8 tips for brides-to-be before buying perfect lehenga

8 tips for brides-to-be before buying perfect lehenga

-by Aman

Knock knock! Its your big day girl…

How does it feel to have your wedding day coming closer with every hour? Must be all jittery and exciting. The rituals, ceremonies and of course the dazzling wedding lehenga would have already been sorted to make your big day the best day of your life, but did you check your lehenga before jumping over it? It’s not just the beauty but several technical aspects that have to be taken care of before selection the best. Well, making it easy for you, here is your checklist to see if you got it right or not-

Know yourself-

By this we mean your body type, which is the most important factor while selection. There are mainly 3 types found in our country-

  • The apple body type has heavier upper body, so they should go for a circular lehenga with voluminous flair and a covered full sleeves blouse
  • Pear shaped, which is the most common type that needs to go with A line lehenga with no restrictions on upper body design
  • The curvy girls must use dark shaded A line pattern and avoid heavy layering.

A line-

A line lehenga

Circular-

circular lehenga

Color Clarification-

Colors need to be carefully selected as per the skin tone, while making them unified and not using too many color elements.

Color clarification

Height it right-

Do not get overwhelmed and choose a voluminous piece if you are short; taller brides should go for heavy circular and former should wear controlled skirt patterned designs.

Short-

Height it right 2

Tall-

Height it right1

Don’t go just trendy-

It’s ‘YOUR’ big day and no magazine should tell you what to wear. Hence, go for ethnic heritage bridal clothing and do not opt for unnecessary bizarre pieces.

Don't go just trendy

 

Different not droll-

Do not buy erratic designs, colors or motifs, and if you are confused with the options then go for your regular taste rather following celebs or bloggers.

 

Different not droll

Jewels that add fuel-

You can look bridal-ish without trying too hard on accessorization. Pick the right kind of jewellery matching with lehenga that also gives an Indian heritage bridal look.

Jewels that add fuel

Dupatta tera ‘AWE’ rang da-

Do not forget to diligently select the dupatta for your piece, after all it is the most visible part of your look. Go for heavier fabrics like cotton silks, stiff nets, crepes rather than chiffon for a richer look.

 

Dupatta tera Owe rang da

Avoid ‘THE DAYS’

Do not go for trials while you hit your periods, as the stomach bloats during that time and mood swings might also ruin the fun of buying.

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