Traditional Bridal Lehengas For 2015-2016 Winter Brides

Trends change every season – from colours, to styles to what not! But when it comes to a wedding, most brides to be prefer to go in for traditional bridal lehengas. And why not? Most of us have grown up seeing our aunts and cousins wear beautiful red and pink bridal lehengas on their wedding day and it’s something a lot of us have dreamt about.

So without wasting anymore time, let’s jump right into it.

We start with this gorgeous Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla red and gold lehenga that Sonam wore at Bridal Fashion Week. We love the cleanliness of the embroidery! It’s heavy, but the design comes across so easily!

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This is another one that caught our eyes. A classic, red bridal lehenga by AsoPalav.

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Designer Soumitraa nails the red bridal lehenga, as well as the pink one.

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Speaking of pink lehengas, we’ve got Suneet Verma and Jyotsna Twari giving us the quintessential pink bridal lehengas.

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Gold or silver isn’t the only embroidery we see on bridal lehengas. There is a gorgeous in between too! Somewhere in the middle of the traditional gold and silver. Like we see on the lehenga below. (Courtsey Rohan Mishra Photography)

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And when speaking about bridal lehengas, can we really not have Ritu Kumar and Tarun Tahiliani on the list?

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So brides to be, what would be your pick?

Mandeep Liit’s Bridal Lehengas – Bangalore Fashion Week 2014

One collection caught our eye at the Bangalore Fashion Week in an instant – Mandeep Liit’s bridal collection.The classic bridal colours – red, gold and pink have been extensively used and the designs are something we can all wear with ease. They are classic, and beautiful.

 

Different shades of red coupled with gold. Also, if you see the right most lehenga, it’s only the bottom bit that has heavy embroidery while the top of the lehenga is kept light. This is a great idea for brides who want to go all out, but want a more lighter lehenga.

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Look at the ghera of this red lehenga? Perfect fit for the bride on her Sangeet, or if she’s really looking to go all out, at her Mehendi function.

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Golden was used as a main colour too, in a lot of lehengas. Especially loving the one in the centre.

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 And when you’re talking about bridal lehengas, how can you possibly leave out pink? Digging that bright shade of pink on the left!

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