Tips of styling a heavy lehenga on your Wedding Day!
Looking flawless on your wedding day is one of the biggest tasks for the brides! Therefore it needs to be styled perfectly as you must have hunted for your wedding lehenga for so long. Not only that but your wedding lehenga must be the most beautiful as well as the heaviest outfit of your life! There’s a chance that you must have got bored of the usual, old draping style of a traditional Indian bridal lehenga and want to try something uniquely. Here are some secret tips that will help you uniquely style a heavy bridal lehenga…
Cape with a lehenga
If you want to try something unique and comfortable at the same time then you should go for a cape with the wedding lehenga! Though the bride opts for this style for Mehendi why not try it on a wedding day like a jacket/cape lehenga with traditional Indian jewellery which will not only look unique but also stunning at the same time. You can even ditch the traditional blouse and go for a contemporary style. This shift from the traditional blouse itself will add uniqueness to your look! Plus, your dupattas will be there to maintain the traditional balance in your wedding look.
During the pandemic, we saw a different side of bridal looks where brides dressed up for themselves and not for hundreds of guests. They went for something simpler. More comfortable with reusability for later. They also experimented with the draping to change its look completely to enhance the beauty of their lehenga. Also, don’t go OTT and when we talk about jewellery just keep in mind that less is more. Let your heavy lehenga be the show stopper of the wedding day. You can even ditch the traditional maathapattis, naths and haathphools to be comfortable. If you are not ok with something then don’t wear it.
Go smart with the dupattas
For a flawless bridal look, you don’t need to go for everything heavy and get tired because of them! We would suggest you style your heavy lehengas with lighter dupattas of net or organza with minimal embroidery, especially on your head. Also, if you want to avoid too much weight of the dupatta then you can drape it around your waist instead of just leaving it hanging or putting it on your head. You can also drape your dupatta like a saree for a cleaner look!
Style your jewellery wisely
Try to keep the neck of your blouse as per the necklace length as you have to be sure that your blouse’s embroidery doesn’t clash with the jewellery and spoil your overall look. Also, stick your maang tikka with eyelash glue or double-sided tape to keep it from moving and creating a mess. You have to easy with jewellery if you have decided upon a heavy lehenga for your wedding. A beautiful choker in contrast colour with small earrings with a mang tikka will enhance your look without looking too much.
Pro Tip: Request your designer to add pockets to your lehenga which will be a blessing in disguise. Go for comfortable shoes such as wedges, juttis or block heels so that you can walk around easily!
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