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Flaunt Your Lehenga with a Twist

Do you want to look strikingly gorgeous for the up and coming wedding party season? Start off by ditching the run-of-the-mill Lehenga and give a fresh twist to it by putting on a georgette belt with a flowy drape; team it up with cigarette pants worn underneath a beautifully embellished sheer Lehenga of soft net.

Here is what the Indian designers have come out with:

Show off gracefully wearing a georgette belt with a flowy drape and stylistic embellishments with your wedding Lehenga. Any colour that complements well with your Lehenga skirt can be selected. Adorn your drape with hefty embroidery or make it pleated – just the way you like it.


You can also do the color blocking using a nice stitched plain cotton, silk shirt with flared Lehenga having the same fabric. The Lehenga can be adorned with embellished motifs at the bottom or teamed with heavy statement jewellery at the border.

Lend a trendy look to your traditional outfit like a Lehenga Choli by simply adding a brocade or embellished collar to it. You can also afford to give it a medieval look by coalescing with flashy or large sleeves. A range of cold shoulder blouses has become mainstream in bridal wear collection.

And for some more drama – Throw a sleeveless jacket over your cold-shoulder choli. Create a ‘by-gone’ era look by embellishing the cold-shoulder detail with numerous pearl strands.

Stand out by changing the Lehenga skirt cut, and give it a wrap-around or an extra gaudy palazzo look. Give it a bold indo-western look —the flamenco may inspire you— for the one-piece Lehenga and combine it with a knee-high slit with ruffles.

Wear a good fitting brocade cigarette pants underneath an impressive embellished sheer Lehenga of soft net that construe with a princess-line silk blouse which is hand embroidered.

Let your usual blouses take a short break. Pretty organza top featuring peplum waist with embroidery on the neck to waist can beautifully collocate with cotton silk Lehenga which is heavily embroidered, with a flowy dupatta. Accentuate further with a belt for a sassy look and sensuous feel.

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Shameer is a Copywriter, Scriptwriter, Blogger and Digital Media Enthusiast who can develop digital blah blah in a gamut of subjects.  When he has nothing worthwhile to do, he creates a lot of fuss on fashion fad and Indo-fashion fusion trends at until he finds something else interesting to cover.

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