Metamorphically speaking, summer weddings are the coolest ones! From floral abundance to flexibility with colors and themes of weddings, the warmer months give us all the more options we could ever want. Though, this year the summer weddings are taking place on a small scale with an intimate gathering, keeping safety standards in mind, dressing up can still be chic and stylish.

Considering the heat and humidity during the summer months, our outfits need to be lightweight, soft, and flowing. Think feather-light cotton silks, chiffons, and handwoven silks in bright colours and floral prints. Still on the fence about committing to breezy prints instead of heave embellishment for the wedding celebrations? Let Nikki Sachdeva be your inspiration for choosing that one voguish and effortless summer wedding outfit. Nikki Sachdeva, a fashion enthusiast, a stylist from LOS ANGELES, California and the founder of Runway to Road is giving us major outfit goals in this stunning amber yellow lehenga with floral print.

This versatile piece of garment from our print mania collection is a fresh dose of inspiration we all need during this year’s wedding season. The lehenga is simple yet striking, making it a perfect fit for a sangeet or even at-home Haldi ceremony. The cancan in the lehenga makes it ideal for twirling pictures, in which Nikki seems to be enjoying herself. Since the lehenga is light-weight and breezy, it is easy to dance around in.

Brushed with stunning watercolor strokes of pink, white and orange flowers on the skirt and the top, the amber yellow lehenga perfectly puts a spotlight on intricate cut dana embroidery on the waist and the neckline. Nikki has perfectly captured the front and the back designing of the crop top in these professional pictures. Doesn’t she look breathtaking in this gorgeous lehenga?

The lehenga from the collection comes with a georgette dupatta with a ruffle on the border to match the entire outfit. Dupatta features slightly less work, making it a practical choice for a celebration like Haldi, or when you want to dance the night away. Nikki chose to drape the dupatta over her shoulders, which takes away the hassle of continuously picking up the falling dupatta.

iIn the accessories department, Nikki has paired the lehenga with funky multi-coloured bangles to add some drama to the otherwise delicate ensemble. To keep her look hassle-free, she has ditched heavy earrings and neckpiece. Instead, she has put on some sassy sunglasses to complete the look that’s perfect for a Mehendi brunch. Depending upon your style, you can leave your hair open or tie them in a messy bun.

If you haven’t got a yellow floral printed lehenga in your bridal trousseau, it is time to invest in this statement piece. The amber yellow color is flattering for most Indian skin tones and is definitely a winning choice for summer weddings. What’s more? You can re-wear it all-around the year, no matter the occasion or season.

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