Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Trending Lehenga Choli designs

There is nothing other than a bridal lehenga choli when it comes to the wedding season. We all love wearing the traditional bridal lehenga on the special day of the wedding to look charming and we all try to blend in a modernized way. We have picked up the top trending lehenga choli designs to make it easier for you to choose your lehenga today!
Super Crop Cholis:
Super crop first-rate square measure terribly in at once, and are great for unconventional brides who want to doll up their look! Here’s our selection of the newest crop cholis with gota work – red royal silk and burgundy velvet cholis paired with embroidered and zardozi motif lehengas. This will make a perfect bold bridal lehenga.
Long Kurta or Kameez:
This season, kameez with ghararas paired with dupattas is back in trend. some of the collections of Reynu Taandon and Sabyasachi: the Kurtas embellished with gota and the embroidery work which is paired with rhinestone embellished ghagra or the broad bordered lehenga.
Shoulder, Sleeve or Pre- Draped Dupatta:
This trend is really in vogue this season. These designer cholis have shoulder cut-outs or sleeves stitched with capes or dupattas. Pairing it up with embroidered lehengas would be a great option to wear it to your BFF’s or family wedding.
Sheer Cholis:
I love these non-traditional concept cholis designed by Manish Malhotra. sheer choli with floral or the leaf motifs embroidered on it has been very picky this season. This can be a great option to dress up in any sangeet and engagement party.
Contrast Cholis:
It’s rare to see the three pieces – lehenga, choli, and dupatta in different colors. This season we saw this trend on the runways. A choli of burgundy colored paired with zardozi applique cream lehenga with maroon colored dupatta having the floral embroidery.

Fringe
Fringes took over western-wear in 2015, and now we’re seeing this Indo-western trend in cholis, too. It’s a very wearable trend for parties and sangeet. Here’s a gold-bearing fringe choli paired with a pastel colored lehenga with blue embroidery. This is the most modern bridal lehenga choli.
Traditional
The traditional cholis are going to be in fashion forever. Embellished gota work cholis paired with lined dupattas and sleek lehengas look glam for any occasion.
So did you prefer these latest lehenga shirt styles and our choice of style cholis? Which design would you select for this wedding function? Let us grasp below!

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