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Brides! Here Is Your Ultimate Guide For Wedding Lehenga Fabric

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Dear soon-to-be-brides
We understand as a bride to be you have lot of pressure on your beautiful, delicate shoulders and one big pressure is selecting that perfect wedding dress. And it gets scarier when someone mentions the fabric names like really! Is that even a fabric? Ahhh! We feel you. So, here is your ultimate guide to choose the right fabric, because something that’s trend may not look trendy on you. And who wants that? Scroll down and know your fabric type.

The Evergreen Royal Velvet Story

Velvet is a fabric always associated with the royal Indian tradition. It has a tendency to look rich and elegant with minimal embroidery. It has a natural shine in it. If you choose it you will surely radiate the modern day Indian Princess look. The velvet lehenga looks perfect with soft falling pleats on the bride. Most of us have this confusion that velvet makes us look fat, but that’s not true at all.
Style Tip- Make sure you choose a short choli with a low waist velvet lehenga. Keep your hair in a high bun with delicate tresses out. Make sure you take only half dupatta till your head. Go for minimal jewellery. We are sure you will turn every heads.
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The Raw Silk from modern India

Raw silk a fabric known for young and modern India, if you want a little more shine in your lehenga, go for it. But the only problem it has it doesn’t fold into soft pleats. The flare is full not half and it’s a thick fabric making it heavy. If you want something simple go for a plain raw silk lehenga as the shine will make you stand out. Team it up with an embellished choli to make it look more beautiful.
Style Tip- If you are petite then this lehenga will help you look fuller and beautiful. Go for gota kinari to make it oomph the look. To stand out instead of opting for basic red go for neon orange and pink. Remember to keep the dupatta less heavy.
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Lovely Georgette

Georgette is evergreen; it has a way to come back always. It looks perfect with delicate embroidery work. The best part about georgette is that this fabric looks great an all body types. Yay so no need to get all tensed.
Style Tip- Wedstreetstyle team advises you to choose this fabric for your ring ceremony and not for your shaddi one. Give more attention to your hair; opt for soft curls with real flowers.
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Basic Net Lehenga


No matter how much you think it’s girly but it’s not. Rather if not chosen the right net it can even look tacky. And no one wants that. Net also doesn’t looks well in the photographs. But if you are opting for those, make sure you keep the skirt full flared. Soft net lehenga can really look pretty on the brides. So all and all it’s a nice choice.
Style Tip- Make sure the flare of the lehenga is full and keep the choli fitted to give grace to your neck. Opt for unusual colours like pink and purple. 
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