Thursday, January 22, 2015

Indian Wedding Dresses-Perfect Amalgam of Tradition and Style

The wedding day comes as the most awaited days in every girl’s life. Every bride wishes to wear best attire to look graceful. When it comes to selecting bridal outfit, Indian wedding dresses are in vogue. With a wide range of bridal lehengas available, a bride can make her choice from traditional to contemporary wear.


The ethnic bridal lehengas are fashioned out of excellent fabrics and come in distinct styles with appealing color combinations. The specially designed wedding attires are perfect to provide you an enhanced look on your special day.
Evergreen Red Colored Wedding Dresses


Red comes as the traditional color for Indian brides whether they are in India or in USA or in any other corner of the world. The color symbolizes happiness, joy and respect and is associated with Indian wedding attires. These lehengas come with perfect gold colored embroidery or in an elegant blend of red and green. Nowadays, girls can also go for new combinations having a red base. You can choose from different shades of red encompassing blood red, tomato color or an amalgam of magenta and red.

Go Lively with Pink Colored Lehengas


Another trendy color of bridal lehengas is pink which makes you look elegant and goes well with modern style. This young and lively color is best to be worn by brides with fairer skin tones. Bollywood celebrity Aishwarya Rai also chose a baby pink lehanga on her Mehandi ceremony which complemented her fair skin. It comes with silver colored gorgeous embroidery work on it. Pearl and bead work further enhance their appeal.  

Try Different with Double or Triple Contrasts


Color contrasted lehengas are another increasing trend, gaining popularity in Indian wedding dresses. Double shaded lehengas are in vogue that most of the brides want to try out with their favorite colors. Trendy combinations include orange and pink, green and gold and green and red. Copper combined with antique bronze work on triple shaded colors are also holding attention of to-be-wed brides.


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