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Question: Hi I am getting married this December in a grand ceremony. Like every other bride, I also want to wear dazzling attire on my wedding. I find lehenga cholis to be extremely rich and so am going for it. But I am little ignorant about the trends that are in vogue for lehengas. I don’t want anything extravagant but won’t don anything sublime either. I am 5’6” tall and have a well-built figure. I am little broad at the shoulders. Please suggest some latest fads in bridal lehenga varieties and also some styles that are used more often than now.
Answer: Congratulations on your wedding! Selecting a perfect bridal lehenga is a task in itself as more than the colour of the season, it depends on the style and color that suits you. Marriage is an occasion, which is forever remembered by you and people who were invited to your wedding. So you need something that will have a lasting impact not only on your guests but also on the pictures in your photo album that you will so fondly keep viewing for the rest of your life. So you need to make the right cut.
Now since your wedding is set in December, which is a winter month, go in for a warm shade that will flatter the mood. You can consider burgundy, rust or may be onion pink for your attire. Avoid wearing blue-to-greens shades, as they will conflict with the feel of the season.
You are blessed with a good height so you can go for contrasting colors. But remember to use colors in such a manner that the dark colors are more pronounced and at certain specific places than the light ones.
However, a bride needs to like what she is wearing. If you know your color, go for it. Don’t be hesitant to buy a lehenga of your choice just because it’s not the color of the season. In your wedding, the color on your cheeks will matter more than the color of the season or latest trends. So don’t compromise with your likings.
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