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Best bridal Lehenga tips for different body shapes

Picking up a perfect Bridal Lehenga is one of the most difficult things that you can ever do; probably beside choosing the perfect guy off course! Well jokes apart, we know that everyone of us, does have those pre wedding jitters regardless how happy we might seem. You wouldn’t want to stand a chance to make any mistake when it comes to finalizing your wedding Lehenga. Women today have various body shapes and sizes and hence keeping that in mind, you’d want to make the perfect choice. Though we are modern enough to accept our body types and be satisfied with that, but still we would want to consider every tip and hack that would make us look even more better. Most popular body shapes being Hourglass, Apple, Rectangle, Round and Pear; here in this article we’ll make sure that we cover up a few pointers that you would want to keep in mind while you choose your perfect dream ensemble.

Hourglass Shape Lehenga

Having an hourglass shaped body, you have a lot to flaunt; hence keeping that in mind we’ll suggest you to go with an A-Line Lehenga in a Falling fabric that isn’t stiff enough. Team your A-Line Skirt with a short Choli to show off that perfect curve. Make sure that you drape the Dupatta in a way which doesn’t cover your waist line so that you can have the best of that X shaped body. Apple Shaped Lehenga

If you are an Apple, sorry just kidding! What we mean is that if you have an Apple shaped body type or a V shaped body then layering is your best friend! Choose a flowy fabric making sure that it doesn’t give your bottom a flat look. Since an apple shaped body is already heavier at the top, avoid off shoulder or deep necklines or sleeveless blouses for that matter. The wider and open your neckline, the better it is for you. Also with your Dupatta make sure that you don’t cover yourself up around the waist or the neckline. Probably just carry it around your elbows.

Rectangle Shaped Lehenga

If you are a Rectangle or H-Shaped body, then let your Lehenga make those curves for you. Choose a wide skirt in a stiff fabric to create a volume at the bottom and pick a blouse that could create an illusion of curves for you. For that you got to pick up a plunging or a low neckline. Let that Dupatta do the magic for you, so choose a fabric which is soft and flowy and drape it in a way that doesn’t make you look like having broad shoulders.

Round Shaped Lehenga

For a Round or an O shaped body go for a high-waisted Lehenga or for the one that has frill at the bottom giving an appearance of a Sharara. Choose any fluid fabric with a longer top, probably up till the hipline. Do not experiment with showing off your tummy because that might make you look even broader. Even if your want to do something like that then may be just give a little sneak peek of that waist with a high waist Lehenga. Also with the Dupatta, you can try covering any part of your body and use it as a slimming effect.

Pear Shaped Lehenga

For an A shaped or the Pear shaped body, consider flowy fabrics that would give you a detailing at the bottom. Do not in any misconception take a fish tailed Lehenga because that might be a disaster for you and end up making you look even broader at the hip line. For the blouse, you can take a nice off shoulder neckline, a cape or a deep neckline without sleeves. Make sure that the way you drape your Dupatta doesn’t add on to the bottom flare as it might make you look heavier. We hope that now you can make the best of these tips and intelligently pick up the most suitable style as per your body type.


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