Thursday, 31 March 2022

Minimal Monochrome Lehengas For Haldi & Where To Buy Them From

Minimal Monochrome Lehengas For Haldi & Where To Buy Them From

The terms 'Minimal' and 'Monochrome' may sound a bit boring to you, brides. But when it comes to bridal fashion, minimal monochrome lehengas are making waves in the fashion industry. And when it comes to outfits for pre-wedding functions like Haldi, minimal monochrome lehengas are a fabulous choice. They're neither too heavy nor too expensive, thus making them an ideal haldi outfit choice to dress up in for a function that can get, well, messy. 

Honestly, we're huge fans of minimal monochrome lehengas. They can be styled with various accessories and various types of hairstyles, based on the kind of vibe you're going for. 

Trendy, chic and elegant, here are some of our top minimal monochrome lehenga picks for your Haldi celebrations and where you can buy them!

Minimal Monochrome Lehengas For Haldi Ceremony

The Stunning Silene Lehenga

Designed by Anita Dongre, this beautiful golden yellow lehenga is dotted with countless red spring flowers. It's made with deliciously light fabric that makes it is ready to dance and twirl in. And one of the best things about this lehenga? It has pockets!

The Handwoven Shweta Lehenga

The Shweta lehenga by Label Earthen is a Banarasi handwoven lehenga that can be dressed up or down depending on the scale of your occasion. Crafted from banarasi handwoven buti fabric, this lehenga has Resham and beadwork with an antique gold lampi border. Plus, the matching blouse and Resham embroidered organza silk odhni with lovely pleat detailing at the edges add a dynamic touch to it!


The Contemporary Riya Lehenga 

From the modern designer closet of Ankita Dharman, this monochrome lehenga adorned with large yellow and white floral prints is a great choice for a fun haldi celebration. Plus, the V-neck blouse with balloon sleeves is hard to resist! 


The Elegant Mihira Lehenga 

Another beautiful Anita Dongre creation, this printed mustard lehenga in silk is dressed in motifs inspired by the flowers of  Ranthambore. This luxurious lehenga not only comes with pockets (we know, #finally!) but is also a great pick for a bright, sunny haldi ceremony.


Yellow Ombre Tiered Lehenga

This ombre lehenga in the shades of golden yellow and pink is a beauty from the label CinCin. The off-shoulder blouse and the tiered skirt comes gilded with gota pattie and tassel detailing and a floral motif and frill neckline that's sure to add some zazz to your closet!

The Off-beat Ruhaniyat Lehenga

With a lehenga covered in beadwork and exotic floral prints and a choli that's adorned with a sweetheart neckline and puffed sleeves, these peach coloured ensembles from Baise Gaba is a unique choice for a haldi celebration. One that will make you stand out, for sure!

The Gorgeous Chamomile Lehenga

This elegant ensemble with a panelled and printed skirt and a beautiful blouse with a square neckline should be a part of a bride's trousseau. It's intricately hand-embroidered and the floral chiffon fabric is flowy and wonderful.

A Flowy Yellow Floral Lehenga

Designed by Divya Kanakia, this jaw-dropping flowy yellow pleated lehenga with all-over floral printed motifs comes with a layered blouse that will make it a great addition to your celebration. It's easy to carry, not too hard on the wallet and just outright gorgeous!

Lime Green Embroidered Lehenga

First seen on Mouni Roy during her wedding celebrations, this beautiful Payal Singhal ensemble in lime green comes with mukaish detailing on the skirt and tassel and cowrie detailing on the blouse.

Sud Barg Lehenga & Crop Top

Perfect for an intimate haldi ceremony or even ethnic day celebrations at work, the Sud Barg lehenga and crop top set guarantees to see you through all your fashion needs. Featuring a modern blouse paired with an ethnic skirt, this mustard-coloured contemporary-traditional pairing is vibrant and versatile.

A Lovely Handpainted Lehenga

This golden yellow lehenga is covered with gorgeous pink and white lotus flowers and gotapatti. If you're a fan of handpainted outfits, then this one should be on your list!


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