Latest Lehenga Designs which are a must-see for 2018 Indian Brides!
Trying to find the perfect lehenga design for your big day but not sure on which one to choose? Well, you are not the only one. In the age of social media bringing you a million lehenga design options on your fingertips, it’s very easy to be overwhelmed and get confused.
But fret not as I am here to help. I have curated a list of all the latest lehenga designs of 2018 of which have literally taken internet by the storm. Scroll down to find the latest lehenga design to wear at your 2018 Indian wedding:
1. Striped dupatta with a monochrome lehenga:
Photography - Badal Raja Company
Monotone lehengas with a striped dupatta (of the lehengas colour along with white) is ruling this wedding season and HOW! I’am seeing more and more brides opt for this lehenga design for their haldi and mehendi ceremonies, and here’s saying this latest lehenga design of 2018, is def gonna be a trendsetter!
Image Source - Vivek Krishna Photography
Image Source - The Royal Affair
2. Raw silk handloom lehenga:
I am glad that a lot of brides today are incorporating handloom lehengas in their wedding wardrobe and are slowly understanding the meaning of sustainable fashion! #YoGoGals!
Meghna Jhuremalani wore a brocade silk lehenga in a forest green colour, with minimal work and a slightly heavy border. Also, how cool is the signature Sabya style blouse and a white floral dupatta? Totally loving how it’s contrasting the outfit and giving it an edge. This latest lehenga design is totally a head-turner.
3. The lehenga with a unique dupatta design:
I have not seen anyone wear it yet, but hey, the latest collection of Tarun Tahiliani just dropped a couple of days back. And this particular lehenga choli design - with the most unique dupatta, is expected to be a popular choice amongst all the brides in the times to come.
P.S - the Mughalesque jaada in handcrafted zardozi with tiny sew-on Swarovski gold crystals give way to a trail of Mughal chaands (crescent moon) and an illusion of a really regal bridal hairdo! *how cool is that?*
4. The quirky lehenga design:
Divya is a bride who has stunned me with her outfit choices this wedding season and her mehendi outfit was def my favourite. She chose to wear a lilac Papa Don’t Preach embellished tulle lehenga skirt paired with a glass beaded cut work choli and looked stunning.
For all you brides-to-be, who are looking for a little quirk in their wedding outfits this wedding season, I say definitely take cues from this latest lehenga design! *It’s worth it!*
5. An ivory lehenga with muted tones of gold:
Totally crushing over this ivory lehenga with muted tones of gold on it. What’s more stunning is the pop-of-colour brought by the pink motifs on the dupatta.
Image Source - Dipak Studios
This understated yet jazzy lehenga choli design is definitely gonna steal a lot of hearts! Also, brownie points to you, if you bring some more pop-of-colour to it with your jewelry choices, like this bride here.
6. The one with Dramatic dupatta:
Image Source - Lightsmiths Photography
Designer - Soumya Nandivada
Ruffles have been trending from a quite some time and from the looks of it, they are here to stay! I for one, am in this love with this bridal lehenga design!
Seen here is a bride who has opted for a low waist lehenga skirt with a cold shoulder blouse with floral thread embroidery and she has paired it with a ruffled dupatta!
7. Floral print lehengas:
Image Source - Ritika Hairstylist
Don’t confuse them with the regular floral embroidered lehengas, am talking about the these lightweight simple lehenga designs which have floral prints on them.
A lot, and by lot I mean literally a lot of brides are opting for these and they sure will continue trending the upcoming Indian wedding season.
How do you not fall in love with them?
8. Shirt-esque blouse:
Totally going gaga over how this bride has opted to wear a shirt-esque crop top with bell sleeves and paired with a lehenga skirt with extensive mirror work on it!
Image Source - The Photo Diary
A plain and simple top with a heavily embellished skirt too is a trending latest lehenga design! Are you taking notes 2018 brides?
9. With a sheer dupatta with placed motifs:
Majorly crushing over this multi coloured lehenga skirt with floral work on it which is paired with a shimmery peach choli. What’s caught my attention though, is the jazzy sheer dupatta with placed motifs on it!
Image Source - Kashif Rashid
Gives you some major ‘chand chupa hai’ feels right? Just me? OKAY! *90’s kids things*
10. The lehenga deisgn with fairytale vibes:
This bride opted to wear an ice blue pleated Anita Dongre lehenga skirt paired which gave some major fairytale vibes. She paired it with an ivory blouse with similar floral work on the lehenga-choli.
For all the brides looking for romanticism & fairytale-like experience in an outfit this bridal lehenga design sure is a way to go.
11. The classic red lehenga:
A red lehenga is never going to go out of style and you can see from all the desi-to-videsi brides opting for it. Simona Kubasova wore a breath-taking signature red Sabyasachi lehenga with aari-taari embroidery and zardosi highlights and looked her stunning self!
The lehenga composed of a blouse with sweetheart neckline and 3/4th sleeves paired with a high-neck lehenga skirt and double dupattas with net fabric.
12. The cape-dupatta style lehenga:
Is it a dupatta, is it a cape? Well, what’s important is, it’s a stunner. These latest lehenga designs where the cape doubles up as a dupatta are definitely ah-mazing!
I am in love with this bride who has opted for a pastel pink monochromatic lehenga with golden work on it!
13. The quirkiest bridal lehenga ever:
Shweta Tripathi wanted to wear a bridal lehenga like never-made before and Shubhika from Papa Don’t Preach ensued just that!
This latest lehenga design comprises of a fuschia lehenga skirt paired with ivory choli and sheer teal dupatta. What caught my attention the most is the pop-of-color brought to the outfit by the quirky embroidery.
Image Source - Stories by Joseph Radhik
14. The all-purple lehenga:
It’s been raining purple this wedding season and I for one in love with this bride’s all purple simple lehenga design.
Image Source - Design Aqua Studio
Ravneet opted to wear a all-purple lehenga with muted tones of white with golden border on the dupatta!
15. The banarasi lehengas:
This Indian wedding season is also seeing a lot of brides opting for Banarasi lehengas and the fascination to this fabric is totally understandable. They are very light and flowy, which makes it suitable for all seasons.
Image Credits: Bhumi & Simran
So, which latest lehenga design are you looking to opt for your 2018 Indian Wedding?