Silk Lehenga Choli

Silk lehenga choli

Lush, Posh, Evergreen, Elegant Lehengas in Silk - for your most Special Days.

Silk spells luxury like nothing else. The lustrous, organic fabric has been considered a royal fabric, since ages. Despite its delicate beauty and regal appeal – the fabric is not too flimsy or sheer. It has body and depth – which makes it perfect for dyeing (into various colors) and also as a great base for embroideries and embellishments. There is a certain class associated with silk – which also makes it the fabric of choice for expensive couture, intricate wedding dresses and family heirlooms.

No wonder then that silk is one of the most preferred fabrics for Indian wedding outfits too. Silk Sarees, handloom silk sarees and weaves like Banarasi and Kanjeevaram are an integral part of every Indian wedding – and silk lehenga cholis continue to remain a popular choice for wedding and bridal ensembles, despite the invasion of endless new and fancy fabrics and textures.

Whether it is the sturdy, heavy raw silk base or the smoother South Indian silk base, lehengas look lovely and truly majestic, when made in silks. The vibrant, glistening silk fabric makes for a wonderful canvas for heavy antique hand-work techniques like Zardozi, Aari, Mirror-work and more. Since silk fabric has a good fall – it can easily be tailored to create many lehenga designs and silhouettes. A variety of lining materials or underskirts, including the now famous cancan, are added for extra flare and volume – under silk lehengas.

Many girls choose graceful silk lehengas – with little or no ostentation – for festivals and special occasions like gruh prevesh and god bharai ceremonies – and also for pre-wedding functions like mehendi and sangeet. Brides may also choose South Silk Lehengas with broad borders and South silk thread weaves for their own pre-wedding rituals. These Indian lehengas tend to remain fresh and evergreen – as silk is a classic that’s least likely to go of fashion. Silk lehenga choli without embroidery is light-weight and is preferred by women for dancing. Thus, you may often see many Navratri lehenga choli in this lush fabric or even many Kathak dancers wearing simple silk lehenga choli dupattas for their performances.

Unlike the simpler, subtle designs, heavy silk bridal lehengas and designer silk ethnic outfits are made for bigger occasions and grand settings. These lehengas may come in various price options, but the pure silk lehenga choli is quite expensive – but then, many brides or even female guests attending weddings of their closed ones, like bridesmaids, sisters of the bride or sisters of the groom – do not hesitate in investing grandiose woven, brocade or silk embroidered lehenga choli sets – as these look a cut above the rest, possess a very luxurious appeal and are classics.

Plus, silk is an all-season, evergreen fabric that can be worn easily in most settings and climates. So, there are a plenty of reasons – you should pick this eternal favorite. And, if you are wondering, where to start from – well, the answer is your one-stop-shop for Indian ethnic outfits in a wide price and style range – You will get an enchanting array of latest and traditional bridal lehengas, wedding silk lehengas and party-wear silk lehengas. Buying Online makes it easier for you to browse for a multitude of merchandise – from the convenience of your home – and from anywhere across the globe. And, gives you its trademark guarantee of great service, good quality and competitive pricing.

With, you can get a lovely and posh collection of fashionable silk lehenga choli - even when you are away from your country India. If you are not an Indian, you still can wear this stunning ensemble – that’s sure to win you immense admiration. You can get your lehenga as well as choli stitched – customized for you - at nominal - which ensures that you favorite dress reaches your doorstep – ready to wear!

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I am posted in an Indian small town, the campus is a good 5 kms away from markets - buying latest stuff is dependent on my visits to my native city - which is not often. So I depend on for sarees, anarkalis etc. I also bought a simple lehenga recently when I had to attend a colleague's wedding & may I take the liberty to praise myself ;-) - I looked smashing. In fact, a senior professor genuinely got concerned - telling me that looking this attractive may pose danger to my safety in this hinterland!! Thank you for bringing happiness to my cottage door.

-Raima Shrinath | Mahendragarh, Haryana

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