Brides, bridesmaids, and wedding guests, pastel lehengas are for everyone!
Indian-wear’s tryst with pastels is having a major moment and has been for about a year or so, now. Soft powder blues, baby pinks, and subtle peaches: there’s a quality about these opulent lehengas that makes the mix of heavy work on delicate colors unique. Here are 10 pastel lehengas you’ll love for the wedding season.
Wedding in the family? Invest in this pastel pink color lehenga with gold embroidery. It’s perfect for the wedding season and the gold dupatta gives added decadence to the look. This Ritu Kumar piece is made of 100% silk.
Want something a little more fusion and a little less traditional? Opt for this RIANTA’S pastel, peach bustier top, and lehenga. The resham embroidered waistband and tulle skirt will give you major princess vibes. Plus, you can always mix and match once you’re done with this combo to create a perfect new outfit
For the alternative bride, go with something a little less traditional and for a low-key event like your Mehendi function. This mint green, pastel lehenga set by Rahul Mishra is like a standout piece of art. It’s got hand-embroidered work on it that’s sure to steal the show!
Papa Don’t Preach
If you like it kitsch, loud and totally fun, then opt for this pastel yellow lehenga from Papa Don’t Preach By Shubhika. Embrace your desi-ness with a modern twist. Her clothes are made for your playful side and all the different colors, somehow look amazing together!
Anushree’s designs are known for their beautiful, floral prints. This pastel blue, chanderi lehenga set comes with a baby pink, net dupatta, and rose-pink blouse. The mix and match quality of the outfit gives it a uniqueness that is sure to stand out amongst any crowd.
Astha Narang's designs are all about pastels and powder colors. This powder blue and mint green lehenga set come with a lycra crepe, shoulder wrap blouse and a beautiful, flared skirt with a soft net base.
ANK By Amrit Kaur
Amrit Kaur’s new-age lehenga comes in a gorgeous, lavender/pastel purple shade. It’s got detailed, multi-color zardozi work on the blouse and is perfect for a daytime function.
Well, tassels are going to be major in 2018, so get in on the trend early. Ridhi Mehra’s latest collection features this stunning pastel, lilac lehenga with printed panels and a net blouse. It’s got tassel detailing on the front and the back.
Designer Couple, Swati Manish, are an inspiring duo! They’ve designed everything from sarees to lehengas and wall clocks! Taking it back to a more traditional approach, their lehengas mix and match bright colors with pastel, making the best option!