Bridal Lehenga

A bridal lehenga is a traditional Indian garment worn by women on their wedding day. It is a type of long skirt that is typically paired with a blouse (the choli) and a dupatta, which is a long scarf worn over the head and shoulders. Lehenga is made up of heavy fabrics such as silk, satin, velvet, organza, and chiffon are used for making it. It is extensively decorated with intricate embroidery, sequins, beadwork, and other embellishments, often making it quite heavy.

The bridal lehenga is usually red, maroon, or other shades of red, as red is considered to be auspicious in Indian culture. In recent years, bridal lehengas have been made in a variety of other colors as well, such as pink, gold, silver, blue and green. They are worn by bride on her special day and also on other ceremonies such as Mehendi, Sangeet and Cocktail parties.

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