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Dupattas n Stoles
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Indian traditional attires for women are available in plenty of captivitaing varieties and among them the Lehenga Choli is one of important ethnic attire of India which women all across the country adore. Especially for a north Indian bride, the most preferred bridal attire is the Designer Lehengas, which comprises of long skirt, blouse (choli) and stole (dupatta).
Wedding Lehengas that are designed for wedding purpose comes in vibrant shades with dazzling embellishments and heavy embroideries. They are delicately crafted with style, so as to create the new bride look like a princess. They can be found in various fabrics such as cotton, synthetic, chiffon, georgette, silk, brocade etc. Traditionally the skirt and the choli come in one type of fabric and the dupatta comes in flowing fabric like chiffon with suitable embellishments. Sometimes there is also a mix and match of different fabrics that adds uniqueness to the ensemble.
The embellishments that are done on this attire plays a major role and it is was makes this outfit popular. The usual pattern is the most preferred one and therefore heavy borders of gota patti work or elaborate embroidery are opted by many women. Another style in embellishments is the use of Swarovski crystals, which is mixed with silver embroidery to give a truly stunning appeal look to the attire. The patterns mostly come in traditional motifs and appliqu's such a paisley, flower etc.
The cut of the choli has also been streamlines based on the latest trend. They are available in every variety ranging from tight fitting corsets to bikini style tops, backless or with strings, adding sensation to the ethnic attire. Halter necklines and strapless cholis are also in vogue.
Visit Cbazaar to check out the latest trends in lehenga cholis and get yourself the perfect ethnic wear from Cbazaar to grace every special occasion. Have a happy shopping!!!
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