The 2018 runway trends for the trendy lehenga and cholis are every bit sassy & exquisite!
Going down the memory lane, last year it was all about the embroidery and the embellishment, but this year it is a different ball game altogether. 2018 sees a lot of trending styles with pleats and silk fabrics. Without much ado, whether you are a bride to be, a bridesmaid or someone attending a wedding and would want a lehenga choli, here are a few types of lehengas that will rock 2018.
Embellishment all the way!
A minimalistic yet sparky trend, it is all about gold embossments and metallic tones in figure motifs. They sure do make a statement since they are eye catchy and one of a kind. These lehengas have no-frill drama added, which makes then unique and must have for the weddings in 2018.
Crop it up
We all just can’t stop raving about the latest crop top and lehenga skirt trend. Silk brocade rules the roost here. Fabrics such as net, velvet, brocade, and silk in crop top lehengas would be most desired and wanted for 2018 weddings. They are worth a try and can always be mixed and matched with various bottoms for a variety in the same outfit.
From peplums to loose fitted crop tops to zigzag cholis, now pairing your kehena bottom with ny sort of top is the trend! One can even wear a collar shirt and rock the look with ease. Noticeable fabrics are nets and sequins, jamawar and banarasi, plain silk lehengas too, which would have moderate to good amounts of gold art and craft work on them.
All about pieces
The trend of ind-fusion is making way into the traditional trends of 2018. This lehenga trend is minimal and simple, but with a bustier top attached and a long tunic top styled with it. Fabrics trending for this look are silks and cotton mostly, and this is a style meant for women who do not want to show too much skin but yet want to look majestical and wonderful, like a princess.
Embroidery is the king!
This season, it is all about intricate embroideries on fabrics of the same color, giving an elegant and a prime look to the wearer. Examples being a black thread embroidery on black net lehenga and dupatta, red on red, where a red thread embroidery has been done on a red net lehenga, and a red dupatta.
So, which is your style for the season?