There are still many people who wear red on their wedding day, but some brides are daring to be a little bit different and choosing lehengas with color combinations. I hope the following lehenga color combinations may help you choose the perfect lehenga for your wedding.
Navy blue and orange are an eye-catching combination. Navy provides an excellent background for gold to really pop.
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One can never go wrong with pink and lime evergreen combination. A without-sleeve blouse can take this look to another level.
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Yellow paired with wine is a youthful and vibrant combination for a bridal lehenga, which will look great for weddings.
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Red is a versatile colour that exudes royalty and will undoubtedly be popular for bridal wear. It can be paired with white.
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Orange and gold are complimentary color that pair well together. The contrast between the gold tux and orange lehenga will draw attention!
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White and pink are an elegant pairing and a hard combination to get wrong. To stand out, what is better than a hot pink lehenga? To calm it down, white is the perfect match!
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With a green lehanga you can go with yellow, it will give you a preety and classy look.
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Brides with a cool, pale skin tone should go with color like orange shades of pink and the latest fad, lime green.
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A nice maroon and gold silk lehenga with dramatic sleeves will also make a very trendy bride. Soft net fabric embellished with zardozi, mirror, or sequence work is best suited to maroon and gold-colored lehengas.
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For a fun or daytime wedding, opt for an offbeat combination like pink and orange, mint green and pink, multicolor, ivory and hot pink, or ocean blue and rust. Overall, solid lehengas with gold and silver embroidery and hints of multi-colour will also be at the forefront of bridal wear this year.
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