Most brides usually select what kind of lehenga they want to wear on their wedding day way before they decide on the groom. Many modern brides are ditching the regular traditional pattern with changing trends. They are open to trying something new and unique. Multi-coloured patterns and pastel shades are in trend right now. This is the checklist for all the amazing styles and types of multicoloured lehenga.
- Geometric Pattern Lehenga
- Multicoloured Lehenga by Amazing Designers
Here is a list of multicoloured lehenga designs that you will undoubtedly fall in love with.
Geometric Pattern Colourful Lehenga
This Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla multi colour lehenga was worn by Jacqueline Fernandez. It has been in the spotlight. This beautiful lehenga has a thick striped hemline with a sheer dupatta. In this lehenga geometric and line print can be seen as adamant. Furthermore, it is perfect for Haldi, Mehendi and Mayra functions.
Bridal multi-coloured lehenga
This heavy bridal lehenga design is specifically for the wedding day. Not to mention it could be a superb replacement for the traditional red and pink lehengas. This lehenga is designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee and it has beautiful zardozi work and zari borders. Moreover, this wedding lehenga can be paired with two dupattas and traditional Indian jewellery. It brings a modern touch to old Indian concepts.
Cheery multi-colour lehenga
If you can’t decide whether to wear a red, yellow or green lehenga for your wedding function try out this multi-coloured lehenga. It has the right amount of traditional colours and a touch of white. This multicoloured lehenga worn with a see-through dupatta would look amazing. It is perfect for a sangeet ceremony.
Banarasi colourful printed lehenga
Abstract floral prints coming out beautifully on orange banarasi fabric makes this lehenga so special. In addition, the blue peacock motif design on the skirt and coordinated blouse make it even more appealing.
Boho print lehenga
Multi-coloured boho print skirt with Fuschia pink blouse. everything going beautifully with each other brings out a breezy modern look. This lehenga would match the quirky personality of the bride and look very impressive.
Turquoise floral print lehenga
This multicoloured lehenga with shades of turquoise blue on the blouse and golden and beige printed skirt looks gorgeous. It gives off a simple and yet elegant look when paired with a floral printed dupatta.
Aqua pop wedding lehenga
This Pop inspired aqua blue lehenga with red and pink prints has an intricate design. The golden printings on the blouse and skirt make it even more whimsical. Additionally, it brings out the vivacious side of the bride. The lehenga does not require a dupatta and could be an amazing choice.
Taffeta multi-coloured lehengas
This multicoloured lehenga made with crisp and smooth taffeta fabric has red, yellow, blue and green stripes. Coupled with a full sleeve embroidered blouse with intricate mirror work and no dupatta. It is a very dreamy lehenga and deserves a place in your wedding trousseau.
Multicoloured lehenga with peplum
This multicoloured lehenga with floral embroidery and detailed diamond work brings shine and shimmer to the lehenga. And that makes it perfect for sangeet ceremonies. The lehenga paired with a peplum blouse gives your attire a rich look.
Bandhani print lehenga
This colourfully decorated lehenga with Gujarati and Rajasthani traditional bandhani print is delightful. It is perfect for Haldi and mehndi ceremonies. The dupatta is adorned with slight booti designs.
Sea green and yellow multicoloured lehenga
This lehenga with plain sea green blouse and a yellow and purple abstract skirt has ultimate elegance. This multicoloured lehenga could be a blast with heavy jewellery and coordinated makeup.
Anita Dongre Multicoloured Bridal Lehenga
This lehenga designed by Anita Dongre would look amazing on the wedding day. The blend of aqua blue, sea green and pink colours look stunning. Moreover, the lehenga follows all the recent trends from multicolour to pastels.
Off-shoulder boho print lehenga
This multi-coloured boho print lehenga skirt is paired with a printed pink off-shoulder blouse. It is quintessential for any bride looking for a contemporary look. Additionally, it has the perfect balance of quirkiness and elegance.
The lehengas skirt designed to be front-short and back-long is gorgeous. the skirt is studded with diamonds and give a shimmery effect. You should definitely try ou this eccentric lehenga for your wedding.
Matt floral print lehenga
This lehenga has an exceptional floral print and is paired with the same print blouse and a floral dupatta. this wedding lehenga is apt for all wedding ceremonies. It is sombre yet super-fine.
if you want to wear something that is uncommon and unique you should certainly try this kimono lehenga. The attire definitely adds diversity and funkiness to the wedding. This eccentric purple lehenga is steel worthy.
Light shade Multi-coloured Lehenga
This neutral coloured printed skirt and the hot pink blouse put together a beautiful bridal lehenga. And it is lightweight and simple. So, if you looking for something comfortable and relaxing yet pretty lehenga this one is perfect
Ruffled colourful lehenga
The lehenga’s skirt has sumptuously ruffled and embroidered designs. It is coupled with a silver shiny blouse. And is a flawless blend of modern and traditional designs.
Patched Wedding lehenga
This multicoloured bridal lehenga with patches of pastel colours on the skin has a unique design. a yellow blouse is coordinated with this lehenga. This colourful lehenga can woo everyone present at the wedding ceremony.
Black multicoloured lehenga
This black lehenga could be a perfect fit if you are looking for something bold and traditional. Also, it has a layered black and yellow skirt with a yellow embroidered blouse and multi-colour dupatta. Undoubtedly the lehenga will increase the charms of Haldi and Mehendi ceremonies. Earrings and braided hair could be a cherry on top.
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