By Shreya Sharma Last Updated:
We live in a society where red is considered to be an auspicious colour and is the first colour that crosses everyone’s mind when it comes to wedding outfits. Most of us have imagined ourselves in a red bridal lehenga at least for once in our lives. But isn’t it too common now? Yes! And that is the reason why brides are shifting their lehenga choice from red to other colours now. From Pastels to rusty shades, everything is being tried on by brides these days, and we cannot applaud them enough for putting this step forward. Though red colour has a grace of itself, there is one other colour that has caught our attention, and not just ours, this colour is sure to grab everyone’s attention and make you shine the brightest.
Yes, we are talking about the colour that oozes sparkle and glitters all around. We are talking about golden lehengas! It can be a little daring for you to pull off a golden lehenga, but girls, trust us, this is going to make you dazzle like a patakha. The shades of gold go great with Indian skin tone, and rightly adds all the shimmer and sparkle you deserve on your wedding day. Here are the celebrities and real brides who ditched red and chose shades of gold for their lehenga!
Anushka Sharma, who married the love of her life, Virat Kohli in 2017, chose an antique gold lehenga by Sabyasachi for her reception. The intricate work on the lehenga and classic, a fuss-free cut made it for a beautiful outfit. The actress chose a diamond and solitaire choker to complete the look.
The princess of Pataudi clan chose a golden lehenga with an orange dupatta from Sabyasachi’s opium collection. The combination of gold and orange made Soha look like a delicately gorgeous bride! The passa and the heavy jewellery with the touch of green complemented the entire look and made her look regal.
The best friend of Sonam Kapoor in film Aisha, Amrita Puri chose a Sabyasachi lehenga that translated the whole Persian document into artistic panels. The lehenga was made with one hundred and eleven colours of thread on a gold base colour. The heavy silk and sequined lehenga is undoubtedly what every bride would love to wear. The choli-cut blouse and choker neckpiece added grace to the entire look.
The South Indian actress, who made it big in Bollywood with her debut film Ghajini, turned into a beautiful Sabyasachi bride on her D-day. The actress chose gold and beige lehenga and kept her jewellery and makeup minimal. To add more details, the lehenga had a broad maroon border with golden hand embroidery work.
Sagarika Ghate, who married former cricketer Zaheer Khan in a court, chose a golden banarsi lehenga from Sabyasachi for her reception. The actress looked ethereal in her simple yet beautiful attire. The golden choker and mang tikka made for a perfect combination with the lehenga.
The cardiologist, Isha Patel chose Sabyasachi’s gold colour lehenga for her big day. The heavily embroidered lehenga with floral motifs had a unique broad border on the skirt. This bride completed her look with a maatha patti and heavy neckpiece.
This international bride chose for a Sabyasachi lehenga for her desi wedding. With a brown base and golden work, the lehenga looked surreal on Katja Hahnloser. The bralette blouse and a set of simple neckpieces made for a great look.
The dermatologist, Varshini Reddy wore a Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding. The lighter tone of gold with hand embroidery and a broad border with white base and golden work made her lehenga a visual treat. She completed the look with a heavy choker neckpiece from none other than Sabyasachi.
The social media consultant, Isha Multani wore an overall golden outfit for the biggest day of her life. The shimmer work and border on the dupatta made her look like a royal Sabyasachi bride. The passa, the mang tikka, and the choker everything had looked perfect and inspiring.
As the name suggests, this bride is meant to bring a smile on your face with just one look. The embellished Sabyasachi lehenga looked bewitching. What added the grace, was her bangles, haath phool, mathapatti and heavy neckpiece!
Sometimes, everything that glitters is not gold; it is our beautiful brides rocking the golden lehenga look! Add up some glimmer and shimmer to your wedding day by adding a golden outfit!