October is here and so is the wedding season. With an insane number of weddings happening in winters, this time is beautifully chaotic. Lights everywhere, celebrations at full blast and people at their most spectacular selves, what's not to love?

We're pretty sure that, like us, you too would have a close friend or a distant cousin's wedding to attend. And with so many functions and wedding parties, we believe it can become quite confusing to choose outfits for yourselves. Now, seeing how lehengas are all the vogue this season, we decided to help you out with some options, just in case. From peplum style to jacket lehengas, we have some crazy styles that you'll bookmark right away. 

So here are a few lehenga options you should definitely try out this festive season:

Channel in the royal vibes with this beautiful purple lehenga. 

A Divya Kanakia design| Source: Indianroots

 

Sequined collar and cuts on the skirt should do the trick, right? 

Source: frugal2fab

 

A nude coloured lehenga with some bright jewellery to go with. Now that sounds just about right.

An Aashni + Co design | Source: urbanasian

 

Off shoulders have been in vogue this season. Wear this and you'll redefine shaadi wear.

Source: shyamalbhumika

 

Pastels can never go out of fashion, can they? 

Source: Vivaluxe/Renee

 

If you're not one for jhintak wear, this can be your go to style. 

Source: clovebuys

 

Break free from the usual choli and try out this jacket style lehenga.

Source: shyamalbhumika

 

Or this pure desi lehenga in an alluring coral pink colour. 

Source: rituseksaria

 

A floral printed crop top with a bright fuschia skirt is enough to make you look ravishing. 

An Anju Modi design| Source: perniapopup

 

This embroidered lehenga in maroon and gold, with kutch mirror work will definitely make you stand out. 

Source: indianweddingbuzz

 

Add a bright-coloured dupatta to this peach lehenga with silver matte leather embellishments to make a statement.  

 

If you want a perfect balance of chic meets festive, you can try this royal blue skirt with mint-green embellished choli. 

Source: flyrobe

 

Perfect for an evening function, ain't it? 

Source: pinterest

 

A perfect fusion of desi and contemporary style. 

Source: perniapopup

 

Banarasi brocade has never looked this pretty, has it? 

A Payal Khandawala design| Source: elle

 

A peach high-low lehenga choli for the quintessential modern woman. 

Source: shyamalbhumika

 

With floral being the favourite motif of the year, we suggest you try this lehenga for sure. 

A Sonali Gupta design| Source: flyrobe

 

A tulle skirt with embellishments on the waist paired with a floral crop top - a perfect outfit for a day function. 

Source: holichic

 

A simple golden choli with a pretty floral skirt in green should fit well for a mehendi ki rasam.

Source: pinterest

 

A simple peach colour full-sleeved lehenga with embroidery seems just about the right fit for a cocktail affair. 

A Sabyasachi Mukherjee design | Source: pinterest

 

Some pockets would do you good when you're busy enjoying the special occasion, wouldn't it? 

Source: holichicbymegha

 

You'll be a vision to behold when you don this beautiful lime green lehenga.

Source: suemue

 

A peplum lehenga for the modern Indian woman who wants to look desi and contemporary at the same time. 

Source: shyamalbhumika

 

Can black ever be out of style? Nah. Especially not with this elegant cape choli. 

An Esha Koul design| Source: jivacouture

 

Go full desi royale wearing this beauty in blue with intricate zardozi and aari work. 

A Sabyasachi outfit from the Firdaus collection| Source: shaadisaga

 

A layered lehenga with a peplum choli with extensive embroidery makes for the perfect outfit for a special function. 

Source: shyamalbhumika

 

Bowl people over with this mustard lehenga and its intricate and beautiful embroidery. 

Source: mishruclothing

 

Channel some Kareena vibes with this beautiful lehenga kurta in rich Banarasi work.

Source: flyrobe

 

Beautiful kadwa brocade work on perfectly engineered silk fabric is your calling if you like to keep it subtle yet classy.

A Sanjay Garg creation| Source: rawmango

 

A front slit kurti lehenga in bottle green should definitely help you make heads turn.

Source: nakkashi

 

Cover picture: monishaajgaonkar/wedmegood| Anita Dongre Creations

Which one would you be wearing this festive season?