10 brides who left us awestruck with their stunning multicolored lehengas!
An Indian wedding is all about colours and more colours…
From the decor, to the outfits- every element of a shaadi is vibrant and colourful!
While some brides are slaying it in conventional red/maroon lehengas and some are experimenting with pastel hues, there are others who have taken to incorporating a variety of colours in their bridal ensemble!
Yes, you heard that right!! Brides are winning hearts with multicolored lehengas. These are offbeat, chic and edgy!
Here’s me listing some stunning multicolored lehengas which will make you drool and you’d want to adorn one ASAP:
1. Pastel-hued multicoloured lehenga
Image source: Reels & Frames
Outfit by: Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla
Shloka Mehta nailed her look in this pastel hued multicolour lehenga. The designs on the light pink lehenga skirt incorporating colours like blue, green, mango and purple are simply gorgeous. Not to miss the embroidered blouse and the subtle diamond jewellery.
2. Royal-looking multicoloured lehenga
Image source: The Wedding Crashers
From tip to toe, this lehenga is absolutely fascinating! Right from the double dupattas to the unique play of colours and designs on the lehenga skirt and to the sea green sheer dupatta plus the zari work at the end of it – all facets of this ensemble have won me over.
3. Play of colours with a traditional touch!
Image source: Pari Khanna
This bride is setting #MehendiOutfitGoals with this lehenga. I personally love the lehenga skirt with vibrant paisley designs and the lime green dupatta with chic ruffles.
The dulhan pairs the outfit with red sneakers, I love the coolness and swag!!
4. Ravishing in a gipsy-inspired look!
Image source: Ankit
All you brides-to-be out there, you’ve got to check out this one!
Totally loving how this bride has paired her multi-coloured flared lehenga with a shimmery sequin blouse. What caught my eye though is the irregular patterns on her lehenga skirt.
P.S- Don’t miss the ruffles on the end of the skirt that are totally adding an extra oomph to the entire ensemble!
5. Floral and chic lehenga
Image source: Kashif Rashid
Perfect for your mehendi ceremony, I can’t take my eyes off this multi coloured lehenga! I am in love with how this bride has paired this floral print lehenga with a rustic blouse and a gorgeous lime green dupatta.
I am drooling over this refreshing outfit and I just can’t stop crushing over this bride’s look!!
6. Nature-inspired multicolour lehenga
Image source: Studio Kelly Photography
When you look at this lehenga, it appears more like a perfect canvas- with nature and pretty designs all over it! The hues, the intricate designs and the embroidered blouse are noteworthy. Not to miss the dainty tassels on the blouse and the floral tiara.
7. Minimalistic multicolour lehenga
Image source: Shades
Want to stick to simple yet unmissable?
This subtle and elegant lehenga is a good pick for your mehendi ceremony!! The use of pastel colours with the right amount of shimmer and shine is all you want for a daytime function.
8. Gorgeous embroidered lehenga
Image source: Shades
Sky blue lehenga skirt with pink and rust patterns paired with a floral ochre blouse is a major inspiration for the bride who wants to experiment with offbeat colours and patterns. I have to mention the beautiful and colourful tassels with pom poms on them- adding the chicness to the ensemble!
9. Bright and refreshing multicoloured lehenga!
Image source: Colorblind Production
A blue off-shoulder blouse with tassels paired with a lehenga skirt which boasts of vibrant and unconventional patterns, has undoubtedly impressed me! The bride teams her ensemble with silver sneakers and adds the extra attitude and coolness to the outfit!
10. Butterfly-inspired floral lehenga
Image source: Shutter Down
The first thing that catches my attention and I am pretty sure it must have caught your attention too, is the butterfly-inspired blouse. The embroidery on the high-waisted lehenga skirt is awe-inspiring and stunning!!
Which colours are you ready to dazzle in?