If you are looking for winter lehenga styling tips then we have got the best ones right here for you. Winter brides are the luckiest as they get to experiment with a wide colour palette and can easily choose from a wide variety of rich fabrics like velvet and silk. We know that you are scared of those cold winds but trust us, dear brides, these practical winter lehenga ideas will not only make you look fabulous on your D-day but also save you from the chills.

Just sit back and let us find you that perfect winter lehenga for your cosy winter wedding.

1. Opt For Winter Fabrics!

Fabrics like velvet and raw silk make the best buy for winter weddings. Not only do these fabrics look rich and regal but will protect you from the cold weather as well. You can’t wear them during the summers. So, make sure you take full advantage of the weather by buying winter lehenga made up of velvet and silk! 

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2. Choose Winter-Friendly Colour Palette!

Winters give you the perfect setting to indulge in the darker shades like burgundy, emerald green, royal blue, purple and rust. While it is advisable to opt for light colours for a summer wedding, you are given a whole range of these sensual colours for the winter nuptials. Pick one of these bold colours for your D-day.

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3. Full Sleeve Blouse To Complement Your Winter Wedding!

If you are someone who cannot bear cold winds then make sure that the length of the sleeves of your blouse is long enough. Not only these sleeves will add glamour to your look but will protect you from the cold as well.

Shaadiwish Tip: Don’t go for net/sheer sleeves. Add heavy embroidery on the sleeves to protect yourself from the chilly wind.

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4. Peplum Blouses To Keep Yourself Warm And Stylish!

Peplum-style blouses are not only trendy and stylish but also protects one from the cold weather. Such blouse styles cover the navel area and look like modernized short kurta. So ditch those usual short cholis and save yourself from the chills together with setting a unique style statement.

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5. Accessorize Your Winter Lehenga With A Jacket!

A jacket is the best accessory that you can wear at your winter wedding. Not only will it add a style quotient to your look but keep you cozy as well. You can go for a long and heavy jacket-style blouse as well.

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6. Win The Cold Battle By Draping Right With Double Dupatta!

Brides look beautiful when they carry double dupatta with their lehenga. When it comes to style your winter lehenga, you can replace one dupatta with an embroidered shawl. This will take your look to a whole new level and keep you warm throughout the wedding.

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7. Choose Heavy Embroidery On Winter Lehengas!

Heavy embroidery is something that most of the brides want on their wedding lehenga but unfortunately, they have to let go of this desire during the summer season as heavy embroidery is unbearable in the hot weather. Fortunately, you can easily adorn heavy embroidery during the winter season!

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8. Indo-Western Blouses Over Traditional Ones

Ditch those usual short cholis and blouses and instead set a new trend by opting for Indo-western tops. These Indo-western full-sleeve tops will not only save you from the chilly weather but will transform your winter lehenga into a self-custom Indo-western outfit!

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These winter wedding lehenga ideas are going to save from the cold on your wedding day. Enjoy your important day and look stylish while doing so. Nothing can stop you from being an amazing bride, not even the winter chills.

Shivangi Goel
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