Lehenga Saree

70s Inspired Black n Gold Churidar Kameez
Ship by 8th Jun 2017
Pink n Cream with Zari Border Lehenga Saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Green and offwhite lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Jewelry style embroidered lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Maroon and beige net lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Black and beige polka dots lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Red and lime green lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Orange and blue net lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Printed border yellow lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Lime green embroidered lehenga saree
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Magenta and orange lehenga saree: KSR2348
Ship by 7th Jun 2017
Jazzy purple net lehenga saree: KSR2208
Ship by 17th Jun 2017
Purple And Magenta Georgette Lehenga Saree
Ship by 27th Jun 2017

Lehenga Saree - A Traditional and Modern Wear.

The lehenga saree is a mixture of saree and traditional lehenga choli. It was started in India but now it is adopted by global customers. It is becoming famous due to its outstanding work, fabrics, bright colors, different patterns and fancy designs and many ladies are wearing these stunning masterpieces for the pujas, parties, family functions and marriages. There are wide ranges of traditional lehenga saree. To determine the strength of the sarees the fabrics play an amazing role. Fabrics like chiffon, crepe and pure silk are the materials used to make it attractive. To make the designer lehenga saree look more stunning, gorgeous and elegant stones, bugle beads, beads, sequins and velvet are used. It also comes with matching blouse material that is best stitched if it has a shallow neck in the back and front. It comes in mind blowing designs and various shades.

This sensuous and dramatically stylish drape looks perfect for the semi formal occasion and evening parties that requires lots of glamor and glitz. The method of draping the Indian lehenga saree is very simple. In fact, it is much easier than draping a regular casual sarees. For draping it you just need to tuck in the plain end of the saree in to the petticoat or a skirt and then you need to make one complete round along your waist, similar to like the regular saree. In a regular saree you have to form pleats by yourself but with these lehenga style saree you do not have to do it as it is tucked in without making any pleats. In these kinds of sarees the pleats are replaced by the panels or gotas at the front by which the flared outline is imparted. Finally, the pallu should be draped over the shoulder like a regular saree.