Ethnic lehengas have a very long history and form an integral part of festive fashion and wedding wear. But, owing to the large variety of available options in this field, shopping for the best lehengas in a limited time can be a tough challenge. You can try designer lehengas and flaunt fashion without wasting tons of time on what to buy.
Peach embroidery is very beautiful for brides who love simplicity and provides a wonderful backdrop with the pretty pieces of jewellery that go with the lehenga. While pink is truly festive, with a blend of orange, it stands out further. Again, with a blend of blue or purple, or multicoloured hues, pink becomes more kaleidoscopic and meaningful.
Blue colour provokes calmness and violet stands for luxury and together with vibrant embroidery, it stands out as unique. Orange with pink enhances the frolic mood and is very suitable for women who want to draw all eyeballs.
These colours also go well with rubies and other semi-precious stones. The same can be said about the emerald lehenga which is so beautiful with real emeralds and ideal for any future bride or her bridesmaids. With so many options it is essential to guarantee variety while making purchases.
Beige, ivory, smoky grey, and rose are all at the other ends of the spectrum which flaunt the regal personality of its wearer. While these colours are ideal for women who want to look fashionable but not flashy, rose and ivory are still vibrant enough to look befitting the celebratory mood.
Aqua, mint green, and off white too are unique options for divas who love green and the simplicity of white but want to look serious or earnest with their fashion and clothing. Teal and bluish pink are assortments of colours that make lehengas blend with the looks of a western dress while keeping it truly Indian at its core.
The best part about light colours is that they can make the embroidery stand out in an intricate manner adding a mysterious feel about the wearer. It makes such clothing look very regal and is suitable for women of all age groups.
Blue and emerald green lehengas are somewhere in between the most austere and the most energetic red colours. Still, blue and green are a happy and bright combination and stand out as unique clothing whereas lehengas are usually considered red or burgundy.
Nude peach is a new definition of how ethnic lehengas can flaunt sexy looks and a woman in nude peach is bound to stand out in any gathering because of her boldness. A colour closely related to it is the soft pink hue which flaunts the tenderness and remains more traditional than the nude peach.
And, lehenga comes in its modern avatar in the form of organza and taffeta. With so much variety and so many occasions to flaunt the perfect silhouette, Lehenga with Price destined to become the new fashion statement for ethnic wear.
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