'Red' Is Auspicious, 8 Real Brides Who Rocked The 'Red Lehenga' With Full Grace


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'Red' Is Auspicious, 8 Real Brides Who Rocked The 'Red Lehenga' With Full Grace

Brides-to-be have many colour choices for their ensemble like golden, pink and maroon in the running, but red-hot pieces are what always make them go crazy. Wondering what makes us say that? Here’s your dope- we have caught a few real brides red-handed who have carried the auspicious and romantic red with much élan and twist. With their penchant for the rich and affluent hue; they prove that ‘red’ is here to stay.

Here is a roundup of the conventional colour being flaunted by the blushing brides.

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#1. Cool and ultra-feminine

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Even when fashion is changing every hour, red is always the pulse of the moment. And this is clearly noticeable through the graceful and dreamy red attire of this bride. Combined with heavy yet fine embroidery work, the intense red bridal wear highlights the elegance and the style statement of the bride. So, all those who prefer classiness and want to imbibe unconventionality in their appearance can opt for this style.

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#2. Rock with the Rajasthani look

Image: Luv Israni Photography

Get inspired by this rich and regal lehenga-choli and turn out as a beautiful bride on your D-day. Composed of a beautiful net dupatta with delicate work and embroidery, the attire looks stunning and looks like a heavenly vision. The aesthetic Rajasthani jewellery too is radiating opulence and elevating the colour red to new levels. You too can take a tip or two from her traditional and royal look.

#3. Mesmerising mesh

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Aren’t we done with usual embroideries, gotas and laces? The jaal work or mesh pattern is the hottest thing to be seen in on your wedding day. The actress Geeta Basra is looking no less than a diva flaunting the exotic pattern. The vibrant shade, extravagant embroidery, trendy jaal cut border and the splendid kundan jewellery has revamped her ethnic wear into a designer piece. We are sure you have gathered enough inspiration to ditch the usual borders and designs for the sake of mesh. Go ahead.

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#4. Floral flare

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Flowers and the colour red are every girl’s eternal favourites. And by combining the two, this bride puts together an entirely different look. While, the heavy and flowy trousseau crafted with intricate floral embroidery is intensifying the effect, the rich red hue is marvellously reflecting the old world charm. Inspired? You too can celebrate your love for red like she did.

#5. Pep it up with purple

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If the bulky and weighted lehenga haunts you, here is an inspiration for a makeover. This chic bride has broken the monotony and enlivened her bridal wear with a mix of colour and fabric. At the same time, she hasn’t ditched the traditional vibes completely. She has spiced it up by pairing her red lehenga with a preppy purple shirt. If your take on fashion is unique as well, just go by the ‘blend rule’.

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#6. Bridal bling

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Shimmer, sequins and glitters have been the ageless wonders to inspire a wedding day look. So, this bride opting for a bright and vivacious garment doesn’t come as a surprise to us; after all, bling is the symbol of royalty. Moreover, she excels in achieving the look, as the combination of golden polka motifs on red makes the couture stand out. Exquisite embroidery and intricate work looks uplifting and energising too.

The irresistible masterpiece will definitely catch multiple eyeballs.

#7. Juxtaposed with beige

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As the season demands, this bride is confidently flaunting the hottest trend, the mix and match. Instead of having it all zesty in red, she is giving her appearance a twist with a dose of traditional beige. The contrast pale-coloured upper draping with the mesmerising red ghagra is definitely making a difference. Try out this vivid lehenga-choli to have all eyes on you, but ensure a right balance with your colour choice.

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#8. Update with accessories

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This bride’s ensemble no doubt looks attention grabbing and extremely pretty. But, with her choice of minimal yet trendy accessories, she makes it stand out a mile. The pair of trendy golden heels is jazzing up her outfit and giving it a chic quotient. Her neckpiece and the earrings too are adding an aesthetic value to the entire look. So, to complement your overall look, pair your outfit with the right and suave jewellery pieces.

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The colour red, which has been trending since forever, seems to have made a permanent place for itself in every girl’s wedding trousseau. Be it the ramp, red carpet or a wedding night; the old-fashioned red is the ruler everywhere. After all, it is glamorous, auspicious, royal and romantic.

So, get ready to make an ultra-feminine move with the attractive and exquisite hue on your wedding day.

Cover Image Courtesy: The Wedding Story