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Bridal Lehengas

  • Add A Touch Of Lucknow Elegance To Your Summer.

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    Lucknow is known to as the royal city and with contrast bright colours, rich texture and eye-catching works. It makes you centre of attraction among the people.

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    Elegance meets perfection in this sophisticated, chic georgette saree that unites traditional aethetics along with posh, modern looks. The Lucknowi chikan work along with lovely colour combination is just what you need. Simaaya's white magic collection is just the perfect thing you need this wedding season.

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    The White Magic Collection comes with sheer brilliance. The magic of Lucknowi chikan work along with the glittery sequins, rich designs and sheer attractiveness of the saree ensures that all eyes always remain on you.

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    White is the colour of purity and peace. White is the colour of freshness.The traditional lucknowi chikan work is melded with urban sophisticated colours and designs. At Simaaya, traditional and modern finds a perfect blend in this gorgeous saree.

  • 8 Creative Ways To Reuse Your Wedding Lehengas

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    An Indian wedding isn’t complete without an extravagant lehenga. We spend hours of our time and thousands of rupees on our dream bridal lehenga. Sadly, most of these gorgeous lehengas are kept away in a suitcase once the big day is over. But we’re here to change these old habits! Here are 8 awesome new ways to reuse your bridal lehenga after the big day!

     1. Reduce the volumeREDUCEBridal lehengas have a lot of volume. Remember you forced the designer to add extra layers of frill and two more kalis to add volume. Take your lehenga to a expert tailor and ask him/her to cut out the kalis or remove the extra net from under the lehenga. The moment the volume of the attire is reduced, it starts looking a lot more wearable.

    2. Transform It Into An Anarkali SuitANRKLIAnarkali suit will always look less bridal than lehengas even if they are equally embellished. A good and expert tailor can help you convert your wedding attire into an anarkali. Depending on the style of the bridal outfit, you can either stitch up the choli and lehenga together, add a belt at the waist and have your suit ready. You can even mingled up with a new simpler top to the lehenga! Go through your mom's wardrobe to find a simple dupatta to compliment your suit.

    3. Spice up your stylejacket We’re loving the latest trends of jacket or long kurtis with skirts. Get a semi-sheer long kurti or jacket to match the wedding skirt. Keep it simple with thin borders on the sleeves and slight work on the neck line of the top. This is one style that suits every body type.

    4. Pairing is crucialcollage

     Our wedding lehenga, blouse and dupatta are all heavily embellished or intricately embroidered. Reduce the bridal feel by pairing the lehenga with a simple and solid colored blouse and dupatta. It’ll tone down the look of your attire and you’ll be able to wear it a lot more. Try to have the blouse and dupatta in a non-bridal colour and avoid reds or orange. Pastel shades or deep colors like royal blue and mint green will give your outfit a more modern twist.

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    One wedding outfit can be mixed and matched to give you three different style outfits. Fused up the heavy embellished dupatta with a plain salwar suit. The choli can be matched with a nice sheer saree. You can also wear the choli  and dupatta with a plain raw silk skirt in a contrasting shade. This is extremely on trend and as well as our personal favourite too.

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    Bridal dupattas are generally very heavy and it’s rather unfair to wear them only once. If you have a long trailing dupatta you can drape it over a simple skirt and style is as a saree. If your dupatta isn’t as long, you can still use it as a pallu over a plain skirt and style it like a lehenga style saree.

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    If you are quite sure that you just won’t be using your lehenga again, well then, this is not too bad. Cut up the lace borders and motifs of the lehenga and use them on a plain saree. You’ll wearing this saree a lot more than the lehenga for sure. Even the dupatta can be stitched into a kurti.

    8. Leave it as it isll
    Let go off the heavy bun and the tonnes of jewellery, keep your hair in natural curls, put on just a pair of earrings and keep your makeup light. Change the draping style of the dupatta and we’re sure your can rock the wedding party without looking like a bride all over again.

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    With these tips from Simaaya we are sure you will be wearing your wedding lehenga more often and not feel bad about it just lying in that treasured chest.

  • Easy Hacks For Brides Or Guests To Stay Warm And Stylish In Winter Wedding

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    We know, you just don't feel the cold at a wedding, whether you're the bride or a guest, if you’re getting married or have a wedding to attend in the winter then take some time to plan your attires and make smart choices.  But still, there are some of us who just cannot handle the cold, and things might get a wee bit difficult if you're the bride in that situation! So here are some simple bridal lehenga hacks that not only save you from the cold, but do that without compromising on your bridal look.

    Wear leg warmers/leggings beneath your lehengaLEGGINGS

     

    Wear a pair of warm fleece tights in a nude or black colour under your open flared lehenga or saree to keep yourself warm and cozy. Just make sure that they crop before the ankles start so they won't be visible but will totally keep your legs toasty. Besides, if your feet and legs are warm, the rest of you feels warm as well.

    Choose warmer fabrics like velvetVELVETThis is one of the most important things that you should keep in mind while you go for bridal shopping. If you are having a winter wedding you should always choose heavier fabrics that can definitely help while trying to stay. If you are having a night function, it is advised to opt for outfits in thick silks and velvets are much more cold proof as compared to the sheer net lehengas,. Don't fret, sarees and lehengas in these fabrics look outstanding.

    Peplum Blouses to add layersPEPLUMAdd layers to your bridal lehenga as you opt for peplum style blouse. Unlike other stylish blouses, a peplum blouse is generally long enough to protect the winter bride from chilly winds.

    Get a heavier dupatta in a thicker fabric made Or carry a shawl insteadSHWALGet a finely embroidered pashmina shawl or stole with your wedding outfit, the same exact color of your dupatta, now just attach the shawl on the inside of your dupatta, it will radiate warmth when you need it the most.

    Get 3/4th or full sleeves made for the blousefull sleeveWe  know that sleeveless, cold shouldered and off-shoulder blouses look super chic. But for winter wedding opt for full sleeved blouses. They look damn stylish and elegant. You can get your full sleeves embroidered or have beautiful broad lace borders stitched on them.

    Adorn a stylish cape or jacket made that matches your wedding outfitjacketDon a stunning cape or leather jacket over your wedding outfit to make it look trendy and classy. Your long jacket or caped blouse will protect you from the cold and also elevate your bridal look.

    Sneaky pocketspocketsLast year, Anita Dongre came up with a brilliant idea of adding pockets in lehengas. The sneaky pockets are not at all visible but make things easier for the bride. If you don’t want to wear long sleeves or cover that beautiful henna design in any way, then you can buy a lehenga with pockets. With this quirky lehenga design, you can anytime tuck your hands in and keep yourself warm.

    Wear closed juttis or sandalsandalsThe best kind of footwear that you can opt for are the ever-stylish juttis instead of high heels and open-toe footwear. They look great with any bridal outfit and are as well as extremely comfortable to wear. There are plenty of styles and colours that are available in the shops and you can always get yourself customised juttis.

    green_lehengasYour d-day is the most important and irreplaceable day of your life. Don't let winters ruin it for you. Dear, winter brides you don’t have to worry about feeling cold on your special day because Simaaya have got you covered. These simple cheat tricks will allow you to wear the lehenga of your dream without getting the goose bumps.

  • Different Shades of Bridal lehengas for the Offbeat Brides

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    When it comes to bridal look,  the lehenga is considered to be the saving grace by accepting the big challenge of bringing out the most beautiful bridal look. Wearing a red lehenga, has been a tradition that brides have followed for decades. But we cheer a little more, brides love to experiment with their bridal lehengas, now a days. Most of the brides want to have their look offbeat often during her d-day. In general, whether the bride wants to be offbeat or not, but they want to have perfect fit lehenga. Yes, Keeping their needs in mind, we have curated some offbeat bridal lehengas for you.

    Mint Color Lehengas

    Mintcoloured Simaaya Lehengas

     When it comes to peaches and green colors, we often used to see across the social networking sites. Thus the light mint green color makes great stuff over lehengas and satisfies the brides. By wearing a lehenga that comes with mint green may create personal contrast and attractive on the wedding stage.

    Ink Blue Lehengas

    Simaaya Blue Lehenga

    It is a common color where every bride wants to wear and experience during the wedding occasion. Also, thus the ink blue color which always offers the best and style in terms of look. If you are the one who is looking for a majestic look, and then ink blue velvet lehenga could be the suitable choice. For wedding seasons, these colored lehengas are always said to be the most wanted stuff.

    Fuchsia Pink Lehengas

    Simaaya Pink Lehenga

    Pink is the shade for the bright  and happy bride who wants to have affection and femininity at her wedding. Best suited for winter day weddings and spring destination weddings to look more adorable.

    Fairytale Gold Lehengas

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    This lehenga is mainly working for its Gold color that suits both the offbeat as well as the traditional bride. In recent days, thus the golden lehenga with the combination of different dupatta makes a great one. Also, it has created a huge buzz among the people that who are ready to get married. It is the dress that suits for both day and night during the wedding season.

    Lavender coloured Lehengas

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    Lavender color is said to be one of the most famous colors for its beautiful shade. When it comes to lehengas, this could be perfect and bring out the best summer wedding. By wearing this beautiful lehenga, you can also experiment with the hairstyle to bring out the regal look.

    Multicolored Lehengas

    Multicoloured Simaaya Lehengas

    Generally, we used to choose the particular colors for bridal dresses. But the unique thing one can experience it from this lehenga is multi colors. It is said to be the tough move but yet offering the best in terms of look. You can also expect this design from designers for the bride during a wedding occasion.

    Yellow coloured Lehengas

    Yellow Simaaya Lehenga

    This is another winter wedding staple and perfect for a day wedding. Bright shades of yellow add warmth to a wedding party and stand out in front of traditional décor colours.

    White coloured lehengas

     Offwhite Simaaya Lehenga

    White is the perfect background colour that helps to bring out the best of all other shades. Red choli with a heavily embroidered off white lehenga and keeping her look absolutely offbeat for the D-day.

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    We hope now you have a clear understanding of what colours are trending this season. Red, yellow, blue, green, it does not matter, wear a lehenga that reflects your personality as it’s your day. Also, spend some time in finalising your bridal jewellery that is complacent to your lehenga. These offbeat bridal attires have inspired us a lot and we are sure that you are singing too.

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" Green is my favourite colour and I bought a pale green faux Georgette sari from Simaaya for this Bengali New Year. Wherever I went, the sari was the talk of the town. "

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" I have bought a beautiful lehenga in wine shade for my friend's wedding. The golden zari work makes it look simply fabulous. Extremely happy with the quality of the material. "

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