The world isn’t perfect. Everything that you love won’t necessarily fit you. Especially when it comes to picking out a stylish lehenga and choli combination for your wedding or a special occasion.
But that doesn’t mean you will have to compromise on your big day! And no we aren’t recommending rigorous dieting for a few months before your wedding only to be able to squeeze into it, either. It’s not your job to try to fit into a dress. It’s the other way around. At taruni, we make latest lehenga designs that fit and flatter you.
So here are 5 tips and tricks so you look flawless in the latest lehenga trends.
1.Prints can pamper
Plain block colours are your nemesis. Unless you want all that unwanted attention towards your love handles or won’t allow your body to appear heavy. Fancy heritage prints, block prints, kalamkari designs, etc. do a pretty commendable job of diverting eyes towards the beauty of your overall ensemble.
2.High waist wonder
Bollywood has instilled in our minds that flat bellies and lehengas go hand-in-hand. However, since the reality is far away from it and lehengas with high waist come to your rescue, here’s a recommendation. The A-line of these lehengas taper your abdomen and give you that perfect hourglass figure.
3.On the dark side
Honestly it could get a little difficult to let go of the traditional greens, yellows and pinks to opt for darker shades. But glamour comes at a price, doesn’t it? Darker shades like maroon, navy blue, emerald green and deep magenta – all look alluring without over emphasising your body. Another plus point? You’ll look great in all your pictures!
4.Jacket is jackpot
You’re aware about that age-old layering technique to make your body seem feather light, right? Thanks to these game-changing ethnic capes and embellished long jackets, you can now apply the same technique to look slimmer in a captivating lehenga and choli at your wedding as well.
5.Long live lengthy sleeves!
This might come as a shocker, but you need to pay attention to the kind of sleeves you opt for on your choli/blouse. Short or capped sleeves can make your arms (subsequently your body) appear short and chubby. But styles like long sleeves, cold shoulders, boat necks or even three-quarter sleeves, all reward you with long and slender-looking arms.
Now that you are armed with loads of amazing information, why don’t you log on to www.taruni.in and explore all these options for yourself! Keep shining beautiful…