Wedding season is already raging as this year has come up with beautiful and new trends. Lehenga is the first thing that comes to our mind when we think about wedding outfits. There are so many options for lehengas, but small mistakes can ruin your look and waste all your efforts. May they be bought lehengas or stitched ones, try to avoid silly mistakes that would spoil them and look the best at a wedding.
1. Heavy embellishment in both lehenga and the choli
Heavy embellished lehenga for a marriage function is fine, but you should always keep it balanced. If your lehenga is very heavy then keep the choli plain, while the heavy choli will be good with plain lehengas. But do not wear heavy embellished overalls, otherwise, you will end up looking overdone.
2. Same Colour
There has been a lot of change in lehenga trends in the last few years. Now the contrasting colours are on trend. Especially with the dupattas. Even if the lehenga and choli are of the same colour try wearing dupatta of a contrasting colour. Or else your overall looked will be ruined.
The look of the cloth depends on its lining. If the lining is not correct, then the whole lehenga looks incomplete. The lining is in direct contact with your skin, so always makes sure that the fabric is of a good and soft material.
4. Lots Of Jewellery
Outfits and jewellery should always be balanced. Choose jewellery according to your lehenga. If you are wearing statement earrings, do not wear a neckpiece. At the same time, if you are wearing heavy necklaces, pair it with small earrings like studs. Do not wear all the jewellery together.
5. Lehenga Colour
It is very important to select the colour of the colour according to the function. During the daytime, dark colour would look better.And at a night function, try to wear soft colours.
6. Lehenga Length
We know that you are going to wear heels with your lehenga. But even with heels, it is important to take care of the length of lehenga. Make sure that it not sweeping the floors too much or it is not too above as well.
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