Lehenga Choli 2012
Lehenga Choli is an Indian and Pakistani dress that is worn in large gathering by women of India and Pakistan. Lehenga Choli consist of Lehenga which is skirt type bottom portion of dress. Lehenga Choli has another part that goes with this dress is called Dupetta which is 5×7 piece of cloth with heavy embroidery or embellishment on it. Lehenga’s length can be up to below knee. To sew lehenga choli high skills are required as there are lots of embroidery and different kind of stitching work is required compare to other Pakistani/Indian dresses like Shalwar Kameez, Pishwas or Men Shalwar Kameez.
Heavy embroidery and or embellishments are done on Lehenga. This portion of Lehenga Choli is much more exposed. Work has to be very neat and heavy to make it look beautiful. Lehenga can be made of different fabrics and comes in many colors.
Choli Upper portion of dress is called Choli or blouse. Some heavy work is usually done on the chest to match with the bottom portion.Many designers these days make Lehenga Choli. Most of these designer Lehenga Choli are worn by film actresses or rich people who can afford to purchase these Lehenga Choli at high cost as these are designer made and are very expensive.
Dupetta part of dress is something that is worn on top of Choli that goes all the way on the bottom part of dress. Mostly heavy border embellishments are done on Dupetta that compliments Lehenga Choli.
This Bridal Lehenga Choli is worn by the bride to be as a wedding gown. Although heavy work is required to be Lehenga Choli for brides are heavy in embellishment.Bridal Lehenga Choli that is worn in weddings are referred by this term. These lehengas are also heavy in embellishment and come in different fabric and colors.Indian Lehenga choli has traveled an extensive way from the royal courts of Mughal Empire to a favored dress of Indian women for all types of ceremonial occasions. It is exciting to know about the origin of lehenga choli, which says that it was originally worn by women since Mughal era. At that time it was considered as a dress that had the skill to festoon Indian exquisiteness in the most unassuming manner. Even today, the spirit of Mughal culture is very much intact and is depicted in conventional Mughal designs.
Lehengas are ankle length long pleated skirts held around the waist. The skirt is graceful and flares around the wearer. The length of tribal embroidered lehenga varied between the knees to ankle, while that of richer people was always lengthy enough to touch the floor as they stirred. Traditionally, all lehengas were skirt type umbrella shaped. Nowadays, in the fashion market, however, there are diverse shapes of the lehengas giving a new look to the ethnic dress.lehnga design 2012 in pakistan.pakistani dress 2012.pishwas designs 2012.pakistani salwar kameez 2012.shalwar kameez pakistani 2012 for girls.