“Yellow Yellow no more a dirty fellow but Yellow Yellow a Pretty Fellow. “
You must be wondering what am I writing and talking about in my current blog post. Well This is surely a Wedding Look but with a Yellow Gold Lehenga. Yeah you read it right it’s a Yellow Gold Lehenga with no other color. Its faux pas that you need to add colors and play with them around in your outfit. What is the current trend is to stay strong with just one color all over and make a pose in it.
This yellow gold lehenga was worn by me on the Sangeet Ceremony of my cousin. Its yellow and its blingy with white gold. Just perfect for the wedding season. I wore it for a winter wedding but you can wear it for the summer wedding. This color is way soothing to the eye and apt for summers. Its pastel shade is not a bright yellow but a very subtle yellow.
The lehenga was yet again self designed by me and my mother. Yes we both really scratch our brains and end up designing most of our outfits on our own. All the elements that were used into making this lehenga came in from different places rather I should even say a different country. The fabric of the lehenga was flown in from Indonesia and was then worked upon. The dupatta was also brought from Indonesia and then worked upon. But the blouse piece was designed in Delhi itself.
The lehenga has shades of Yellow but the work has shades of Gold, Pearly white and Silver as well. You must be amused to know that Silver and Gold have been worked upon together and still we managed to get a beautiful creation out of it. Pearls and Gold are a rage this wedding season. Its the Pearl and Sequins work which is raining in weddings this summer.
As you can now get a glimpse of the back of Blouse you can also have your eyes on the colorful hangings attached to the dori of blouse. They are not just colorful wool balls but also have little wooden bird shapes attached to them. It was attached only to add little quirkiness to the outfit.
The Lehenga was not of much flare but just fit right for the evening. The flare was of around 4 meters. Also it is a Kalidar Lehenga which made the lehenga choli a more prettier affair.What was stunning about this lehenga was the work it had on it. The pretty ribbon work along with sequins and pearl and also zari work made it look spellbound. It was indeed looking like a rich lehenga with a minimal approach.
The drape of the lehenga is done in traditional lehenga choli style with a Straight Palla. This enhances the outfit. Every outfit has a particular drape for it and for this the traditional lehenga choli drape is best suited. This drape not only makes it look elegant but also showcases the pearl work on the dupatta.
To add some more shine to the outfit I wore a Kundan Jewellery Set comprising of Necklace, Earrings, Kamarbandh, Anklet, Bracelet, Hand Harness, And a Gold Maangtikka. The Kamarbandh can be seen in the image above. This was also added to hold the dupatta at the right place and secure it, yet making it look all the more pretty.
The make up was kept minimal and gold based. The eye makeup was done in bronze and Gold tones and a sleek eye liner was applied. Also volume was added to the eye lashes using a thick mascara. The hair were let loose in soft curls and the Maangtikka was put to accentuate the face with a nice hair accessory.
This was all about this Wedding look. Stay tuned for more looks.
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