Unique and Offbeat Bridal Lehengas That We Just Spoted!

Unique And Offbeat Bridal Lehengas That We Recently Spotted

Are you thinking of gifting a stylish and exclusive lehenga to your beloved on your marriage day? Charming ethnic bridal lehengas with a unique design can certainly make a lovely gift. It is a part of the bridal set, which generally consists of the sari, the choli, the dupatta, etc. So, how do you choose the perfect lehenga to gift to your loved one?

When choosing the perfect lehenga for your wedding, it is important to keep in mind the personality of the bride. For instance, some prefer very elegant and intricate bridal lehengas while others prefer simple, embellished ones. When you go shopping for these gorgeous ethnic bridal lehengas, you will come across scores of stunning options that are available at varying price ranges. So, what are some of the unique and offbeat bridal lehengas that we recently spotted!

This lehenga is a little bit different from the crowd. It is a combination of the choli, dupatta, and a sari, which make it more chic and stylish! What makes this attire so special is that it comes with an additional embellishment, which is a piece of fabric that comes in the form of sequins or stones attached to the lehenga. This unique sari has been worn by many celebrities including Aishwarya Rai and Manish Malhotra. It is just so classy that we don’t think it is fit for everyday use, but it definitely makes for a wonderful accent piece for the evening parties!

This beautiful lehenga is styled in a very unique manner. The fabric that is used to make the lehenga is the Dupatta, which is a fusion of silk and net. Adding to the stunning look of this gorgeous and offbeat bridal wear, is that the dupatta is accompanied by a sequin brooch that is stitched on to the Dupatta at the waistline!

This lehenga is not only very classy, but it is also ultra trendy! Bridesmaids, who have come in from ethnic backgrounds, can certainly complement the looks of this lehenga very well. What makes it so cool is that the sari (palm) that comes with it is typically thicker than the ones that go with typical lehengas. This gives a very unique look, which compliments all styles of weddings!

The style of this bridal lehenga that we saw, has a very heavy embellishment at the front. The heavy embroidery is a combination of gold and crystal stones, with the crystal embedded on the pearls that are stitched onto the front of the lehenga. This is a very chic style of dress that is sure to make heads turn wherever it goes! Those of you who are planning to have an Asian themed wedding, may want to consider these dresses!

As mentioned earlier, many women do not prefer heavy embroidery on their dresses. However, for those women, who do, the lehenga that was spotted by us, comes with the perfect choice. The lehenga that we saw had intricate designs of multi-coloured beads and sequins on the front of the dress that was beautifully embroidered. Adding to the luxurious look, there was a further feature that made this lehenga the perfect choice – it had beaded thread that was stitched through all the different sections of the lehenga!

If you would like to get married in a style that is out of the ordinary, then these two unique and offbeat bridal lehengas that we recently spotted! You will not regret wearing them as your special day approaches. Each one of these dresses is truly unique and offbeat. We hope that you will choose the one that you think will suit you best. For more tips on how to accessorise for your wedding, check out our website today!

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