Most of the ladies preserve their wedding lehenga as a treasure in their closet. But why you need to do this especially after spending so much money on that outfit. Try to wear this outfit on different family occasions like Karva Chauth or on a wedding of a sibling.
In this article, we have listed some easy, beautiful and quirky ways to wear wedding lehenga in different occasions.
Let’s have a look at some of the contemporary looks of wearing wedding lehenga:
1. Create an illusion of Anarkali style
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Yes, you heard it right. You can create an illusion of Anarkali style with your wedding lehenga. For this just pair your lehenga with a similar looking band jacket or corset top. And for bridal choli, you can pair with a saree that goes well with it.
2. Lehenga with long sleeve jacket
To make a style statement with your wedding lehenga is very simple now. Just pair it with a long sleeve jacket. And a point to remember if you have a plain lehenga pair it with a jacket which has some work and embroidery on it or go for a plain jacket if you have a heavy work on the lehenga.
3. The monotone blouse
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This a new look that you can try for functions and celebrations. For this, you just need to pair a plain blouse made of silk or brocade with your lehenga and wear the dupatta on one side with a pair of chunky earrings. And you are done.
4. Use dupatta for half saree
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If you have an embellished wedding lehenga then pair it with a fine colour dupatta and wrap it around and make pleats. And you can also go for heavy worked dupatta if you have a plain lehenga. Even you can play with colour combinations in a contrast. At last, don’t forget to blend your colours and fabric well.
5. Pair it with kurta
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Kurta with wedding lehenga is an amazing combination. Try to choose contrast colour kurta for your lehenga which has long sleeves too. To add the bold style, you can also go for turtle neck kurta. You can also add antique embroidery on sleeves and neck if you want to avoid jewellery and want to look subtle.