cut down the ‘heaviness’ of the lehenga and this is mostly done by keeping the work on your lehenga simple. But what if you don’t want to do that? You only get to be a bride once, after all! Well, if that is the case, we really suggest this light pink Payal Singhal lehenga. There’s work all over, but the colour keeps it light to the eyes.
And the third is this Yogesh Chaudhary outfit. We’re still a little unsure whether it’s a lehenga or not, considering the fact that the length is not exactly that of a lehenga. However, regardless of what it is, this is the perfect example of how you can bring in both, a bright colour, and heavy work on your lehenga for a summer wedding. If you look closely, there aren’t any stones, or too many different materials in the embroidery. Just one kind of thread and style used all over, makin it easy on the eyes and relatively lighter.