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Which is Better? Lehenga or Saree

Are you confused on what to wear for your wedding reception? Are you getting a hard time on deciding lehenga or saree? This is a normal confusion for every new bride. So, I thought of help you out today by placing a few of the justification for both of them.

Lehenga or Saree

What is most important is to have a check on your budget and plan accordingly. Well, if your budget is less than 15K – 20K I would recommend you to go in for a saree, because lehengas below 15K are mostly tacky or over blingy and you will not come out classy. You will instead be able to find a lovely saree within your budget.

It is seen in most ladies that they only reuse their lehenga once or twice. And if you are from Maharashtra girls are generally seen dressed in Anarkalis or simple lehengas or sarees. But if you think smartly you will come up with a lot of ways to make use of your Lehenga as much as you could have used your bridal saree. Foe example, you may use the heavy corset of your lehenga on a simple plain skirt or use your heavily embroidered blouse on a plain saree. You may also wear your wedding lehenga with one of your Plain gold/copper/silver blouses to your best friend’s wedding. The heavy dupatta can be teamed up with a contrast plain silk salwar kameez too. Go easy with your makeup/hair/accessories whenever you wear heavy bridal wears. Stick to simple accessories.

bridal Saree

Trust me, if you buy a heavy bridal saree, you will not wear it often.

A few other options will be:

A Lehenga saree – The combination will keep both you and your family satisfied.

Lehenga saree

Anarkali Lehenga – It can be readily reused a number of times.

Anarkali Lehenga

Take a deep breathe and think for a while, what you really wish to wear instead of asking around and confusing yourself. Marriage is once in a lifetime opportunity and therefore, it just has to be perfect. No if’s! No But’s! All the best with your choice.

Editor Kritika is EMI's big cheese, She is a blogger, social media lover and beauty addict. She love to share her wedding planning experience and about Indian wedding trends.

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