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LEHENGA ONLINE

Blue Long choli Lehenga

USD 145
USD 145
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Dispatch on 08th Nov

Cream Art Silk Long Choli Lehenga

USD 56
USD 56
AS7RS006
Dispatch on 08th Nov

Blue Art Silk Long Choli Lehenga

USD 56
USD 56
AS7RS003
Dispatch on 08th Nov

Pink A Line Long Choli Lehenga

USD 145
USD 145
AS07PF190
Dispatch on 08th Nov

Pink Coloured Lehenga with Dupatta

USD 84
USD 84
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Dispatch on 03rd Nov

Lehengas Online

Every Indian girl visualizes herself to look beautiful in a lehenga choli during her D- Day. Lehenga Cholis, which is another traditional form of Indian clothing, have been Indian brides’ trousseau staple for ages now. The lehenga cholis, got a new dimension with the Mughal era.  It became the attire of the royal ladies and aristocracy, and was worn regularly during occasions.

The Skirt or the ghagra has evolved from the antariya. It becomes tabular, when stitched from one side or can be gathered around the waist and worn with a girdle or drawstring.

The blouse called choli is paired with the skirt, which looks similar to the saree blouse.

The Dupatta, completes the whole look of the attire. The dupatta is most commonly worn in seedha pallu style. It can further by styled by putting it across the chest covering both the shoulders. Nowadays however, it is also worn like a scarf, or carried on the side apart from many other styles.

The South Indian women, for instance, wear Lehenga Cholis which is also known as pattu pavadam, before puberty, i.e., when they change into a saree denoting that they are of a marriageable age. The pavadam is an airy comfortable skirt which allows girls to play freely. The choli is long in the style of a shirt. The Dupatta is however, not worn until there is special occasion.

The lehengas, mostly made out of silk, can be sourced from different silk regions across Indian like Bangalore, Mysore, Assam silk, along with brocade, georgette, chiffon and net. , thereby exuding sheer elegance and style. A combination of these is also used today to add volume to the skirt. Lehengas most popularly are made in a puffy umbrella shape. However, other styles like the mermaid, bodycon and flair also have many patrons.

Cotton lehengas are also catching up, these days and can be casually paired with choli, crop top or designer cholis. From kalamkari and Chikankari to Block prints and tie-dye, these lehengas come with beautiful handloom work.

However, when Indian lehenga and saree come together, they make an amazing trend of lehenga saree. This essentially is a stiched saree and the final look is the cross between a saree and a lehenga, with pleats on pallu properly pinned to the choli.  Chiffon and georgette with net is the fabric of choice for the lehenga style saree as they drape beautifully, making it a suitable wear for festive occasions.

Lehenga gowns have also recently caught the attention of the fashionsitas. This Western yet ethnic outlook to the lehenga has won the hearts of young girls all over the country and is a frequently spotted style at weddings.

In fact, from A-line lehengas to lehengas with full flare and much more, modern day silhouettes with interesting designs are customized as the per the modern tastes and choices.  

Designer lehengas, embellished with rich embroidery, precious and semi-precious stones, gold and silver thread work, make frequent display to the not only to royal couture and but make rounds of the fashion ramps, thereby perfecting the attire for the brides.

Wedding lehenga, with unique design, gorgeous colours, zari work and much more are heavier affairs.  The cholis are similarly made and paired with gorgeous dupattas to complete the look. Traditional bridal jewellery like a maang tika, satlada, naulakha, etc. works brilliantly with bridal lehengas.

At Indian Silk House Agencies, has exclusive range of lehenga. Women with modern tastes can opt for the sensually fitted mermaid cut lehengas, while those with a more traditional sense of style can go for the classic voluminous and flared lehenga.

Even the choli designs can vary a lot. From traditional full sleeve blouses to daringly cut v-neck pieces, we offer all types of cholis to pair with a lehenga.

At Indian Silk House Agencies, we have a wide range of international locations within our delivery network, as well as a host of different payment methods and custom tailoring services. Lehenga online shopping has never been this easy.

So, start shopping online Shop online for the beautiful lehenga sets only on the online ethnic store of Indian Silk House Agencies, which brings best designs and designers from across India.

And , if you are looking to pick an exclusive piece, hurry up and log onto www.indiansilkhouseagencies.com   to treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind lehenga set.

You can choose Pick out some exquisite Indian jewelry to pair with the lehengas you buy online. The type of jewelry chosen will depend on the lehenga styles. For instance, a classic Rajasthani lehenga with mirror work and brilliant tie and dye prints, should be paired with chunky oxidized jewelry sets and colorful bangles. On the other hand, the glamorous net lehengas with sparkling sequins designs can be paired with dangling diamond earrings and silver jewelry sets.

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