We’ve all been there, done that when it comes to picking the heavy lehengas for a special occasion and there’s always room for something new, something offbeat. With so many occasions happening through the year, we are always on the lookout for ‘something different.’ Our designers got together to address this with much enthusiasm and have shortlisted these 5 lehenga looks to slay this season. We promise these are not the ‘typical’ or the ‘done to death’ styles, but some that you’ll find hard to resist. Read on!
A pastel shade can never go wrong. No matter which colour you go with, classy sequins work on it will do the magic. Try a sprinkled look all over your lehenga and some of it on the choli too if you love bling. However, make sure to not go overboard with it. The pastel lehengas and gowns are subtle and the bling on them will just add the festive look you need.
Accessorise your traditional look with a waist belt. Whether you prefer a classic long choli or a short blouse if you can flaunt it, a belt designed especially for your lehenga can make your outfit trendy in just a second. Pick a golden or a silver belt to go with the embellishments on your outfit or introduce a colour to make it look brighter.
Go offbeat with a peplum style heavy top or opt for capped sleeves to add that zing to your look. These trendy styles of stitching are not everyone’s cup of tea and all you need is confidence to be able to carry it well. No matter which colour you choose or what kind of work you prefer, the highlight of your outfit will be the style. However, if you’re going with capped sleeves, try out Net or a similar fabric for a beautiful flow.
Flaunt a riot of colours with one of Tacfab’s gorgeous gowns with heavy dupattas. From multi-coloured silk full-length gowns to many more perfect colour combinations to make you look vibrant, we have curated a collection to suit every taste. You could pick a fuschia one for a pre-bridal event for yourself or a blue and multi-coloured one for your best friend’s sangeet function.
If you’re not very experimental with your lehenga and choli style, this one is meant for you. Go for a colour that will change the game altogether! Pick from a grey, powder blue, mustard, black, lime, olive green or wine shade and you’re sure to rock even the simplest of outfits.