What You Should Know about the Lehenga Trend in 2022
A lehenga skirt, it's a misunderstood topic, and most women have no idea which Lehenga skirt to choose. A lehenga ensemble holds a special appeal, not only for an Indian bride but for every girl or woman attending a wedding or a party. Indian women are now open to experimenting with different looks and options when it comes to this conventional dress. In 2022, women will have a lot of options, ranging from ornate, OTT ensembles to pastel shades. For instance, the multi-layered Lehenga Skirt comes with a unique cut. It offers a variety of horizontal layers with varying heights. These layers include irregular hems, as well as different decorative arrangements and textures, giving them a unique aesthetic.
Benarasi Lehenga Skirts come in a variety of styles, although most are flared or A-line. Printed Lehenga Skirts are free of elaborate ornaments and have printed floral or textured designs. They are available in a variety of colours and are quite light in weight. Sharara cut lehengas are stitched from the middle of the hem, similar to a trouser or palazzo, but with a lot more flare. The paneled style lehenga skirt has horizontal panels stitched along the flare of the lehenga in the same manner that Kalis, or petals, are stitched in a flower. The volume of the flare of the lehenga grows dramatically as a result of too many panels in the lehenga, adding to the overall beauty of the design.
With the pandemic, Indians have started embracing traditional Indian crafts and shopping from designers who support and encourage them. Given the consumer purchase curve, many designers have taken advantage of the situation and incorporated hand-embroidery, benarasi, block designs, bandhani, and other traditional textiles into their collections. There's a reason why different lehenga fabrics are available for different seasons. For summer events, light fabrics like chiffon or georgette are ideal keeping you cool and comfortable. The wonderful part about chiffon and Georgette is that they flatter women of all shapes and sizes.
Heavy textiles such as brocade, velvet, and silk should be avoided during the monsoon season due to their weight, which can be extremely uncomfortable. Choose lighter fabrics such as crepe, net, georgette, and chiffon instead. You can never go wrong with silk and velvet for a winter event when it comes to lehenga fabric. Both materials drape elegantly and provide a royal touch to the ensemble. Further, because they are thick, they perform nicely when it is a little chilly outside.
Take a glance at any bridal celebration or a party scene, north or south, and you'll notice one outfit that women appear to be utterly enamoured with. The most beautiful piece of Indian wear, the lehenga, has been on the A-list of things. For the alluring appeal, it delivers, teen girls and young ladies are willing to substitute sarees and anrakalis with lovely lehengas. This has also spread to southern fashionistas. The difficulty is to choose the proper accessories for this most desirable ethnic dress. Those who adore these stunning skirts are well aware that without trendy and appropriate accessories, the grandeur would be lost.
If you're wearing a lehenga, make sure your earrings are up to the mark. If you want to be stylish, a large statement chandbali is the first option you should consider. They look fantastic with any lehenga style. If you don't like chandbali, any large, captivating earring will do the trick. If your lehenga blouse is embellished with stunning work, you'll want to make sure your earrings complement your face and upper body. If you prefer to keep things traditional, jhumkas are a great choice!
A flamboyant ear cuff can be your top choice if you don't mind a little tinkering. These ear cuffs give your outfit a royal touch. Wearing a thick ear cuff when your clothing is already crammed with too much work would completely drown your style. If your lehenga is more simple and laid-back, this piece of jewelry is a must-try. When wearing a stone-studded heavy work lehenga, your hands should definitely mirror the pace of the work done on your clothing. The most obvious option is to pile on thick layers of bangles in the same colour as the lehenga.
Leading Lehengas Styles in 2022
Lavender & Pink Embroidered Ready to Wear Lehenga
Purple is one of our favourite colours. How many different ways can we express our passion for purple! Here’s a lavender and pink embroidered lehenga choli with a sequinned dupatta, lavender and pink embroidered unstitched blouse with round neck and three-quarter sleeves, and a lavender and pink embroidered ready-to-wear lehenga with flared hem and drawstring closure, with taping border on lavender and pink embroidered dupatta.
This ready-to-wear ensemble is available in Net fabric with a shantoon lining in the lehenga. The lehenga measures 3, with its inner attached, while the blouse measures 1.20m. The blouse can be customized up to 42” at the bust and waist, and the lehenga can be customized up to 42” at the waist and in length. The dupatta length is 2.6m in length. Priced at Rs.7,000, this gorgeous lavender and pink embroidered lehenga set is available at Mynta.
Green Printed Lehenga Set
In a world of trends, a girl occasionally just wants to wear something timeless. The Green Printed Lehenga ensemble includes a sweetheart neckline sleeveless embroidered blouse with a printed skirt and dupatta. This classy green printed lehenga set from Aarke is available in sizes small-XL. In a fitted style lehenga and sleeveless blouse, the lehenga and blouse come in poly dupion fabrics, while the dupatta is made in nylon net fabric. The Green Printed Lehenga set is priced at Rs.8,900.
Black Lehenga And Choli with Dupatta
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Shaurya Sanadhya's lehenga and choli set is a stylish addition to any ethnic clothing wardrobe. It's a three-piece ensemble that contains a sewn (non-padded) blouse with a zip, a lehenga, and a dupatta. The blouse is covered with black sequins and features a tie-up at the back. The lehenga has black sequin work all over it, a drawstring waist, and a dupatta that matches the outfit perfectly. It is a suitable costume to mark a significant presence at any party or function and the outfit's finished look is perfect for elegant style. Priced at Rs.5,250, this stylish set is available at Nykaa Fashion in sizes XS – 3XL.
Peach Organza Choli with Dupatta
“Don’t mistake me for a demure damsel when I’m in this pretty lehenga. I’m a savage rebel no matter what I wear!” This exquisite ensemble from Tyaar India comes with an alluring peach organza umbrella lehenga, with some stunning embroidered, thread and foil work on it. It has peach choli in half sleeves and class neck style and a net dupatta. The dupatta is adorned with embroidery and 4-side border. Priced at Rs. 9,500, the peach organiza choli with dupatta is semi-stitched and can be custom tailored up to 42” bust and waist.
Off- White Elegant Lehenga Choli
Self-confidence is the best outfit! If India is a canvas, a lehenga is an art. This stunning off-white festive or ceremonial lehenga choli is sure to dazzle and enchant you. The lehenga is made of georgette and has a lovely design on it, while the blouse is basic and shining. A foil mirror and dori work provide detail to the fabric. Available in a semi-stitched set, this off-white elegant Lehenga Choli is priced at Rs. 3,500 and is made in Georgette fabric with a flared lehenga style.
Mulberry Soft Net Lehenga Choli
Indian fashion encapsulates an entire vibe. When we dress in Indian clothes, it is usually a special occasion. They always make us feel so graceful and gorgeous. For the radiant you, here’s a handful of glistening sparkles. This trendy soft net lehenga choli comes in mulberry purple tones and is semi-stitched. Its appeal is enhanced by sequin and thread embroidery, making it an ideal choice. Choose this and strut your stuff with glitz and splendour.
This one-of-a-kind hand-woven Lehenga with a soft net blouse which can be customized up to 42”, a net skirt with a 3m flare in a circular style and 42” length. The Mulberry Soft Net Lehenga Choli set also includes a soft net dupatta measuring 2.5m in length. The Mulberry Soft Net Lehenga Choli with sequin and thread work is priced at Rs.7,000 and is available at Shop Ethnos.
Aqua Blue Lehenga Choli
Hundreds of years, generations of fashion designers, and tens of thousands of iterations have gone into making our traditional clothing a global phenomenon. Here’s a resplendent Aqua Blue Semi-Stitched Lehenga Choli from Odette which includes a lehenga fabric in soft net in a 4m flair and a soft silk choli fabric, 0.90m in length.
The Aqua Blue Lehenga Choli ensemble also includes a soft net dupatta, 2.25m long. Priced at Rs. 3,976, the Aqua Blue Lehenga is 2.4m in length and the entire set has been adorned with paper mirror and embroidery work, ideally accessorized with heavy jhumka earrings, embellished footwear and jewelled hairpins.
Party Wear Crop Top Lehenga with Jacket
The most basic Indian clothes are always in style. They're attractive and classy, and they give an Indian female a more glam appearance than any western gown. Pirouette in this stunning Anarkali outfit made of georgette in a rainbow of colours. A georgette dupatta is worn with this glossy black Anarkali outfit. With an embroidered art silk fabric for the top and micro cotton inner lining, this party wear crop top lehenga with jacket measures 55” in length, at size 42. The ensemble includes a georgette dupatta in maroon with a digital print pattern on 4-sided lace and measures 2.20m in length. This partywear crop top lehenga with the jacket is priced at Rs.1,950 and available at Aanaya Designer Studio
Eye-Catching Red Color Sequins Base Lehenga Choli
Wearing traditional clothing does not imply that you are old-fashioned; rather, it indicates that you are daring enough to defy trends. The most gorgeous and exquisite is this eye-catching Red Colour Soft Net Base Lehenga Choli with a complex design. It is beautifully made with sequins and zari work and is suitable for any party occasion. Ruffles embellish the lehenga, giving it a precise voguish look while still maintaining an ethnic flavour. Priced at Rs.3,600, the red colour sequins base lehenga choli is made in net fabric with a flared style.
Soothing Mustard Yellow Party Wear Embroidered Lehenga
When it comes to Indian fashion, a girl who adores it never complains she has nothing to wear! You'll never run out of options when it comes to Indian apparel because it's like a trendy rainbow. Make a statement in this soothing mustard yellow party wear lehenga choli. Featuring a soft net lehenga and art silk blouse, this stunning outfit can be made up to 42 inches in length. The Soft Net Lehenga & Art Silk Blouse Paired With Soft Net Dupatta offers elegant and fashionable apparel adorned with sequins, zari, and mirror work, adding grace to the entire dress. Priced at Rs.4,426, this soothing mustard yellow party wear embroidered lehenga is available at Mirraw.
Bonus Tips: Captivating Lehenga Colours to Choose from
We notice a number of exciting colour trends governing the ethnic Indian wardrobes, from toying with different shades of pastels to infusing fresh hues over a classic palette. Scroll down to discover what's coming up next, then save the one that fits your style:
- Deep Crimson & Rust - Traditional colors with a modern touch! We are completely smitten with the delicate touch of green. So, ladies, if you want to stick to a traditional colour scheme with a modern twist, SAVE THIS!
- Red & Burnt Orange – This popular colour combo lehenga is all the rage. If you're a modern bride who prefers cheese above anything else and wants to stand out from the crowd, a red and burnt orange bridal lehenga is the way to go.
- Baby Pink & Pale Peach- Pink must be the most feminine and cheerful colour for Indian bridal lehengas if red is the most traditional! Pink comes in a variety of hues, each of which complements the Indian and ethnic setting well. The pink bridal lehenga symbolizes the spirit of youth, fun, and eccentricity while evoking grace, refinement, and beauty.
- Dark Brown & Caramel–A fun mix of elegance and regalia in dark brown and caramel that can be worn for both day and night wedding ceremonies, the dark tones uplift all the work done and minute details on the outfit. ul>
Carry a Classy Bag with Your Partywear Lehenga
A bag is essential to carry your phone and other belongings when wearing a lehenga. The most popular choices among women are Potli bags and clutches. But if you want to try something unique, go for embellished box clutches or velvet envelope bags. If your bag has a sling attached to it, that would make it much more convenient to carry around. The design would depend mainly on the colour of your outfit. For bright colours, go with neutral hues for your bag. For light and pastel shades choose something striking.