Hello, beauties! Your darling sister or brother is soon getting married and chances are that you're still struggling with what to wear and what not to wear for their wedding shenanigans! And even though there are gobs of outfit options available, right from pretty sharara & garara sets to stylish indo-western co-ords, there's none that can enhance your beauty to multi-folds and make you look like a total stunner like a quintessential lehenga-choli would. It's indeed one game changer garment and the most preferred amongst the girls (even the brides) as it looks great on any and every body type.
What's even more special about lehengas is that they can instantly give that perfect traditional and modern contemporary touch to your look. Irrespective of whether you pair them with long kurtas or unique blouse designs, they can look equally impressive. Which is why, being the true connoisseurs of all things weddings, we fished out some simple yet pretty lehenga ideas for the bride or the groom's sisters. Go, get your hands on them and earn some high fashion scores!
A simple and elegant peach lehenga with a mirror embellished dupatta by Abhinav Mishra.
Elegant organza skirt, mirror work blouse and a heavily embellished dupatta by Abhinav Mishra.
A fully embroidered blush pink chikankari lehenga with intricate kamdani details by designer Anjul Bhandari.
An exceptionally spectacular red chikankari lehenga with a mirror embellished blouse and dupatta by Yoshita Couture.
A sunshine-ing yellow two layered ruffle lehenga paired with a thread & mirror work blouse and dupatta by designer Arpita Mehta.
Looking for some quirky outfits to wear to the Mehndi ceremony? Check out this moss green ruffled skirt and off-shoulder blouse by Anushree Reddy!
This cotton chanderi lehenga paired with a bougainvillea print dupatta by Abhinav Mishra can make for a great lehenga idea for the sister of the bride!
A color-blocked & tie-dyed quilted skirt with a signature 3D floral embroidered mirror choli by Akanksha Gajria.
Are you a lover of banarasi outfits? Then this emerald green banarasi lehenga teamed with a simplistic mustard blouse & pink banarasi dupatta by Bageecha Banaras should be your pick!
A soft rose pink floral sequin and glass beaded choli with a lilac tulle frilled hem lehenga with 3D cutwork roses by Papa Don't Preach.
This dazzling black Papa Don't Preach creation with laser cut acrylics and metallic charms is a sure shot win for all the sisters of the brides.
This gorgeous black lehenga by Abhinav Mishra with pretty gold detailing and a fully embellished blouse is winning over us!
Yet another bewitching light pink lehenga with elaborate golden details by Mrunalini Rao.
A vibrant yellow lehenga detailed with golden motifs and a basic U-neck blouse by Mrunalini Rao.
Here comes our fav! A pristine white sequinned lehenga skirt with a strappy blouse and a scalloped dupatta by Shehlaa Khan.
Beautiful organza lehenga set hand embellished with crystals and beads by Mrunalini Rao.
How about this red-tassel embellished lehenga by Ridhi Mehra for your reception look?
A svelte sage green lehenga with a fully sequinned off-shoulder blouse by Mrunalini Rao.
This dusty pink lehenga by label Faabiiana is indeed one of the best lehenga ideas for the sister of the bride/groom.
You can get this scintillating creation from the label House of Kotwara.
This mint green partly sequinned lehenga with a gold embellished blouse by designer Mahima Mahajan is for keeps! (That edgy and glamorous blouse design tho!)
Make a jaw-dropping appearance on the wedding in this blush pink lehenga with subtle gota patti work by label Pooja Peshoria.
A grey, embellished flamingos lehenga with a half sheer and half embroidered blouse by Ridhi Mehra.