Lehenga choli enhance the beauty of bride

Designer Lehenga choi at Choice Sarees

Designer Lehenga choi at Choice Sarees

A lehenga is a very common traditional Indian wear. Probably used on special occasions like engagements, weddings and other festivals like
KarwaChauth. The entire dress consists of a full length skirt and
blous/ choli with dupatta.

The lehenga or a skirt itself is tied at
the waist. It reaches below the ankles and choli is a fitted top Choli consists in tight sleeves and a decorative neckline.

The dupatta also known as chunni is a embroidered stole which matches the rest of the dress. It is arranged over the shoulder to fall in elegant pleats.There are three popular types styles of Lehenga .

The first is known as fishtail fit lehenga which is body hugging till the knees and then flows out in numerous flares. the second one style is the straightcut lehenga drapes parallel to the legs in a similar manner of skirt.

Fish cut Lehenga choli at Choice Sarees

Fish cut Lehenga choli at Choice Sarees

The A line cut is also very popular. It has an inverted shape like cone
with the skirt being tight at the upper side and flaring out till to
the ankle. The last but most popular is the flared lehenga which is
heavily pleated and gives a look like royality.

it is very heavy lehengas Bridal lehengas are made of rich fabrics like satin have
high shine and a good drape and graceful texture. preferences are
given to tissue which has a regal finish, net, crepe and georgette all
of which give the finished dress a very extravagant feel.

A lehenga
comes in two varieties, the lancha and sharara. lancha is similar to a
lehenga except that the blouse is different. The sharara is a divided
skirt with pleats that give it a full look.

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