ppropriate for the engagement ceremony as well. The cut and color of the lehenga can be modified according to occasion. Thus, if a girl is wearing a fish tail cut satin lehengas with light embroidery, on the day of the engagement, she can go for a zari encrusted, heavily embellished lehenga choli on D-day. The colors of the bridal lehengas wears depends on the ceremony. The basic criteria of color selection depends on the personality of the bride as well as whatever suits her.
The bridal outfit is usually in shades of red like scarlet, maroon or burgundy. However, modern brides experiment a lot more in terms of hues. Designer bridal sets come in various color combinations in pink, green, blue, orange, violet, golden and silver. As far as the design is concerned, Indian brides have numerous choices. Traditional designs in full or three quarter sleeved blouses and a flared skirt is not the only option. Modern designs include variations that are more stylish and fashionable.