Lehenga Choli

Breathtaking Olive Green Embroidered Net Lehenga Choli
Product Code : WLC53337
Wedding Wear Chiffon Lehenga Choli With Dupatta
Product Code : WCS51411
Size : 36, 38, 40, 42, 44
Exclusive Shaded Pinkish Banarasi Silk Bridal Lehenga Choli
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Product Code : WLC49312
Gorgeous Olive Green Thread Embroidered Lehenga Choli
Product Code : WLC48318
Swarovski Work Olive Green Silk Lehenga Choli
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Product Code : WLC48166
Olive Green Sequins Work Designer Lehenga Choli
Product Code : WLC45910
Designer Green Shaded Silk Lehenga Choli
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Product Code : WLC45427
Olive Green Designer Embroidered A Line Lehenga Choli
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Product Code : WLC43588
Alluring Pista Green Designer Embroidered Lehenga Choli
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Product Code : WLC43587
Olive Green Sequins Lehenga Choli with Tie-Dye Jacket
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Product Code : WLC43476
Olive and Mustard Designer Chinon Silk Lehenga Choli
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Product Code : WLC42909
Stunning Olive Green Chinon Lehenga Choli
Product Code : WSH40293


Lehenga Choli, a tale of grandness and photogenic twirls! 

Lehenga cholis are a breath-taking assortment of fabrics, prints and embellishments, crafted to create beautiful memories for beautiful you. Lehenga, Ghaghra or Chaniya Choli.. call it by any name, this piece of walking art is one of the earliest forms of clothing worn in India. Lehenga is basically an ankle-length, embroidered and pleated skirt from the Indian subcontinent, specifically worn with a short a fitting blouse/top called choli and a beautiful dupatta to add more grace and elegance. Different patterns and styles of embroidery are used to decorate the lehenga and it comes in different style such as Sharara, Ghaghra and Laacha and so on.


Lehengas are mainly worn to special occasions like weddings, parties and festivities. It is the epitome of style and grace that makes you look more beautiful with every swirl.  


Origin of lehenga cholis 

Before they became the star of every occasion, Lehenga cholis were worn by the Indian women since the 10th century, but it was the Mughals who made this 3-oiece attire so popular. Although Rajputs from Rajasthan and Gujarat regions wore similar attire, except they wore pleated skirts called ghaghra along with choli and dupatta. This 3-oiece attire, which included peshwaj (kurta), pajama (lehenga) and patka (dupatta), traced its roots in the Persian heritage.   


Long after the Mughals left the country, Lehenga continued to be popular, especially in the Northern part of India as Mughals had a stronghold and influence on the culture of this region. From being worn by the royals, lehenga cholis have evolved and managed to become a style statement in the modern times. 


Interestingly, every state has its own variation of lehenga cholis – Gujarati wear lehengas with patchwork and mirror-work, while the women of Rajasthan decorate it with Gota patti and Kundan work. Nowadays, there is a wide variety of trending lehenga cholis, right from the famous floral lehenga to delicate organza lehenga to glimmering sequin lehenga, traditional chikankari lehenga to the latest jacket lehenga. Lehenga cholis are a huge hit among young generation around the world, thanks to the larger-than-life Bollywood movies by big banners like Karan Johar and Sanjay Leela Bhansali who managed to transform Lehengas into a fashionable attire. It doesn’t matter what your size and shape is, as you can now get semi-stitched lehenga cholis along with the readymade ones, the choice is yours to make.  


Be it bridal lehenga, wedding lehenga, designer lehenga or plus-size lehenga cholis, nowadays, modern women are experimenting and exploring with new style, colour and look when it comes to their lehengas – right floral lehenga cholis to Anarkali lehenga, fish-cut lehenga, ruffled lehenga, umbrella style lehenga to exquisite lehenga saree as well as the latest lehenga with long trails to give a dramatic look. Designers are even exploring the ways to

Welcome to the world of elegant and contemporary flares and we help you find your perfect dream lehenga.