Designer White Bridal Lehenga with Red Choli in Fashionadmin
Designer White Bridal Lehenga with Red Choli in Fashion
Like saree, lehenga offers a wide variety in style, design and colour. Lehenga has been improvised a lot during the last few years and no matter what, designers won’t fall short of introducing still new bridal trends. Among these rare colour combinations are also included red and white. Both the colours are synonymous with bridal wear as red is the bridal colour in east and white is the bridal colour in west.
Following is a collection of designer white bridal lehenga with red choli in fashion. The first one is an amazing mixture of red blouse, white lehenga and golden embroidery. The sleeves of the choli are embroidered white whereas the rest of it is blood red. The border of the lehenga is tinted with red whereas the dupatta is totally designed in red, with bits of white and golden embroidery. The two colours are adequately balanced and the golden embroidery serves as the cherry on top. The huge elaborate golden chunks on the lehenga look thoroughly classy.
One more example of the designers’ unstinted efforts in creating an artifice of fashion is this mercurial lehenga. Very Indian in essence, the red choli has been artistically embroidered in matte gold. At first glance, the intricate design would look very traditional but a little more scrutiny reveals that this is a modern design indeed. The white bridal lehenga is very smooth and feminine with a carefully embellished border. The embroidery on the lehenga has been kept to a minimum.
A unique, glamorous lehenga choli, the bright red colour is its most striking aspect. A choli with three quarter sleeves is barely seen in the arena of lehengas, especially bridal wear lehengas. The lustrous colour looks so passionate that no onlooker would want to turn away. A tempting little slit along the torso is absolutely delicious. The dupatta and the lehenga are both pure white with a strip of red along the hem. There is silver needlework on the designer white lehenga just below the red belt. The silver embroidery looks very subtle but when light reflects on it, it glows appearing savoury.