What are the most popular bridal lehengas styles?


This year started with a splash of Indian weddings blossoming like a diamond, there’s so much to experience and feel. Social media is flooded with wedding content, we’re seeing some bridesmaids creating reels with the bride or about their relationship with the bride and some people transforming into ethnic wear real quick.

It all really happens in India really. DollyJ has such a collection of bridal lehengas that leaves you awestruck and you won’t be able to resist the FOMO of clicking pictures for social media. All the B town celebrities like Katrina and Vicky Kaushal, Rajkumar Rao, and many more got married recently to the love of their lives. They were seen wearing Manish Malhotra lehengas and suits and slayed in their respective outfits.

Let’s talk about the popular lehengas of the decade that is still significant and in demand:

1. Red lehenga

Be it Priyanka Chopra or Neha Kakkar every bride is going crazy over the all red bridal lehengas with a long cape-like dupatta on the head. Rani haar and lower bun accessorized with rose flowers compliment the whole look.

If you’re into ethnicity and thinking of creating a royal photography memory of your and your partner then opt red lehenga and be the shine of the night. Walking down the aisle your beloved partner is only going to remember how happy you’re so smile big time for a new beginning and keep walking towards the love of your life.

2. V-neck blouse style

Ethnicity is present from our ancient Indian culture, some modern touch to it won’t harm anybody. The trend of v-neck blouses is bold and regal. It’s all about the comfort of the bride and not what the society or your in-laws think of your bridal outfit.

V-neck blouses are the most alluring, town’s most popular style among other best designer bridal lehengas.Finish off the look with open curly hair and smokey eye bold makeup for the most impactful look of the night. Gold choker jewelry will suit this outfit with a long dangler. Furthermore, keep the dupatta on the sideways of the shoulder, let the blouse outshine.

3. Sabyasachi dupatta style

The most popular trend among these years that hasn’t faded away yet and is still so in demand is the Sabyasachi style dupatta. This style gets into the talks because of the contrasting dupatta attached in the front and one on the head making the outfit look dreamy and royal. It feels as if you’re marrying into some Rajasthani Rajput family.

Creating the most ethnic trend is just Sabyasachi style. People have tried a lot more other dupatta styles carrying the embroidered belt surrounding the waist and what not but this trend just stayed in the heart of every bride.

4. Multicolor lehenga

Who says only subtle colors work in your marriage? Go vibrant and turn the tables with vibrant multicolored lehengas. Be it your sangeet night, haldi, mehndi or your ceremony vibrancy is the key to lit up the occasion. Daytime occasions are suitable for such outfits. For the wedding choose red, golden, and black and jewelry must be simple yet expensive.

Style your multicolored lehengas in a way everybody thinks it’s more of a party than a sangeet function. Image yourself dancing around in a multicolo0ured lehenga that has mirror work on it and you’re just creating memories. When you’ll back at those vibrant photographs you’ll thank yourself. Buy traditional bridal gowns and lehengas from the DollyJ store and focus on other shopping areas after checking this one out of your list.

5. The silk saree

With minimalism being the key of this year brides have normalized wearing red silk sarees and silk lehengas to their intimate weddings. This showcases how thoughtful brides are becoming of their hard-earned money and environment. Dia Mirza and YamiGautam were some of those brides who said things like “I want to buy something I’ll be able to reuse later.”

Eve the wedding of the celebrities was simple and intimate. Saving money and using it for good cause later is the ultimate mantra for this year.

6. Feather on the shoulder

DollyJ is the only designer to craft lehengas and gowns that has a feather on the shoulders with such elegance. All the brides that have bought dresses from DollyJ have chosen to wear this dreamy gown have suggested that one should buy this once in their lifetime. This irresistible style now comes with an attached cape as well. DollyJ designs are full of surprises. Today you’re looking forward to a cape gown and feather dresses and tomorrow they’ll transform you into the real queen that you’re.

7. The straight lehenga

These lehengas are so western in nature that every ride wonders to keep in her wardrobe. The sleek design full-sleeved silver blouse and straight silver skirt just catch everybody’s eyes. With no attached dupatta and shimmery all over this is the best pick for your reception.

8. Velvet in-trend

If you’re getting married in the winter season then, velvet bridal lehengasare the best pick to slay at this time of the year. Maroon red lehenga with a green dupatta is regal, full of elegance, and keeps your body warm throughout.  


When the brides were busy shopping in the streets of brand studios our brides were smart enough to look us up online and booked their lehengas just with the magic of scroll months prior to their wedding day. It’s fine to book your lehenga months prior as trials and final stitching if any, take time as well.

One of my personal favorite and every bride’s pick is the feather bridal gowns and lehengas. It’s because of the uniqueness in them, the feather on the shoulder of the blouse makes the dress more powersome and elegant. If you’re organizing a big fat wedding then this look must suit you best. 

But don’t forget about the charm of red lehengas. Its traditional outlook on our culture is so mesmerizing and charming to the eyes.

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