Bridal Lehenga

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Bridal Lehenga

The lenghas and ghagra cholis were brought to India by Mughals. It was the customary wear of royal women of Mughals. Gradually, the local people of Punjab and adjacent areas adopted the dress and adapted it according to their needs. As far as the local trends of wearing ghagra choli is concerned, it relate to the north western states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. The women of Rajasthan, especially the Rajput brides used to wear lehnga choli not just on the occasion of weddings but also as their informal/usual wear. The same was true with the women of Gujarat who wore the chaniya choli a form of lehnga choli as their daily wear. These Indian lehnga cholis were often in bright colors and overstated with embroidery and other trim like mirror and bead.

Pakistani Bridal Lehengas 2011 are very fashionable and have a huge variety of bridal wear lehngas that are appropriate for Asian brides,From long time ago the lehengas are the habitual dress of Asia and women wore lehngas in their daily habit life but from time to time this tradition and convention change and now this dress is only for proper wear.

Girls for attain stylish and standard look like to wear lehngas on their weeing as well as on the wedding parties of their relative or friends.Pakistani designer work a lot in the field of fashion particularly for bridal wear and now we proudly present their designed wedding Lehengas.

We offer designer sherwanis for men, including indo westerns, jodhpuri suits, kurta pajama (pyjama) and many more.For women offer designer sarees with custom stitch blouse for any size, length and style. salwar kameez can also be made as patiala suit or anarkali or churidar any length and width.

Lehenga or lehnga or lehanga is one of the important outfit for brides throughout her wedding. All lehenga are appropriate for brides, bridesmaid and family members of the bride.

Lehenga Styles

A lehnga or ghagra differ from others due to its style. There are many lehenga styles that can be selected by different women based on their own body type.

Straight Cut Lehngas

The lehnga has no curve and is cut in straight lines. It can be linked to the design of a column dress in a slim shape which flow straight down to the border. This lehnga style looks best on bend figures, both short and tall. Sometimes pleats or gatherings are included for the ease of wearer’s movements. The bridal lehengas are usually straight cut lehengas.

Fish Cut Lehengas

The mermaid dress style of lehnga cling to the body from the waistline to the knee and then expand outwards giving a flare result. The lehnga can be given any shape- round, declare or flamenco. The lenghas in fish cut may or may not have fishtails This style best suits the slim and neat body types. The fish cut lehenga is more of bollywood style.

A-line Lehengas

The A-line lehenga fits around the bodice and flows out to the earth just like the letter “A”. Fabrics like silk, satin or organza is favored while making this type of Lehengas. It suits almost all the body types except for women who do not have a definite waistline.

Circular Lehengas

Designer Lehenga these are the customary bridal lehengas and give a ideal recognized look. They have a very large boundary at the hemline. A number of fabrics like satin or chiffon can be used to make it. These lehengas give the feeling of a fairy tale wedding and as they are made with a good amount of fabric, they are ideal for slim or pear-shaped figures.

Kali Ghagras

This representative Rajasthani lehnga style includes panels or ‘kalis’ organized from two or more types of fabrics. These kalis are then fond of with each other length to length in order to make a lehenga with a good style. The basics of cutting and sewing such lehengas remain similar to that of a underskirt. The difference lies in the choice of pretty fabric and other additions like zari work, mirror work, embroidery etc.


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