Lehengas are considered as one of the luxurious pieces of all ethnic wear. It is specially opted by bridals to make a grand entrance on their special day. Before determining to buy one, you must know various types of Lehengas that the fashion world has and which is the best for your body shape.
- Circular/ Flared Lehenga
It is one of the oldest and most traditional styles, this lehenga has a broad flare and forms a complete circle. Because of it, it is also called as the circular style of lehenga choli. It gives an impression of flaring when around the air. The lehenga starts with many pleats and it has extreme volume. A waist with heavy work and fancy hangings gives it a beautiful look.
- Sharara cut lehenga
Because of the trends changing in the market, it is also included into lehengas. These lehengas are stitched in the middle of the hem like a huge palazzo but look like lehenga as a whole. These are mostly used with long Kurtis and are usually worn by Muslim brides.
- A-line lehenga
This lehenga has A-line hem. It has a tight fitting on the waist and flares out at the bottom. In this lehenga, the number of pleats are less.
- Mermaid/Fishtail Lehenga
This lehenga has become extremely popular in recent times. It has a wide bottom and it becomes narrow as it goes up and hence worn with a proper bodysuit beneath.
- Panelled lehenga
This lehenga has horizontal panels of fabric attached along the flare of the lehengas. Because of many panels of fabrics, the volume of the flare is increased. If you are attending a traditional function it is the best choice of lehenga to wear.
- Lehenga with a Jacket
This style is new in the market and is getting top hits these days. These lehengas are kept flary and simple with a long jacket covered with embroidery or delicate weaving on velvet. With the type of jacket, you chose, you can have a variety of looks from rich to decent ones as well.
- Half saree lehenga
This lehenga is inspired from the traditional South Indian half saree, it gives a virtual saree look. The look is due to the way one drapes dupatta with the lehenga. It is a low flare A-line lehenga.
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