Just as a pair of heels is essential for well-rounded look, so is a lehenga for almost every Indian ocassion. Heck, we’ve been wearing them since we were young. Now that’s loyalty. And while they’ve gone through quite a few transformations over the last however many years — from gotta patti and mirror work to voluminous skirt to A-lines — there’s something to say about the fact that we can never bid them farewell.
Ananya Pandey’s lehenga is meant for wedding hoppers who love a bit of drama. The contemporary ensemble from Abu & Sandeep comprised of a halter-neck choli from the Romance of Ruffles collection, doused in white and gold embroidery that instantly spruced her outfit up, and a lehenga skirt.
Lakshmi Rana’s looks ethereal in this ivory white lehenga. The colourful border work with golden embellishment added to its glamorous appeal. Since the deep-neck blouse brought together so many elements, she added panache to the look by accessorising it with a pair of earrings, maang tika, nath, and a gorgeous teen laadi saaj.
Nupur Sanon’s Sukriti & Aakriti outfit is perfect if you’re playing bridesmaid at a friend’s sangeet or cocktail party. The stand-out, eye-catching yellow and purple lehenga is highlighted by Phulkari accents and consists of a sleeveless blouse, a voluminous skirt and a matching dupatta.
Bhumi Pednekar’s orange and gold lehenga displays how the colour is perfect for summer weddings. Given the embellishment of her blouse, Bhumi skipped on heavy jewellery and punctuated her classy ASAL by Abu Sandeep lehenga with kundan choker and a modern matta patti.
Shine bright like a diamond! Anjori’s looked stunning in her silver lehenga that was so sleek and chic. The whimsical number consists of a half-sleeved blouse, skirt, and a sheer dupatta. She rounded off her look with a diamond neckpiece, matching earrings, and a cocktail ring.