Look Ravishing in Your Bridal Lehenga

by Chandan Singh Blogger & Online Marketer

The Lehenga-Choli as an outfit and girls, in general, have a beautiful love affair with each other since eternity. What is really at the back of your mind is that you should look ravishing in your attire so that you are the apple of your husband’s eyeballs and an object of envy for the rest of the ladies at the event. Three key factors while deciding on your lehenga choli are essentially the cut of the lehenga, your height and skin tone. The cut is basically to suit your body types and height and the skin tone helps in choosing the color and fabric. Get ready to solve your riddle with the following tips to select the perfect Indian bridal wear lehenga online.

Selection based on body shape

•    The hourglass

Girl, you are blessed with the best body shape and any style you choose should work for you. This one is the easiest body type to choose for, as brides with this body type can pull off any lehenga design with perfect ease.

•    The skinny bride

To add some curves to the slender area select lighter shades with voluminous fabric types which do not cling to your body like banarasi silk, tussar silk, kosa silks and other handloom varieties as they are heavier in weave and give a flowing effect to the garment. Your midriff and slender frame are your most valuable assets, so make sure that the choli has to specially crafted highlighting these most valuable assets. Typically circular style would suit you the best and second in line would be A-line cut lehenga.

•    The busty bride

It’s time you stopped being conscious of your assets and choose a lehenga with a monotone blouse with simple traditional neckline with minimal basic embroidery on the blouse to shift the attention towards lehenga. The lehenga can have elaborate embroidery and embellishments to garner maximum attention.

•    The pear-shaped bride

If you have a heavier bottom and a curvy waistline, go for flared, panel or A-line lehengas with just a slight flare from the waist. Go for cholis that are embellished with heavy zari and zardosi work to keep the focus on the upper half. You may settle for the deep neckline and backless choli to divert attention from the lower half.

•    The athletic bride

Contemporary lehengas that are well-fitted from the waist till the knee, and flare out from there are a great pick for the athletic body type and also make the arm length till elbow length to hide your biceps.

•    The petite bride

Struggling to find a lehenga in which you do not look floating in it, go for a high-waisted lehenga with a thin waistband with a vertical pattern to create an illusion of longer legs. Try to stick to a single color instead of choosing a contrast lehenga choli.

Skintone and height considerations for selecting lehengas

•    The fair Bride

If you are fair complexioned then all colors would suit whether dark or light and also all contrasting shades. If you are short, try lehengas which start from midriff with vertical patterns to give you the virtual effect of long legs coupled with high heels to complete the look. If you are tall then skip the heels.

•    The dusky bride

Dusky or not so fair beauties should settle for subtle and light shades and make sure the embroidery is also in dull variants as it does not contrast with your skin tone. If anything for height is your motto then you need to play around with the design of embroidery and high heels to get the virtual taller look. If you are blessed with a good height, ditch those heels and go for long graceful cholis while keeping the length of the lehenga limited to your heels.

You can search for bridal, Indian party wear lehenga online, Indian wedding lehenga online to get a huge collection from online stores to get one best suited to your needs.

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Created on Sep 18th 2018 05:18. Viewed 551 times.


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