Any bride can go insane when it comes to deciding her bridal outfits while having thousands of thoughts back of her mind. The theme, makeup, ceremonies, choosing the perfect outfit and what not. So, the jitters are real!
Most of the brown brides stumble upon questions while choosing them The Wedding Dress, after all, it’s the biggest decision a bride has to make pertaining to her Bridal Look. Dark complexion has some attractive facial features. It is an emblem of absolute beauty and charm today. Women with dark complexion could be the divas if right shades are selected. We’re here to help you out to pick the best shades for your Bridal Lehenga.

Ravishing Reds: Yes! Red is the color of Indian weddings. When you think of bridal lehengas red is the first color that pops in the head and why not! It is said that red is not a proper color for brown skin but with the right shade you can be the most beautiful bride. We would suggest you not to select too earthy, deep red shades, like maroon, brick or burgundy. Crimson, vermilion, scarlet, etc. are the brighter and warmer versions that will make you more noticeable.

Charbagh lehenga by designer Abhishek Vermaa is a perfect pick for your wedding. This lehenga has a sweetheart neckline. Detailed with handmade 3D roses, laser-cut organza flowers, and leaves.

Ravishing red designer gown by Anushree reddy is a perfect pick for the reception. This sleeveless gown is tailored with a cherry red organza base. Cherry red gown with embroidery in tones of red. The ensemble incorporates hand-embroidered detailing all over gown with cutwork edges.

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Gorgeous Greens: Green is a very tricky color to put every bride in confusion but if you select the right shade of Green and it’ll add elegance to your look and we strongly suggest you for mint green or turquoise green. These shades of green have their own charm.

This turquoise green is designed by designer anushree reddy lehenga and has all the things to make you feel bridal. This lehenga has zardosi embroidered motifs and it is Paired with hand-embroidered elbow sleeve blouse and ombre dyed organza dupatta.

This mint-green sharara set by Jayanti Reddy is crafted in silk. The tunic features a high neck with a potli button detailing on the front, 3/4th sleeves and zardozi work. This set also comes with matching sharara pants.

Ivory is A Big Thumbs Up! : Ivory is not a usual pick for bridal lehenga but it tends to compliment the sun-kissed Indian tone Amazingly. You can totally wear Ivory on your wedding day. Just know which fabric to try it in.

We would highly recommend you select chiffon, georgette or silks. you can opt-out Mahtab by Designer Ridhi Mehra. Chintz Embroidered Lehenga with Organza Ruffled Dupatta.

Mahtab Ivory Ruffle Lehenga By Designer Ridhi Mehra
Mahtab By Designer Ridhi Mehra

Perfect Plums! : Purple is a lovely color but as dusky skin tends to have warmer undertone it’s better to try aubergine or plum that has a little bit of red mixed in it. Purple silk lehenga with zari embroidered motifs & scalloped hem. Paired with an embroidered blouse & gold dupatta.

Glamorous gold: the beautiful golden color is worth giving a try! If you’re afraid of wearing blingy gold you can go for rose gold or dusty gold an apt. The Jayanti Reddy label infuses traditional clothing with a unique style and understated elegance.

This rose gold lehenga set has a signature Jayanti reddy neckline,semi-sheer full sleeves, an anarkali styled bodice, paired with a raw silk kalidar lehenga skirt and scalloped net dupatta. This designer lehenga will make you look like a royal bride.

Rishi and vibhuti’s ensemble of gold and bright yellow hues is a perfect pick for your Mehendi or Haldi ceremony. This set has a light lemon yellow kurta, gold lehenga, and bright yellow dupatta.

Sharara Set By Designer Rishi And Vibhuti
Sharara Set By Designer Label Rishi And Vibhuti

Pink or Pink: Pink is the color of the girl tribe, no! We’re not being stereotypical but definitely, every girl loves some of the other shade of pink; candy pink, rose pink, fuschia pink, rosewood pink, coral, peach, etc. All the pink are perfect for you.

This salmon-pink organza lehenga with multi-colored thread work embroidery by Designer Anushree Reddy is perfect for those brides who don’t want to go for traditional red lehenga and look subtle yet classic. It is Paired with a short-sleeved blouse and Organza dupatta with cutwork borders. The ensemble is an amalgamation of intricate embroidery with glass beads and cutwork edges.

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