Maroon Magic- bridal lehengas that are unconventional!
Ditch the pink and red lehengas this wedding season and look royal, majestic and classy in maroon lehengas. They are stunning and suit all Indian skin tones. Here are a few inspirations for you to choose the in colour this wedding season.
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We adore this maroon number that is styled with dual dhupattas. The velvet one looks regal and the see through dhupatta gives shy and bridal vibes.
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We love this stunning brown-maroon lehenga. The entire ensemble looks stunning and we adore the heavily worked blouse and dhupatta.
The over sized flower motifs on the velvet choli looks chi and we love hoe this bride has added an off-white dhupatta to her ensemble to break the monotony.
The paisley motifs on the velvet skirt, the polka on the blouse adds a chic element to the otherwise ethnic outfit
Here comes the Sabyasachi bride adorning a beautiful maroon-burgundy velvet lehenga with zardosi and gota patti work. Doesn’t she look ravishing?
Kangana rocks the runway in the grand and regal maroon lehenga. The peacock motifs on the skirt as a highlight and we love the off shoulder neck of the elegant blouse.
This bride looks delightful with a mix of tradition ad contemporary style in her ensemble. We love the golden detailing in the scallops of her skirt and a bold move to go with a high neck blouse on this stunning ensemble.
We love these dual dhupatta lehengas that Sabyasachi designs. It’s everything a bride wants in her wedding outfit - elegance, grandeur and stunning.
The intricately embroidered skirt looks super stunning and we love the simple dhupatta on this gorgeous lehenga.
We love this smiling bride and her aristocratic ensemble. The heavily worked dual dhupattas add to the regal look of the entire wedding ensemble.
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The bride is rocking the simple yet stunning lehenga. We adore the work on the waist and the entire sleeve area. The ensemble looks enhanced with the help of a plain border, bringing out the gold motifs on the lehenga.