Lehenga design is an artistic work and as creativity flows in, more and more designs are created. Lehengas or Ghaghra Choli are part of traditional Indian culture since ancient times. Lehenga or Ghaghra is a long skirt that is usually embroidered and/or pleated along with a blouse known as Choli.
Let us look at different and latest types of Lehengas that you can buy with complete peace of mind from Fashion Kart as we offer Free Shipping, Cash on Delivery and Easy returns with full Refunds. You may find Bridal Lehengas which are very expensive to Lehengas under Rs 1,000 at the bottom of this post.
- Bridal Lehenga Designs
- Silk Lehengas
- Jacket Lehengas
- Net Lehengas
- A-Line design of Lehengas
- Panelled lehengas
- Crop top Lehengas
- Ruffle Lehengas
- Mermaid Lehenga designs
- Half Saree Lehengas
- Lehengas under Rs 1000
Bridal Lehenga Designs
Anything that the bride wears has to be special as marriage is one of the most important day of life. Bride prefers designer Lehengas and they are embellished richly with Zari work.
They are the most popular type of Lehengas with the fabric used as Silk. Sometimes Tapeta silk is also used as the last two Lehengas below.
Latest Jacket Lehenga designs
For those who are not as thin as one would like, Jacket Lehengas are quite good as the Jacket hides the belly.
Latest Net Lehenga designs
As designers become more creative, Lehengas are also made with Net fabric. The fabric is soft, fragile and has open spaces. Below Lehengas are made with Net fabric and Banglori Silk blouse.
A-Line design of Lehengas
Top of the Lehenga is small and it expands as it goes down giving the shape of letter “A“. This is quite common and generally suits to the tall women.
This design of Lehenga has more panels that usual and gives it an astonishing and heavy look.
Crop top Lehengas
This design of Lehenga sports a Crop top to give it a modern look.
In this type of Lehengas, there are multiple ruffles of horizontal fabric that gives it a unique look.
Mermaid Lehenga designs
In this type of Lehenga design, the bottom of the Lehenga looks like a fish tail giving mesmerizing look of a mermaid.
Half Saree Lehengas
This design of Lehenga helps to have the best of the both worlds. If you are not comfortable wearing a Saree, this helps to give you the similar look.
Lehengas under Rs 1000
Sometimes, we are not looking to spend all on a dress and here we have for you designs of Lehengas under Rs 1000. Here are the latest designer affordable ones that you can wear often and spread your fashion quotient.
Lehengas in Indian culture and regions
Lehenga is a three-piece cloth. Blouse or Choli at the top with Dupatta to drape in many styles and a long skirt at the bottom known as Lehenga or Ghaghra. Usually, Lehenga is tied with a thread at the waist and the top is above the navel. Lehengas can be worn with different styles of Dupattas which could be on one side or fall from both of them.
It is generally made in silk fabric though with the creativity of designers velvet, net and Taffeta silk are also being used often. Lehengas are generally embroidered / embellished with Zari as per its design giving it a rich look.
Wearing Lehenga is tied to Indian tradition and it is quite common to see ladies flaunting their Lehengas during festivals like Karwachauth etc. It is also very common for a bride particularly North Indian Bride to wear a Lehenga. With so many designs and varieties of Lehenga, it can be worn by all types of women.
Brides usually wear quite heavy Lehengas made of silk or velvet with a lot of Zari embroidery work on the same. Over time, designer Lehengas like crop top Lehengas have also come up for the modern regular wear.
Lehengas in Bollywood
Lehengas are the favorite of our Bollywood icons as well which leaves no opportunity to flaunt them apart from other clothing styles at any of the social gatherings.
References – Wikipedia