5 bridal lehengas to go for 2019

5 bridal lehengas to go for 2019

-by Aman

With the festive zeal fading rapidly this year (thanks to the never-ending monsoon), the wedding season is waiting for its turn, and is all set to revive the year-end spark with its vibe. The brides-to-be have almost chosen their big-day outfit, but hey! Are you sure you have the best one? Well, we here have lined up 5 best bridal lehengas of this season which will definitely give you a whole new perspective over bridal fashion that you just cannot resist yourself from buying them.

A-deity in sass-

The stunning pastel bridal lehenga worn by the ultimately graceful Aditi Rao Hydari looks breath-taking. The drop shoulder choli and voluminous lehenga is all you can wish for looking the trendiest bride. Intricately crafted by skilled artisans with those adorned floral motifs and rich zardozi, it is totally fit for winter millennial weddings.

https://www.kalkifashion.com/aditi-rao-hydari-in-kalki-powder-pink-panelled-lehenga-in-raw-silk-with-floral-embroidery.html

A-deity in sass-

Blue the hue-

The Sea blue lehenga is sure to make every attendee gape over the beauty of this stunning embellished outfit. Narrating tales of tradition, this bridal surprise is very unaccustomed comparatively to the regular crimsons and maroons. And it is also a great substitution for those hefty burdensome lehengas you couldn’t even walk in. All in all, it has the best blend for richness, subtleness and trend, which makes it a no-brainer.

https://www.kalkifashion.com/sky-blue-heavy-embroidered-raw-silk-lehenga-set-in-floral-and-jaal-motif-only-on-kalki.html

Blue the hue-

Falling for fuchsia-

The fuchsia rose colored attire is working as a breath of fresh air amidst heavy winter layering and bridal garnishes. The vibrant color palette gives enough room for the intricate heritage embroidery to get highlighted and interesting silhouette of the blouse with elegant floral-leaf beautification makes the design perfect for the big-day.

https://www.kalkifashion.com/fuschia-rose-lehenga-heavily-hand-embroidered-in-scallop-and-floral-jaal-online-kalki-fashion.html

Falling for fuscia

Go Green –

Certainly, green is the new red for modern day winter weddings. A combination of glamour and earthy beauty, this outfit speaks of true elegance and royalty. The timeless color has been a part of regal Mughal era, and we are lucky enough to have it preserved. As the solid base provides a perfect balance to those intricately hand work zardozi and golden thread embroidery, which complements well with the sheer minimalistic dupatta.

https://www.kalkifashion.com/royal-green-velvet-lehenga-set-with-powder-peach-net-dupatta.html

Go green

 Gluttony for gold-

The tanned gold lehenga with floral cutout and pleated hem has much more beauty to it than its technical ingenuity. The attire has beautiful hand created buttis that elucidate tails of romance as soon as it’s worn. The majestic apparition with the good radial flair is perfectly balanced with the organza dupatta making you shine like gold on your wedding.

https://www.kalkifashion.com/gold-lehenga-choli-with-hand-embroidered-moroccan-pattern-online-kalki-fashion.html

Gluttony for gold-

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