Anushree Reddy is one of those designers whose new designs are awaited. She is known for her use of bold colours and feminine designs and full flares. But as a bride, it is equally important to you that you also know the price of these lehengas, so that you can make a decision regarding its price.
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If you are a bride who wants something a little different but at the same time do not venture too far out of your comfort zone, then play with colours rather than silhouettes. One apt option for this is this mustard yellow lehenga. The semi-sheer blouse also makes the whole outfit more glamorous. If you feel that it is a little too revealing for you, you can play around with the shawl.
Mustards are the ‘in’ colours this wedding season. So if you are searching around for the trendiest colours to wear on your big day, then your search ends here. Pair the mustard with a contrasting shade such as pink or green to elevate the design further.
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Amy Jackson looks like a dream in this mild peach lehenga with silver sequinned and zardozi work.
Ileana D’Cruz walked the ramp in this stunning pastel-shaded lehenga for the Lakme Fashion Week. The lehenga is a fusion of styles from the East and West. The pastel colours also worked well to mute the risk element from using a sheer blouse.
This statement piece with a peach lehenga, gold-embroidered blouse and net shawl will make you look like a princess. Style it with diamante earrings, choker and stilettos.
Brides are increasingly opting for pastel hues for both their wedding and pre-wedding functions. This also explains why designers are releasing more designs in these hues. The pale pink floral dupatta gives out a summery spring vibe. You can wear this for the wedding or the Mehndi.
Such breezy prints and sorbet colours are a trademark of Anushree Reddy and make her lehengas stand out. This pink and ice blue lehenga worn by Nargis Fakri is the right mix of cute and chic.
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The zigzag patterns on the raw silk lehenga create an illusion of a very extravagant flare. This is paired with a silver sequinned blouse and a net dupatta.
The bold pink colour makes the lehenga look regal. The raw silk skirt features cutdana and cutwork embroidery. This is paired with a shawl which is a deeper shade of pink adorned with sequin and zardozi embroidery.
This unique hue is sure to make you stand out on a day wedding. The ruffle dupatta adds an element of liveliness to the ensemble.
This green and gold lehenga with a contrasting soft pink dupatta is an alluring marriage of colours. Nargis Fakri looked stupendous walking the ramp in this attire for the Lakme Fashion Week.
The scallop bordered dupatta with multicoloured embroidery is all that is needed to make us fall in love with this design.
If you are looking to move away from the traditional bright bridal colours, then this may interest you. The scallop borders on the skirt are matched with those on the dupatta. The heavy zardozi and sequin work makes the lehenga look opulent.
This creation in baby pink makes you look both whimsical and ethereal on your big day.
When Alia Bhatt wore this cute little number from Anushree Reddy’s collection for her best friend’s wedding, it garnered a lot of media attention. The highlight of this outfit is the crop top with ruffles. If you want a cute but fuss-free dress, then this is the way to go. It looks beautiful, even with minimal jewellery.
If you want to go to the ‘red bride’ way, then here is something for you. The lovely scallop-edged pink shawl balances out the bright red of the rest of the outfit. You can also opt for a double draping style, with the second shawl being aa red colour.
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Red is not only for the brides but also for the brides. This heavily embroidered, monochrome red lehenga is a standout piece from Reddy’s collection. Pair it with a fun hairstyle and emerald jewellery to complete the look.
If you are looking for some darker shades for your lehenga, then this navy blue and the purple combination will be one of the best options you will ever see. You can also choose this for your reception night.
If you are looking for something modern for your Haldi or Mehndi, then this will be of interest to you. This teal lehenga features multicoloured embroidery and glass beadwork. The ruffled blouse is just icing on the cake.
The lehenga features Dori and french knot embroidery and pairs it with a tulle ruffle dupatta.
The lehenga has multicoloured threadwork and chevron glass bead embroidery. The salmon net dupatta provides relief from the bright yellow of the lehenga.
The floral printed skirt is paired with a hand-embroidered blouse and an organza dupatta. This is a suitable option if you want a traditional lehenga with a contemporary twist.
A unique colour combination which will be suitable for both day and night time events. The lehenga features zardozi embroidery which is paired with a drop sleeve blouse and a contrasting purple organza dupatta.
Aren’t you blown away by the colour, patterns, embroidery and just about everything else about her designs?
Updated On22 July, 2020
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