Popular and Trendy Colours in Ethnic Wears this Season


The present trends in Indian bridal dresses or ethnic wears in general have witnessed changes in design patterns, embroidery styles, as well as colour combinations. As such, certain unconventional colours have come to the forefront and it is undeniable that these colours are playing important roles in enhancing the overall appeal of the dresses. In fact, gone are the days when a bridal saree or lehenga would necessarily be red, though it continues to be a popular colour too. Designers are experimenting with colour contrasts and the results are in, most cases, worth admiration.

So, this wedding season, if you are planning to buy Indian bridal sarees or lehengas for yourself or a dear one, consider trying the following colours:

Royal Blue

Not a very unconventional colour though, this particular shade of deep blue teams up well with red and pink to pave the way for fabulous lehenga cholis. The colour suits women irrespective of their complexion. A royal blue saree or lehenga with contrasted choli and intricate embroidery works comes across as the perfect bridal dress. However, those with lighter thread works can be worn on the pre-wedding occasions too.

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Tangerine Orange

Popularized by the famous fashion designer Manish Malhotra, orange works wonders as a colour for sarees and lehengas. The good thing about the colour is that it can be contrasted with a whole range of colours like gold, yellow, red, coral, and pink and so on. Go a little unconventional and you can surely turn out to be the centre of all attractions in any wedding party. As far as accessories are concerned, it would be a good idea to stick to the traditional gold jewellery.

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Magenta

If you are all set to buy wedding lehengas and look dazzling, go for magenta. This bright colour brings out the beauty and femininity of a woman in the most desirable way. Magenta is a preferred colour for bridal wears also because it makes the wearer look naturally glowing. Embroideries in silver thread enhance the magic of this colour.

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Gold Combined with Silver and Ivory

For those, who have a fascination for light colours, the silver-gold or the ivory-gold combination is just perfect. Bridal lehengas in this colour will usually come with embroideries in off-white thread. Overall, the wearer will look extremely trendy and unconventional.

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So, stay informed about the trendy colours in Indian ethnic wears. Find out what is in fashion and look drop-dead gorgeous in the colour of your choice.

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