Corsets, best known for their purpose of enhancing the women’s silhouette, was an essential part of the women’s garment in the 1800’s. What was then an undergarment to slim and accentuate the curves has now found its way to become the intricately and elaborately designed undergarments in many wardrobes. Starting from simple tops to dresses or the top of a lehenga, it has established itself as a trend.
Corset Bridal Lehenga Ideas
Here are some ideas for a corset bridal lehenga on your wedding day –
For the woman who loves the work of gold, a black corset top and a pink lehenga, both elegantly and generously designed with an embroidery of heavy gold would be a great look for their wedding day. The lehenga is a made on a heavy cloth so that the pink is not too loud and at the same time keeping the work of gold lively throughout the outfit. It is coupled with a beautiful golden dupatta, bringing just the amount of simplicity required to this elaborate dress.
Another way to pair an elaborately designed black corset with gold embroidery is to keep it simple in the other segments when you put on a corset bridal lehenga. An option is to stick to the traditional custom of the Hindu wedding of wearing red and choosing a red lehenga. Made of a material that is meshed, it gives a nice and flowy look. The big, bold borders of the lehenga also add a touch of boldness to the modern bride. A simple white dupatta, with tiny golden embroidery scattered all over, makes the outfit even more elegant.
Sticking to traditional colours while going cosmopolitan, a lehenga in gold and maroon. The top of the lehenga is made of a plain gold cloth which is completely backless, held together by elegantly and securely pulled together strings of the corset. A tassel made of tiny gold sequins keep the magnificence of it alive. The lehenga is a work of pure art. Being made of a heavy material with medium sized gold work scattered on the gorgeous looking maroon. The border has been made bold and beautiful by putting together an array of tiny gold sequins.
For the bride who likes to keep it simple and classy, a silver mist corset paired with a jet black corset bridal lehenga and a thing and pretty coral dupatta might find its way to being her wedding outfit. The silver corset with a deep neckline and a high collar has no outstanding designs on it, yet every inch of it has been well embroidered. The jet black lehenga is completely plain except for the elegant and traditionally designed dusty silver embroidery at the bottom, which is considerably spaced out. The coral pink dupatta with no work on it keep the simplicity of it intact.
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Go all white on your wedding with this beautiful white corset bridal lehenga. A corset top embroidered with tiny silver and white sequins with cap sleeves meeting the feather-like lehenga at the waist. The lehenga is made in layers to give it a grandeur look and the bottom is made gorgeous with a bold and shimmery gold border just below the frilled surface. The dupatta is kept simple by giving it a starry night look with silver sequins on a white translucent cloth which shimmers on catching the light.
Glam it up while keeping it chic with a pretty red lehenga. The corset is off the shoulder, forming a sweetheart neckline. It is embroidered with vertical lines of gold. The lehenga made in the same colour as the corset is a-line. The top of the lehenga has an embroidery in gold, fading towards the middle. The end of the lehenga has a broader border with a floral embroidery. The middle portion of the lehenga is kept simple and plain, accentuated by the cloth itself.
Keeping the corset bridal lehenga in style and not keeping to conventional colours, go for a combination of wine red and baby pink. The wine red printed on a heavy material with just the right amount of weight to it accentuates your curves and the white gold embroidery on it gives it a mellow yet gorgeous look. The baby pink used for the lehenga is made on a lighter cloth so that the pink stays muted. The white gold embroidery throughout the length of the lehenga, less at the top and becoming gradually heavier at the bottom gives it the gorgeous bridal lehenga look.