Everyone looks out for Sabyasachi, Anita Dongre new collections. But there are so many more premium bridal designers who do fantastic work in wedding fashion. In fact, their designs are super unique. Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehengas have been a favourite of mine since years. The only problem – they are quite expensive + their outfits are known to be very heavy!
But leaving that aside, let me tell you a little bit about the designer duo. Their latest designs have been worn by Deepika Padukone in Padmavat. You might have seen some of the more heavy, royal heavy bridal lehengas worn by real brides as well. Just to give you an idea, Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehengas cost anywhere between INR 3 Lakhs to INR 8 Lakhs. The bridal-bridal kinds that is. But you can also find some of their more festive casual lehenga collection within INR 2 Lakhs.
If you are going for a full on maharani mode look for your big day, look no further. Rimple and Harpreet are perfect for you!
If you are designer lehenga shopping in Delhi, then you can check out Rimple & Harpreet in Defence Colony. I have written a blog post on Defence Colony Lehenga Shopping in detail. You might want to check that out to compare lehenga designs and prices with other designers.
Favourite Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehengas
A yellow raw silk lehenga. The skirt is handcrafted with delicate
reshamembroidery, hand-cut sequins, metal salmaand tikki, and intricate zardozi; all used in a painterly fashion to render stalks of lotus blossoms and water-lilies gently floating in sequined waters. It is paired an embroidered choli and a multi-hued tulle dupatta which is offset with delicate pearl embroidery and such a gota texturing.
Brides in Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehengas
Olive Grey Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehenga
Grey is the latest ‘it’ colour if you’re looking to stand out in a crowd full of brides. Is it grey or brown? Whatever it may be, this particular Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehenga is so popular amongst brides. I can tell you four to five real brides in the exact same piece. Makes me wonder what’s the secret behind going for the same one only.
When everyone’s opting for the usual pinks and reds, a brownish bridal lehenga is a stunner choice. It doesn’t look all that crazy because of the beautiful gold work all over. I don’t have the exact prices for real bride lehengas. But this one is definitely on the top of the price chart somewhere.
Yellow Ochre Silk Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehenga
More Rimple & Harpreet Brides
If you notice, every wedding lehenga is different from each other. Be it the colour, the kind of work, you can’t connect one from another if you are not told it’s from the same designer. What I love about this designer duo’s designs is that you can pick anything from wedding to reception wear. They do amazing bridal shows, and their collection keeps getting better each year.
Rimple & Harpreet Lehenga Prices
Brown Gold Tilla Work Rimple & Harpreet Lehenga Price – INR 2,95,000
Cream Gold Mughalesque Zardosi Rimple & Harpreet Lehenga Price – INR 3,95,000
Marsala Gota Work Rimple & Harpreet Lehenga Price – INR 2,95,000
Ivory Gota Work Rimple & Harpreet Lehenga Price – INR 1,75,000
Brown Tilla Dori Floral Rimple & Harpreet Lehenga Price – INR 3,50,000
Marsala And Gold Mughalesque Zardosi Work Lehenga – INR 3.95 Lakhs
Royal Blue Hand Embroidered Minar Lehenga – INR 4.85 Lakhs
Marsala And Gold Kasab Work Dancing Figures Lehenga – INR 4.5 Lakhs
Royal Blue Peacock And Dancing Figure Motifs Lehenga – INR 3.95 Lakhs
Some of these Rimple & Harpreet Lehengas are still available on Carma Online Shop. However, I think consciously designers are not really willing to share their bridal outfit prices online. No clue why, but that means probably these are the last set of Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehenga prices you’ll ever know. For the near future at least.
The other thing you should know is that all of these Rimple Harpreet Narula Bridal Lehengas I’ve shared here are from her previous collections. New and latest lehenga prices obviously will probably be priced higher.
Bridal Festive Wear
Ivory Tulle Kurti And Rimple & Harpreet Sharara
If I had to pick one favourite from this collection, it’s this traditional kurta sharara look for a bride. You can easily pick this for any of the smaller functions or a puja at home. The outfit has beautiful pops of baby pink all over and with ivory that looks pretty cute.
Ivory Handloom Chanderi Silk Kalidar Palazzo
The shirt features resham, kasab dori and badla embroidery, used to render delicate floral bursts and trellises derived from an archival 18th century textile. The look is finished off with an embroidered tulle dupatta.