We start off with a Manish Malhotra blockbuster—words do not do justice to this this grey-silver lehenga, which is styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania with a Little Shilpa floral headgear. Apt for a wedding reception, the ensemble in itself is has so much glamour that you’ll need minimal jewellery to complement it, which will lighten up your whole look. Silver truly is the new gold this wedding season.
Manish Malhotra, Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive, 2014
Lisa Haydon rocks this Ridhi Mehra creation, which looks so effortless and carefree. Perfect for your cocktail ceremony—the navy blue and off-white concoction will please the elders while its meticulous embroidered work and will keep you happy, and your hands free!
Ridhi Mehra, Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive, 2014
We are crushing hard on this understated champagne-hued Anita Dongre sari-style draped lehenga. This season, minimalism certainly is the trend to go by and this beautifully crafted piece is very much on trend. Accessorised with ear-cuffs and a head-piece, you can modernise this look, which is perfect for an engagement.
Anita Dongre, Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive, 2014
The common consensus at the BeBEAUTIFUL office was simple: either get married in an Anju Modi lehenga or don’t get married at all—and this stunning creation is testament to that very sentiment. Beautiful craftsmanship, a modern colour combination and draping to die for—this truly is the piece that every bride is hunting down for.
Anju Modi, Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive, 2014
And on the other hand—if you’re not quite ready to go deep with black on your big day—here is a perfectly crafted princess lehenga for your big day. Complete with soft-pink, glittering crystals, net, and a whole lot of volume—you will look the picture of perfect, we kid you not!
Anushree Reddy, Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive, 2014
To add that flair of frivolity and fun to your sangeet, try this signature Arpita Mehta lehenga worn by Ileana D’Cruz. With mirror work, a sexy back and a body-chain—there is nothing more you want in a sangeet-do.
Arpita Mehta, Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive, 2014