The fashionista brides of 21st century are coming up with new and unique styles to amp up their lehenga game. And when it comes to winter weddings, they won’t step back either. With their latest jacket style lehenga ideas making us all googly-eyed, the Indian brides truly deserve a pat on the back for raising the bar of winter bridal fashion sky high!
While summer weddings bring forth a lot of fun and frolic, winter weddings are no less. With winter already on its way, the brides are getting ready with their winter wedding looks. As backless cholis and sleeveless lehenga blouses are an absolute NO-NO right now, the brides have resorted to the jacket style lehenga designs to look totally chilled out in this cool wedding season.
Besides keeping you from the cold, jacket lehengas also work great for enhancing your bridal wear. You can play around as much as you like with your lehenga jacket fabric, from royal silk & velvet to traditional banarasi, crepe, georgette etc. in a range of trendy colors like ivory, blush, pastels, golden, rich shades of coral, red, blue, yellow and more.
So here we bring you a wide assortment of some stunning jacket style lehenga designs that are simply irresistible. From simple and minimal styles to OTT and heavy ones, these indo-western beauties deserve to be in your winter wedding wardrobe!
This heavenly ensemble is every bride’s dream winter lehenga, curated by none other than Sabyasachi Mukherjee. A floor-touching long velvet lehenga jacket adorned with heavy floral embroidery is perfect to give you the ultimate royal vibe. Also, let’s not forget that it also makes for an ideal attire for a winter wedding bride.
A peppy short jacket with an open-front paired with a matching lehenga is what the young fashionistas drool over. This peach coloured brocade jacket is fit for all the millennial brides who want to mix traditional and modern. Look how well this style complements the bride’s Rajasthani accessories. Bookmark now else you’ll miss out!
There’s nothing quite as eye-catching as statement lehenga designs with jacket that are stylish and equally easy to pull off. We can’t help but drool over this stunning ensemble designed by the maestro himself, Manish Malhotra! Who would have thought that a peplum/frock cut jacket would look so astounding when paired with a bridal lehenga? Moreover, the bustier peeping out to show that it shares the same silver design with the lehenga border is simply genius!
Who said you can’t doll up enough and stay wary of the cold at the same time? Here’s proof that you can do both and still rock your winter wedding outfits! This beautiful raw silk bridal short jacket till waistline is your solution to look wedding ready in the winters. The peplum style looks gorgeous with tops and this image tells us that it looks equally classy as part of your bridal lehenga.
No amount of bling is enough bling for the Indian brides. And if you are such an OTT bride then your search for jacket wala lehenga halts here! This onion pink bridal jacket lehenga goes perfectly well for a grand Indian winter wedding dress. Replete with sequins, embroidery, and much more, this bridal jacket lehenga is fit for a queen which you are!
No bride said NO to a Sabyasachi ever. And when the ensemble is this regal, how can you? Here’s a baroque style, high neck and full sleeves ivory turquoise floor-length jacket teamed with floral printed lehenga skirt. Irresistibly royal and undoubtedly the best outfit for winter wedding! We’ve never seen a better and more creative combination before!
Tissue fabric imparts the required amount of shine and delicacy that your bridal outfit needs. This low neck long bridal jacket is the exact finishing touch for your dreamy lehenga. Embellished with sequins and embroidery, this is the perfect balance between light and heavy.
This 3 piece coral orange lehenga with jacket is GOALS for all the 21st century brides. The flawless colour combination of coral orange and pink, is just what the not so mainstream brides need to stand apart from the crowd. And let’s take a moment to appreciate the heavenly Anarkali cut floor length jacket style lehenga. Hats off to this gorgeous creation! Don’t wait any longer, hurry up and bookmark now!
A front-slit Anarkali style flared jacket is what you need to set the bridalwear bar high. We can’t stop admiring the timeless vibrant yellow georgette piece with exquisite chikankari craftsmanship adorned by the bride here.
We are totally crushing over this gotta patti embellished long Anarkali jacket style lehenga. A striking deep V-neck to give you that edge and a flared front-slit, what more do you need to elevate your look! Give it a go on your Mehendi day and witness how the heads turn.
There’s one word that came to our minds when we came across this bridal jacket style lehenga image: GORGEOUS! Velvet makes for a perfect lehenga fabric for winter weddings and looks fairly regal too. Take cues from this bride who went overboard and combines rich maroon velvet with net to create this enrapturing outcome. This half velvet – half net round lehenga jacket with flared sleeves is next level. Ladies, this is how you make heads turn in a jiffy!
We are totally ogling this unique ensemble that the bride here has put together for her reception. A golden crepe skirt with all the bling you could think of, an equally shiny short corset-like blouse and to seal the deal, a sheer open-front matching front jacket with dreamy fur details. What more could you ask for while choosing a lehenga jacket for your reception party wear?
A cool biker cut short length jacket is the ultimate go-to for all the cool brides. The crepe fabric of the lehenga jacket gives you that crispness and the butti embellishments bring out the much needed festive vibe. With a matching crop top blouse and a light blue lehenga skirt, you are good to go for a bridal poolside party.
Why choose shiny embellishments when you can get mirrorwork? Mauve is such a refreshing colour that breaks the usual bridal norms. While the bride’s blouse design is making her look scintillating, the dupatta like long net jacket is further enhancing the get up. This long net bridal jacket idea made our hearts flutter for quite a while!
We can’t stop staring at this scintillating get up and neither do we want to. This sheer pista green crop-top cape-like jacket with embellishments all over is clearly a pin-worthy design. And let’s take a moment to drool over those awe-inspiring sequin frill borderline.
Raise the style quotient with this Anushree Readdy designed jacket lehenga is a sure shot show-stealer! Such a vibrant lehenga in yellow beautifully paired with a sheer jacket with rose floral design. Take notes, future brides to be, this is how you up your Haldi or mehendi outfit game.
This gleefully twirling bride is giving us bridal lehenga goals for winter weddings. Decked up in a beautiful velvety long Anarkali jacket style lehenga with heavy embellishments, lace borders, gota patti work and an on-point colour combo. This wedding season, let’s not let the cold get in the way of looking fab!
Make a fashionable statement in your wedding rituals with this dazzling asymmetrical white jacket style lehenga. While the halter neck brings out that edge in your personality, the waist belt accentuates your pretty waistline. Perfect outfit to dance on a peppy number, wear this dress in your Sangeet ceremony to make hearts flutter on repeat!
Bridal jackets for winter weddings can be trend-setting too, and how! Set the hearts on fire with this jaw-dropping ensemble! A sparkling sequined corset-like crop top blouse with a matching ivory lehenga skirt. And because that wasn’t enough, so the bride went ahead and meticulously amped up the look with a heavily ruffled short jacket. Perfect for your Sangeet night or Reception party. Fashionista brides gather around, this is what you’re up against!
Overcoats are a winter staple and with this outfit, we introduce them to all the festive occasions of our weddings. This overcoat style full-sleeved front closed jacket is goals for all the contemporary brides. Paired with a heavily layered light blue skirt with ruffles and frills, this ensemble will make your wedding party more memorable.
Right from the house of designer Anju Modi, this is a fresh idea you need to add to your wedding outfit ideas list. The offbeat sap green tulle lehenga with a matching quarter sleeved knee-length net jacket is so ogle-worthy! The white embroideries bring a contrast to the outfit and the front slit Anarkali design adds the much-needed flare.
This pic is the simple definition of contemporary meets old-world charm! The heavy Rajasthani Kathiawari embellishments on this half-sleeved jacket look nothing short of stunning! Couple it with a daring strapless crop-top blouse with a sweetheart neckline and there you go. Perfect recipe to look like the showstopper! Keep in mind that it’s a great look for the bridesmaids too.
This asymmetrical shiny silk mughal style jacket lehenga is so regal to look at. The minimalistic design and glossy silk emit a lot of 90s vibes. With that, the old-school charm is back in trend and we’re loving every bit of it. You could choose to rock this ensemble in the colour grey itself or play around with other colours and designs too.
Looking for casual lehenga jacket idea? Here you go! The coolest Indo-Western jacket lehenga idea to make you look different. You can mix and match around this one but it looks best with a plain lehenga. Here, the bride is wearing a heavy work Gujarati choli with a plain lehenga skirt. The jacket seems to be customized with festive motifs to give the ultimate oomph. Girls, you can do the same, just choose a crop top blouse and a not so OTT skirt. Also, this one’s a great pin-worthy style for bridesmaids for the Haldi day.
Your search for simple jacket wala lehenga ends right here as we bring you the ultimate light jacket styles to don for your Haldi ceremony. Feel and look playful with this easy-breezy crafted kaftaan jackets made of silk. Moreover, these long flowy jackets will also give you the best twirling pictures.
We’re rooting for this delicately assembled sheer lace jacket with mirror work. Perfect for all the minimalistic brides who want to wear something contemporary for their reception. The peplum bottom of the short jacket and the low collars are defining the look so much more. Let’s not ponder anymore and save this right now!
This intricately crafted black tulle jacket with matching bustier is screaming elegance and simplicity. With frills as its border and a shiny sequin lining, this outfit is will have people stop and stare at you for a while. Save it for your reception night and show the world that you are the ultimate fashionista.
Nothing could have been a better fit for modern meets ethnic. A formal suit style blazer jacket embellished with several Indian decor elements paired with your ghagra choli. Also, we can’t overlook the little square holes in the jacket that adds even more depth to the ensemble. Simply put, this look gives us a new definition of classy.
Here’s a shiny version of the same blazer style jacket lehenga donned by the gorgeous Tina Dutta. Check it out:
Gauhar Khan is finally getting hitched and we can’t stop dying over her bubbly traditional. Bring out your cute and fun style just like Gauhar did by pairing a sleeveless crop top jacket with your lehenga. She has wisely teamed an ivory jacket with a multicoloured skirt and yellow blouse. Think of an equally mesmerizing combo and let us know!
Learn the lehenga jacket game from Sonam Kapoor, the fashion queen of Bollywood. Looking stunning in a flared lehenga skirt adorned with sharp geometrical patterns, full-sleeved blouse, and a flowy Kaftan-like cape style jacket that you might mistake for a dupatta. If you want to go for a bold and beautiful look, then bookmark this!
Here’s a crispy and fresh bridal jacket idea served at your table. Mihika recently tied the knot with none other than Rana Duggabatti, and fans are going Gaga over her Sangeet look. Such a smart decision to team up a Banarasi silk traditional red lehenga skirt with a silver-hued embellished blouse and peplum jacket. The contrast is striking and you should take notes to look equally peppy on your Sangeet.
Sania Mirza gave us outfit goals with her long front-slit red jacket lehenga decked with gotta patti work, designed by ace couturier Anita Dongre. She wore this to her sister’s wedding and so can you. Bridesmaids, guests, and sister of the bride follow the footsteps of Sania and save this one.
With that, our list of jacket style wedding dresses for winter brides comes to an end and hopefully your searching spree too. Jacket style lehengas are all the rage this wedding season, plus bridesmaids and guests can also don this style. So, you better bookmark these ideas right away lest you might go frantic wondering what to wear to a winter wedding! Don’t forget to comment down below about your favourite lehenga jacket design from our listicle.