Layered Lehenga Cholis in Vogue

Lehenga choli, also known as ghaghra choli, is a three-piece attire comprising the lehenga, choli and dupatta. It is a traditional Indian clothing for women in India, especially in state of Rajasthan and Gujarat. This graceful attire is mostly worn at special occasions like weddings, festivals or parties. This is a common bridal attire mostly in North India and is also the traditional wear of Garba festival in Gujarat.

There are many styles of lehenga cholis available in the market, like A-line, straight cut, fishtail, umbrella cut, etc. Best part of this traditional attire is that it suits almost all body types. It is mostly stitched in fabrics like georgette, georgette chiffon, net, cotton blends, silk, crepe, velvet, banarasi, etc beautifully embellished with sequins, stone, zari, zardozi work.

Layered lehenga choli reflect a perfect blend of tradition and modernism. It is one style which gives a very designer and stylish look. This type of Lehenga cholis have twin layered, multi-layered, high-low hemline with same fabrics or different fabrics creating a layer over one another. As the name suggests, it has several layers of materials on skirt, forming beautiful flares of different sizes from top to bottom of the skirt. They are available in several different designs, with the main classification being carried out on the basis of the layers. Layers are generally made of the same fabrics such as net, cotton, silk, chiffon to name a few. It’s mostly made in net, which goes well with the other materials as well and makes the lehenga feel light in weight.

Confidence is the key to fashion so if you’re comfortable with experimenting then nothing can stop you from slaying a glamorous look without going overboard. It’s time to ditch the cliched lehengas this time and give yourself a completely unique appearance this season. At Rajwadi, you will find the perfect lehenga of your choice from our wide selection.

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