Millennial brides don't shy away from experimenting with their look. From sporting unconventional white lehengas on their big day to mixing up attires for a contemporary bridal outlook- they're ready to go that extra mile for the sake of fashion. And why not? It's your wedding and you need to feel special! So, here are some totally spectacular green lehenga designs by some of the biggest labels in India for some inspiration. Check out the lehenga designs, take notes on the fashion tips, throw in some of your own style ideas in the mix...and you're ready to slay the day!
Olive Green Tiered Lehenga
This stunning olive green lehenga designed by Vvani by Vani Vats screams royal! So if you're planning a grand royal wedding at a fort palace or a Haveli resort, there couldn't be a better outfit for you. The golden embroidery on the long sleeve blouse and the matching net dupatta adds just the right amount of elegance you need.
The Cyan Lehenga
Anita Dongre is known for her serene breezy bridal designs. This cyan green lehenga is just the perfect bridal outfit especially for a summer or a monsoon wedding. The soft combination of cyan and pink floral prints on it makes this lehenga look dreamy. Pair it up with a sleeveless blouse and cotton printed dupatta.
Sage Green Lehenga
Add some drama to your bridal attitude with this gleaming sage green lehenga by Asiana Couture. The elaborate embroidery and stonework, the heavy work on dupatta and blouse and the dramatic Anarkali hat- every inch of this gorgeous dress calls for special attention. If you're looking for a typical Nizami queen look, this is the thing for you!
Kiwi Green Lace Lehenga
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Add some fun element to your kiwi green lehenga in lace for a fairytale effect. The combination of the OTT ruffled blouse and the delicate laces along with the net dupatta together make this outfit the perfect choice for brides who would love a little princess touch on their wedding dress!
Peacock Green Silk Lehenga with Sequins
Are you a sequin girl? If you are, try this dazzling peacock green lehenga designed by Nitya Bajaj that has a fair amount of sequin beautifully placed around the waist and the blouse. Go with a matching bralette and a light silk dupatta.
Fern Green Lehenga
The heavy embroidery work through this Sabyasachi fern green lehenga does half the work of creating awesomeness! The subtle shade of green, the extensive thread work, the deep blouse neck design, and the long net dupatta together create a magical aura.
Emerald Green Raw Silk Lehenga
When you wear this breathtaking emerald green lehenga in raw silk, designed by Shyamal & Bhumika at your wedding night, all eyes will be on you! The intricate stonework, the divine lehenga colour and the soft peach dupatta surely make for a show-stopping outfit.
Fashion tip: Braided bun, Polki necklace with green stones and earrings & matching bracelet, peach-hued makeup.
Moss Green Lehenga
Image Courtesy: Falguni & Shane Peacock
This moss green-hued, intricately embroidered lehenga teamed with a cropped corset blouse and a dupatta by Falguni ShanePeacock India makes for a breathtaking outfit especially for a glamourous look. It is perfect for a nighttime wedding or even for a fun sangeet ceremony. The precision of work with the layers of cancan makes this lehenga nothing short of regal.
Fashion tip: Flaunt gorgeous diamond jewellery sets with this look and a silver stiletto to complete the red carpet look on your wedding.
Lime Green Zardosi Lehenga
Shine like a star in this soothing lime green lehenga with heavy Zardosi work all over it. This Sulakshana Monga ensemble is a vision in green with and the baroque Zari work just adds the right zing you need to complete the look. go for an off-shoulder matching blouse & carry a dupatta on one side.
Forest Green Lehenga
Perfect for a night wedding, this Tarun Tahiliani lehenga in forest green certainly makes a statement. The beautiful floral and paisley embroidery in golden all over the lehenga gives oodles of grace to the outfit.
Try every shade of green- from a sea-green soft lehenga to a heavy lehenga in bottle green. You can even assign a colour theme to your wedding events and ask your guests to wear different shades of the same colour. A green lehenga is no more just a Mehndi outfit colour or restricted to a Muslim bride. Brides all over the country love the colour and are now experimenting with within different shades and combinations. So pick your shade of green and add some colours to your bridal wardrobe!
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