Never Be Out of Ideas for the Perfect Lehenga(2020)! Reuse Your Old Ones or Buy New One to Dress Up in Your Dream Lehenga!

Never Be Out of Ideas for the Perfect Lehenga(2020)! Reuse Your Old Ones or Buy New One to Dress Up in Your Dream Lehenga!

It does not matter if you are a pro at traditional dressing or still trying to grasp the basics of it, sometimes you just run out of ideas to achieve the perfect result. Read our tips and tricks to try for your next lehenga. You can up-cycle your old ones in a way that no one can ever recognize them. Or you can buy new trendy party-wear lehengas from our choice of the best of so many available online.

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How to Rock Your Lehenga

Whenever you are looking to buy a new lehenga or even if thinking of wearing one of your existing ones, the first thing that comes to your mind is the colour and design of the piece. Thanks to our local and branded designers, there is no dearth of finding the perfect lehenga for any occasion. Keep in mind that different styles of wearing it and suitable accessories can complete your look and make your lehenga stand out among all.

Mix N Match


If you are thinking of putting together a lovely ensemble, consider the mix and match techniques. With all the items in your closet, you can always create something new just by using some creativity. For instance, put together a unique outfit with a solid high-waist skirt and a floral blouse, and pair it with any old heavy worked dupatta. You can become the highlight of the evening while showing off your creativity. You can even add chunky earrings or minimal jewellery to go with it. You can consider using your off-shoulder top with the skirt or lehenga and ditch the dupatta, altogether.

Pair with Embroidered Blouse

Embroidery is considered as a folk art in India and it offers endless ways to make your lehenga stand out. Today, with the popularity of lehenga, the embroidered lehenga is used in many forms. Combine a plainly designed lehenga skirt with a bright embroidered blouse. It will be better if embroidered with golden thread as it will enhance the look. This style is sure to bring lots of attention to your outfit.

Style Your Dupatta

Dupatta is not just a part of the Indian attire, it is also used as the most essential accessory This versatile strip of cloth gives you various options to play around with while wearing a lehenga. You can pick a dupatta in one colour and stiff material with no or little work to give you a more surreal and dignified look.

There are varieties of dupattas and many styles to wear it in. Khara dupattas are considered to be the most elegant ones among all. There are also the bandhej or Rajasthani dupattas which are famous across the country. The chiffon ones with traditional mirror work look rich and comfortable to wear due to its lightweight. You can also consider a velvet dupatta which is an ideal choice for winter wedding, but don't forget to use a lightweight lehenga with it to keep the balance.

Indo-Western Fusion

You can master this new trend of Indo-Western fusion wear to complete your festive look perfectly. Consider combining your lehenga-choli with a jacket, which can be in a formal or asymmetric cut. Or you can choose cape blouses with long lehengas to give a princess look. Since most of the lehengas are very traditional, you can even balance it with western accessories.

Another idea is to wear jeans and t-shirt with your lehenga, which can be of any colour or use a dupatta and choli with fashioned pants to give an entirely different look. Use a metallic blouse or wear a corset choli with your lehenga to give a fusion look.

New Lehenga Designer Dress

Lehenga is one of the most traditional and feminine costumes in the world, which is loved by Indian women and girls, living all over the world. Lehengas are the staple outfit in Indian weddings, special occasions and a wide array of other festivals and cultural events.

Unique Embroidered Lehenga


The combination of light and dark is a guaranteed way of creating a great attire, just like this deep blue and off-white lehenga from Peach Mode. It is eye-catching party wear made from Banarasi silk fabric, which has a beautiful peacock motif on a deep blue choli. The top or choli is of satin material with a net dupatta along with the dress.

The dimension of the lehenga is upto 40 to 42 inches waist size, the length is also 40 to 42 inches, the length of the top is 0.8 meters and the length of the dupatta is 2 meters. You can get 100% quality assurance and an option for cash on delivery. The price is Rs. 1,326 after a discount. Make an impressive fashion statement with this party wear lehenga choli.

The desirable banarasi floral motif in the off-white lehenga with a blue unstitched satin blouse and netted blue dupatta completes the total look of the attire. It is specially designed to wear to any function, reception, festival, ceremony or family occasion, where you can easily be the centre of attention. Pair it up with sleek and classy accessories to complete your exclusive look.

White Bridal Lehenga

In today’s fashion world white lehenga choli has gained much popularity. So much so that it is used as bridal wear too. Many brides are loving the pure heavenly look of the white lehenga. Fabrics like cotton, silk and linens are considered to be the best for it.

Consider this option of perfect white attire. Panash India presents the white hand-embroidered beautiful fish cut lehenga choli set, which looks modern as well as traditional. The net and georgette lehenga is beautified by rich Aari work, with thread and sequin details. The border is rich and golden in colour, giving a sleek look to the dress. The strapped blouse is of georgette in white, with a net dupatta in beige colour. Both have traditional zardozi embroidery work. The underneath lining is taffeta which is great quality material. The maximum length of the blouse is 15 inches and the lehenga is 43 inches long. The price for this exclusive garment is Rs. 21, 660 with 20% off.

Saree Lehenga

Lehenga saree combines the look of a common lehenga with a saree, along with all its draping styles. There are various types of lehenga sarees like A-Line lehenga saree, Mermaid or Fishtail, Panelled, Trailed, and Sahara Lehenga.

This dark shaded multi-coloured ombre-eyed lehenga-saree garment from Myntra looks elegant and is perfect for any night time occasion. It has contrast taping along the border, along the upper pallu and even the lower skirt border. It has embroidered applique on the upper and lower skirt portion with A detailed pleat.

This gorgeous attire comes with an unstitched blouse piece. The length of the skirt is 5.5 meters plus 0.8 meters for the blouse piece. The blouse fabric is poly cotton and the lehenga saree material is nylon based. The price of the piece is Rs. 10,125. You can also get a discount with the help of coupon codes. So, the next festive season stands out from the rest with this ombre designed lehenga saree party wear, complete with some matching jewellery for a refined look.

Lehenga With A Jacket

A jacket or overcoat with a lehenga is one of the latest style sensation, which features a traditional lehenga. Here only the dupatta of the traditional lehenga has been replaced with a long jacket. This jacket can be styled alone while leaving the tedious dupatta aside or the dupatta can even be placed pinned up on one shoulder of the jacket.

Whichever the style you choose, the traditional jacket lehenga gives one a lot of freedom to move around without the hassle of a dupatta. The jacket length varies from long to short according to one’s choice. The sleeves can be any length or even sleeveless. The colour can be contrasting to that of the lehenga. Generally, the material of the jacket is of silk, net or brocade type. This can be considered to be a smart option for party wear outfit for every woman.

Kalki Fashion has this bright sun yellow lehenga with the same colour crop top as a choli crafted with cowl drape and layered bell sleeves. The matching sleeveless crop top is in raw silk with zardozi, thread embroidered motif, zari and gotta patch. The hemline is zigzag, with a hexagon cut. The jacket is in georgette material with thread, zari and sequin work in a geometric pattern. The price of this dress is Rs. 10,140 and you will get it in various sizes.

Mermaid Style Lehenga

If you also think that a fish-cut or mermaid style lehenga would not fit everyone, then let us tell you that it is just a myth. This type of lehenga covers your body well and makes you look taller and slimmer. There are many fish-cut lehengas which will make you look confident and elegant as compared to other flared options. Also, if you have a tight budget, then it can be helpful for you, as the more the flare, the more you will need to pay.

You can also drape the dupatta in various styles with a mermaid dress, as there are a lot of options to carry it with a figure-hugging dress like this. Most girls like the colour pink and this pink lehenga from India Emporium is a classic example of mermaid cut lehenga. It looks pristine and its mystic beauty is enhanced with all the thread work, that envelops the dress magnificently. Though it is from the bridal lehenga choli collection but is still appropriate for party wear. The weight is 4 kg and the fabric is beautiful crepe, will look different among dresses.

Sharara Cut Lehenga

Asian women love wearing sharara style lehenga, which looks attractive and also gives a touch of ancient traditions. It is also known as wide-legged pants, with a very wide flare, which no doubt seems like a lehenga. Mostly the dupattas are on the heavier side with a sharara, mostly made with any good quality rich fabric like brocade or satin. It generally has heavy embroidery and zari work, with other embellishments, but nowadays more sleek and light options are also available besides the typical than the bridal wear.

Panash India has this mesmerising sharara suit, which is perfect for any night-time occasion. It is a full-sleeved black straight attire, decked with zari, along with resham embroidery and stonework. It has a contrasting beige georgette sharara with a matching chiffon embellished dupatta. The price of this attire is Rs. 4,150 and it comes with customised tailoring options, too.

Dhoti Lehenga Fusion Wear

Dhoti lehenga is one of the ultimate designs that combine tradition with culture, which is loved by women of all ages. This design has undergone a long evolution. Among many changes, the ‘dhoti style lehenga’ is a unique one. Nine Colours has all the options which you can use to customise your own stuff easily. They have a high range of outfits, but we recommend one of its dress, which will instantly glamorise your wardrobe. It is actually a hybrid of salwar kameez, dhoti and a lehenga. It has a traditional yet extremely modern look.

This fusion wear is in bright orange and pink colour. You can customise the size up to 66. The price for this elegant and stylish dhoti suit is Rs. 24,165. The top fabric is georgette and the bottom and inner fabric is butter crepe. The colour of the dhoti/lehenga is beige, and it has a mirror and zari work. It is ideal for party wear.

Mistakes to Avoid While Wearing Lehenga

When you decide to buy a new lehenga you can just head to the market and buy one. But, if you want an exclusive one, then we can help you find the dress of your dreams even in low budget. The trick to buy the perfect dress is to choose the right design and colour, while avoiding some mistakes to get your dream lehenga.

No 'Matchy-Matchy' head to toe

There were some days when all the pieces of a lehenga were matched; red to red and white to white. Today it is considered as the biggest fashion error. It is a better idea to select a contrast lehenga (like pink with blue or beige with red). It is even better at you can mix and match with other sets, too.

Choose Right Lining Underneath

The most crucial, yet an often-neglected component of a lehenga set, is none other than the lining of the entire dress. The fabric and the colour of the lining both are equally important when you are buying a lehenga. If the fabric is opaque and not soft, it might be a hindrance with the fall of the dress, and if it is too itchy then it can also prick your legs. Other than that it is important to match the colour perfectly. A shade too dark or too light will make the slip show. If the colour is brighter than the lehenga itself, then it will surely wreck the look of it.

Avoid Anything Too Much

Balance is the word when you are buying a dress that is going to cover almost from your head to toe. Avoid using too much of one thing, as it might look hard. If you are picking a highly embroidered lehenga, go for a plain blouse. Too big motifs or patterns on all pieces of the set will make you appear larger than you are. Also, try to avoid loading yourself with heavy pieces of jewellery with an intricately embroidered lehenga unless you are the bride. Remember the quote, ‘less is more’.

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Lehenga Can Make You Look Taller

If you choose the perfect style and drape your dupatta vertically, a lehenga can make you look much taller than you actually are! The trick is to increase the length of the skirt by starting it from mid-waist. You can also add extra flair, in this way the skirt draws more attention and the lower part looks more prominent. Also add attractive and large detailing on the lehenga, to make it stand out more than the top.