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LEHENGA

LEHENGA

Lehenga

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LEHENGA

Ethnic wear in India needs proper styling and the right pairing with all the accessories. The most popular Indian wear includes Salwar Kameez, Palazzo Suits, Kurtis, and other outfits. Among these prominent traditional attires, Lehenga is one of the most preferred and demanded clothing. Women have ample choices when it comes to Indian clothing, but for special occasions and celebrations, Lehenga Choli is considered to be their number one choice. The look in a Lehenga can be transformed in effortless and unique ways. Dupatta in this attire plays an important role in styling for women for their perfect ‘outfit of the day’ moments. The fashion industry has lately experienced a dramatic transformation when it comes to colors, sleeve design, fabrics, texture, etc.

Women these days have started taking their looks for special occasions very seriously and Lehenga has become an important part of their ethnic closet. From bridesmaid to Brides, many women have become highly experimental in carrying Lehenga and they try to explore new ways for this attire. The traditional Lehenga for girls with heavy mirror work, embroidered Lehenga Choli are adorned on different occasions and events. It is that ethnic wear which is preferably worn by many women as it is easy to wear and can be customized in different ways. Since the inception of this attire and up until now, there have been numerous additions and changes made in the look and feel of this outfit. So, whether you love to slay in sophistication or want to slay in style, Jalebe has a huge collection of traditional wear for everybody.

The flare of a Lehenga beautifully falls around the ankles. The skirt of this outfit is often pleated and embroidered for ritual or formal occasions such as a wedding. The skirt hangs from the waistline leaving the lower back and midriff uncovered. This outfit is generally paired with a blouse (also called Choli) and a dupatta which can be draped in several distinct ways. A Lehenga is different from Sarees in a way that sarees are an unstitched piece of fabric draped around the waist, unlike Lehenga, which is a sewed cloth. The top of a Lehenga is called Choli. The lower part of this traditional outfit is a type of full ankle-length flared skirt. Lehenga is a popular Indian ethnic wear that is majorly worn in the northern parts of India and among Indian sub-continents. An expansive range of designer Lehengas offered by Jalebe is a perfect fit for every mood. Add these unique and designer pieces right away to your traditional collezione.