The people of India have colorful & different outfits which has gained popularity not just in India but casting its magic on western women’s also. The original creation of Rajasthan, designer Indian Lehenga Choli has become the center of attraction of all festival and parties. The traditional dress for women in Rajasthan and Gujarat is the Lehanga Choli. Lehenga Cholihad developed since the times of the tribals and nomads of ancient times.
The silk saris, brightly mirrored cholis, colorful lehangas and the traditional salwar-kameez have spellbound to many travellars. Indian lehanga choli has traveled a long way from Mughal royal court to the Wedding Pandals.It is said in the history that it was the apparel since the Mughal era. It took the status of the festivity wardrobe. Lehanga means a beautiful pleated skirt and tight fitting blouse called Choli along with the elegant odhni or Dupatta. During the Indian wedding we can see the colorful display of bridal wear.
Lehangas happens to be one of the ancient dress in which India holds a leading position. In different parts of India, brides wear different kinds of garments, ornaments and adornments. A Punjabi Bride would wear a Salwar Kameez, while a Maharashtrian bride would wear a nine yard sari and a Rajasthani bride would consistently wear Lehanga.
Most preferably the Ghagra Choli which is also known as Lehanga Choli and Chaniya Choli. A lehanga is a long skirt and is worn with long or short, the choli which is stitched and fitted blouse. The lehanga is worn at the waist and leaves the back and midriff open. 2.5 meters of light transparent georgette material is used as a scarf or veil.Choli is usually tight fitted to give one the perfect look.Dupatta is not compulsory but it definitely embellishes the beauty. Dupatta comes up in a different beautiful color shades with designs and are draped in distinct styles. The latest draping style is to wrap it round the arms to give a unique look Mirror work, Zari, Gota, Meenakari, Kundan and Resham work looks simply fabulous. A fine blend of tradition with modern novelty can create a Lehanga in shot-color i.e. a base reflecting two colors, one overlapping with the other.
For the ethnic look designers are working on cuts and shapes like A-Cut, Straight cut, Umbrella cut, Fish cut or Mermaid cut. Trendy Lehangas come up in fish cut which are tight up to the knee and then it takes a twist. The lower part is frilly and loose and the Choli is made in the style of jacket with a deep necks and backlines. Brides usually go for this type in the special day of their lives. Bridal Lehangas consists of significant designs. Often styles of presenting differ according to the demands of the customer. It is now most important to buy a right Lehanga for the wedding ceremony. It is advisable to take the tips before indulging in outfit.