The wedding is on your cards. You are soon going to be a bride. Your WhatsApp does not cease beeping. You get calls from that ‘someone special’ almost throughout the day. There is that pink glow on your face. And, even as you read this a smile is quivering on your lips. Needless to add, you read or watch everything which is associated with tying the knots. And of course, you aspire to look like a Diva on your special day and the occasion which precede. So, have you decided on your wedding trousseau? Did you say Lehenga! But, which style of Lehenga are you planning to don at the various ceremonies? Indeed, there is versatility in the style of Lehenga available. Read along and avail the match in accordance with your body type
Flared Lehenga :
This is that traditional style of Lehenga. It fabricates a complete circle at the hem and has a broad flare. A number of pleats add to the volume of the Lehenga. If you are choosing this as your wedding attire, make sure that it is not embellished with too much embroidery. It is perfect for Apple, Pear, Hourglass and rectangular shape body. You can wear it for Mehendi ceremony.
Mermaid Lehenga :
As is evident from the name, these Lehengas are tight at the knees. They flare from the calves and make a fishtail pattern. Hence, these are also known as fishtail Lehenga. With these lehengas, the hips look broader. Thus, they are perfect for women with hourglass or rectangle shape. You can wear it to the reception party or the Sangeet.
Panelled Lehenga :
In this variety of Lehenga horizontal panels of fabric are attached along the flare. It enhances the volume of the flare. This Lehenga makes for the perfect choice for Mehendi, Haldi or Sangeet ceremony. This style looks gorgeous on pear-shaped body or hourglass shape.
A line Lehenga :
An A-line hem marks this category of Lehenga. It sticks to the waist and flares at the bottom. It has less number of pleats. It is easy to carry. You can go with some embroidery at the bottom or heavy choli to make it look more attractive. Whether you have that rectangular body shape or the pear shape, it will simply look amazing on you.
Shararacut Lehenga :
These are stitched in the manner from the middle of the hem. It is a like a huge palazzo but looks like a Lehenga. Team it up with long kurti. It is mostly worn by Muslim brides. But, nowadays the Hindu brides are donning it up too for that different look. It can be worn for almost any body type. However, if you are petite women with too thin legs, try some other patterns.
So, the soon-to-be-bride, there is a lot from which you can choose. Compliment the Lehenga by matching it to your perfect body type! Make the most of the special day by wearing a beautiful smile.
Have a happily ever after!
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