Or, The Best Lehengas of 2014 – according to my Pinterest boards. These are the most re-pinned, out of all the beautiful lehengas that made their way into the market in 2014. Yes, you can still grab yourself one of these beauties – the designs are still “fresh”! Here’s a practical guide to the best of what 2014 had to offer, that you can wear to your wedding this year. I’ve included some of my notes from the posts the lehengas were first seen in.
#5 Navy blue lehenga by Madsam Tinzin
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#4 Black lehenga by Sabyasachi
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“This black velvet lehenga with vintage muslim zardozi embroidery, is black. So most of you won’t wear it. But this one’s for those who don’t care about wearing a black or white garment on their wedding functions (I know you brides exist!) It’s insanely gorgeous, isn’t it?
Where to wear? With a different blouse & dupatta (the ones in the picture are quite un-bridal), you can wear it to your Reception. Or as is, to your best friend’s winter wedding in Delhi – that’s a pashmina shawl draped on her arms.”
I recently found a bride who actually wore this stunning Sabysachi creation! Of course, with a different blouse. And she accessorised heavily and added embellished dupattas – PERFECTION.
Image courtesy: Joseph Radhik
#3 Sky blue lehenga by Jyotsna Tiwari
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“Isn’t this the dreamiest, most whimsical lehenga you have ever laid eyes on? The delicate work, the way it looks like you’re walking through a shower of flowers. Where to wear? Put me in this on my Sangeet or day wedding. The sister of bride/groom could also wear this on the wedding.”
#2 Blush pink lehenga by Tarun Tahiliani
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“…outfit I fell in LOVE with. Blush pink, bright multi-coloured borders – SO many borders. It’s the best kind of decadence! The maroon blouse has grown on me over time (I first saw this at the Vogue Wedding Show last week), so now I don’t mind it.
Where to wear? Your day wedding, your Sangeet, your Reception. Truly a bride’s lehenga. A sister of the bride/groom could also pull this off though, since it IS light enough. Check with the bride AND groom though before you pick this up, to ensure their outfits are heavier than this.”
Here are a few more shots of the lehenga from fashion week –
#1 Ivory lehenga by Anita Dongre
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“Want a styling idea for this ivory raw silk lehenga? Click, click!”