When we think of an Indian bridal trousseau, the first image that comes to mind is of a lavishly decorated wedding lehenga choli. While some of us prefer to go all out for our wedding attire, others prefer to try new trends in order to get a dazzling look without going overboard. 

Whether you prefer traditional aesthetics or prefer to blend contemporary styles into traditional ideas, we have something for you. Here are some of the most stylish ways to wear a lehenga to a wedding, so you may add sparkle to your special day with style. 


The bride's colours are obviously red and gold, but clichés can creep in. Isn't it a little tedious? Consider murdering it in a stunning pastel lehenga choli in tones of mauve, sea green, or blue and turning heads as you go down the aisle. This wedding season, pastel colors are all the rage.

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Floral Patterns 

Who said bridal lehengas have to be dripping with rich embroidery and stone adornments? For a minimalistic, sophisticated style, opt for a beautiful digital floral printed a-line lehenga combined with a lightly worked choli. This one-of-a-kind pick will make you not only seem gorgeous, but also the centre of attention. 

Jacket Design 

The jacket style lehenga is one of the biggest wedding styles right now. They're a great mix of classic and modern fashion, and they're quite versatile. For a sleek and stylish look, pair a lehenga skirt with a jacket-style blouse with a front slit and buttons on the yoke.

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Layers & Ruffles 

Do ruffled lehengas strike you as unusual? They are, indeed. If you prefer to keep your look understated while still making a statement, this is the one for you. An beautiful layered ruffled net lehenga with a floral worked choli and ruffled dupatta is a look that will be talked about long after the event is over. 

Choli (Long) 

Even though long choli lehengas have been around for a long time, their magnificence never ceases to astonish us. They are the essence of grace, inspired by the 'Lacha style.' If you're not sure about showing off your midriff with a short choli, this is the dress for you! 


An Anarkali outfit is a timeless classic as well as my all-time favourite retro ensemble This stunning ensemble has been given a sophisticated makeover and is now known as the Anarkali style lehenga. Its adaptability allows you to have the princess-like sensation of a lehenga while also having the ease of an Anarkali. You can be sure that this figure-flattering lehenga will make you look like a diva, thanks to soft fabrics like georgette and silk. 

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Now that you're up to date on the latest trends, you may peruse Cbazaar's selection of bridal lehengas to put together a stunning look for your big day.