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Indian Fashion is the most varied fashion style in the world with unlimited styles and designs. Girls get to wear a lehenga, salwar suit, saree, Indo-western combos, and many more but Lehenga remains the most popular one with orange being one of the most famous Lehenga colors.

An orange Lehengas is a must-have in every woman's wardrobe as they look classy and stunning. There is no other way to dress for a big fat Indian wedding than an alluring orange color Lehenga design. It makes for an easy-to-wear dress for girls for any wedding function.


Orange Lehengas Designs Available at Meesho 

Orange is such a bright and festive colour! One often associates orange with dynamic and radiant hues, light and dark tones, and festivals. Orange also reflects the changing seasons and is an eye-popping colour, worn in any shade. Orange is a bright favourite among women and children alike when it comes to incorporating it into their Indian wear. Women have always worn orange lehengas for celebrating Indian festivals. Every generation of women has worn orange lehengas during some event or the other - for Hindus especially, orange bears a huge significance at weddings, so you’ll see orange lehengas and orange lehengas choli being worn at Indian weddings and functions. 

The vibrancy of the colour orange exudes happiness - something every woman wants to radiate when she’s wearing Indian clothes. Orange lehengas are usually worn during weddings, not just by the bride (mixed with shades of red or vermillion) but also by guests and family members. Orange is a trendy colour for most brides because it’s chirpy and also looks fantastic in photographs.

Orange Lehengas colours 

As orange is such a fun and vibrant colour, it comes in several shades - these shade options give Indian brides and women many choices to mix and match their orange lehengas with their accessories. Gold necklaces, something worn in abundance by Indian women, also goes perfectly with the right kind of orange lehengas.

Some popular and trendy shades of orange that can be paired to make the perfect orange lehengas design are - 

  • Tangerine
  • Vermillion
  • Marigold
  • Cider
  • Burnt umber
  • Carrot
  • Squash
  • Clay
  • Spice
  • Bronze
  • Cantaloupe
  • Tiger
  • Apricot
  • Sandstone
  • Yam
  • Marmalade
  • Amber
  • Saffron
  • Rust 

and many more! 

Orange Lehengas for the festive season

The festive season is here - and red is slowly inching its way out of the colour scheme. Most people getting clothes for festivals like Diwali think that red has become a slight cliche colour - so they want to opt for lehengas that lean towards the reddish side, but have a lot more character to it. 

Some great orange lehenga designs for the festive season are -

  • Golden embroidery

We’ve already discussed how well golden jewellery goes with orange lehengas; it’s time to note that golden embroidery in intricate ways is something many people are opting for this festive season. If you want to keep your orange lehengas simple, yet give it a regal touch, go for a nice gold lining or dupatta - anything that will cut the orange and give it a royal and heavy feel. 

  • Ruffles

One of the current trends is putting ruffles in an orange lehenga - orange lehengas are anyway so fancy. Why not put a little spin on a simple orange cloth by attaching ruffles either as part of the lehenga (in the choli or the dupatta) or adding it under the skirt to form a can-can? 

  • Blouses

If you have an orange lehenga, then you can get a contrasting blouse piece to go with it. There are so many options to choose from - you can have full-length blouses/ sleeveless/ cuts on the back or something that covers the bust. Go crazy with the use of patterns and sequins - or use a full contrast colour if you want to make a striking appearance. 

The trendiest orange Lehengas 

  • Ombre

The ombre look or blending colours is something that will go excellently with orange lehengas - you can blend it into shades of yellow, red, or even bronze, and gold! There are so many varieties to choose from. 

  • Abstract

Making use of abstract borders is very “in” this season - use a striking design as the border of your orange lehengas design - unleash your creative side! 

  • Contrast

One of the trendiest designs is to pair an orange lehenga with a contrasting colour like hot pink, dark green, or aqua blue! If you don’t want to contrast the colour of your fabrics, then play around with the accessories! 

Styling orange lehengas for the wedding season

For the wedding season, orange lehengas are seriously in. It’s the year that people want to keep things simple and traditional, yet have a modern and creative take on their clothes. Indian women love expressing themselves through their clothes - especially now that it’s all available online. One can browse through designs and collections for hours.

Here’s our take on the top orange lehengas and side pieces online for the wedding season - 

  • Traditional Bandhani Dupatta

Pair your orange lehengas with traditional bandhani dupattas available online, to give a seriously sophisticated look to your outfit. 

  • Florals

You’ll see a lot of people opting for florals this wedding season! Orange is a great colour to pair with any kind of floral design - most brides opt for orange florals for their functions. 

  • Thick borders

One great way for a bride to show opulence in her orange lehengas design is through the use of thick borders - these thick borders can be contrast colours, darker shades of orange, or even gold and can be part of every fabric adorning her body. 

Orange Lehengas Designs - Ideas 

  • Choli

Orange lehenga choli is a great and popular combination that a lot of people have been spotted wearing. The reason for going with the same colour is because it goes so well together and does not look gaudy. Get your choli designed intricately, make use of buttons and sequins, and cuts and shapes to highlight your curves - and you’re ready to make a glamorous appearance. 

  • Nets

Make use of nets with your orange lehengas design - use orange translucent colours to make a net design for the dupatta or as an overlay to your outfit. 

  • Other Fabrics

Using fabrics like Zardozi, Bandhej, silk are all great ways to pair your orange lehengas with! Make use of styles that go best with each of these fabrics - you can even embroider the orange lehengas with these fabrics or use them as borders. 

  • Other Prints

Bandhani! Ever thought how well this print could go with an Indian outfit for special occasions? Pair your orange lehenga up with a red, yellow or green shade of bandhani. It’s been worn by many celebrities like Sonam Kapoor and is a great way to step outside the fashion zone while keeping in touch with your roots. 

Buy Beautiful Orange Lehengas online From Meesho 

Orange lehengas online are available in abundance. You can browse through the hot favourites of the season to see what celebrities are wearing and quickly find similar outfits for yourself. Orange lehengas price is also very affordable, especially when purchased online. You can find several designs and styles without the hassle of stepping out of your house to try each item of clothing on. Whichever design or intricate weaving you may want, there is an orange lehenga for you out there!

What is the starting price for Orange Lehengas?

The typical starting price for Orange Lehengas is Rs. 640. However, they come in a number of price ranges, depending on the quality of the fabric and the work. You can browse over 1104 Orange Lehengas on Meesho.

What are some of the alternatives to Orange Lehengas?

Here are some of the most popular alternative options to Orange Lehengas: Bandhani Lehenga, Garba Dress, Lehengas, Wedding Lehenga, Pakistani Lehenga With Long Kurti,

How can I buy Orange Lehengas online?

You can browse over 1104 options for Orange Lehengas online on Meesho. We offer free delivery, cash on delivery and hassle free returns on all of our orders.


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