Lehenga Designs

“Indian Ethnic wear is the epitome of culture and tradition of any festival.” I happen to have read this statement in a magazine and could relate to it so easily. Adding traditional outfits be it a Lehenga, Saree or Salwar Kameez to your wardrobe means oozes of glamour, style and elegance with a touch of Indian Culture. When it comes to selecting an outfit for a wedding or festival, we’ll choose nothing but the best. And now with plenty of designer wear available in the market and online, shopping for ethnic wear is become much easier and less exhausting 😉

Lehengas have been a bridal favourite for many decades for their versatility of style and their ability to make any woman feel like she’s living her fairy-tale dream. In fact lehengas are most preferred by women for any traditional Indian occasion, especially by those who are younger as they aren’t as cumbersome as sarees and don’t require much in the way of draping. It was in the 1990s, when lehengas saw a resurgence as Indian fashion designers started to reinvent the garment for movies. It was the image of stunning movie stars glowing as brides in their wedding lehengas that had Indian women everywhere ditching the dated saree. Indian fashion weeks became the norm and every fashionista wanted to experiment with the newest silhouette. Lehengas went from standard umbrella styles to Straight lehengas, A-line lehengas, Panelled lehengas, Mermaid or Fish Tail Style lehengas and much more.
Lehengas saw another style revolution around the 2010s when women no longer wanted to bother with draping a dupatta because they craved for the freedom of movement of western clothing. This ushered in the age of fusions as lehenga-sarees, gown-lehengas, anarkali-lehengas and half-half lehengas made an appearance followed by the currently trendy high-waisted flared lehengas with crop tops and cold shoulder tops.

With so many celebrities spotting designer lehengas at events or wedding functions, wearing lehengas have become a trend be it for a bride, bridesmaid or for festivals.


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