We all are already aware that Banarasi is the hottest trend of 2019. And with everything that has to do with richness and heritage, it deserves all the hype! Every bride that we spot is wearing a Banarasi lehenga for her wedding or for the pre-wedding rituals. In other words, brides are ditching raw silk lehengas for a breezy and rich looking Banarasi lehenga! Apart from looking regal and heavy, they are the hatke choice that the brides are making. In addition, Banarasi lehengas look equally great for a day wedding as well as a night wedding.
Here are some more reasons why you should totally pick a Banarasi lehenga for your wedding day –
Easy to Style
We all know Banarasi looks rich and seems heavy, but it is an easy fabric to wear and mix and match with other fabrics. Be it velvet, Chanderi, raw silk, chiffon or even georgette! Pair your Banarasi lehenga with a zardosi embellished georgette dupatta and it would still look rich and traditional!
Looks Rich + Easy to Carry
As the fabric itself comes with a lot of zari design, it doesn’t need extra embroidery or embellishments. Therefore, making it light in weight and easy to carry during the wedding. However, being light doesn’t bring down its richness. The sheen and designs all over the silk base are what makes the lehenga look every bit royal and rich! And when you pair them with your elaborate wedding jewellery – you would look no less than royalty!
Suits All Body Types
The flowing nature of the silk fabric gives your body a softer silhouette. Therefore, it creates a soft camouflaging illusion to hide your concern areas. And if you have a slimmer built, opt for a Banarasi lehenga with extra kalis for a flared lehenga and a fuller look. Trust us, Banarasi lehengas are everyone’s BFFs!
Being light-weight and looking regal isn’t even the best part of the Banarasi lehenga. The biggest plus point is that it is for all the brides with contrast choices. It is a perfect blend of tradition with a twist of the trend. You can easily pair the Banarasi lehenga with a crop top or an off-shoulder blouse for a bold bridal look. However, for all the traditional brides – you can go with the traditional patterns and styling. Both the ways, Banarasi is that fabric that fits for every bridal mood.
Reuse Post Wedding
Banarasi is a versatile fabric and we all have established that. Above all, you can put it to use even after your D-day! For instance, you can pair your lehenga with a satin or crisp cotton shirt and turn it into fancy fusion wear. Similarly, you can reuse it as a traditional skirt with a modern edgy top and a statement neckpiece. You can totally wear this for your friend’s wedding or any other function.
So all the pretty brides, twirl away in slow motion wearing these gorgeous lehengas!