From Sabyasachi Mukherjee to Manish Malhotra, Banarasi silk is a go-to lehenga fabric for all of top Indian designers.this timeless fabric is constantly popular among brides who aim to revive the beautiful, ancient weaving technique, which has brought the banarasi fabric to mainstream fashion. Here we have compiled a few reasons to why you should pick banarasi lehenga as your bridal dress, which we are sure you will say yes to
For it’s wedding sheen
Known for its sheen, the Banarasi lehenga is the perfect choice for a rich colour and feel of the fabric, along with elaborate yet intricate patterns, it can be styled to appear more festive and traditional. As the fabric itself comes with a lot of zari design, it doesn’t need extra embroidery or embellishments.
It can be reused
Banarasi is a versatile fabric and we all have established that. The most important use for any grand dress is if we will be able to reuse the attire again.no matter how grand a banarasi lehenga looks it is perfect for any traditional occasion. Keep it simple and pair your lehenga with a satin or crisp cotton shirt and turn it into fancy indo fusion wear or you can reuse it with any traditional skirt or a modern blouse which looks more edgy at the same time, you can pair it with a statement necklace and your all set to be a bridesmaid.
Perfect for all weathers
Unlike silks, net, and velvet, a Banarasi lehenga is suitable for all seasons. Due to its adaptability, one can comfortably wear it even during the spring and summer season. The look of it is opulent like what silk or raw silk can offer to you with the shiny texture fo the fabric, and yet the breezy feeling of the light fabric makes it ultra soft and while you flaunt your Banarsi lehenga, you don’t have to worry about any discomfort.
Here are some tinsel town inspirations
From Alia to Jhanvi, many Bollywood actresses have donned Banarasi silk lehenga and looked Majestic in their outfits.Bollywood celebrities have also styled themselves in the rich fabric for several occasions. Let’s take a look at the B-town celebrities who opted for a Banarasi lehenga.
Aditi Rao Hydari