Resham Work Lehenga Choli

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Resham Work Lehenga Choli

The grace and beauty of a lehenga choli has mesmerized not just Indian women but ladies around the world! Prints, embroidery and embellishments are an integral part of these ethnic flared outfits. India has plenty of artistic skills which are used to make an endless variety of decorated garments. Out of these, resham embroidery is one the oldest form of art used to adorn Indian-wear.

Lehenga Cholis made with Resham Embroidery:

Flared and flowing garments like lehenga choli are usually confined to special occasions. While zari work, zardozi, bead and cutdana work are quite popular for heavy garments like lehenga choli for wedding, bridal-wear and reception-wear, resham embroidery lehengas break free from shimmers and glitters to give a colourful and vivacious look with their intricacy and simplicity. Resham work involves the use of silk threads embroidered over the fabric to make ethnic designs. Flowers, paisley, peacocks and flower vine borders are the most commonly used patterns for decorating lehenga cholis. Such outfits are relatively light weight and easier to carry around. Resham embroidered lehengas are better suited for daytime-wear when glittery embellishments would look out of place. For occasions held during the day, opt for a lehenga having soft hues like white, beige, pink, sky blue pr pastel green having resham work of similar colour for an overall elegant look. Or choose a plain garment having multicoloured embroidery for an effervescent look! From soft pastels to vibrant hues, has a lovely collection of resham work lehenga cholis with trendy styles and prices that deliver the highest value.

Adding sequins and beads to the work:

Quite often, sequins, beads and zari work are combined with resham embroidery to make heavy lehenga sets. The panetar which is a wedding outfit worn by Gujarati brides also has a combination of such different types of embroidery. A cocktail of different artistic skills gives these ethnic garments a richly traditional appeal and Indian designers, with their ever-growing creativity, make sure that this attire stays trendy eternally!