Trendy Stylish Indian outfit – Lehenga

Trendy Stylish Indian outfit – Lehenga

Indian weddings are always not less than a festival with full of pomp, color and show. You are bound to witness individuals adorned in traditional colorful attires especially woman.

Here I am with some beautiful Indian wedding lehenga for you which is trendy yet traditional.

Saawarii-lehengha

 

 

Red is the first color choice of an Indian bride to be for her wedding lehenga always. weddings are one the most auspicious occasions, red makes an appearance here too as it stands for prosperity and fertility. Red has been a constant companion of Indian brides.

 

 

 

 

 

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If Bride wants to do aSaawarii-lehenghaway with the often-worn red color, pink is a pretty good option as it looks really bubbly and peppy.

The bright hue is the new color inspiration that can add an individual touch to your overall look and appeal.

 

 

 

other then these particular color choices , we have different color combinations for lehenga which looks equally stunning , beautiful yet traditional.

Saawarii-lehengha                                     Saawarii-lehengha

Saawarii-lehengha                                     Saawarii-lehengha

Saawarii-lehengha                                     Saawarii-lehengha

If you have any curiosity about these beautiful wedding outfits , don’t forget to click on the pictures or you can mail us too.

Happy Shopping!

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87 thoughts on “Trendy Stylish Indian outfit – Lehenga

  1. I did not know that red was the first choice for indian brides. These dresses are gorgeous and so intricately designed.

  2. wow these traditional dresses are stunning, I also particularly love the pink ones and really appreciate the attention to detail in each and every one!

  3. These dresses are beautiful. I have learned something today, about the color red being the preference for wedding dresses. I did not know it symbolized prosperity and fertility.

  4. Wow so interesting to know that the red symbolizes fertility and is preferred for a wedding as of I’m used with the ‘basic’ white brides haha

  5. I have actually been to a wedding in India recently and the bride was wearing a similar dress with your first one, the red one. She looked so beautiful in it!

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  6. A girl on my team at work is from India and is getting married in a few days. After having read your post, I’m really excited to see her wedding photos . (I wonder if she’ll wear red)

  7. You have such amazing and colorful dresses for wedding there. Here it seems to be all white, for whatever reason. Not sure why. But nothing as beautiful as that.

  8. These outfits are amazing! I visited India last year, and we were so lucky to visit a Sahri shop where the people who owned the store allowed us to try on traditional wedding garments! I was in awe with the beautiful fabrics. My husband and I had a couple of people come up and congratulate us… as I think they thought we were getting married (in all fairness we were all dressed up like we were trying on wedding attire). There was a bit of a language barrier so we weren’t too sure what to say, but it was so much fun trying on the clothes and seeing the amazing designs and fabrics, just beautiful!

  9. These dresses are simply stunning but if I have to choose I must say that the red dress with some gold details is my favourite.

  10. i won’t even pretend to know anything about the dresses – but it looks stylish as hell
    must be warm under all those layers tho

  11. i won’t even pretend to know anything about the dresses – but it looks stylish as hell
    must be warm under all those layers tho!!

  12. All these dresses look stunning. There are so many lovely designs and clearly a lot of detail on each of the dresses. It’s great that there is such a range in colours.

  13. Wow these are so beautiful and rich. I miss india when it comes to traditional clothing

  14. I always mesmerize and fascinate with the Indian traditional dress. Full of bright beautiful colors and patterns! The brides dress absolutely stunning! I could not pick one as my favourite because all of them are beautiful!

  15. I always mesmerize and fascinate with the Indian traditional dress. Full of bright beautiful colors and patterns! I could not pick one as my favourite because all of them are beautiful!

  16. I always mesmerize and fascinate with the Indian traditional dress. Full of bright beautiful colors as well as the patterns! I could not pick one as my favourite because all of them are beautiful!

  17. I’m in love with Indian women’s fashion. Every piece is like a work of art, and these beautiful wedding dresses are even more so. Out of all of those listed, I’m really partial to the two pink ones in the first row. The look super glamorous!

  18. I had no idea the colors meant different things. I mean it makes sense I just never knew it. Beautiful

  19. Wow! So beautiful! I know that the festivities are often a week long and the guest lists can go up above 800 at times too. These dresses are just so ornate and so gorgeous! Red is considered the lucky colour and I wore it for my Traditional Tea Ceremony dress at my Wedding to my Husband,

    1. Wow, its good to know that you wore Red too 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting 🙂

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  20. I always mesmerize and fascinate with Indian traditional dresses. Full of beautiful bright color and patterns. The wedding dresses are beautiful! I wonder if each of the dresses represents particular region or place

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  21. I love this post, all of these outfits are beautiful! I had no idea that Indian brides chose to wear red, I have seen many indian weddings where they wore red but hadn’t clicked! Just gorgeous!

  22. I love Indian outfits there very beautiful and the colors are always striking. I am was always certain the colors meant something.

  23. These dresses are stunning. I like how different cultures celebrate wedding in a different style. I guess that you do not have white wedding dresses.

    1. Most Indian don’t prefer white as a wedding dress, yet we have some who do prefer. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting 🙂

  24. i think the blue seems nice but i guess the brighter colours like the red probably reflect what most would want – stands out.. must be hot under those layers though?

    1. haha, it is hot under the layers yet it looks beautiful and Brides want that 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting 🙂

  25. The colors, fit, and patterns are so beautiful and elegant! Weddings are awesome occasions! The colors and outfits will make the reception fun and bright!

  26. These traditional Indian wedding dresses are so beautiful. I love the intricate designs. It must have taken a long time to create such a gorgeous looking wedding dress like that.

  27. Didn’t know that red was the often choice for lehanga for Indian brides. Here in the Philippines it is still white or cream. Those are beautiful pieces.

  28. I didn’t know that red was the first choice of Indian brides. That is so different from our traditional white dresses. Although I would definitely go with the pink instead of the red. It looks so beautiful. Then again they all do.

  29. Those dresses are absolutely beautiful. I hope to one day be able to attend a traditional Indian wedding but I hope that happens one day so I can see a bride wear one of these beautiful gowns live and in person.

  30. My goodness! Those saris are gorgeous! The colors, styles and overall looks are elegant and make for a grand entrance.

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