From Kareena Kapoor’s shimmery peach lehenga in Bole Chudiyan to Alia Bhatt’s pink and silver glittery lehenga in Radha, lehngas have always been a part of festive occasions and grand parties. Lehngas are timeless women's ethnic wear, which has quite frankly adapted well with changing times. Seasons might change from time to time, but reasons for wearing lehngas won’t. Variety is the spice of life, and different functions call for different types of lehengas.
Printed Lehnga Design
These lehengas are mostly arched with summery colors. They are lightweight and have fewer to no embellishments. These lehengas are a perfect choice if heavy and embroidered lehngas with elaborate artistry work on them are not something you like. Printed Lehngas are easy to don and carry and do not cause body discomfort or leave marks. It comes out in easy breezy colors and is pleasantly anomalous to other types of lehngas sets.
Off-shoulder blouse lehngas
The fusion of an off-shoulder and lehenga is an irresistible compact choice for wedding celebrations. Firstly, the overall combo look is a bonanza treat to the eyes. Contrasting color scheme, sharara-cut lehngas are the ‘it’ thing, which gives comfort and feel of a well-put look. It has a flare that projects a slimmer and refined body presentation. It is popular both among plus-size women and slim girls.
Another deadly combination, well, not literally but metaphorically, is the half saree lehenga. It is a low flare A-line lehenga that has South Indian roots. The Half saree lehengas are especially worn by women during engagement ceremonies, pre-wedding photoshoots, and pal’s weddings, etc. It suits hourglass-figured women and tall-heightened ladies as it gives them a physical stature that goes well with the design and looks of the saree.
Lehngas pocketed with Jackets
This look is a raging fashion statement these days. Chubby women mostly opt for these lehngas as it covers their fuller areas and carves off a look that is regal, royal, and ladylike. It has also become a common sight at fashion shows and programs. It is a modern ethnic look that every contemporary woman loves to wear.
These lehengas are creating a buzz in the fashion universe. Women are often known to be good decision-makers. Fashion is an expression of our inner self. For women, looking good is not the means of feeling good but quite the opposite. Looking good is the outer reflection or representation of feeling good. Lehngas is not just a part of women’s clothing and popular culture. It is an act of embracing womanhood and embodying the feminine traits of a woman’s agency.