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guide to possess a unique lehenga with an exclusive style on your wedding.

Every bride envisions a distinct and exclusive look for her special day, making the selection of a unique bridal lehenga a paramount decision. It defines your bridal look and well, is there anything more significant than that? Nahhh! That’s why we leave no stone unturned to give you all that it takes to look like a dream in a gorgeous bridal lehenga on the D-day. Whether it is telling you about how to carefully shop for the lehenga or give you styling tips on how to look exclusive in your outfit. Our blogs are flooded with all the help you need to get your hands on that perfect wedding lehenga. And taking our ritual ahead, today we tell you tips to style your wedding lehengas flawlessly

1. Understanding the essence.

The bridal lehenga, a traditional ensemble comprising a blouse (choli), skirt (lehenga), and a dupatta, is deeply rooted in Indian heritage. Various regions across India boast distinct styles, embroidery, fabrics, and colors, offering a rich tapestry of choices. Gather ideas, noting details like embroidery patterns, fabric textures, color combinations, and silhouettes that resonate with your vision. Gather ideas, noting details like embroidery patterns, fabric textures, color combinations, and silhouettes that resonate with your vision.

Separate can-can skirt

The can-can skirt provides volume and a flared silhouette to the lehenga, giving it a majestic and regal look. It ensures that the lehenga skirt maintains its shape and doesn’t fall flat, allowing the intricate embroidery or embellishments to stand out. Detachable can-can skirts under your lehengas have made life a lot easier. This will help you wear your outfit more frequently. As the trend follows for post-wedding parties, The bride should prefer wearing a detachable can-can skirt, so that she can remove the extra can-can and enjoy your post-wedding event.

Explore the option of customizing the can-can skirt to suit personal preferences. Consider variations in the volume, length, or design elements to create a tailored look that aligns perfectly with the desired style.

2. Double dupatta

As the concept of a double dupatta is trending, we suggest our brides have a lightweight sheer dupatta on the head along with their actual outfit dupatta with minimal embroidery so the bride is comfortable handling her D-Day outfit. Traditionally, a bride wears a single dupatta draped over her head, either allowing it to flow freely over the shoulders or pinning it neatly over the head to complement the bridal attire. This style remains timeless and classic. The notion of the head veil is something we promote. You can style your lehenga with two dupattas, one draped across your body and a second pinned to your head. The head veils are constructed in a circular format, which falls beautifully on the lehenga. Opt for a contrasting-colored dupatta to the lehenga, creating a striking visual impact and adding vibrancy to the bridal attire.

 3. Jewellery

As much as it is important to style your lehenga, the jewellery plays an equally essential role. Make sure you style your wedding jewellery correctly, from the stone drops to the number of pairs you wish to wear. If your lehenga has heavy embroidery then prefer wearing delicate and intricate jewellery. If your lehenga is light and delicate looking, you can prefer wearing heavy jewellery, but focus only on a particular portion of jewellery. You can wear heavy earrings paired with a delicate neckpiece. Experiment on the look with Rani haar, chandbalis and nose ring that adds a traditional touch to the bridal look. It comes in various sizes and designs, from small studs to elaborate hoops.

4. Dupatta styles

Dupattas can be styled in various ways, from open drapes to dupattas as a cape. How you handle and carry your dupatta decides your style. There are various drapes you can opt for which can enhance your outfit. It is not important to always carry your dupatta in the traditional way, you can style your dupatta as a cape or you can also pair your lehenga with a contrasting dupatta such as a Gharchola dupatta. Pay attention to the borders of the dupatta. Intricate embroidery, sequins, beads, or zari work can add a touch of glamour and richness to the ensemble.

5. Heirloom traditional

Family heirlooms can be really anything- we have seen a lot of brides following their traditions at their wedding, from Jewellery to clothing. You can style your Lehenga with a traditional Odhana or a Dushala. They add a touch of emotion as well as tradition to your attire. These ceremonies carry deep symbolic meanings and are a testament to the country’s diverse cultural heritage. As a bride, embracing these traditions while adding personal touches and variations can create a unique and memorable wedding experience.

6. Saree as your wedding outfit

No rule book says that you have to wear only lehengas at your wedding, as a modern-day bride you can wear a saree as well. Saris are considered more traditional in Hindu society. Create a lehenga-style look by pleating the saree in such a way that it mimics the silhouette of a lehenga skirt. Experiment with different ways of pleating and draping the pallu to showcase intricate embroidery, borders, or embellishments. Or you can even plan on wearing a sequin-encrusted saree, as sequins are a major trend this year.


Selecting a unique Indian bridal lehenga involves a blend of tradition, creativity, and personal style. Embrace the journey of exploration, customization, and collaboration with skilled artisans and designers to curate a timeless masterpiece with Daisy Fashions that reflects your individuality and grace on your wedding day. Let your bridal ensemble not just be an attire but a symbol of your journey and personality, marking the beginning of a beautiful new chapter in your life.

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