7 Statement Lehengas In Off-Beat Colours From Lajwanti You Need In Your Trousseau

7 Statement Lehengas In Off-Beat Colours From Lajwanti You Need In Your Trousseau

The Best Non-Traditional Wedding Outfits for the Unconventional Bride

ARTICLE BY : Nupur Sarvaiya


Weddings are never run-of-the-mill affairs, and neither are brides. Whether it is someone who favours tradition or someone who wants to break convention, every bride desires to stand out on her big day. And a classic lehenga in an unusual colour will be appreciated by the 2022 bride, regardless of her personal style and preference. Whether you go embellished or bohemian, an off-beat coloured lehenga also makes for an excellent option for other pre-wedding events.
Each season, Lahore-based label Lajwanti delivers a roster of creations for brides with fashion-forward sensibilities. The brand’s latest bridal wear collection comes in a range of shades, silhouettes, price points, and it is in line with its signature aesthetic “where traditional charm is interlinked with present day style,” shares designer Ana Ali, behind the label. She suggests ditching tried-and-tested reds and greens, in favour of mustards, beiges, teals, metallics, and other unconventional tones this season. The designer advices, “Rukhsati and pre-wedding functions like mehndi and haldi call for going bold. The colour of bridal ensembles should be heavily dependent on the colour palette of the event decor so the dress can stand out.”
Ahead, we have picked our favourite off-beat lehengas from Lajwanti.

Sand dunes
If you thought beige was a dull colour, you cannot miss this attention-grabbing sand-toned lehenga, as seen on actor Ayeza Khan. The angrakha top showcases the finest of craftsmanship with highly intricate cutwork and a blend of gold and silver detailing with Swarovski crystals and beads, perfect for your destination wedding ceremony.


Colour symphony

While this look showcases several classic colours, it is the unusual pairing that deserves attention. An exquisite combination of over 36 colours, from tangerine to aubergine, echoes with grandeur in the Rudramani lehenga. The designer recommends this look for “our Lajwanti Mehndi brides”.


Modern metallic  

If you lean towards metallics, this Lucknowi bridal ensemble called Jhankaar is a timeless piece for the fashion-forward bride. With mirror work and mukaish seasoning, it is the perfect look to wear for the main wedding ceremony.


Coppery story

For brides who would prefer to go with something classic with a touch of modernity for their engagement, this beautiful orange and copper-hued ensemble that’s reminiscent of a setting sun is your answer. an infusion of crystal cut-beads and baitki work on the sleeveless kurta along with understated jamawar lehenga skirt create the perfect balance.


Silver lining

What glitters isn’t always gold, it can be silver too. We suggest considering the Hoor set for your sangeet or reception. Reminiscent of Sheesh Mahal, it is enhanced with Swarovski crystals and pearls.


Yellow fever

A refreshing mustard take on traditional yellows, this lehenga features a playful sleeveless blouse and a lightweight skirt. This elegant set, ornamented with 3D flowers, cut daana and resham work, is apt for your mehndi ceremony.

Red velvet
Giving an exotic plum twist on reds is the Raadha velvet lehenga. Fine dabka, kora and cut daana work in the hues of emerald green, hot pink and golds add some contrast to the set, whereas a teal dupatta injects an unexpected vibrancy to it. Go for this look for a sangeet soirée or sufi night.

For more information, visit:
Website: www.Lajwanti.com.pk/ 
Contact: +92 3097773181

Tags : Bridal Fashion  Best Bridal Outfits  Lajwanti  Pakistani Bridal Wear 
  Previous Article
Next Article   

Get Our FREE Newsletter