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Every girl dreams to look her best on her marriage day. Every bride wants to wear the most traditional yet stylish lehenga in city.
On the day of the marriage, the bride can look royal by selecting the perfect dress as well as the look that best suit her personality. Despite many options available in the market, Lehenga-Choli has become one of the most preferred choices of the girls who will soon become brides. A fancy Lehenga gives a charming look to the bride as well as represents the Indian dressing aura.
Different wedding dresses are chosen by brides all over the world. Even within a country Indian brides choose dresses depending on their community and what appeals to their personality, trends and style sensibilities. Indian brides have a choice between sarees, evening gowns, & lehenga-cholis. Out of these bridal lehengas are most common. For brides who want to look glamourous and contemporary then lehenga choli is the best option as the cut, colour, fabric of the lehenga choli set the bride apart from a bride who wears a saree.
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Indian long-established wear is of several kinds. You have sarees, salwar kameez and the ever favourite lehengas. In an Indian wedding, the women of the family can even spend months deciding what to wear. However, the most time consuming and difficult decision to make is the bride’s wedding dress. She is the centre of attention and her outfit is what matters the most. For an Indian bride, especially the north Indian bride, the favoured bridal outfit is lehnga – a combination of long skirt (lehenga), blouse (choli) and stole (dupatta).
So what are these latest trends in lehengas? Well, until a few years ago contemporary was in and now traditional lehengas suddenly seem to be in demand. Thanks to movies and television shows, Indian brides are choosing to go all out traditional when it comes to choosing their bridal lehengas.
A lehenga usually is a full pleated skirt in colours like orange, pink, red, maroon, green and yellow. The cut of the blouse (choli) has been modernised and you have everything from tight fighting corsets to bikini patterned tops. The blouse can also be backless or with strings, adding glamour to an otherwise traditional outfit. Halter necklines and strapless blouses are also in trend.