Delicate, dainty, and dreamy; time and again, this shade has remained to be one of the most sought after choices of Indian brides. After the everlasting, red bridal Lehengas, Indian brides tend to opt for pink for obvious reasons. The colour makes an ideal choice owing to its styling versatility and sheer elegance. An apt choice for the blushing bride, bookmark these celebrity-opted, top picks in Falguni Shane Peacock Indian Lehengas in the pretty hue for this wedding season.
One more start-studded fairytale came to life when Mouni Roy tied the knot with her beau, Suraj Nambiar. The telly actor dazzled at her Sangeet in a light pink-based, golden Falguni Shane Peacock Lehenga. The crystal-adorned Indian Lehenga is a suave pick for a glittery Sangeet evening. Paired with a full-sleeved blouse, the ensemble is complemented by a tulle Dupatta replete with Butti motifs. The actor styled the ethnic look with statement accessories including an ethnic bib neckpiece and an elaborate Maatha Patti.
Falguni Shane Peacock bride Karishma Tanna made a pretty sight to behold in a bespoke Indian Lehenga. The telly actor donned an embroidered, bridal Lehenga by the luxury couture designers in the soft pink hue for her wedding ceremony. The Lehenga makes a romantic choice for an outdoor spring wedding entailing decor with fresh blooms and scenic blue skies. The actor opted for classic pieces in accessories such as a statement Matha-Patti, choker neckpiece, Nath, and Chandbalis.
Entrepreneur, philanthropist, and investor, Anjula Acharia sported a pink-based, silver chrome applique Indian Lehenga for a Diwali bash. Sans a Dupatta, the Lehenga is styled with a bralette-style blouse, a choker neckpiece, and a Matha Patti.
Take notes from this stunning, ethnic look pulled off by Diana Penty in the film ‘Shiddat’. The actor was seen in a faded pink Falguni Shane Peacock Lehenga. The crystal-studded, handcrafted Indian Lehenga is finished with exquisite ethnic motifs and is teamed with a cropped-corset blouse with puffed sleeves and tulle Dupattas. Rounding out the bewitching traditional look, the outfit is styled with statement accessories.
Turning into one of the most alluring muses for Falguni Shane Peacock, Shraddha Kapoor posed for the cover of The Peacock Magazine in a gorgeous, pink-based Indian Lehenga. The ensemble is crafted with golden thread work and red pearl adornments. The latest Lehenga design is paired with a blouse featuring grid-work motifs and tassels detailing.
Disha Patani stepped out of a dream in a bespoke, pink Indian Lehenga by the designers. Replete with floral embroidery detailing, the crystal-encrusted Lehenga is paired with a bralette style blouse and a tulle Dupatta.
For the cover shoot of The Peacock Magazine, Katrina Kaif dropped jaws in a pink, trail Indian Lehenga by Falguni Shane Peacock. The asymmetrical Lehenga is accentuated with silver silk thread work and feather detailing, and paired with a cropped blouse and a feathered shrug.