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In this wedding season, doll yourself up with quirky accessories that are Lehenga-Friendly. The waist-belt trend is what every bride-to-be is crushing on nowadays. From traditional, modern, golden to accent colours, these belts have it all and you can choose your favourite by going through our curated list filled with inspirations. Give your Big-Day outfit a special touch with these fabulous belts. So get scrolling to explore Real Brides Who Dazzled Their Lehenga With A Belt.
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Bring your apparel’s monotones together by a self-fabric waist belt. It will keep your dupatta intact and enhance your curves. These belts can be customised by the tailor on request. Therefore, do flaunt this one!
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Intricate Zardosi work makes the lehenga stand out and shimmer. So if your lehenga has golden embroidery, then you may go for a Zardosi belt that blends in with your look.
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Light to deep hues, every fabric gets lifted up with a hint of gold. Accessorize your #BridalLehenga with golden jewellery and pair it up with a belt that is slightly or fully gold. This little addition will glam you up by finishing the bridal look.
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Go absolutely blingy with a mirror-work belt, if your lehenga has the reflective detail. Day or night, this look will add sparkle wherever you go. This is ideal for Haldi and Sangeet ceremony.
Recommended: Dazzling Mirror Work Lehengas
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Less is more, and therefore we call it minimal and elegant. Add a slender belt to charm your entire look if your torso is smaller or wider. It will proportionate your attire and bring elegance to your look.
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Bold buckled belts are total game-changer as they fuse street style to traditional Indian attires. Since it is an exciting combo, ladies are hunting this look for their Sangeet ceremonies. Try this belt for your next occasion, if you are willing to make a fashion statement.
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Inspired from Kamarbandh, this belt is worn on the lower waist of the lehenga. To give your outfit a subtle touch of the jewelled belt, this can be your go-to pick. Gold, Silver or Rustic, hook yourself up with the one that matches with your lehenga skirt well.
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Traditional attires merely incorporate authentic handwork and ethnic embroidery. So these designs can be styled with similar type of belts that include more conventional motifs or floral embroidery. If your lehenga consists of the same or you desire to buy a set of lehenga on the traditional side, then you might like this one.
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We are obsessing over the belted blouse because it makes the attire innovative and stylish. Secure your dupatta within the slit of the blouse. This is one of the current trends for a blouse design, so do bookmark it!
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A Sabyasachi belt is a bride’s fantasy, and one feels extraordinary in it. You don’t need to own a Sabyasachi lehenga necessarily, all you need is this statement leather belt! It is going to be in trend for a while.
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A semi-leather belt is a trendy twist for the fashion-forward women. It has a self-fabric at the back that is stitched to perfection with the leather belt on the front side. This new piece is admirable and sassy at the same time. Carry this bad-ass look of leather belt and slay your upcoming ceremony.
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A Haldi ceremony can accommodate floral touch. So here's an inspiration for a floral belt that you can wear on your special occasion. Pink, mustard or tangerine, you can pick any desired colour to finish your lehenga-choli look.
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Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika has influenced the fashion industry into getting the hang of a special Belted Waist-Bag accessory. It is the next new for every occasion and on the plus side, it is sturdy, easy to carry and swing-free! Add an oomph factor to your ethnic attire with this quirky belt. So do check this product as it is hyping up quickly.
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