BONDI BLUE ORGANZA LEHENGA WITH SILK BLOUSE AND DUPATTA
Color: BONDI BLUE
Length: 8 meter prepaid
Fabric: silk fabric fully stitched size 38 padded handwork blouse ( Margin given )
Color: DARK BOMDI BLUE
Type: Lehenga choli
A lehenga choli and blouse in a storage bag.
Product Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only
Please note that there could be slight differences in color between the actual product and the image displayed on your screen due to lighting during photography.Lehenga choli is a traditional Indian outfit that consists of a long skirt (lehenga) and a matching blouse (choli). The skirt is usually embroidered or decorated with embellishments and can be flared or straight. The blouse can have various necklines and sleeve lengths and can also be embellished with sequins, beads, zari work, or embroidery.
Ghagra choli is another term used for the lehenga choli, particularly in Northern India. Chaniya choli is a similar outfit that is popular in the state of Gujarat and has a distinct style. Lacha choli is another variant of the lehenga choli, which is typically worn in North India and Pakistan.
Sharara is a traditional outfit consisting of a pair of loose pants that flare out from the waist, typically worn with a matching tunic. Pattu lehenga is a type of lehenga choli that is made with silk fabric. Lehenga saree is a fusion outfit that combines the lehenga and saree into one garment, allowing for ease of movement while still having the elegance of a saree.
Lehenga choli is a popular ethnic wear for weddings and other special occasions. Bridal lehenga choli is a specific type of outfit that is designed for brides. It is typically heavily embroidered and made with luxurious fabrics like silk, velvet, or chiffon. Indian fashion has evolved with time, and designers now experiment with various styles, fabrics, and patterns to create unique and contemporary lehenga choli designs.
Embroidery, zari work, sequins, and beads are some of the most commonly used embellishments on lehenga choli. Silk, georgette, and chiffon are popular fabrics used in lehenga choli designs.
Traditional jewelry complements lehenga choli outfits perfectly, with intricate designs and patterns made with gold, silver, or other precious metals. Bollywood fashion has also had an influence on lehenga choli designs, with various actresses wearing glamorous and elegant outfits on-screen.
Designer lehenga choli is a premium option that is custom-made by a designer. It can be personalized to the wearer’s preference, from the fabric to the embellishments used. Lehenga choli is also a popular outfit for bridesmaids, festivals, sangeet ceremonies, mehndi ceremonies, receptions, and engagements.
Lehenga choli can be paired with various styles of blouses like jacket, cape, crop top, off-shoulder top, one-shoulder top, long sleeve top, or short sleeve top, with different necklines like backless, boat neck, V-neck, or high neck. The skirt can also have various styles like asymmetrical hemline, layered, mermaid, A-line, flared, straight, pleated, or ruffled.
The dupatta is an essential accessory to complete the lehenga choli outfit, and it can be contrasting or matching with the outfit. The dupatta can also be draped in various styles like half saree drape, lehenga saree drape, pleated, scalloped, or net. Fabrics like velvet, brocade, organza, crepe, and banarasi silk are also used to create lehenga choli designs. The outfit can also feature prints like digital prints, ombre effect, kalamkari print, bandhani print, or tie-dye print, along with details like lace, fringes, or tassels.