We all know that Indian Lehenga choli are very famous attire around the world because of his dressing standard. Lehenga Choli became popular as attire amongst women mainly in North India, during the 10th century. Lhenga choli is three piece attire; lehenga is a long skirt for the bottom. Choli is also called ‘blouse’, it is generally embroidered, printed or embellished and is worn with fitting. Lehenga choli is paire with a dupatta. Its covers the mid-riff and head. Making lehenga choli it’s hard task to tailoring department and those who does the embroidery on lehenga and choli. People love to wear handmade lehenga but to maintain the marked demand people are using machine embroidery. Lehenga choli takes about a minimum of twenty days depending on factors like the fabric, embellishments. Lehengas are mainly worn to very special events such as weddings, parties and festivities. However, depending on the amount of detailing on the lehenga, one can team it with ethnic jewelry, like kundan, polka, meenakari, etc.
If we talk about verities of lehenga, there are a lot of variations to the lehenga – the Sharara, Gharara and Lacha. The Sharara, Lacha and Gharara are lower attires, emerging from the 18th and 19th century and resemble flared pants. The Sharara has a joint below or at the knee level, while the skirt below spreads out. The Sharara is worn with a Kurti and one or more dupattas. When two dupattas are worn, one is usually used as a veil and the other is draped on the shoulders. It is generally worn on weddings.
Circular lehenga choli it’s a very nice design to each and every women and girl. These kind of design is very wide in bottom and waist as well. These kinds of dresses are very common in wedding, dance party and any more events.
A line. Ghagra cholis come in many avatars; cotton chaniya cholis which are worn by women from Rajasthan and Gujarat, party wear ghagra cholis usually stitched in georgette, crepe, or silk. Wedding ghagra cholis are detailed with a lot of heavy embellishments like bead, Swarovski crystals, rhinestones, kundan, sequins and lot more in vibrant colors and patterns. Tie and dye ghagra cholis, bead & mirror work lehenga choli are also popular.