The wedding day is the most important day. It is a bright and beautiful new chapter of an individual life. In a country like India which has traditions and culture imbibed in its soil, weddings are the most auspicious. In fact it is fondly said that mother of a baby girl starts preparing for the wedding since the time she is born.
It is also said that a girl looks most beautiful on her wedding day. It is a definite reflection of the attire which adorns her. There are a variety of attires which can be worn by bride. But the choicest option in costume of the bride is the graceful and beautiful ‘lehenga’. Lehengas are long skirt like, worn around the waist, which are of ankle length. With lehengas are worn choli and a dupatta.
Types of lehengas-
Since olden time the favorite attire of the bride has been a lehenga. Notably because of the variety it is styled in. The price range, the embellishments and the drape material can all be customized according to the need and frame.
- Flared lehenga- As the name depicts it is a heavy lehenga. It comes with sequence work or zardozi work which further adds to its beauty.
- Straight cut- It is perfect for brides which have a good figure. It can be worn with heavy cholis and net or georgette dupattas.
- Fishtail lehengas- It has the design which is close to the body till knees and later flares out. It is again a trendsetter.
- A line cut- It is the most famous of all due to the fall of lehengas. It is the most elegant amongst all.
Selecting a lehenga-
On the wedding day the groom and bride is the centre of attraction of the ceremony. And most importantly the bride is. It is thus desirable for the bride to look beautiful and feel comfortable. So that she is able to enjoy D day and all the ceremonies.
There are a few points which should be kept in mind while buying a lehenga-
Embellishments- Since lehengas are designed for marriage purposes; they come with heavy zardozi or zari work. At times this embroidery makes it too heavy for…