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White Net Embroidered Lehenga Choli

White and Black Net Embroidered Lehenga Choli

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A Line Lehenga Choli in beautiful colours

Fabric : Inner Santoon, Net

Work : Embroidery, Mirror, Lace, Stone

Wash : First wash Dry clean

 

 

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White Net Embroidered Lehenga Choli

White Net Embroidered Lehenga Choli

Lehenga Choli

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Slight variation in colour of the dresses might occur or it can be same. This is due to monitor or picture tube variances. The images are taken from the original dress and we will make sure that you receive the exact product as shown on our website. Dyed products might or might not have slight variations due to dyeing processes!

What is Lehenga Choli?

Here are some lehenga designs that work for the Indian body type.

·         A-line lehenga

·         Jacket lehenga

·         Mermaid lehenga

·         Panelled or kalidar lehenga

·         Flared lehenga

·         Half saree lehenga

·         Straight cut lehenga

Different Ways to Wear Your Lehenga

1.     Slit Top and Lehenga Skirt. Pairing a slit top or a long sleeved jacket with the lehenga skirt is a beautiful type of fusion wear

2.     Dupatta around Your Neck

3.     Lehenga With a Belt

4.     Anarkali Suit and Lehenga Skirt

5.     Lehenga and Saree Hybrid

6.     Lehenga Blouse and Simple Skirt

7.     Lehenga Skirt and Plain Blouse

Double Dupatta Style

You can conceal your belly by draping your saree pallu or lehenga dupatta around the waist or with a flared bottom. A wide bottom lehenga will make your waist look comparatively smaller; if not that, it will at least make your body look proportionate.

·         Kalki Fashion. Kalki is one of the most sought after bridal couture shops which houses an exclusive line of couture, footwear and jewellery

·         Bridaldressesbykiran.ca

·         Neeru's Emporio

·         Aishwarya Fashion Studio

·         Nallu Collections

·         Nine colours

·         Manndola

Kanchipuram Silk Sarees

Traditionally made by weavers from Tamil Nadu, the Kanchipuram Saree is considered to be of the highest quality sarees and are woven naturally.

 

Banarasi Sarees From Uttar Pradesh
Kanjeevaram From Tamil Nadu
Kasavu Saree From Kerala
Paithani Saree From Maharashtra
Sambalpuri Saree From Odisha
Chanderi Saree From Madhya Pradesh
Muga Silk Saree From Assam
Bomkai Saree From Odisha

1.     Pleat your saree properly. It's important to drape your saree well

2.     Choose light fabrics. Avoid stiff fabrics like cotton or organza

3.     Pick dark colours

4.     Pick light and elongated prints

5.     Stick to thin borders

6.     Longer sleeves are a better choice

7.     Tie it below the navel

Vivaah Patu

Navratna stones and gold embroidery- Chennai Silks used all that and more to weave the 'Vivaah Patu', the most expensive silk sari in the world.

Banarasi Silk Saree. A Banarasi sari is a sari made in Varanasi, a city which is also called Benares or Banaras. The saris are among the finest saris in India and are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, fine silk and opulent embroidery.

 

Contrasting Jewellery For Lehenga Ideas

·         Bright Contrasting Colours: Violet and Green

·         Bright Contrasting Colours: Reddish Pink with a Pop of Blue

·         Bright Contrasting Colours: Saffron and Green

·         Bright Contrasting Colours: Pink with Red and Green

·         Contrasting Jewel tones: Maroon and Emerald Green

An anarkali is a dress-like garment that consists of a long frock style top which creates a flattering flowing silhouette. The bodice of the Anarkali is cinched just below the chest and the rest of the frock is flowing, usually until the knee.

 

The jacket style of Anarkali suit has become very popular, and people now wear it to style other traditional pieces of Indian wear. For example, you can wear your jacket Anarkali suit on top of a short or long Kurti to give it a trendy look.

 

Fabric required: 4 Mtrs + Lining fabric 3 Mtrs. We will need total of 10 kalis. 5 for each front and back respectively. If you want more voluminous Anarkali you can take more kalis.

·         Wear it with leggings or stitched churidar. This is a no-brainer – most Anarkalis are, anyway, worn with leggings

·         Wear it with palazzo pants. A knee-length Anarkali suit will go very well with your palazzo pants, especially if the pants are really wide and flared

·         Wear it with a skirt

·         Wear it with jeans

1.     GRAB SOME HEELS TO LOOK SLIM IN ANARKALI SUITS. We'll start from bottom to top

2.     WEAR DARK SOLID COLORS. The fact is dark colors make you look slimmer

3.     WEAR LONG ANARKALI SUITS. Floor length Anarkali Suits aren't a great idea.

4.     PICK SMALLER MOTIFS.

PICK LONG SLEEVES

The shalwar are loose pajama-like trousers. The legs are wide at the top, and narrow at the ankle. The kameez is a long shirt or tunic, often seen with a Western-style collar; however, for female apparel, the term is now loosely applied to collarless or mandarin-collared kurtas.

The salwar kameez is a traditional outfit worn by Punjabi women. It comprises a pair of trousers known as the salwar and a tunic called the kameez. ... The salwar kameez is usually paired with a long, sheer fabric scarf or shawl known as a dupatta, which is either draped across the neck or over the head.

 

These salwar suits are the latest trend going on for Indian ladies of all ages. They keep the quintessential essence of grace of ethnic fashion but still maintain the casual factor. A long, simple kurti is paired with a palazzo salwar to recreate liquid fashion.

 

This is similar to the Salwar Kameez in many respects. It is usually worn by women in the Indian subcontinent. ... A Salwar is more of a baggy type whereas a churidar is closely fitted at the thighs, ankles as well as the hips. You will also find that the churidar is longer than the Salwar.

 

Usually, women prefer to go for pure cotton salwar kameez material as this is the softest, most comfortable of all, though blended fabrics like cotton silk, cotton jute or cotton viscose are also widely used.

 

There was a time when palazzos were a super hit trend but the fad soon blew out. However, Palazzo is back in style in the form of palazzo suit. ... Palazzos are comfortable, light and easy to move about in due to their wide leg pattern. Paired with a kameez, Indian kurtis or long Indian kurta it looks even more stylish

Palazzo pants (British English: palazzo trousers, Indian English: pantada) are long women's trousers cut with a loose, extremely wide leg that flares out from the waist.

 

 

Palazzo pants can be worn with a simple white tee or even a white blouse. Or you can wear your most loved graphic tee which happens to be one of my favorite ways to wear them. Honestly there are so many tops you can wear with the pants depending if you are headed to the beach or into work!

Formal wear can be quite tiring with the belts, buckles and the whole routine. So, when palazzos offer a more comfortable, yet stylish alternative, why not just grab it? Straight cuts can be paired with kurtas of any length, and they just look marvellous with Pakistani suits.

 

Choose the right fabric to get the best out of you. If you are too skinny and petite, go for stiff fabrics like raw silk or broquede. Flowy fabrics like chiffon or georgette are better for plump women as they do not remain stiff. Also, fabrics like cotton and linen work good for summers and casual wear

History- Lehenga choli is originated during Mugal’s era.

Lehenga Choli and Sarees are the traditional clothing of women in Rajasthan. Lehenga Choli is a combination of lehenga, a tight choli, and an dupatta. A lehenga is a form of a long skirt which is pleated. It is usually embroidered or has a thick border at the bottom. A choli is a blouse shell garment, which is cut to fit the body and has short sleeves and a low neck.

Lehenga is worn by brides additionally making it a unique dress for women that is seen on special events or festivals.
Lehengas and sarees differ on cost relying on the fabric utilized and the adornment done on it utilizing dabs, Kundan, and little mirrors.
Lehenga and Saree are two conventional women’s clothing things from India.

These are ageless array that have been decorated by average citizens and VIPs alike. Saree is more normal than Lehenga that is worn on additional on unique events nowadays. There are numerous contrasts between these two garments yet people get to be distinctly confounded due to the comparable looks made by a combination style known as Lehenga Saree. This article investigates both these garments to highlight their disparities.

Lehenga-Choli India as a Perfect Marriage Dress. Even though many options available in the market, Lehenga Choli India has become one of the most preferred choices of the girls who will soon become brides. A elegant Lehenga gives a charming look to the bride as well as represents the Indian dressing aura. It gives the look of a princess of Mughal era to the bride, which is widely liked and appreciated by the girls of today’s generation.

Lehenga is a traditional dress of India that has been worn by girls and women since ancient period over thousands of years. In many parts of India, it is likewise called Ghagra Choli. Actually, Lehenga is an outfit that is of a lower part called Lehenga and the upper part called choli or bodice. This lehenga choli will not complete the third part called dubatta. Lehenga can be worn by little girls furthermore by elderly women. It is accessible in various assortments with standard ones made of cotton without having any frivolity, though Lehengas can be exceptionally costly additionally with unrivaled cloth and embellishment finished with trimmings.

Lehenga Choli

A Lehenga Choli is the combination of a Lehenga which includes a blouse and skirt and the drape i.e. dupatta . A choli is usually worn along with the Lehenga and hence the normally used name of the outfit.

Types of Lehenga:

1. Sequin Embellished Lehenga

2. Mirror Work Lehenga

3. Zardozi Lehenga

4. Banarasi Lehenga

5. Brocade Lehenga

6. Threadwork Lehenga

7.Net Lehenga

Lehenga Choli

The  stitching of a lehenga choli dupatta set or a ghagra choli takes about a minimum of thirty days depending on factors like the fabric, embellishments. Hand-stitched, hand-woven Lehengas end up taking longer owing to the detailing that goes into it. Often, communities exclusively into designing lehengas have clear tasks allotted to them, which forms part of the whole making process.

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