Not Comfortable in a Saree? Well, go for a Lehenga-Saree!

by Manish Manral Internet Marketing Executive
For most of the ladies, if it is the season of weddings then of course, it is the time for choosing between lehengas and sarees. The latest trend assimilates both of the section and it can be the most appropriate outfit for every woman as it has the traditional look of a saree and it is much more comfortable as you don’t have to do the pleats as it is combined with a choli and ghagra. Let us check on the variety of materials, designs and many more about the ‘lehenga sarees’.

All about the fusion of Lehenga and a saree:

Sarees have always been the sexiest outfit for every Indian woman and for the wedding season the traditional sarees are presented with the modern day twist on them. It is basically punched with the choli and a long embroidered dupatta or churni as you may call it and known as the lehenga saree. Compared with the traditional sarees, the method of draping the lehenga style is much simple and hassle free and it doesn’t require the front pleats. Lehenga is actually and typically attributed to the would-be brides, but with the new experiments and styling it has now become the option for everyone regardless of the age. You can have a look on the riot of colors and designs of the lehenga saree available everywhere. 
Choose your Colour and Shine Brightly

In case of the lehenga saree designs, the dark shades are in high demand as well with the pastel shades. The pastel colors are highlighted with the shiny golden zari on them and the dupattas are just the add-on. The pastel shades have the perfect dreamy look with the perfect grace. The combination of red and golden can give you the mesmerizing look for the day. 
Fabrics Matched with Correct Embellishment gives you the Dazzling Look

The lehenga sarees are mostly available in materials like brasso, brocade, crepe, satin, silk, chiffon, georgette, and net materials and as well in velvets. Embellishments that are mostly used for the sarees include silver and golden embroidery, metal beads, glass beads, real pearls, lace work, kundan, and glittering stones etc. 
Look Gorgeous with the Colourful Lehenga Sarees

The nude colors are matched with heavy embroidery work on them and bright colors are in well accordance with golden or silver zardosi work. There is a variety of lehenga saree designs available with the mirror work on them. The mirror worked lehenga saree is mostly available in geometric shapes and are perfect party wear. The shiny golden or silver lehenga sarees are made with the rich sequins work in gold or silver and has the tassels to have the gorgeous look. Apart from all of the above mentioned lehenga saree the patch-worked multicolored lehenga sarees are just out of the box. They are often styled with single colored choli and dupatta. 
Be Out of the Box with a Quirky Style

The quirky style with a koti can be styled well with an embroidered jacket on it and you can have the party look. Another variety of this category which can actually set the wedding look to its highest level is the mix and match of the semi transparent dupattas or the choli with the basic and heavy worked ghagra. The georgette lehenga sarees are combined with the net made dupattas and the heavy work can be seen on both the borders of the dupatta. 
Jacket will give Your Lehenga Saree a Perfect Look

The lehenga sarees can be also styled up with a jacket or with a belt to have a classier look. If you are styling it up with a jacket then you can simply chuck off the dupatta and if you are pairing it up with a belt then it gives you the most hassle free and neat look. With the belt on the top you don’t need to take care of your dupatta. The dramatic looks of the ruffles on the dupattas can be another delicacy that you can try out. 

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About Manish Manral Senior   Internet Marketing Executive

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