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Hottest Colour Combinations for Indian Bridal Lehengas
By aman singh 5/10/2017 3:23 AM

Brides are geared up for the upcoming wedding season. Not just brides, bridesmaids are not far behind as well. And given the latest Indian Bridal collections by noted designers such as Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Ritu Kumar and Manish Malhotra, experimentation with lehenga colour combinations is on the cards for sure. In the advent of 2017, we have witnessed some amazing colour trends that blend both traditional and contemporary norms.

These colour combinations are quite revolutionary in a certain way as they provide a whole new prospective as to how an Indian Bridal Dress should look like. It's something like breaking free of apprehensions yet keeping alive the ties to tradition. Let's have a look at the hottest colour combos of this season.

Maroon Choli paired with Mustard Skirt

Now that's a very interesting colour combination one comes across while searching for Indian Bridal wear. A maroon choli in velvet paired with a fully embroidered and sequin studded ankle length skirt can make for an impressive bridal wear.

Mustard orange with lavender

This colour is hard to describe. You can say it's the colour of "moticoor ladoos". Combination of this colour with lavender can truly create waves. This colour combo is unique, elegant, interesting and simply amazing.

Pale Blue with Purple

Sonam Kapoor rocked this combo in one of her photoshoots and we just loved it. It was different, graceful and utterly stylish. Moreover, this colour combination works for all Indian Party Wear attires as well. A complete purple lehenga with a heavily embellished pale blue dupatta looks beautiful beyond words.

Sage with Brick Red

Who ever thought sage would enter Bridal Wear as well. Well, it did and with aplomb. A beautiful combination of red and sage can truly turn heads. This is an unpredictable combination that takes experimentation to a new level.

Blush with Emerald Green

More apt for a Party Wear dress or bridesmaids dress, this colour combination is sweet and simple yet classic. Green is rarely seen paired with blush colour before and this makes this combo unexpectedly beautiful.

Aquamarine and Yellow

Yes, you heard that right. But you have to see it to believe it. Aquamarine with yellow looks awesome, fresh, playful and very unique. A hot favorite among quirky brides, this combo is meant to be fun and playful. I mean, brides have a right to enjoy their special day and dress up in a way that defines them.

Aquamarine and Blush

Again aquamarine. Seriously, I just can't have enough of this colour. It looks beautiful and radiant with any colour it's paired with but it works wonders with pastels such as blush colour. You can wear this at your reception.

Peach and Silver

Coming to pastels, peach is ruling the scene. A peach lehenga and dupatta fully embellished by silver embroidery and sequins can make you truly look like a royal bride. This colour combination was a highlight of Sabyasachi's collection as well.

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