India is a country with diverse languages, languages and occasion. One such special occasion is weddings. Since a wedding is an immensely celebrated event that takes place in everyone’s life wherein, you start planning a couple of months prior. For those who haven’t picked up their favorite outfit, Shaadismart has curates the most ethnic and trending lehenga designs for the going to be brides of 2018.
- Circular/ Flared Lehenga
The circular flared lehenga is one of the traditional styles, which is still adding an elegant beauty to the bride. This kind of lehenga comes with a broader flare forming an entire circle around the bride. Don’t go for a lehenga having a lot of embroidery work. Flaunt your lehenga having an intricate broad flare and a wonderful volume. Those brides with a cone shaded body must go for such lehengas without any second thought!
2. Mermaid/ Fishtail Lehenga
Ideal for tall brides, these types of lehengas are often tight till the knees. However, the flare from the calf area gives an elegant fishtail from the bottom end of the lehenga. If you have a great body curve to flaunt, this lehenga fits you snugly at the hips while the flared bottom adds more grace to your bridal look.
3. Panelled Lehenga
Panelled lehengas includes fabricated horizontal panels falling out to form a flare. The volume of the flare however increases due to numerous panels. Usually these kinds of lehengas have a beautiful contrasting choli and the dupatta to enhance its further look after it is worn. Ideal for every body type, this lehenga can be worn by all the brides to look stunningly slim fit.
4. A-Line Lehenga
A-line lehenga is somewhat similar to mermaid design near the waist while forming a perfect A at the bottom with flares out. This lehenga does not include too many pleats. Ideal to be worn by pear shaped bodies, it looks great if paired with puffy sleeved choli.
5. Half Saree Lehenga
This kind of lehenga is highly inspired by the traditional South Indian saree that gives you an elegant look with a unique combination of saree and lehenga. You can drape your dupatta either like a saree or a lehenga yet, end up looking flawless beautiful bride.