The Bridesmaid's list of stunningly unique monochrome lehengas you need to check out NOW
"Ever since Priyanka Chopra made us realize what wonders a single color can do, we are heads over heels in love with monochrome lehengas. So here are a few Indian bridesmaid lehengas you would definitely want to check out to try out this wedding season."
Who all fell in love with Priyanka Chopra’s wedding lehenga? We sure did and so did many other brides who set similar trends for us to drool over.
Ever since we ladies realized what wonders a monochrome lehenga can do to our wedding looks, we can’t get over with this trend. For those of you wondering, a monochrome lehenga is a single color lehenga which might have a few different colored embellishments here and there, but the primary set is in the same shade of the same color. Yeah, exactly like the Priyanka wala lehenga.
But why should it stay just the bride’s choice? The bride’s sister also deserves some monochromatic inspiration along with the bridesmaids who spend so much time thinking about how they can accentuate the lavishness of their friend’s wedding by looking like a patola.
So here are a number of monochrome bridesmaid lehengas to fall for this season.
The Typical Monochrome Lehenga with Embroidered Blouse and Plain Skirt
This is the most common way of sporting monochrome lengha like a pro. A statement embroidered blouse and a plain skirt together can kill it!
This charcoal black monochrome velvet lehenga with a lovely sweetheart neckline is sure to win many hearts. The glamorous simplicity of the piece makes it worthy to be your companion for your bestie’s wedding and Diwali afterward.
This pre-stitched monochrome red saree lehenga has a halter neckline on the golden embroidered blouse paired with a plain saree lehenga. Yes, we are also imagining ourselves dancing on the beat at our BFF's wedding ceremony in this splendid bridesmaid outfit.
The Magnificence of Mirror Work Monochrome Lenghas
When the conventional art of mirror embroidery meets the novel indo-western styles like a strapless off-shoulder neckline, that’s where the magic begins.
This baby pink monochrome chiffon georgette lehenga is simply phenomenal with its shoulder barring statement long sleeves and elaborate intricate mirror work leaving no stones unturned. Make all the heads turn in this.
Matching Monochromes for the Twinning Bridesmaids on a Summer Wedding
For summer weddings, you don’t have to bear the heat with some heavy jewelry and bulky outfit.
Go light and happy with lightweight fabrics and colors with minimal embroidery.
That’s why we have here these georgette fabric lehengas in foil embroidery and some stunning cool colors like peach and sky blue.
Tag your bff along on the wedding day when you both mix and match your look in these tantalizing garbs.
Cheer up with a Sheer Monochrome Lehenga
Sometimes the fabric speaks enough to not need any embroidery to accentuate it.
The breeziness, the magic of royal blue, and the flow of this net fabric silk base lehenga are enough to get all the minds diverted at the ceremony, especially if the function is set in the daytime. The monochrome blue lehenga is a great choice for your sister’s bachelorette or cocktail party.
Slay ‘em in a Hot Red Monochrome Lehenga
See them trying hard to take their eyes off but failing to do so in a hot red monochrome ensemble.
A Bright Yellow Monochrome Ensemble for the Daytime Ceremony
Can we talk about colors for monochrome outfits and skip on the stunning king of bright colors? Of course, no Mehendi ceremony is complete without a touch of yellow outfits no matter who wears them - the bride or her friends!
So why not make yourself comfortable in a stunning no-risk yellow monochrome lehenga with tassels of a bright contrast like pink in this one? We know what you are thinking! The statement blouse with that amazingly unique neckline is precious! Don't forget to match it with a mask as looking good is as important as staying protected these days.
Go-Green Plain Monochrome Lehenga for the Minimalist Bridesmaid
If you are the girl who wants to keep it simple whatever the occasion is, go for a monochrome lehenga with little to no embroidery but a unique look.
This green monochrome lehenga with the statement poncho tassel blouse is the definition of elegance meeting style. The skirt has been designed with yards of dupion silk fabric to give the grand ballroom look.
If you want to make it more simple, there is a strap blouse in dupion silk under the detachable poncho top.
Get it customized in the color of your choice if green turns you off.
Keep it Conventional with a full-sleeved Monochrome Lehenga
Make it simple and yet hard to ignore by choosing a traditional lehenga silhouette in a single color lehenga of your choice.
We are crushing over this green zardozi embroidered monochrome lengha set that has a fully embroidered full-sleeved blouse and round back cut design to keep it sassy. The hem of the skirt has been accented with beautiful frills leaving you craving it more.
Rock the Sangeet Night in this Lavender Pastel Monochrome Lengha
The blouse has an illusion neckline accentuated with frills and pearl and silver embroidery. No stones were left unturned in making it the statement of the ensemble. The skirt has an asymmetrical flare giving it the modern touch the new-age bridesmaid deserves.
Dance the night away in Manpreet Toor’s Coral Red Monochrome Lehenga
After featuring in the song ‘Summer Luv’, our bridesmaids have been falling for this lehenga again and again and that’s not without a reason.
The chiffon fabric makes it the lightest outfit you could possibly carry. The simplicity of the strap blouse is super sassy plus, the flare of the skirt gives it the easy breezy look that wants to make you want to dance as soon as you get clad in it.
A Black Monochrome Lehenga for the Rebel Bridesmaid
So here we have this all-black monochrome lehenga accented with the gold embellishments it needed to look this glamorous.
Gold is never getting old in Wedding Lenghas
Keep it simple and yet perfect in this gold monochrome lehenga that has an embellished statement dupatta along. The design is conventional and more suited to conservative gatherings but in spite of that, looks easy on the eye with its lustrous gold look.
These were all we wanted you to see. Now you tell us in the comments below, which monochrome lehenga would you wear to your best friend’s wedding?