The modern Indian bride is a strong, independent women and her bridal trousseau reflects the same. Although traditional fabrics like Kanjeevarams and Benarasi are still favored by many, there are also those who want to tread off the beaten path and come up with something that is entirely unique. The recent bridal lehenga designs that we currently see on the fashion weeks point to this very trend where unconventional fabrics, cuts and silhouettes are being used to reflect how a contemporary Indian women thinks and feel about her marriage.
The first thing to be noticed in this regard is that most of these designer bridal lehengas are lightweight and they have reuse value, which means, that the lehenga can be worn later on other occasions as well, even after the wedding. Traditional sarees and lehengas are usually so heavy and cumbersome that girls simply put it away in their trunks after the wedding is over, and the garment hardly ever sees the light of day again. Not so with these lehengas, as most girls look upon it as investment and they make sure that they would be able to wear it later as well.
The best place is to look for such offbeat, designer lehengas is to search the e- stores and one can buy bridal lehengas online. They can offer you more design and variations in any given time than you would find across multiple physical stores. Also, one can find bridal lehenga with price as well, which means they are free to choose according to their budget, without the hassle of bargaining and haggling.
They also come with a lot of other details like information about the fabric, the manner of washing them, the sizes they are available in and a lot more, which makes the entire process of shopping so much easier and a less time consuming one.
The latest bridal lehengas are all about shimmers, metallic tones and detailing and Sabyasachi took another step forward with his collection “Illuminate” in the Grand Finale of 2016 edition of LFW. The bridal lehengas showcased in these collection spell tradition and chic at the same time and are a wonderful reflection of the Indian woman who is fuss- free and yet embraces her femininity wholeheartedly, not afraid to experiment with her attire. Get inspired by these designs and go ahead to make the day your own.