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Indian Brides has kept the glamor game sky high with their jaw dropping looking and stunning ethnic wear, so be it a pure desi wedding or an Indian fusion wedding, Indian brides in US has rocked the floor. Be it the golden brocades of Banaras or the lustrous silks of South India, the intricate chikankari of Lucknow or the vibrant bandhanis of Gujarat – we get it all for them from the most authentic sources, right at their doorsteps! Don’t believe us? Check out the outfits of these 30 brides who give good competition to the brides in India!
30 gorgeous Indian Brides in United States in ethnic attire
1. Of Silks and Nets
A gorgeous traditional red lehenga! The gorgeousness of the outfit is enhanced because of the rich katan silk fabric of the skirt. The richness of the fabric is further enhanced with the sparse placement of large and medium sized gold sequin and zari motifs on it combined with the pairing with the gossamer-like net dupatta.
2. The Bride in White
Though unconventional, the combination of white and gold, looks mesmerizing on the bride, if it is a morning wedding. Maybe inspired by the brides of Kerala, this bride has chosen a gorgeous lehenga in white base with gold thread embroidery all over. White sherwani groom’s outfit is superbly co-ordinated with the lehenga!
3. Graceful in Sage Green
The outfit of this Indian bride in the US is conventional to say the least! She wears a lehenga saree in the double dupatta style in the most unconventional tone – a pastel sage green! Her outfit is made out of the finest chiffon and the floral embroidery in self color and lighter pastel tones looks nothing short of heavenly.
4. More Pinks with Red
This bride is surely enjoying herself! She wears a silk lehenga in red color which has an undertone of pink. The undertone is enhanced further by pink thread embroidery on the outfit and the pink tulle dupatta draped around her head. The lehenga also flaunts zari and sequin work.
5. Roses Stand For Grace
The pink and coral roses on her beige net and chiffon lehenga gives her a vibrant look, perfect for the morning wedding! This Indian bride in the US sure knows how to play it subtle yet look gorgeous! Check out more of floral lehengas.
6. Match of Red and Pink
In case of bridal ensembles, the combination of red lehenga and pink sherwani is irreplaceable! Both colors exude feminine grace and carry the richness of a bridal look. This bride wears these colors in the double dupatta style lehenga on which all over gold thread embroidery adds that essential dash of grandeur.
7. Not-so-traditional Wedding Saree
This Indian bride in the US wears a baby pink pure satin cocktail saree, accompanied by a traditional veil. The saree has a signature net frilly border and is embellished with sequins and zari thread work.
8. Muted Tones for Her Lehenga
This Indian bride in the US is celebrating her wedding on a beach-side destination! The tones of her wedding ensemble are unconventional and echo the moods and colors of the sands. The zari is in a muted tone and the dupatta in a pale shade of yellow. The maroon of the lehenga is enhanced with traditional floral embroidery, mainly in beige, yellow and pale gold threads.
9. Sheer Love for Traditional Reds
Sometimes, all you need is a traditional warm-toned red lehenga to look the perfect bride, whatever may be the location of your wedding! On a base of one of the brightest vermillion reds, gold zari and beige thread work has been used. The motifs are mostly of flowers, distributed all over the outfit in in small and medium sized bootas.
10. Dazzling Forests on Her Red Lehenga
The look of the tropical forests of India have been engraved through gold zari and thread embroidery on the red lehenga of this Indian bride in the US. We can see flowers, trees, birds and animals on her lehenga skirt. A line of majestic Indian elephant motifs add grandness to the outfit. It also flaunts the double dupatta style.
11. The Bride in Pink
This Indian bride in the US is sporting a traditional pink and gold double-dupatta style lehenga. Alongside the zari embroidery one can spot light pistachio green floral motifs. The same color is also reflected in the dupatta draped cross body, creating a beautiful contrast with the pink.
12. The Richness of Red
A unique choice for a wedding outfit – this bride sports a rich dark red toned lehenga on which shine sequins in the same tone. The net veil, the gown-like cut of the skirt give it a very westernized look.
13. Ivory and Muted Gold
The aesthetic outfit of this Indian bride in the US has set new goals for all those brides who want to flaunt neutral tones on their wedding day! The bride wears an ivory toned lehenga with muted gold zari and sequin embroidery. The combination is so beautiful and subtle, the bright morning and the golden sunshine is reflected on her ensemble! Checkout bridesmaid outfits.
14. Pastel Tones and the White Sands
Against the white sands and the blue waters, the pale pastel pink lehenga of this bride looks exotic! The choli is boat neck with no sleeves and the embellishments come in the form of silver sequins, stones, zari and embroidery. Shades of pistachio green can also be seen in the form of thread embroidered floral motifs.
15. Contrasting Red and Beige
This Indian bride in the US flaunts a unique combination – the rich raw silk beige, with a golden undertone, is contrasted with the red dupatta! The skirt has traditional gold zari and red thread embroidery. Checkout more of Groomsmen outfits.
16. Perfect Floral Maroon
This bride looks exquisitely traditional and grand in her maroon velvet lehenga dense with floral zardozi embroidery. The colors used for the embellishment are pastel pink and silver. Out of the two dupattas, one is in maroon and the other is light pink, creating a lovely contrast.
17. Sunset Toned Kanjivarams
Can anything beat the richness of pure Kanjivaram silk sarees? For Indian brides in the US who originally belong to the south Indian states, a Kanjivaram pattu saree is the perfect wedding-wear! This one is in duo-tone – a bright orange with pink undertones – sunset color to be precise. The thick gold border, temple motifs on it and gold motifs all over, look mesmerizing!
18. Warm Red Light Floral
The gold thread and zari work on this floral lehenga is concentrated on the bottom part of the skirt! The floral motifs on the other parts of the outfit are not that heavy. The warm red tone of the fabric, at the same time, makes the lehenga very traditional. So if you are looking for a traditional red lehenga which will not be very heavy on the embellishment scale, go for this kind of design!
19. White and Pink Splendour
This Indian bride in US takes the definition of unconventional Indian wedding wear to all new level of grace! Though whites and neutral tones are not considered traditionally ideal colors for Indian wedding wear, she flaunts a beautiful ivory toned lehenga with gold and multi-color thread work. The use of colors like pink, red, green, turquoise etc gives the lehenga a strong resemblance to pietra dura work which uses precious stones in similar tones on white marble. Checkout more of white lehengas.
20. Bride in Sky Blue
The pleated flare of this lehenga is mind-blowing! The self-tone embroidery studded with crystals and pearls, the ombre effect of greyish-silver and sky blue, the full-sleeved look – all of it makes this bridal outfit exceptionally striking. Checkout more of blue tone lehengas.
21. Simply White and Gold
White bridal lehengas are extremely popular with Indian brides in the US! This bride wears the classic and timeless combination of white and gold! The gold thread and zari work, studded with sequins here and there, create floral patterns on the fabric.
22. The Bridal Procession
From the point of view of design language, this tomato red bridal lehenga is truly unique! Hues of gold and beige have been used to create designs on the lehenga skirt! The designs depict a whole world – from pretty floral motifs to a whole bridal procession! The pleated frill details on the skirt hemline gives a completely new look.
23. Pink Toned Neutrals
The craze of neutral toned bridal lehengas is high with Indian brides in the US! This bride wears a gold embellished lehenga in a neutral yet pinkish tone. It can be described as the lightest shade of pink or white with a pink undertone. The embellished dupatta is in white!
24. Wine and Pink
With brides of the present day, wine is the new maroon! This wine-toned lehenga with silver and pink thread work coupled with crystals and sequins is gorgeous. The midriff is not exposed in this case, which makes it a great option for brides who are not comfortable with the traditional lehenga style.
25. Light Peach Sharara
This Indian bride in the US wears a very light peach toned sharara with explicit silver zari, sequin and stone work. The embellishments glitter on the light surface and the borders have a touch of dark blue.
26. Contrasts with Red
The lehenga of this bride flaunts a dark red color with traditional guldasta motif embroidery in shades of gold, ivory, pink and a green toned neutral. The same shade is used for the cross body dupatta.
27. Red and Pink Floral Lehenga
This red and pink bridal lehenga flaunts floral embroidery using shades of gold and pink! The skirt flaunts horizontal bands of jaali zari embroidery that makes up a beautiful change from the elaborate floral work.
28. Baby Pink Wedding Lehenga
Lehengas like this prove that not-so-conventional shades can also be used to create gorgeous wedding wear! Replete with exquisite stone, crystal and gold thread work, this Indian bride’s outfit is subtle yet gorgeous!
29. The Videshi Bride in Red Lehenga
Maybe not originally from India, but this bride looks as thoroughly grand as an Indian bride in the US! She flaunts a traditional red lehenga in a rich raw silk. It flaunts the double dupatta style. The choli has all over boota motifs in gold and the skirt flaunts elaborate temple motifs. The lehenga is light yet grand.
30. Dark Maroon Wedding Lehenga
This Indian bride has used a traditional combination – of dark maroon and gold! The gold zardozi work on the skirt is rich and in a slightly matte tone that enhances the richness of the maroon fabric! Such a dark and rich maroon shade always highlights Indian skin tones beautifully!
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