Bridal Lehengas

Bridal Lehengas are in. Surprisingly, they never seem to go out of fashion. New designs and styles are created very often to keep the lehenga tradition alive.

What is a lehenga

A Lehenga is a long skirt worn that comes with a choli or a short blouse and a dupatta, also known as odhni.

Women in villages and towns all over Rajasthan and Gujarat wear lehengas.  They are simple lehengas in cotton printed material. The lehenga styles in the villages have largely remained the same.  In addition, it is a commonplace daily wear dress.

Bridal lehengas

However, the bridal lehengas and designer lehengas that are available in  metro cities are fashionable wear. Firstly, they are available in silk, satin, chiffon or georgette. You will find a lot of heavy zardozi and sequins work on the lehengas to make it look gorgeous for a bride.

Brides and young ladies are constantly looking for newer designs to wear contemporary bridal lehengas. Bollywood heroines set the trends for new lehenga styles. Designers such as Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra, Anamika Khanna, Ritu Kumar and Tarun Tahiliani are some of the popular  names in the bridal wear category. Their creations in the form of designer lehengas are simply perfect for the new-age bride.

Moreover, they infuse the old zardozi or gota pati embroidery work on newer fabrics and newer textiles. The idea is to create a contemporary lehenga with a global appeal. Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor are some of the famous Bollywood actresses that inspired us with their designer lehengas.

It is the most popular dress for a North Indian bride. It comes in a variety of styles and designs. Also, silver and gold zardozi work and glitzy sequins add the glamour to the lehenga choli designs.

Shops Available at Delhi:-Frontier Raas, OMPrakash Jawaharlal, Designer Wear, Ritu Kumar, Anita Dongre 

DLF Emporio Mall 

Shops  at Jaipur:-Nidhi Tholia, Ranas

Available at Chennai:-Kay, Moksha

Shop in Bangalore:-Deepam

Available at Mumbai:-Seasons, Aishwarya Design Studio, Aza, Neeta Lulla

 

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