Red Bridal Lehenga Collection

When we imagine the ideal Indian bride, what comes to mind is a radiant woman dressed in the quintessential red Dulhan lehenga. The rich and royal appeal of a red bridal lehenga is enchanting. Almost every girl has grown up envisioning herself dressed in a magnificent red bridal lehenga. To realise every Indian girl’s dream, Mohey has turned into a wish-granting figure. We warmly present you with an assemblage of red bridal lehengas for weddings that are synonymous with beauty, royalty, and elegance. If you are that bride-to-be who perks up at the mention of a red bridal lehenga, Mohey’s exquisite collection could be that made-in-heaven destination for you.

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Attractive Wine Color Lehenga
Attractive Wine Color Lehenga
TRADITIONAL RANI LEHENGA
TRADITIONAL RANI LEHENGA
Desirable Dark Red Lehenga
Desirable Dark Red Lehenga
GRACEFUL EMBROIDERED RANI LEHENGA
GRACEFUL EMBROIDERED RANI LEHENGA
ELEGANT RED LEHENGA
ELEGANT RED LEHENGA
Ravishing Red Lehenga
Ravishing Red Lehenga
TRADITIONAL EMBROIDERED LEHENGA
TRADITIONAL EMBROIDERED LEHENGA
Glamorous Velvet Wine Designer Lehenga
Glamorous Velvet Wine Designer Lehenga
Enchanting Rani Pink Lehenga
Enchanting Rani Pink Lehenga
Designer Rani Pink Velvet Lenega
Designer Rani Pink Velvet Lenega
Glorious Wine bridal lehenga
Glorious Wine bridal lehenga
Traditional Red Lehenga
Traditional Red Lehenga

Red Bridal Lehenga is the most popular wedding dress

If you’re wondering why lehengas in the colour red are popular, the answer is quite simple. Lehengas were long worn as a traditional outfit for women belonging to all classes. The daintiness and elegance of this traditional skirt with its choli and dupatta have stood the test of time. Even today, women swoon over the princess-like silhouette that the bridal lehengas feature. The bridal lehenga is the first choice for almost every bride with its ball-gown profile.

In India, red signifies love, passion, and togetherness for a bridal couple. The colour is closely associated with the image of a married woman. This can be seen in the sindoor and even the red-toned mehendi that drapes the bride’s hands and legs. Thus, you will see a wedding’s red bridal lehenga as the show-stopper at every Indian wedding. And, it is no surprise that even today, a majority of brides choose to go with the quintessential red bridal lehenga for their special day.

Check out our latest designer Red Bridal Lehenga for women

As a bride-to-be who is busy searching for the perfect red bridal lehenga, Mohey will be your final destination to shop. You will be spoilt for choice with our exclusive line-up of designer red bridal lehengas. From rich traditional aesthetics to chic modern elements, our artistic designers have put together an exuberant array that is every bit glamorous. Indeed, our goal was to craft red bridal lehengas that make a marvellous appearance. Our elaborate red lehenga designs for brides feature:

Luscious Materials

Every red bridal lehenga in this edit is made of premium blended velvet and georgette. These fabrics in shades of red, light to dark, offer a regal look and gracious fall, much-needed for royal bridal attire.

Designer Details

Elaborate embroidery and Resham and Zari work in floral and traditional patterns to decorate the bridal lehengas, cholis, and dupattas. The gold and silver tones of the metallic embroidered details complement the red-hued base magnificently.

Mesmeric Colour Combinations

Our red bridal lehengas often have matching choli and dupatta in a lighter fabric like net. Select pieces are also designed to feature a colour-contrasting dupatta. Dreamy shades of pink effortlessly complement the red bridal lehenga while making a distinctive statement.

Tips to give the Red Bridal Lehenga a modern look

Mohey’s design masters are here with some tips to give your red bridal lehenga a modern look.

  • You can design the choli to feature a sleeveless pattern for a mod touch.

  • Try different neck and sleeve styles such as boat neck patterns or cold-shoulder cuts.

  • Drape the dupatta like a saree for a fusion look. Try draping it on the back of your shoulders to resemble a cape.

  • Accessorise with stone-encrusted jewellery for a Westernised look. An elegant pair of earrings, a choker, a bracelet, and a ring could pull off the modern-minimalist bride look.

A Complete Guide on how to drape a Red Bridal Lehenga

As a bride, you will relish donning Mohey’s red bridal lehenga. Here’s a guide on how to drape a red bridal lehenga for that quintessential Indian bride look:

  • Slip into your lehenga, pull up the zip, and fasten the drawstrings at the waist such that it does not open.

  • Wear your blouse and after your hair styling is done, carefully pin the dupatta over your head. Let the lengths of the dupatta gracefully fall over your shoulders. You can also pin one end to the lehenga’s waistband for a traditional look.

  • Finish off by accessorising and wearing your dazzling bridal footwear. Voila! You are ready.

Buy Red Bridal Lehenga online at Mohey

All brides who love the classic red bridal lehenga, come hither! Mohey proudly presents an elaborate collection to match the royalty and beauty of an Indian bride. Select your favourites from a diverse range of designs in striking hues of red with magnificent gold and silver work. Begin your bridal shopping on a high note with Mohey’s collection of red bridal lehengas online.

FAQs on Red Bridal Lehenga

How many layers does a wedding Red Bridal Lehenga have?

Ideally, a red bridal lehenga comprises three layers that create the ultimate ball-gown look. The first layer is the lining, made of a soft, breathable material. The second layer is made up of a can-can, which helps add structure for the princess-like silhouette. Lastly, the magnificently embroidered and decorated fabric covers the inner layers. This layer ties the look of the magnificent red bridal lehenga together.

Will it be difficult to move around with the Red Dulhan Lehenga?

The red Dulhan lehenga is made of a rich fabric like velvet or brocade and decorated with metallic embroidery. Some added embellishments like stones, beads, and sequins, and decorated latkans make the bridal lehenga heavy. However, lifting it from both sides while walking could help manage the weight. Thus, moving around wearing the red Dulhan lehenga is possible without much difficulty.

Can the length of Women's Lehenga be altered?

The length of women’s lehengas can be altered at the waist as per the wearer’s height. While a long lehenga can be shortened, a short lehenga cannot be altered to be longer if the difference in length is much.

What things to consider when selecting a Red Lehenga for a Bride?

When selecting a red lehenga for a bride, it is essential to consider the shades of red, the type of adornments, and the style the bride prefers. Mohey offers sumptuous reds, from light tomato and raspberry hues to deep maroon tones with machine embroidery, Zari and Resham work in metallic gold and silver tones. The bride can choose floral and traditional motifs according to her style preference.

Does Red Bridal Lehenga have multiple/many colour shades?

Mohey presents a delightful line-up of red bridal lehengas available in multiple shades. There are many shades and designs, from light to dark hues to choose from.

Only the bride can wear the Red Bridal lehenga?

While the red bridal lehenga is quintessential for an Indian bride, others can also wear red lehengas. It is preferable to wear red coloured lehengas for pre-wedding events if you are a guest.