Don’t you feel so boring by watching same red hues everywhere in wedding ceremony? It may not bore you but I am not at all getting it now! I have extracted and selected some more real and plush bridal colours which are the best counterpart of red and suitable for your glorious lehenga sets. Bridal colours must be chosen according to the skin complexion and body types as well. So, glam sham your ‘once in a blue-moon’ party.
Red is a so obvious colour that people are self predicting the ways in which bride will drape herself. Let’s give them a surprise and may their prediction fail them. Scroll down to have a look at those five exquisite bridal colours in which you can definitely steal the show.
You are the princess of the day and how can it be possible that golden is out of the trousseau? Not in any case! This colour will make you glow throughout the event. Though not used as in tradition but nowadays, the usage of golden base is used by many designers and boutique experts. Well, who says this is not the colour for brides? Rusty golden or dull shimmer goes well with south Asian tone.
Bottle green is the funkiest ever option generally used by our neighbouring country, Pakistan. But the mysterious colour is loved and adapted in India as well. Goes well with wheat-complexion of Indian women, you can bottle green shade in the huge array of online lehengas. This colour of the lehenga is pretty strong and vibrant and thus you should opt for clean high bun and minimal makeup.
Orange colour doesn’t come under preppy category. So, if you have any confusion, strictly go for orange. Its sassy yet mysterious hue will definitely complement you in the gala. Light orange gives a fresh citrus look which makes Indian skin tone absolutely sexy. Wear it with golden heels and traditional jewellery to enhance the whole appeal.
Blue is the classy combination of mystery and sass. This cool colour helps to intensify the appearance of a person. Every second or fourth person loves this colour because it isn’t too showy or dull. Blue is the best colour for a bride or wedding purposes because nobody will think it as one. Even little embellishments or bright embroidery work will pitch up the whole glare of your lehenga in blue. A Bollywood lehenga in blue which was worn by Bengali bombshell, Bipasha Basu looked really charming.
Marsala is a sassy wine colour which has seductiveness in its genes. Marsala coloured lehenga should always be complimented with mineral or smoky makeup. Highlight the classiness of your lehengas by clubbing them with royal choker neckpiece and a pair of drop earrings.