Contemporary Lehengas to modernise your traditional wardrobe

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Designer lehengas to modernise your Closet:- Indian ethnic dresses indeed look drop-dead-gorgeous, but a little experiment here and there means no harm, isn’t it? Modern young ladies are too fond of contemporary designs, and usually opt for modernised traditional attires.

People often look down upon women donning traditional Indian outfits. But ethnic wear doesn’t always mean to be back-dated or out of fashion. It has always been in fashion, with little tweaks and mixes, over the years.

There has also been a revolutionary wave in re-introducing Indian wedding dresses in the modern way.

Let’s check out some contemporary designer Lehengas that will help you amp up your traditional wardrobe.

Red Party Wear Lehenga:

A lehenga that adds an oomph factor to your wardrobe and is a must-buy? It would be a red, net lehenga, embellished with zarkan work.

This Lehenga choli is perfect for parties, especially something sort of a cocktail party. This lehenga comes with a dupatta with embroideries along the borders, and has cut dana buttis. Pair with a maang tika and earrings. And some matching bangles on one hand, and you’re all set to rock the evening. 

Pink and Grey Designer Lehenga with Beautiful Embroidery:

Ditching the traditional colour combinations and going for an off-beat would be a smart decision if you want to modernise your wardrobe.

Curate a statement look by donning this Pink and Grey designer lehenga that has a Grey lehenga with colourful floral embroidery and a sequin studded light pink choli. Paired with a zari embroidered grey dupatta, this lehenga has every potential to make you steal the show. 

Mauve Net designer Lehenga Choli:

A net designer Lehenga choli is a must when it comes to modernising your traditional wardrobe.

This light mauve coloured lehenga, studded with rich and intricate thread and zari floral embroidery, and stone work is THE showstopper. It comes with a matching choli adorned with all over embroidery work.

Wear it with the net dupatta adorned with an embroidered lace border. Be it the bride herself or her best friend, anyone would look stunning in this ensemble. Pair it with a studded choker and earring, and you’re good to go.

Embellished Pastel Green Jacket Style Lehenga Set:

When we present an article to you about contemporary Lehenga styles, how can we miss on something that is much more than the 3-piece ensemble?

This Lehenga comes with a jacket and breaks the basics of a Lehenga, and we give it brownie points for that. This Lehenga graciously enhances your charm and the intricate golden artwork across the full-sleeved jacket and choli creates a magic with their weave. Another one in an off-beat colour, this lehenga comes with a classic chiffon dupatta.

You can mix and match the outfit as per your will. You can either wear it just as a regular Lehenga, ditching the jacket, or ditch the dupatta to give it the look of a jacket and skirt. Or, you can obviously adorn all the pieces together. The choice is yours.

Accessorise it minimally and let your lehenga do all the talking.

Beige Sparkling lehenga Choli in Net:

You know what can be one of the best examples of modernisation of a traditional lehenga? This particular piece. Even while seeing it online on the Indian ethnic wear website Like A Diva, I cannot really take my eyes off it. I can obviously picturise what I will do if I see this dazzling Indian wedding dress in reality.

This gorgeous beige net designer Lehenga features a striking, sparkling work that exudes richness. A bell-sleeved matching choli and a sheer, net dupatta is an epitome of modernisation of a classic, traditional Lehengas.

Keep a dewy, nude makeup, messy hair and minimal jewellery and let your Lehenga shine and dazzle for you.

While we swear by wearing ethnic dresses to occasions, there’s no harm in adorning modernity blended with tradition and heritage. Give these Lehengas a look and let us know how you feel about it.

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