Whether it is a wedding, festivals or any other big day- there’s nothing that a lehenga choli cannot make happening. Lehenga has transformed or I should say it has been through a lot of transformation in the recent times. As we talk about lehenga, a bridal trousseau is incomplete without a chic lehenga which is no longer found in the shades of red and maroon. You can find a wide variety of lehenga designs available online when it comes to graceful pieces of traditional wear with aesthetic designs. In India, Lehenga has its own place in a bride’s heart or any other person as it makes them look perfect. Whether you are looking for heavy work lehenga choli or a subtle one, there are lehenga suits for every taste woman’s taste. A wide variety of lehenga choli online at the best prices is available at our online store.
Lehengas are believed to have an origin that dates back to the ancient times like in the Mughal era. This style has been carried forward from generations to generations. A basic ensemble of lehenga consists of a skirt, a blouse, and a dupatta. Lehenga is also known as Ghagra choli and chaniya choli in another region. It is also basic everyday attire for most of the women in Gujarat and Rajasthan. In the ancient times, the fabric used in lehenga was silk and brocade. Over the years with the evolution, many other fabrics are also used by the artisans. There are types of lehenga fabrics used in the process of making a lehenga like a chiffon, georgette, crepe, net, satin, velvet, art silk, raw silk and more. You can even choose from a huge selection of designs and fabrics on Tjori.
Lehenga defines the exquisiteness of Indian ethnic wear. As we see today, designers choose fabric which is aesthetic and make them look different and contemporary. Hence, it is not restricted to weddings or festivals. They are also considered as one of the finest options for any function or festivities.
Here are some style tips on different types of lehengas and how you can pair them well with different accessories:
Choose from different sizes and styles lehengas at our online store Tjori:
• You can also shop different types of lehenga on Tjori, Our platform showcases the traditional crafts and making aesthetic designs and patterns. We use block printing, Kalamkari, Ajrakh, Chikankari, Toda and other traditional techniques.
• While most lehenga cholis come with a matching dupatta, there is a collection of lehengas that come with a top (crop top) and an ethnic skirt. Pair them with ethnic footwear and subtle accessory to get the complete look.
• You can also try our range of chikankari lehenga which is really subtle and is graceful in terms of colour and design. They can be easily paired with silver jhumkis and ethnic footwear. Chikankari lehenga comes with intricate a design which looks exquisite in every sense.
• That’s not enough, you can dress up for a friend’s wedding in these aesthetic prints and designs with nice Kundan jewellery or tribal jewellery to make an everlasting impression. From traditional pieces to contemporary designs you can try so many options from Tjori and shop your favourites online with the ease of sitting at home or office.
One of the oldest and most traditional styles, this lehenga has a broad flare and forms a complete circle at the hem. The lehenga has an extra volume and starts with numerous pleats at the hem that makes it look more beautiful. This design can work better with fabrics which can be pleated naturally. You can easily pair this up with Juttis and ethnic jewellery.
Inspired from the mermaids, these lehengas are tight at the knees and flare from the calves in the form of a fishtail. These lehengas are tighter at the hips and the waists and hence must be worn with minimal jewellery and chic footwear to have the best look.
This lehenga consists of horizontal panels of fabrics attached along the flare of the lehenga. This happens because of too many panels of fabrics makes the volume a little more increased. Also, a contrasting set of fabrics is used to give colourful designs. Lehenga is considered one of the best options if you are attending a wedding or a festive function.
This lehenga has an A-line definition to it. The Lehenga is lighter at the waist and flares out to the bottom as the alphabet does. The numbers of pleats in this lehenga are quite less. You can easily pair this up with subtle jewellery, kundan jewellery and classy footwear.
With the trends changing in the market, these have also evolved into the categories of lehengas. These are lehengas that are stitched differently as in the middle of the hem like a trouser or a huge palazzo. But looks and has a flare of the lehenga. These are usually worn with long kurtis.
A straight cut lehenga, as the name indicates, has a straight skirt that flows along with the body curves and doesn’t flare out like the usual lehengas. This is a great option for everyone, since this lehenga is beautiful and gorgeous, you can easily pair this up with earrings or danglers which are heavy ad not wearing any other jewellery.
This style is very fresh and is considered as one of the most comfortable yet stylish designs. The lehengas are kept flared and simple with a stylish long jacket covered in embroidery or any other fabric. Since only the hem of the lehenga is visible through the jacket, these often have broad laces or heavy work on them. This can function of dainty jewellery and chic footwear.
Wear a fresh new ethnic look for every day. You can now shop exclusive ethnic store only at Tjori. Aesthetic ethnic look can be achieved with Tjori range of ethnic wear clothing. You can shop exclusive designs only at Tjori at the best prices. If you planning on stocking up your ethnic wardrobe then Tjori is one stop shop for your ethnic wardrobe. You can get kurtis, designer lehenga, Anarkalis and much more.
This set includes a blouse (crop Top), Dupatta and lehenga, handcrafted in georgette. The chikankari motifs it boasts are a traditional craft, popular mainly in lucknow, India. This set is ideal for festivities.
Showcasing white Chikankari needlework on enchanting mint green fabric, this set of blouse, lehenga and dupatta is a must-have in your festive wardrobe. Handcrafted in georgette, it creates a magnificent ensemble.
Crafted in midnight blue georgette, this gorgeous lehenga has white parsi gara embroidery all over. A drawstring waist with statement-making tassles and a border of plain blue at the end add a chic appeal to this traditional outfit.