Tips to Get an Expensive Wedding Lehenga for Less
Yay, we are so excited! Want to know why? Because the WEDDING SEASON IS HERE, and WE CAN’T KEEP CALM! But you do not need to spend a bomb to buy a grand, elaborate wedding lehenga. You can use a few tricks (which we suggest) and implement those to create an ultra-luxurious look, whose cost won’t exceed your budget.
Choose the typical colours for your wedding lehenga
The moment you ask for a minty green or icy blue lehenga with sequins and all, the store will immediately show you the costliest lehengas that are exclusive and detailed. These are very trending colours and thus the cost is much higher than the usual.
The typical wedding lehenga colours like red, pink, green, and orange should be your go-to colours. They are some of the standard colours in which beautiful lehengas are available in most stores. If you go for colours like these, you can get heavier lehenga options within your budget than lehengas in trendy colours.
Buy your wedding lehenga from retail stores
When it comes to buying your wedding lehenga, this is a golden rule. Retail stores, be it online or offline, will have more budget-friendly options to choose from than popular designer stores or boutiques. In every city, usually, there are a lot of good bridal stores. Even if there aren’t, shopping websites like Like A Diva are all ready to cater to your needs.
Go for non-bridal lehengas
When going to shop for lehengas, be it at a retail or designer store, resist saying bridal lehenga. Mention the colour, designs, work, and choose from the ones that are shown to you. Most designers curate special designer lehengas as bridalwear and charge exorbitantly. Rather go for the non-bridal designers or collections to save some bucks.
Make your choli the showstopper
Rather than going for an all-heavy lehenga, why don’t you go for an interesting choli and let the rest of the lehenga be simple? It will make you stand out among other brides and will be so easy on your pocket.
The work on the lehenga is directly responsible to increase the price of the lehenga. While all-over heavy work was trending so much last year, this year, brides are all about experimenting with their wedding attire and creating exclusive looks.
You can always rent a lehenga
You know, if you are one of those people who would be wearing a lehenga for your D-Day only, and there are least chances to repeat your outfit anytime in the future, then we would suggest you rent your attire. There are many genuine places to rent an Indian lehenga for your wedding and even the jewellery. After all, if you are the one to whom these things do not matter at all, just rent it out, get ready, look beautiful, click pictures, flaunt, and enjoy.
Shop during the Sale Season
Who doesn’t prefer shopping their hearts out during an ongoing Sale at their favourite fashion or makeup brand/store? You will, I am sure come across at least one or two sales and make use of their dream outfit. You will surely save some bucks there, if not a lot.