Zari work is said to be one of the oldest embroidery work which is done intricately with hands by Indian craftsmen. This work looks the best on silk or velvet fabrics as it enhances the embroidery work the most. A unique combination of colours and patterns are quite commendable in this traditional lehenga, zari lehengas. Bridal zari lehengas are the first choice for all the Indian ladies as it gives a twinkling touch to the whole couture.
People tend to confuse zari work with zardozi embroidery quite often. Zardozi work is simply a form of zari work. But there’s one main difference between zari and zardozi work, i.e, zardozi looks thicker and heavier than zari work. Also, traditionally it used to come in golden and silver coloured embroidery only, but now as the crafting industry has taken a plunge, zari metallic threads come in different colours.
Famous Bollywood divas have slipped into beautiful zari lehengas in reel as well as real-life, which explains the ethnicity of this bridal wear. Enough said let’s dive into the list I’ve created of beautiful zari lehengas for any wedding ceremony.
Zari lehengas give that shimmery and dazzling touch to your outfits for Indian weddings
A beautiful Zari Lehenga with royal blue velvet base and intricate floral zari embroidery. Also, the glitter effect of the embroidery itself gives a shine to the outfit which looks apt for an Indian Wedding. The off-white net dupatta features tiny bootis of zari work and a thick border, complementing the whole outfit.
For all those traditional brides, who would still love to have a classy red lehenga on her wedding day, this is the one for you. Sabyasachi lehengas have a dreamy touch and look phenomenal in any embroidery. This zari lehenga features intricate golden zari work that seems very gaudy.
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This Zari Lehenga shows the perfect blend of rose gold and gold zari work. Moreover, the baby pink net dupatta complements the rose gold-hued lehenga pretty well. Wear it at your friend’s sangeet, and no doubt you’ll steal so many glances!
Hot Pink colour, also known as fuschia pink, is quite an attention-grabbing colour. When mixed with golden zari work, the whole outfit shines in a very appealing manner. You can choose to wear this at a sangeet night party and outshine everybody!
The bride looks phenomenal in the blood-red zari lehenga featuring velvet fabric as the base. Also, not just the fabric but the overloaded zari embroidery work also beautifies the bridal wear.
A beautiful bridal lehenga in the wine shade looks beguiling, and the intricate zari work all around it enhances the beauty of the attire. Moreover, blush pink dupatta in the net fabric also blends well with the wine shade.
No matter what, fuschia pink can make a person stop and stare at your outfit as it makes it look so captivating. Wear a fuschia pink zari lehenga at a wedding ceremony and enjoy all the flooding compliments.
Tangerine is a bright colour, and a zari lehenga of this hue would be apt for a haldi ceremony as its a day function. Also, the orange shade mixes well with golden embroidery.
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Off-white or cream is a calm and elegant colour. Hence, a gorgeous outfit in this shade, along with beautiful zari work, surely makes a great combination. Although, this zari lehenga features minimal zari work but looks gorgeous with the other colourful embroidery.
A beautiful maroon zari lehenga with velvet fabric embellished with intricate zari work surely will give you a showstopper look. The intricate zari work beautifully blends with the maroon base and brings out an exquisite look.
Navy Blue Lehenga featuring minimal zari embroidery looks beautiful for attending a casual wedding ceremony. Here, we can see the embroidery done in a minimal amount around the borders of lehenga and on the blouse.
The cream colour is quite a soothing one, and so is this zari lehenga. Not only the cream shade, but the golden zari work also enhances the beauty of the lehenga to a new level.
A gorgeous lehenga flaunting intricate zari work done on black and red fabric. Along with the lehenga, the baby pink net dupatta features zari work on the borders.
A gorgeous zari lehenga in the shade of purple looks captivating when paired with the peach shade. Moreover, the minimal and simple zari work done on the lehenga enhances the beauty of the attire. Wear it at a sangeet function and steal away as many glances as you want.
Zari work looks best when done on a velvet base. This dark red lehenga looks beautiful with the silver zari embroidery and white net dupatta. White dupatta with thick zari border adds beauty to the whole outfit.
Seagreen Lehenga featuring a coordinated boat neck blouse, looks beautiful along with the intricate zari work. Moreover, even the coordinated dupatta gives finishing to the attire.
An alluring baby pink lehenga, which is crafted from satin fabric with exclusive Resham, zari, stone, and pearl work. Also, the contrasting turquoise blouse adds a bling to the outfit and makes it look prettier.
Look super gorgeous in this blue art silk bridal lehenga decked with floral zari thread embroidery and sequins work. Also, it comes with a matching art silk choli in similar work and turquoise net embellished dupatta with lace details.
A stylish Red lehenga with a pure velvet base looks most suitable for all the modern brides. Also, the super heavy zari, Resham, and stonework beautify the lehenga choli more.
A fabulous coordinated blush pink lehenga with heavy zari work will look best for your sangeet function. Not only does the floral embroidery enhances the beauty of the lehenga, but it also gives it a modern touch.
A beautiful poppy lehenga paired with pure silk crop top and dupatta. The lehenga skirt has gold and silver zari floral booti embroidered all over and gold zari floral hemline border. If you’re one of those brides who love minimalism, then definitely try this.
From reel brides to real brides, all have a craze for zari lehengas. How many of these heavy bridal zari lehengas did you save for yourself?
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
Updated On30 June, 2020
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