We kick-started this year talking about the biggest bridal trends for the year 2020. (know more about it here). One note-worthy trend that we mentioned was the undeniable shift towards jewel tone lehengas that have been grazing the ramps of leading designers for some time now. Today's bride wants to stand out with her trousseau choices, and for that, she's unafraid to experiment with different silhouettes and shades for her bridal lehenga. While we were bidding adieu to the run-off-the-mill ceremonial colours, we began tuning in to these 5 shades of lehengas that are meant for the modern Indian bride.
This shade is meant for the bold and quirky bride who fancies sporting a pair of black boots and a leather jacket for the post-phera photo-shoot. The hue is undeniably vivacious and youthful, making it one of the best tones on our lust-list. Check out more fuchsia lehengas here.
Romantic Powder Blues
Pastel hues? Sure, but powder blues? Take all my money now! This romantic shade has our heart and it's the perfect choice, especially if you are having a destination wedding. It is meant for all us ladies who particularly prefer pink only as their blush, but not as a bridal outfit colour. Pick yours now!
If neural colours constitute a majority of your wardrobe, then beige is THE spirit colour of your bridal lehenga. The colour is straight-forward and shouts a no-nonsense attitude, that is very much your personality. We love the options that we have with some pretty gold zardozi embroidery and embellishments.
Yes we are aware of emerald greens being a ceremonial colour. But we plan on taking our fascination for citrus hues a notch ahead and giving the usual tones a back-seat by being pro-lime. If a beach wedding awaits you, we insist you make a statement with this colour; It won't disappoint with regards to receiving compliments, we guarantee. See more of these here.
Speaking of citrus hues, this vibrant orange is hard to miss. We accept that this obsession began right after we saw the recent Sabyasachi's Destination Wedding 2020 campaign, with jubilant lehengas that everyone was talking about. Own your tangerine shades, now!
Loved this article? Let us know in the comments below which shade is your pick as a modern Indian bride.