9 Earthy-Hued Bridal Lehengas To Check Out This Wedding Season

By Divya Arora .

Bridal lehenga colors have been quite apparently metamorphosing ever since—from traditional bridal reds & pinks to eclectic greens & blues, metallics & greys and of course, pastels. Every wedding season harbingers in some never-seen-before shades and well, so did this year.

Transcending from sunshining yellows and effervescent corals & oranges into deeper tones, this season saw a loom in new earthy-tones that became a hit at once! Right from surreal shades of browns, earthy reds, and cinnamon to romantic blends of gold, pinks, peaches, and copper, this palette’s versatility is unimaginable. And for how our Indian couturiers have been fashioning surreal earthy-hued pieces, the bridal fashion scene sure has gone head over heels for this trend.

And because brides have been happily choosing their wedding lehengas in earthy tones, we thought to why not ideate all you brides-to-be who’d love to join their bandwagon!

Earthy-hued bridal lehengas have been a great hit this season and if you too wish to be a part of this whimsical trend then keep scrolling down below! We picked out some bridal lehengas in earthy-tones that we loved to bits and we bet you would too!

A sorbet-hued dream

Fashioned in hues of dusty blue and light pink heavily laden with gota work and gold, this sorbet-hued lehenga is a great piece. Because it’s crafted on a pastel palette and further amped up with earthy-toned work, this lehenga’s understated look is apt for brides who want to revel in the best of both worlds.

Gold all the way!

Amidst all those multi-hued embellishments and craft, what makes this earthy-hued bridal lehenga stands out is the ‘all out there’ gold work. That’s exactly what makes this piece a hit on this list and well, stand out!

Outfit: Sabysachi

Earthy weds bridal hues

A deep maroon lehenga boasting of antique and earthy-hued thread and sequin embroideries, this outfit is what you need if a ‘traditional bridal look with a twist’ is on your mind. Further paired up with a marmalade toned dupatta, the entire lehenga oozes with a whiff of regality and earthiness.

Brown & gold are forever

Dare to go stunningly bold and glamorous in this burgandy-brown & golden bridal lehenga that’s heavily replete with intricate embroideries, mirror work, and gota work. This outfit is perfect for every bride who’d love to outshine the rest and pull off an offbeat look that grabs all eyeballs.

Go earthly bridal

An earthy red bridal lehenga with rust undertones, this artistically embroidered lehenga with gota work is sheer opulence that any bride would love breathing in on her big day. It’s every bit aesthetically bridal and yet contemporary enough to satiate any millennial bride’s heart!

Outfit: Pitambara

Extravagant & how!

This sunset inspired rose dawn bridal lehenga drenched in thread & sequin embroideries and crystals has us going head over heels honestly. It’s brownish tone blending with pink and topped with gold is literally all the royal aura you’d need on your big day.

Opulence of camel shade

Perfect for your intimate pheras and in fact for any any bride who’s all about minimalism, this camel-hued lehenga is a dream. With intricate metallic threadwork on the blouse, dainty prints on the skirt, and cowrie shell detailing, this earthy-hued bridal lehenga is so apt.

Outfit: Arpita Mehta

Exuberant & royal

Curated in pastel earthy hues topped with a bold bridal dupatta, this wedding lehenga exuding royal vibes is for keeps. It’s oh-so-unique and definitely one worth pinning to your moodboards.

Marmalade color for the win!

For the brides looking for a royal and traditional look but in the hues of bridal reds, this marmalade hued lehenga is the best choice. Boasting of heavy yet fine gold embroideries and patterns, this unconventional yet classic pick is simply spectacular!

About The Author

Divya Arora

A classic blend of old school and modern glam, I'm always happily making the best of both worlds. Zentangling, reading, and journaling keeps my ingenuity high while hogging food and dozing off often comes naturally to me! Also, chai❤️️ Find me on Insta at @divya.arora14