The starlet of Bollywood knows how to fuse in the style from one cultural ladder to another.
Outfits don’t only represent us or our style, it does represent our acculturation of any culture we are stepping into. Diva’s of Bollywood know how to slay their sleek body in curvy lehengas.
Brides and their lehengas are always a topic of discussion and with such concern brides usually get concerned about their special outfits. When it comes to bridal lehengas, Indian Brides are mostly influenced by Bollywood life. Whereas, Bollywood knows how to keep its game up in a non-repetitive fashion trend.
Have a look at all the top 5 lehengas which are pretty famous for their style, colour and pattern wore by our Bollywood brides
Niti Taylor fashion icon slays her bridal Lehenga designed by Payal Keyal on her wedding day. The embroidered Skirt of Lehenga is just matching the vibe of a golden blouse with a heavy dupatta.
Amrita Puri chose to lodge with Indian ritual mashup by wearing a pulchritudinous lehenga designed by Sabyasachi. It was detailed with one hundred eleven colours of thread on a gold base colour.
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Shweta Aggarwal wife of Aditya Narayan never disappoints with her style and her presentation of carrying herself so elegantly. She recently wore a pink lehenga for her wedding. The skirt of the lehenga is doused with detailed embroidered work. This beautiful masterpiece was designed by Manish Malhotra. To complete the look she layered the Kundan necklace.
The actor Gauhar khan wore the eponymous label Manish Malhotra’s designer Lehenga on her special day of wedding functions. The voluminous lehenga with a base of red velvet fabric has elevated the attire. The lehenga is embroidered with golden work with the statement necklace and earrings also designed by Malhotra.
The most recent wedding bells of Kajal Aggarwal and Gautam Kitchlu have set the remarkable benchmark for bridal lehenga. The couple decided to live their wedding like a fairytale with the designer outfits of Anamika Khanna and Anita Dogra respectively. The red-pink lehenga with the embroidery on the dupatta completed her utterly romantic look.