Now that the lockdowns have eased, we can celebrate this wedding season with the glamour and festivity it demands. And what’s more important to brides (Well, except the groom) are bridal lehengas!

Without further ado, here are the trending bridal lehengas of 2021

Traditional and stylish

Fads come and go, but the traditional lehengas are timeless. With designers creating masterpieces in so many shades of red, every bride will feel beautiful in her lehenga, without worrying about their skin tone. A contrasting odhani with zardozi work would look ethereal on a traditional lehenga.

If red feels too boring, a golden lehenga would be ideal for weddings. For a touch of royal Rajasthani, a traditional gota work works beautifully for an odhani. Also, using Mughlai design with diamond and muted gold embroidery will transform an otherwise simple traditional outfit.

Long-sleeved embroidered blouses are a must-have for south Indian brides. With an odhani that looks as beautiful as the bride, draping it around the lehenga in a half-saree fashion remains one of the most traditional and sophisticated ways to style this wedding season.

As much as we love our lehengas, it is important to not go over-budget. Make sure you save up for your dream-wedding outfit or apply for a personal loan for marriageto cover the cost of stylish trousseau.

Keep track of your expenses by researching a lender willing to offer you a personal or wedding loan at low marriage loan interest rates to make sure your wedding day is not spoilt by unwanted charges.

Additional Read: Essentials for the Bride on Her Wedding Day

Off-beat opulence

A bride can defy expectations and still look radiant in her off-beat lehenga.

Instead of the traditional red, opting for different colours is a staple trend for bridal lehenga 2021. A deep purple lehenga would add poise and grace to your wedding outfit. A bottle green blouse will surely turn heads and brighten the bridal jewellery. If that seems too dull, turn heads and take the less trodden path with a teal lehenga.

But colours are not the only way to experiment. A wide plunging neckline and long sleeves that highlight your jewellery or net odhani to show off your intricate hairstyle, or ditching the odhani altogether for a jacket, this wedding season is the perfect festival to go for the latest trends.

Lehengas can be an expensive affair that will only be worn once, which is why new-age brides are choosing comfort couture that is lightweight, drapes well and feels good on the skin. These lehengas can also be re-worn for special occasions, making it a great investment.

Another trend going strong is the use of prints, sequins and metallic embellishments. While zardozi embroidery is timeless, using prints and metallic embellishments will add glamour and glitz to your outfit with just the right amount of oomph.

Additional Read: How to Have a Lavish Wedding with a Tight Budget?

Found your favourite lehenga but going out of budget? Check out Tata Capital’s personal or wedding Loan plan.

Get a loan amount up to Rs. 25 lakhs with a flexible loan tenure at attractive personal loan interest rates. Not only that, our finance options demand minimal paperwork and no collateral!

So, don’t compromise on your celebratory wardrobe with Tata Capital’s Personal Loanfor your wedding.

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