Do You Want to Opt for  Something Traditional But Worry of Over-doing It? Choose Your Next Party Outfit from Our List of Latest Trending Party-wear Lehengas!

Do You Want to Opt for Something Traditional But Worry of Over-doing It? Choose Your Next Party Outfit from Our List of Latest Trending Party-wear Lehengas!

Well, nowadays who does not want to be fashion-forward and try out unique lehenga trends. As the party season has already started, everyone must be searching for the most important thing, that is what to wear for a party. Here we have the latest party wear lehenga trends which rocked this year! Check out and get inspired by them.

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Tips on Up-cycling Your Heavy Lehenga for the Perfect Party Look

Switching the Conventional Set with Unique Party Type Combinations

If you’ve been feeling apprehensive about putting your heavy lehenga to use on account of being totally lost on how to, then here are a few tips on how to reuse it by transforming them into party wear. Usually, the dupatta with the lehenga is the heaviest of the set and most elegant too, which gets a tad bit difficult to carry around later. So in order to switch your heavy lehenga into simple party wear, switch over your heavy dupatta with one that’s light and easy to carry. It will help your outfit look more subtle and comfortable. You can also pair a single toned shirt with your heavy lehenga to balance its heavy embellishments. For that choose a shirt colour that compliments the colour of the lehenga.

Usually the skirt’s volume also becomes challenging to carry, hence get the volume reduced to a manageable size of the tulle skirt or the cancan, but this should be one with professional guidance, as most lehengas tend to fall down if not supported with cancan. You can also explore a stylish bodice to go with your lehenga instead of the ethnic choli, which is in contrast to the lehenga. You can even pair it with a kurta to have it looking comparatively simple yet stylish!

Party Colours

There’s a lehenga for every mood. From regal to classy summer hues, from midnight velvet to elegant white silk. You can create your own style and make it simple, elegant and classy yet with a modern twist. A beautiful and simple way to wear a lehenga is to have one with a net in pastel colours like mint green, powder pink or sand yellow. Another idea is to make a simple velvet ensemble, with delicate gold or silver work on a deep red, green or blue which can come out as really stylish.

Subtle silk in colours like rich purple or soft cream can make it look spectacular for parties, yet not quite over the top! A blood-red lehenga or one with an orange-red sunset shade with a contrasting green blouse or blue or perhaps one with a heavy border in dull gold will look fashionable as well. The simple and beautiful white is always a classy option, along with a tinge of gold and a softly shaded dupatta.

Pairing with the Right Accessories

Besides the colour combinations, another thing that needs to consider while using a heavy dress for a small party is the use of the right accessories. Matching jewellery can always enhance your outfit. Jewellery that Is in contrast to the lehenga colour is quite the trend these days. The bold style is quite a blessing versus the conventional pairs.

Further, it is important that your necklace matches the shape of your neckline. For instance, a curved neckline that is also scooped would look better with chokers, while a deep v-neck goes well with long necklaces. Pairing your conventional ensemble with jewellery in contrasting colours or even multi-colours is the new fashion in town.

Trending Party Wear Lehenga Picked Out for You

Mustard Thread Embroidered Net Lehenga

The semi-stitched Mustard Net Lehenga from comes in a mustard colour. Made of premium quality and authentic soft-net material, the ensemble is created with embroidery work and sequins. It is embellished with beautiful crystals on it and has a very stylish border.

Adorned with beautiful rose embroidery through the entire set, including a lehenga, a choli and a dupatta, the set comes with a mustard coloured net dupatta with embroidery work measuring 2.5m in length, a net lehenga in same colour again with embroidery and a matching net blouse with thread work on it, measuring 80”. The outfit comes with a lining of 3.0. The Mustard Thread Embroidered Net Lehenga is priced at Rs.6,220.

Pink Gota Patti Lehenga with Bandhej Dupatta

Available in sizes XS-XXXL that can be even further customised, the Pink Lehenga ensemble from comes with a soft pink coloured blouse with gota patti handwork, that’s evident on the back, the sleeves and the blouse front. Adorned with a dori tieup and tassels at the back, the blouse is stitched and padded. The Lehenga is a multicoloured kalidar skirt in varying shades of pink, with embellished flairs all over. It also has intricate handmade gota tassels at the waist.

The dupatta is made of georgette fabric in a handmade bandhej style. It has a lappa border all around it and beautiful handmade gota tassels on the borders. The entire ensemble includes a shantung lining for the skirt and cotton lining for the blouse. Priced at Rs.9,390, the Pink Gota Patti Lehenga with Bandhej Dupatta is best paired when with floral jewellery or gold coloured accessories.

Grey Nylon Net Partywear Designer Lehenga

This Jiofab’s party-wear designer lehenga is made of nylon net fabric in a grey colour featuring an anarkali style. Adorned with beadwork, stones, resham thread work and floral patterns, the semi-stitched ensemble measures up to 44”. It includes a nylon net lehenga, nylon net choli piece measuring 0.80” meter and a dupatta as well. Priced at Rs.2,990, the dress is recommended to be dry cleaned. The net lehenga has been lined with satin silk fabric and the outfit is best for party wear according to the latest fashion, as per Bollywood trending. You can buy it here.

Ash Grey Net Stone Embroidered Partywear Lehenga

The Stone Embroidered Partywear Lehenga from comes in an ash grey colour with embellished stones on a net fabric, measuring to the floor and adorned in dori work as well. The outfit includes an ash grey and gold dupatta also with stone and dori work, and a ready-made blouse with a round neckline in net fabric. Again, ash grey in colour, the blouse piece has been lined with satin fabric. The choli has a side zip closure. The entire outfit has been delicately adorned with stone and dori work in white, which makes it look royal as well as subtle at the same time. The Ash Grey Net Stone Embroidered Party-wear Lehenga is priced at Rs.8,220.

Skin Color Soft Net Embroidered Lehenga Choli

Available in soft white and pink colour combination, the semi-stitched net lehenga choli set from is made of heavy net fabric and lined with inner Canvass silk. It includes a heavy net blouse fabric, in white and pink, which is adorned with thread embroidery and stonework. The set also includes short sleeves and inner lining. The fabric measures 0.80m and is un-stitched. There’s a heavy net dupatta in the ensemble measuring 2.2m and laced with a gota border. Priced at Rs.2,299, the Skin Color Soft Net Embroidered Lehenga Choli is ideal for any party.

Blue-Off White Coloured Party Wear Embroidered Banarasi Silk Lehenga Choli


Made of Banarasi Silk fabric, measuring 40-42” till waist and 40-42” in length, the off white lehenga is decorated with beautiful floral motifs making it visually captivating. The dress comes in a set including a blue unstitched satin blouse piece, having a peacock on the blouse body. The ensemble also includes a heavy net dupatta in navy blue. Designed specifically for party wear, the blue-off white coloured party wear embroidered banarasi silk lehenga choli from is best paired with heels and some classy accessories, and is priced at Rs. 1,326.

Embroidered Lehenga In Rose Gold

The latest colour trend is none other than rose gold. For this reason we have included this dress from, the satin lehenga is rose gold in colour and is made with a poly shantoon lining. The dress is completely adorned with sequins, patch border works and sequins. Including a semi-stitched net kameez with a round neckline and quarter sleeves, the lehenga set also contains a faux chiffon dupatta in rose gold. Measuring 52” in length and a sleeve length of 15”, the kameez is paired with a semi-stitched lehenga with a length of 42”. The beautiful lehenga is embroidered in rose gold and is priced at Rs.7,689.

Brown Georgette Designer Embroidered Lehenga Choli


Available in a glorious brown coloured set, this designer georgette lehenga comes adorned with resham thread, zari and stone embroidered work. Paired with a beige coloured sleeveless silk choli, the set also includes an embellished net dupatta in beige, complete with resham thread work and a mirrored border. The unstitched choli can be custom tailored up to 42”. Priced at Rs.2,640, the brown georgette designer embroidered lehenga choli is made in a flared cut and is available on

Yellow & Orange Ready to Wear Jacquard Silk Lehenga with One-Shoulder Blouse

Available on this yellow & orange jacquard silk lehenga ensemble includes a one-shoulder styled blouse, in solid orange colour. It has a short length and a zip closure. The Yellow and Orange-Green printed designer lehenga is ready to wear and has a floral woven design, a flared hem and zip closure. Both the blouse and lehenga fabrics are made in jacquard silk, while the skirt is lined with a shantoon fabric. Priced at Rs.2,649, the yellow & orange ready to wear jacquard silk lehenga with One-shoulder blouse is available in sizes medium to XXL.

Net Green Long Choli Lehenga

A beautiful outfit that has been styled in a very classy manner, this green net lehenga ensemble from includes an unstitched set of A-Line lehenga, made from net fabric and adorned with lace, embroidery and resham work. It is in the colour olive green and is perfect for all party occasions.
Styled all over with beautiful floral work, the long choli is semi-stitched with a round neckline and is crafted with resham thread work. The shirt has long sleeves and is rich with working on both front and back. The outfit has a net dupatta in matching colour as well, which includes intricate embroidery and resham work a border of lacework. The Angelic Net Green Long Choli Lehenga is priced at Rs.7,551.

Bonus Tips: Restyling Your Lehenga

A lehenga set is one of the most elaborate outfits of the Indian culture. With continued changes and fast evolving trends, lehengas can easily become boring if not styled creatively. Here’s how you can reuse them without compromising on style and fashion:

  • Experiment – Explore your options and pair your lehenga with different blouses that may include plain mandarin collared blouses in solid colours or ruffled western tops or even striped tops. Do away with the heavily embellished dupatta and move ahead with confidence in your fusion outfit with a chic blouse that’s newly stitched or matches well with your lehenga.
  • Restyle – If you don’t like revealing your curves and short blouses are not your cup of tea, then opt for a long Kurti or a tunic over your lehenga, which will transform it into a comfortable indo-western outfit. This works well for plain lehengas, which is great not only for party wear but also casual occasions. Try pairing the lehenga with a frock styled choli or a peplum blouse which is both classy and flattering.
  • Layering– Layers are quite a trend these days which can transform even the simplest of ensembles into a statement. Explore options like jackets (both short and long), capes, ponchos or shrugs, or layer up with 2 dupattas. Irrespective of how heavy or light a lehenga is, layers work well for all types. For instance, for festive occasions, a black lehenga choli can be layered with a vibrantly coloured and embellished jacket, or subtle silk lehenga set can be paired with a sequined poncho. Even your dupatta can be used for layering with additions like scarves or belts.
  • Modification – You can also try modifying your lehenga creatively by turning it into an Anarkali or in a way that it looks like a suit. You can also have it modified into a fusion jacket, which will look really classy with plain palazzo suit, tunics, trouser suits or simple top & skirt combinations and even types of denim. Modifications can include transforming the lehenga into an Indo-Western Bohemian Dress, or a Sharara outfit.
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