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1/5/2018 3:29:08 AM
Lehenga, Vinhem Fasion Bridal lehengas hold a special place in a woman’s wardrobe. There is no day bigger in your week-long wedding celebration than the main event itself. Nothing is going to be as important as making the memory of your pheras picture perfect, and sure enough you need a bridal lehenga do that moment complete justice. First off, if you’re debating between a sari and a lehenga, the latter, with its full skirt and the possibility of two dupattas is certainly going make a prettier picture. The ideal bridal lehenga isn’t too heavy—be warned there is a lot of movement involved during the pheras, and you don’t want to be weighed down by your sartorial choices. Choose from blush pink lehengas to those with floral detailing and of course the traditional red bridal lehengas. You can, of course, make an alternative choice and go with a full gold look to make a statement. Don’t write off shades of peach when it comes to choosing a lehenga for pheras. Look at labels like Rahul Mishra and Neeta Lulla for a varied approach to the traditional bridal lehenga. Sabyasachi is a label that values tradition over all else. If you plan to go old school on your big day, pick an ornate bridal lehenga by Sabyasachi. Manish Malhotra, meanwhile is a fan of sparkle. Look at Manish Malhotra lehengas if you want to make your debut as a married woman in full glamour. Tarun Tahiliani is a master at balancing sophistication with lightweight couture. If you’re all about understated elegance, look no further than a Tarun Tahiliani lehenga. If you’re one for minimal embellishments, choose a rich brocade lehenga and let the fabric do all the talking. What’s also crucial when choosing a bridal lehenga is picking one with the perfect blouse. Don’t hesitate to ask for a custom blouse if you’re not fully satisfied with the one that comes as a part of the set. The bold bride can choose an embellished blouse with mesh panels that feels like second skin. Elegance is preferred at the usually-traditional phera ceremony, so avoid sleeveless blouses when it comes your bridal lehenga. You can opt for a heavily-embellished neckline and go easy on the statement neckpieces to avoid feeling overtly decked up on you wedding day. The true test of a bridal lehenga is for it to be able to stand the test of time. Don’t fall prey to passing trends and choose a piece that could seem too outlandish in the years to come. Have a clear vision in mind about the kind of bride you want to be and make sure that the message comes through with what you choose to wear on one of the most important days of your life. Make an early appointment with the designer of your choice and pencil in those fittings for your dream look. Scroll through our gallery of the best designer lehengas to choose from for your pheras.Vinhem Fashion Online Designer Lenghas
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