Hello, gorgeous bride-to-be!
The spotlight falls on the lehenga whenever we speak about a glamorous bridal ensemble. A perfect balance of beauty, elegance, tradition, and intricacy- it reflects. A lehenga has so much to offer, yet it’s not enough if you are wondering why, here’s the answer. The art of accessorizing.
Whether you're a boho-chic bride or a traditional diva, we've got the lowdown on the accessories that will complement your lehenga like a match made in bridal heaven. From dazzling jewelleries that elevate your Instagrammable look to statement potlis/bags that add a touch of drama, we've got all the lehenga accessorizing tricks to make you sparkle bright like a diamond.
So, get ready to be inspired by our lehenga fashion hacks and make your bridal dreams come true. We promise this journey will be filled with a whole lot of fabulousness. Let's dive in!
The Right Jewellery: Right Start to Your Lehenga Fashion Hacks
Indian weddings are not complete without jewellery, representing tradition, elegance, and luxury. It can accentuate your inherent beauty and give your wedding attire a hint of glitz. Each piece of jewellery, from magnificent necklaces to spectacular earrings, has a special significance and expresses your style and uniqueness. Jazz up your lehenga and give yourself an aesthetic style by selecting the perfect jewellery.
Types of Jewelleries for your Lehenga Fashion Hacks
Earrings are a must-have accessory that can instantly transform your bridal look. The right pair of earrings can frame your face beautifully. Whether you prefer delicate studs, intricate jhumkas, or glamorous chandelier earrings, they can all add sparkle to your ensemble. Choose earrings that complement your blouse's neckline and your lehenga's overall style.
If you are a ’90s kid, you will agree that all the wedding songs had bangles in the lyrics. But do you know why? Bangles are an integral part of Indian tradition and culture. More than that, it’s a must-have wedding embellishment. They represent prosperity and are believed to bestow luck. There are countless possibilities, from traditionally antique bangles to silver kadas or glass bangles. Choose bangles that complement the colour palette of your lehenga to give your every move a rhythmic ring.
3. Statement Choker
A bold, dramatic standout choker is a regal and stunning piece of bridal jewellery that significantly level up your bridal ensemble. Put on a gorgeous choker that matches the blouse's neckline to adorn your neck. Select elaborate Kundan, Polki, or diamond designs for a sense of richness and sophistication. A striking choker will emphasize your face and give your outfit a touch of nobility. Don't be surprised if you see all the heads turning towards you!
4. Layered Necklaces
Layered necklaces are a common style choice for brides nowadays. A bride can achieve an attractive cascading appearance. In order to create a compelling appearance, pick a layered necklace of 3 parallel lengths. Modern diamond stacked necklace will give your lehenga a sense of depth while making an impressive fashion statement, that would be a WNW tip!
5. Long Necklace
A lengthy, detailed necklace, commonly referred to as a rani haar, gives your lehenga style and refinement. A long necklace can make a dramatic statement while adding dimension to your bridal dress, whether with elaborate motifs or a beautiful pendant.
6. Hath Phool, Rings and Bangles
Bangles, rings, and hast phool are simple yet essential accessories to complete your bridal attire. Something for your beautiful “mehendi waale hath”. Put the final touch of charm on your lehenga with traditionally designed hath phools, stacking rings on your fingers, and donning traditional bangles.
Hair Accessories For A Chic Lehenga Look
As significant as the bride's lehenga is her hairdo. It accomplishes the entirety of her appeal and is a reflection of her persona. A beautiful hair accessory is a need to offer that extra sparkle.
But before taking a look at gorgeous hair accessories, here are some WNW tips for styling:
To create a cohesive bridal style, align your hair accessories to the shades of your lehenga.
Find your finest hairstyle by exploring and consulting a hairstylist before you decide on one. Add accessories according to what you finalized.
Now, wait no more! Let’s have a look at what hair accessories we have on our bridal checklist!
1. Maang Tikka
The maang tikka is a traditional bridal hair ornament that lies on the forehead and complements your features with elegance and radiance. Select a tikka that matches the design of your lehenga and emphasizes the characteristics of your facial contours. Whichever your choice be a delicate design or a bold statement piece, tikka will be your confidante in an attractive traditional bridal look.
2. Mathapatti & Sheeshpatti
Traditional head accessories like the mathapatti and sheeshpatti radiate grandeur and refinement. Adding an elegant flair to your bridal hairdo is mathapattis, which rest along the hairline, and sheeshpattis, which rest on the side of your head. These bridal accessories elegantly frame your face and are embellished with detailed patterns, pearls, and diamonds.
With its excellent design and jewels, the sewra might perfectly match a bride's lehenga. The complete attire is given an extra dash of grace and opulence, complementing the bride's wedding appeal. The sewra coordinates with the lehenga's hues, embroidery, and patterns to produce a harmonious and gorgeous bridal aesthetic.
Clutches & Potlis: The Best of Lehenga Fashion Hacks
For a wedding, clutches and potlis make grand fashion statements. Both functional and fashionable, how wonderful is that! The potlis are the traditional legacy in the contemporary world, while the clutches represent modern glitzy fashion.
At WNW, we know how important beautifully crafted potlis are to finishing your wedding look. We guarantee that you will discover the "perfect" item in our selection of embroidered potlis with traditional themes. The potlis are of the greatest calibre and elegance thanks to our meticulous attention to the tiniest details, from our materials to craftsmanship.
Things To Keep In Mind While Choosing A Clutch/Potli
Pick a Clutch/Potli: Choose a clutch/potli that contrasts with or enhances your lehenga to create a coordinated and eye-catching ensemble.
Coordinate & Balance: It's important to choose accessories that match your outfit- ideally, a complementary colour that contrasts or one that matches your lehenga. To maintain balance, choose a clutch/potli that is proportionate to your lehenga. Select a larger, more complex clutch/potli to add a statement element.
Additional Accessories For The Bridal Lehenga Look
And for the #bestwedding2023 album, add those final touches of charm and elegance, enhance the overall aesthetic, and ensure every detail is accentuating lehenga with these additional accessories:
1. Nose Rings
The traditional nath, an Indian bridal nose ring, provides a sense of sophistication and history. A bridal nose ring accentuates the facial features and matches any lehenga elegantly.
2. Embellished Belts for an Accentuated Waistline
Belts with decorations are stylish additions that may draw attention to your waist and give your lehenga a little bling. WNW offers a variety of designs, from beaded to embroidered, and can be draped on the side or worn over your lehenga for an interesting and fashionable look.
3. A Traditional Kamarbandh
A kamarbandh, often referred to as a waist chain or waist belt, is traditional jewellery for the waist. It highlights your curves, provides a decorative component, and serves to define your shape.
4. Veil Dupatta & Bandhani Dupatta
A veil dupatta is a long, flowing piece of fabric that can be draped over your head and shoulders to add an ethereal and romantic touch to your bridal ensemble. It can be embellished with embroidery, sequins, or lace to match the details of your lehenga.
Bandhani dupattas are vibrant and colorful accessories that add color and playfulness to your lehenga. Whether you drape it over your shoulder or use it as a head covering, a bandhani dupatta adds a unique and eye-catching element to your overall look.
At WNW, the veil dupattas can be embellished with embroidery, sequins, or lace as the bride visualizes, to match the details of her dreamy lehenga.
Perfect Footwear For The Perfect Lehenga
A bride should be adorned on her special day from head to toe. So, why leave the footwear out of consideration? For a bridal appearance, the choice of shoes is crucial since it adds a unique flair and raises the bar on elegance for bridal wear, assuring the bride's comfort throughout the day. From the red carpet entry to showing the wedding choreography on stage, the bride’s steps should be unhindered.
1. Jutti/Kolhapuri Chappal
This is for the bride who prioritizes her comfort over anything else. These juttis or Kolahpuri chappals are handcrafted, traditional shoes that come in a range of colours and patterns. You may choose a pair that complements the design of your lehenga, including elaborately embroidered juttis and decorated Kolhapuri chappals.
If you love the extra height and elegance that heels offer, choose a pair that combines both style and comfort. Platform heels, block heels, or wedges are good options since they offer more stability and support. Select heels that go well with your lehenga by trying to find ones that have elaborate patterns, beads, or embroidery. As WNW tip, we will suggest wedges would be your best choice to bring stability (say no to pencil heels!)
Now that you're feeling like a dazzling, self-assured bride, reveal your flair for design and creativity reveal and master the art of accessorizing. We are curious to hear about the most unique ensemble, your ensemble.
At WNW, our knowledgeable consultants are dedicated to assisting you in finding the right accessories because it’s not just your big day, it’s ours too!