If you have a day to just do day dreaming, then this post will achieve that beautifully for you. I just visited the website wellgroomed.ca and my jaw dropped. It’s a Canadian e-commerce portal where you can shop for heavy bridal wear. The thing is, I have done my fair share of online window lehenga shopping, but nothing compares to the awesome this e-store has.
From heavy wear Bridal Lehengas to Anarkali, Gowns, Lacchas…basically all things Desi, you can really spend a good number of hours just ogling at the beauty. If you have a budget of 1.5lakhs+, then this post will be really helpful to filter your preferences.
Red Bridal Lehenga Favourites:
It goes without saying that you will look like a million bucks if you choose to wear one of these gorgeous outfits. Does it seem that much worth? Hell, yes !
The intricate detailing, gorgeous velvet fabric and the fit and flare of the bridal lehenga show how well the outfits have been made. I am not entirely sure of the designers behind these outfits, but the collection looks pretty classy elegant, and not at all like first copies.
Velvet is so in these days. Majorly since Sabyasachi’s couture bridal line is all about this fabric. Whether you go for maroon, deep reds or dark navy blue, a velvet bridal lehenga always shines through. It gives a regal feel and is perfect if you’re having a palace or royal destination wedding.
Can you choose a favourite from these velvet lehengas?
Pink, Purple Lehengas Are Eternal:
Purple is the new it colour this wedding season. Although it’s been around for quite some time now, a lot of brides these days are opting for deep purples for their wedding outfit. Looks pretty stunning when you opt for velvet, a classic combination would be purple with gold embroidery.
A lot of brides these days are opting for white. If you’re one of them, then check out these gorgeous bridal lehengas by WellGroomed.CA It will give you a good idea about the outfit look, pricing and basically a good comparison between white and other colours.
I love this last lehenga with the contrast coral dupatta. A quite unusual colour combination and something about it really ticks. What do you think about the entire bridal collection?