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The winter wedding season is all set to ring in! And we are sure, your hunt for the Bridal Lehenga must be on with full zeal and fervor. Well, being your ultimate saviors, we yet again did the mandatory homework for you and have chalked out the best lehenga colors for winter weddings. Without any further delay, here we enlist some of the hottest hues that are going to dominate the bridal fashion scene in winter weddings 2018-2019. If you want to emerge as a fashion-forward bride, do consult the following list before making the final choice.

Best Bridal Lehenga Colours for Winter Brides!

1. Pastels are here to stay!

First things first! It might be hard to ignore the unparalleled quintessence of pastel hues with summers, but girls, pastel lehengas are not going anywhere in the upcoming winter season. In fact, bridal pastel lehengas with unique colour combinations will be raging big time for the day weddings.

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2. Prominent Purples

The color that’s gonna make the loudest noise in the approaching wedding season is Purple aka the eggplant color. A symbol of royalty, this deep yet vibrant hue perfectly syncs with the winter vibes. Sabyasachi’s latest collection also had this color and in fact, Sonam Kapoor also grabbed heaps of attention when she recently walked the ramp donning a royal purple lehenga by Jayanti Reddy.

3. Blooming Blues

Almost every designer had a shade of blue ensemble in their latest Fall collections which obviously proves that blue is gonna be a ruling colour among brides this season. Blue is not a colour usually associated with Indian brides but maestros like Sabyasachi and Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla have unleashed the latent potential of blooming blues for the modern brides. While lighter shades like Ice Blue or Pale Blue are great options for day brides whereas Turquoise and Indigo can be considered for night weddings.

4. Fiery Orange

An earthy and deep tone, Orange is a colour that perfectly blends with the Indian skin tone and gives an instant glow. This fiery hue is an ultimate choice for the brides-to-be as it adds the much-needed warmth to the otherwise ice-cold winter wedding. Fashion connoisseurs have further delved into this colour to create some incredible bridal outfits. Upcoming wedding season will witness a lot of radiant brides clad in Orange lehengas.

5. Ever-raging Reds

The obvious entrant to this list, Red is for the winter brides who love to celebrate timeless traditions. The most quintessential Indian bridal lehenga colour which is also a symbol of marital status of a woman, Red is a timeless choice for brides of every season. However, to complement the wintry feels, lehengas in deep hues of red should be considered.

6. Metallics

Metallics is yet another celeb-approved trend which was also an integral part of the couture collections of fashion biggies. Being a modern bride that you are, don’t shy away from nailing this voguish trend on your D-day.

7. Pretty Pinks

Pink is yet another colour that brides can slay in, during any season. However, shades on the darker lines lend an unmatchable bridal vibe during winters.

8. Dazzling Golds

Despite being a little daring and a tricky colour to don on the D-day, Golden is relishing a major moment for all right reasons among brides. It adds all the shimmer and sparkle you need to shine on your big day and also blends really well with Indian skin tones. It further fits well with the winter aesthetics and hence is gonna be a big rage in the upcoming wedding season.

9. Gush-worthy Greens

The richness that Dark Green hues contain is unmatched! Shades like Bottle Green, Forest Green and Moss Green make for a great colour option for your winter wedding if you are a bride who won’t mind going offbeat to make a strong statement.


Picked your hottest lehenga hue yet? Tell us in the comments!

Our Favorite Bridal Lehenga Colour Palette for Winter Brides

by Medha Chawla

Our Favorite Bridal Lehenga Colour Palette for Winter Brides