Celeb-inspired ways to style your lehenga differently



The wedding season has arrived and the most exciting part is to get your outfits ready. For most women, they love wearing lehengas to almost every traditional outing as it is a beautiful attire which instantly makes you look different.

While it is important to keep up with the times and wear clothes that are in vogue, you must also remember that one should be comfortable with what they are wearing. There are a variety of lehengas in the market today and if you’re not able to choose the correct one for your ethnic outing, then you can take a look inspiration from these stunning divas.

Whether it is layered lehengas or an embroidered long skirt or even a ruffled dupatta, a little change in style goes a long way. If you want to jazz up your lehenga look and make it stand out a bit more, then take some notes from our beloved celebs.

Ways to style your lehenga differently

Blazer blouse

If you want to give your lehenga look a formal touch, you can opt for a mini blazer. It will look perfect with a multi-coloured lehenga. You can drape your dupatta on one shoulder. This little change in replacing a regular choli with a deep-necked blazer can amp up your traditional look.

Collared blouse

With her beautiful mint and pink embroidered lehenga, Isha Ambani chose to pair it with a collared blouse. This look is perfect if you don’t want to replace your choli with a blazer. With the rounded collar, this ethnic look can instantly stand out and you can be the star of the show.

Floral prints

For Indian attire, florals work perfectly for any occasion. If you’re thinking of brightening up your ethnic attire, opt for a printed floral lehenga. Just like Katrina Kaif, you can pair it with simple earrings and a necklace or just opt for heavy statement shoulder dusters.


Ruffles and belts

When in doubt you can add a belt to your outfit. Besides this, a ruffled dupatta will make your lehenga look even better. Bhumi, here, opted for a red georgette lehenga and paired with a ruffled dupatta. She then cinched the attire with a metallic belt. She completed the look with a statement necklace and earrings.

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