Look traditional, sensous and extraordinary with Bridal lehengas
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Lehengas have become a hot choice for any bride, especially in urban cities. One has endless number of varieties to choose from the lehengas for the bride. You may wear lehengas at every wedding ceremony still you will be able to stand out extraordinarily without feeling that you have repeated a type of clothing . Lehengas can be categorized as the traditional lehengas and the designer lehenga

Choosing the lehengas for the bride

Since it is clothing for the bride it has to look special. Therefore bright colors are used in the background and embroidery is done of silver and golden threads. If you have a fair complexion then shades of deep pink, peach, sea-green, sky-blue will compliment your skin tone. Maroons and reds are good picks for wheatish complexion. It is important to choose the color as per your skin tone. This is because if you are fair and you have chosen pastel shades for your lehengas then the photographs will not come out well. Shades of gold and copper will look stunning if chosen for morning weddings.

Choose lehenga as per your desire but keep in mind that not everyone has a perfect body shape. Though the affect of lehengas is ultra-slimming to any body-shape but those blessed with extra pounds should avoid short or aesthetic cholis with the lehengas.

The sensuous element is you so do not worry much about the skin display.

The people of Rajasthan have a special tradition for the chunni used with the lehengas of the bride. A bed is covered with this chunni and the tradition of “tilak” is performed.

Later, this chunni is used to cover the head of the bride.

A Bridal lehenga seems soulless without embroidery. The Phulkari work on the lehengas in Punjab or the Zari work in Maharashtra provides the lehengas for the bride with a very beautiful and traditional look. But they also make the lehenga too heavy to carry.

The price of these exquisite lehengas for bride may range from anything between 50 thousand to 4 lakh. True, these costumes are for wearing just once and some people may like to think economically. But some would do anything to make their wedding dress unique enough to be envied by other women.