Marriage is not just an event but a lifetime moment and this special day is the result of a plethora of hard work and planning. The bride and the groom side both have to make lots of preparations to make this day extraordinary in every possible way. Wedding entails a lot of things from food to fun and family to friends, all are unique in their own ways. Clothes definitely hold immense relevance in this event and every person makes a special preparation to design their dresses uniquely. Amongst all, the Lehenga is the most important attraction. Every bride desires to have an exquisite design of Lehenga for her D-Day. The Bride-to-be puts in all the efforts to look ravishing on this special day and the lehenga enhances her beauty manifolds. There are many ways in which a bride can style her wedding lehenga. Some of the best tips to style the lehenga are as follows:
The Front Flow Dupatta Style :
This is one of the classiest and elegant ways to style your lehenga is to drape the way that the dupatta falls in the front. The dupatta should be neatly pinned at the left shoulder so that it falls at the back of the knees. In the front the dupatta should reach up to the floor, it should then be folded and brought up to the next arm and pinned nicely.
The Saree Drape :
The Saree drape style lehenga is the most desired, followed and easiest draping style of all times. This gives a beautiful look to the lehenga with the border in the front coving almost all of your wedding lehenga. This classic style goes well with all kind of occasions whether it is reception, mehendi, sangeet or shaadi.
Double-Sided Drape :
The double-sided drape is a new and magical way to wear the wedding lehenga. This contemporary style is less classical but looks very attractive. This style of Lehenga is much demanded by the new brides as it becomes very comfortable for them to hold the heavy dupatta.
The Back U Dupatta Style :
The Back U style of dupatta is a classic, attractive and is a great styling way for the heavily embroidered Wedding Lehengas. This style of dupatta also allows you to showcase your beautiful embroidered design. In this way of dupatta style, the dupatta should be arranged neatly and pinned to the left shoulder.
Double-Sided Dupatta :
The double dupatta with the Wedding Lehenga simply enhances the overall beauty of the lehenga. This new trend is much liked by the brides at the present time. In this style, the two dupattas are must as one is used for draping and another one for covering the head.
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