Thursday, 25 June 2015

Indian wedding outfits-lehenga chunni(dupatta)

Lehengas are been famous even from ancient times of Maharajas, a perfect dress for weddings, festivals, dandiya dance, ghoomar dance, kalbeliya dance, whatever the event it be. Women prefer to wear lehenga, be it weddings or festive occasions with origins in Rajasthan and also in Gujarat. Lehengas have been choice for Indian women. A type of lehenga is well designed for Indian brides, famously known as Bridal lehengas. These styles are perfect combination, which gives traditional but contemporary look with royal touch especially for brides.

Lehengas for bride are available in wide range. Heavy lehengas, with options like brocade, silk, zari, stone, embroidered, and crystal embellishments are a perfect choice for bride. It is usually called lehenga-chunni, compromised of a heavy skirt called lehenga, the choli as blouse and a dupatta, an important part of the whole bridal get-up.

The newest trends include multi-colored patterns, mixing different layers to form a vibrant mix, gives a modern appeal to your attire. Several celebrities, actresses also prefer to wear lehengas to attend any wedding or festive occasion. Movies, daily TV soaps bring the glamor and fashion in the authentic and traditional look of lehengas. One of the designs famous few years back, a silk blouse with chiffon dupatta and plain lehenga well bordered, adorned with add-ons to keep the glamor high.
Fashion designers also brought lehenga sarees in the fashion. It is normally a saree but giving a lehenga look. It is merging the look of lehenga with the comfort and ease to carry and wear of saree. The result is a wonderful lehenga style saree.

When we talk about Indian wedding lehengas, fashionable choli like fit corsets or bikini patterned blouse, deep back neck or kurti pattern, chosen as the occasion demands. Every little details will enhance your look and up the brio factor. While in bridal lehenga, the tradition is that bride prefers red color lehenga to wear but now the contemporary look changes this trend and now brides are trying different color or mix-matching color combination as to look more elegant and be the center of attraction of the wedding.

Be it designer lehengas, or party-wear lehengas, or the different drapes and styles, women have a wide variety of outfits to choose from. With the boom in online shopping, one can do the same sitting in the comforts of one's home.

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