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Velvet Lehenga Choli - A Luxurious Appeal
Velvet - a tufted fabric with a thick weave - is known for its smoothness and luxe appeal. The finest form of velvet is woven from silk yarns, and has always been patronized by the royalty and the elite. However, many varieties and forms of velvet are made - including chenille and poly velvet. In India, velvet is a popular material used for making heavy garments, specifically lehenga cholis, saree blouses and ethnic pants for grand occasions like weddings and functions. The texture and finish of velvet lehenga cholis – whether plain or ornamented, perfectly matches the grandeur of Indian weddings as well as cultural festivals like Diwali, Karva Chauth and other regional celebrations. Velvet is a a good pick for winter weddings - as the fabric is heavy and thick. Lehenga Choli with Velvet Jacket is a latest trend that’s ruling the fashion charts this season - it is a perfect pick for cold winter evenings when Indian wedding season is at its peak!
Bridal Velvet Lehenga Choli Designs - for Indian Brides
Velvet is one of the most popular, and also one of the best fabrics used for making heavily embroidered bridal lehengas. The dense weave of this fabric facilitates adorning the garments with heavy metallic zardozi work, chunky stones and sequins- embellishments that form prime components of wedding attire. For her wedding ceremony, a bride can wear a maroon or red velvet lehenga choli that is indulgent with flower, paisley and peacock forms. These days, for daytime and outdoor wedding ceremonies, modern brides have been switching over to velvet bridal lehengas in soft tones like beige, light peach and taupe. Heavily embroidered velvet lehengas for weddings and bridal wear are usually lined with a wide cancan layer to give them a better fall and scale up their magnificence.
Velvet Blouse Designs
Velvet choli designs for bridal wear should be relatively simple. The thickness of this fabric generally does not go well with dramatic cuts and details so it is better to stick to the regular choli with short to medium length sleeves. For a bolder look, you can opt for a short bustier-style blouse, while a corset velvet blouse can be customized to make a contemporary ensemble. Many celebrities have worn velvet blouses for their weddings. Sarees are also worn with these opulent blouses. Anushka Sharma wore a velvet bordered deep maroon saree with a contemporary velvet blouse for her pre wedding function.
Wedding and Lighter Velvet Lehengas
At Saree.com - you can get a great range of velvet lehengas. Whether you are the bride yourself or are looking for one such lehenga to wear as a guest to an important wedding or occasion - we are well-stocked with such traditional as well as contemporary designer lehenga cholis at value-for-money prices. You can go for heavily embellished velvet cholis and designer wear - from our brand store Asopalav collection or pick and choose from one of the umpteen catalogs showcased on our website. You can also video call to get your dream lehenga in velvet.
The unmatched beauty of velvet
The charm of velvet by itself is enough to cast a spell on the audience so even a plain black velvet lehenga choli paired with a designer brocade dupatta can fetch you a lot of appreciation from the audience. These days, velvet is also woven from rayon, cotton, wool as well as other synthetic fibers to form variations having surface textures ranging from rough to sooth and slippery. Out of these, silk velvet is the most commonly used fabric for lehenga cholis. Abundant with richness and regalia- a velvet lehenga choli will never fail to impress!