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5 Ways You Can Ditch The Boring Red Lehenga On Your Wedding!

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For any bride the most important thing is the ideal wedding dress that oozes pure elegance, steals every glance and makes every jaw drop. Gone are the days when bridal wear was only restricted to heavily embroidered saree or lehenga in the same old red-golden colour.
Most of the new age brides first thought that pops up while selecting the colour of their lehenga is “I will buy anything except a red”. The soon-to-be-brides are now more open to ditching the conventional red and opting for more pastels hues. And we really understand the answer why? There is something very girly about selecting a soft pink colour, something of 20’s in orange and something very bold in gold.

So, for all those brides-to-be while you are running from one shop to another in search of that perfect wedding dress, stop, relax and take a deep breath. As Wedstreetstyle teams brings to you some of the hottest and trendiest colours for this wedding season according to your skin and body type. 

Tangy Tangerine

If you are bit hesitant while choosing something apart from red, we advise you to go for some similar shades like tangerine. You will look fabulous in this tangy tangerine shade on your wedding day; all you need to do is just put in some efforts. Keep your makeup minimal and don’t just go with heavy layers of makeup. 

Style tip- If your skin tone is pale; avoid tangerine as it will make your colour darker. Tangerine colour creates wonder when styled with golden borders or a golden simple duppata.


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Icy Pink

Whether you love pink or not, this shade will make you fall in love with all the pinks (mark our words). The icy pink colour is best for those brides who don’t want to go with too bright colours. This colour will make you look classy and refreshing as a dew drop. Just accessorise it with the right accessories. And if pink is just too girly for you style it with greys or shades of blue or white.

Style tip- If you have a cooler skin tones go for this shade of pink, it will oomph your natural beauty. Keep your eye make-up dark and your lips soft.

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Pastel blues

This colour will surely steal your heart away. This is really an unconventional colour from the colour palette of an Indian bride. But if you are ready to experiment and go a little off-board then this is the best option. This refreshing colour is apt for setting the party mood right. Don’t shy away from adorning this colour this wedding season.

Style tip- This colour will look beautiful with the combinations of metallic shades like gold, bronze or even silver. Also it will go perfectly with reds and pink.
 

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Simple Almond

If all the bling and vibrant colour of Indian wedding gives you jitter and you had made it a point that you will not be adorning all those bright yellows, red or even green on your wedding day, then go for simple almond lehenga. This colour will never disappoint those who want to keep it subtle and simple yet oozing pure elegance. Though this colour looks a little dull but it’s hard to ignore if contrasted with orange or pinch of reds. 

Style tip- Go for nude make-up with this colour. Opt for almond embroiders on your lehenga to accentuate the look.


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Beautiful Grey

In India whites and greys are not considered as a bridal colour. And many brides-to-be don’t even consider this colour. But the wedstreetstyle team advises you to break the cliché and go for a grey wedding lehenga. If styled right, this colour can radiate the right mood for festivities. 

Style tip- You can be the talk of the town by opting for this unconventional colour, team it up with bright colour or simple blues.


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Tell us your idea of ditching the age old red colour lehenga, in the comments below. Happy Wedding Girls!

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