Glam up yourself with traditional lehnga

The wedding is the biggest day of a girl’s life. The moment the wedding date is decided, the to-be-bride runs here and there to get the best wedding trousseau for her. Picking the best lehenga is not a child’s play and the most important thing that comes to the mind is to make sure that it looks unique. Read this delightful list of things that one can incorporate in order to make the lehenga look super unique. Take a look and choose the best:

 Unique Duppatta
There was a time that the brides used to flaunt a single heavy dupatta that was usually wrapped on the lehenga. But these days, the lehenga comes with two dupattas, one for the purpose of wrapping on the lehenga and other for covering the head of the bride. To hit the unique siren, don’t go for the age-old matched dupatta for the lehenga, instead, opt for a unique mismatched lehenga that will allow the lehenga to steal the show. You can even opt for sheer dupattas with sequins for an elegant look.

Drape it like a queen
You must have seen that certain dresses look awesome on some, but usually fail to fit your bill. So, what’s the trick? The trick lies in draping. Before selecting your lehenga, decide the style of draping you wish to opt for. In accordance with the draping idea, the lehenga can be styled in a unique manner. You can go for- Gujrati drape, single dupatta drape, two dupatta drape, over the head drape, Bengali drape, to name a few.

Add on the Oomph factor
The waist belt aka Kamar bandh or tagadi are just so in these days. Irrespective of what style the waist belt is, it never fails to make heads turn. You can go for a leather waist belt or a gold waist belt for putting a great show. The under border can also play the trick in carving out a unique look. Add a contrasting shade as an under shade to give serious lehenga goals to all the upcoming brides. Apart from that the designers are coming out with a great number of interesting ways to creatively place a brooch for a super unique look. It can be placed on the blouse or over the dupatta to give an interesting twist.