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Top Lehenga Trends of 2016 For A Bride-to-be!

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We have started 2016 with a bang, and the year is definitely showing us a lot of fashionable new styles that are making their way to the bridal seasons. Trendy lehengas in different styles are raging the bridal wardrobes and we are seeing new trends making a mark! Which styles are here to stay and what colours are trending, find out everything in today’s post as the Truly Bridal By Kalyan Jewellers’ experts bring to you latest lehenga trends for the bride-to-be.

Embellished lehenga with a subtle gold embroidery and mirror work add a right amount of elegance to your outfit. If embroidery in zari is a little too much for you then do try embellished lehenga designs. Velvet is another trend that was a big hit on the runways and is still going strong in weddings. In case, you think that the velvet lehengas seem too heavy then try opting for a velvet choli or velvet patchwork. Velvet dupattas with Gota work too, make a great statement at a wedding!



Another favourite trend this season is Ombre. Be it ombre hair colour or nail paintor lipstick, Ombre can make a trend if it is incorporated in a lehenga. Floral is another trend for a chic bride! You can try cropped cholis, or long, kurta-style tops with a floral lehenga skirt and can wear it on your Mehendi or Sangeet party.


Delicate embroidery and hand-crafted designs add a magnificent sophistication to the entire bridal outfit. When a subtle lehenga is teamed up with a mirror work choli or dupatta, the entire outfit gets a much-needed sparkle. Many designers are using this technique to create beautiful borders in a jacket or a dupatta or embellishments around the neck of the lehenga while keeping the rest of the outfit much simpler.

This wedding season, a bride can opt for the monochrome colour scheme. Brides can wear reds and greens, or coral and mint and brighter pastel hues. Add a unique touch to your outfit with the right kind of traditional, bridal jewellery. Also, In terms of patterns and fabrics, delicate designs are being favoured over heavy zari and embroidery work.

Check out the video below by Truly Bridal by Kalyan Jewellers in which Wamika Sunda talks about the top lehenga trends for a bride-to-be and also bookmark favourite wedding lehenga designs of our experts.



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