Designer Lehenga Cholis form an integral part of the age-old bridal tradition of Rajasthan and Gujarat and figure very prominently in most auspicious Indian occasions like weddings, Navratri festivals and other social events. This is a three-part costume, that includes a voluminous skirt, or the lehenga, which is flared around the bottom in most cases but comes with variations in design, and then there is the choli, which is a tightly fitted bustier, cropped towards the bottom to expose the midriff and navel. The choli usually is a low cut top, but nowadays, instead of a choli, tube tops and spaghetti tops are also being worn. Finally, there is the dupatta, which brings together this beautiful ensemble and lends it the grace and soberness that is required to complete it. The lehenga cholis and their designer avatars are of various types. The A-line lehenga choli is the most typical and popular variety, with a straight cut fowing lehenga, that complements women with a pear shaped figure. The second popular variant is the circular panelled lehenga, which is very voluminous, with a large circumference.
The fish cut lehenga, like fish cut sarees, provides women, with a curvaceous, hourglass frame by cinching the material at the hip and them flaring from the knees, downwards. Besides, these varieties, there are many other variants in Designer Shalwar Kameez,designer lehenga choli fashions that use sumptuous fabrics like khadi, net, satin, brocade, georgette, silk, chiffon and are embroidered intricately using kundan work, diamante, crystal, zari and zardosi thread work, pearls, sequins, beads, mirror work, Bandhej prints, etc. Of late, lehenga cholis online have also found a big market in Johannesburg, Sydney and Toronto and are becoming ever more popular with Bollywood celebrities like Priyanka Chopra donning them at award ceremonies and designers like Neeta Lulla, Ritu Kumar, Manish Malhotra, regularly displaying lehenga choli collections in fashion shows. Furthermore, these designer lehenga cholis are readily available online at different price ranges, so that you can find exquisitely high priced lehengas along with more affordable versions, all under the same online boutique banner.