Trendiest Lehengas For The Summer of 2022

Trendiest Lehengas For The Summer of 2022

From Classic Colours To Modern Silhouettes, Designer Bridal Lehengas This Season Are Here To Turn Some Heads

ARTICLE BY : Suhani Lotlikar


Here is an insight into the latest lehengas for Spring/ Summer 2022 season we love from your favourite designers.

Chic Green
Let’s be honest, the forever loved colour green is here to stay! Year after year, we see various shades, from the traditional mehndi to bright green, circling back into the colour charts of south Asian bridalwear designers. It has become a classic choice for brides, especially for their mehndi ceremony. Green has become an unsaid, staple shade even for guests attending a wedding event. And to stand out from the crowd, we suggest brides opt for this season’s latest trend, lime green. This bright shade promises to make your bridal entry a sight for sore eyes. You can take this up a notch by choosing another blazing green colour like one from Amit Aggarwal’s spring/summer 2022 line or even jazz it up with the unique gota patti filled lehenga by Seema Gujral.
Green is a reliable shade that can be paired with many contrasting and complementing colours such as pink, red and yellow. You can easily play around with these when picking multi-coloured stone jewellery. These can also be incorporated in the print, embellishment and embroidery on the green lehenga as it is the perfect base to start with. It enhances the motifs on bridal options that are generally inspired by elements of nature. Spoilt for choice with multiple shades of green, this season’s contemporary designs will help you make your bridal look iconic with an exciting twist.

Top to Bottom: Seema Gujral, Anita Dongre, Amit Aggarwal

EXPERT ADVICE: Green can be paired with many colours such as red and yellow

Prism Effect
If you truly want to embrace the showstopper vibe of an OTT bride, you need a lehenga that will not only turn heads but make them think about it for days to come. With this season’s most colourful designs, brides can break free from the ‘done and dusted’ looks for their wedding events. The quirky takes of Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika and the more conservative drape by Torani showcases the range of styles brides can pick from. For those who are big on mesmerising craftsmanship and heavy embroidery, Farah Talib’s multicoloured lehengas are just the right choice.
Styling a multicoloured lehengas can be a tricky task when it comes to accessorising it. However, if you focus on the most and least prominent colours of the lehenga, those are your two points to start from. The many colours on your lehenga skirt and choli are rather a good excuse for you to go wild with multicoloured jewellery picks. These lehengas stand out perfectly for a day wedding in an outdoor setting. The beaming daylight will reflect off of your lehenga’s gorgeous colours to make the most beautiful wedding photographs.

Top to Bottom: Farah Talib Aziz, Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika, Torani

EXPERT ADVICE: With a colourful lehenga, we suggest going wild with OTT jewellery

Blazing Yellows
Yellow brings a playful and spontaneous energy to a bridal look. Particularly associated with the haldi ceremony, this bright yet sombre colour can be worn as a monotone look. You are in for a treat with the many options of yellow to pick from this season. The designer bridalwear is experimenting with loud, neon shades by Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika and also offering classic shades by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor. While many may be lured to play it cool with Abhinav Mishra’s calming yellow, there are quirky options by brands like Torani. This trusted colour is a must-have for the bride.
A yellow lehenga can be paired with monotone jewellery of green or pink stones. You can add a twist with heavy oxidise silver jewellery pieces or go for the royal touch with kundan or pearl pieces. Try on the unexpected pairing of gold tones with yellow and you might be surprised with how well it works. This combination brings a glaring shine to your bridal look if worn for an outdoor event. The brighter shades of yellow also work for indoor events hosted in spaces flushed with natural daylight.

Top to Bottom: Abhinav Mishra, Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika, Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor

EXPERT ADVICE: Add a twist to your yellow outfit with oxidise silver jewellery

Sterling Pink
This wedding season is set to see some of the most awaited, OTT weddings since the outbreak of the pandemic. If you are a bride who has been planning her big day for a while, referring to various celebrity wedding looks and trying to find your own vibe, rani pink is your rescue! Embrace the romantic mood of pink with the most glamourous bright pink lehengas. There is no going wrong with the colour that is inspired by love and kindness. Step away from the traditional red and bring in your individual touch with a reference to ‘90s extravagant brides.
If you always imagined yourself to be a Bollywood inspired iconic bride, designers like Shyamal & Bhumika and Farah Talib will help fulfil your fantasy. The stunning rani pink may come across as a bold choice but rightly so add a page to the new chapter of your life. Bright pink can easily be adorned with precious heirloom jewellery. You can go big on the jewellery with necklaces, rings and earrings in gold tones. Don’t keep away from trying on a bright pink lehenga on your bridal shopping spree, you might just end up falling in love with it. This season’s wildly sequined lehengas in bright pink by ITRH have multiple options even for your bridesmaids looks. Anita Dongre’s classic printed lehengas are perfect for attending the many weddings in the upcoming season.

Top to Bottom: Shyamal & Bhumika, Frontier Raas, Anita Dongre

EXPERT ADVICE: Bright pink can be adorned with precious heirloom jewellery


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