How to Choose Your Bridal Lehenga Choli
Traditional Indian weddings are full of life, color, décor, jewellery, dazzling outfits and lots of food. Unlike the Western Countries, there are so many cultures and rituals in Indian weddings. The whole dancing, feasting, pre and post wedding ceremonies are just like any fairytale. But eventually it’s the Bride that is the center of attraction on the D-Day, everyone wants to have a glimpse of her. Hence the Bride has to be very careful while choosing her Indian wedding dress as she needs to wear it on the most important day of her life and she cannot manage to look even an inch less on that day. So, here are some tips on:
How to choose the Perfect Lehenga Choli for Wedding
If you are one of those Bride who wants to look the best on her D-day and is looking for various options in Bridal Lehenga then here are some factors which will help you in picking up the right one for yourself.
Whenever you choose any garment, the first thing that comes in your mind is the fabric of the garment. The reason is also correct as by choosing the right material only you would be able to be comfortable in the outfit. So, here also opt for such Lehenga choli that is made of soft fabric and you feel comfortable in it. As you need to perform several wedding rituals in the same attire, you cannot afford to feel even a little uncomfortable in it. Most preferred fabrics for Bridal Lehenga are Net, Silk, Satin or Georgette.
After you have decided on the fabric, the next thing that you need to do is decide the kind of pattern you want for your lehenga. Just don’t go for any style for the sake that its IN these days rather than understand your body shape first and accordingly decide which type of cut will suit your body type. Some of the popular styles of lehenga are A-line, Mermaid, Fishtail or Straight cut.
Apart from the skirt (lehenga), you also need to focus on the top (choli), these days its preferred that you have contrast color lehenga choli. For the choli designs you can go through the several options like three-fourth sleeves, cape sleeves, short choli, long choli, choli with jackets etc.
This one’s is the most important as this can entirely change your overall look. Mostly in weddings, the Bride has to cover the head with her duppatta because of the various rituals that she needs to perform. But for that also she have various options like she can make the drape like a saree or traditional sidha pallu or you can also opt for Double duppatta, if in case your bridal duppatta is too heavy to take over your head.
Depending on your skin tone, you can pick up the color for your Bridal outfit. If you have a fair skin then you can opt for colors like red, marsala, pink, peach, avoid colors like silver and it you have a dark skin then the best color option is brick red.