Talk of traditional Indian ethnic wear and lehenga has no alter ego. A girl’s love affair with her lehenga knows no bounds and definitions. Lehenga has seen it all. Our earliest lehengas until at least half a century, were quintessential intense reds, that gave way to green and pink, blues and purples in the mid-’90s. Light colors were still not preferred; whites and blacks were taboo. Times unfolded, and as people kindled their adventurous sides the rest of the colors and even multi-colored lehengas got to see the sun. However, the Band-Baja-Barat scene has pepped up off-late - thanks to the last few years - and we are seeing a lot of pastel colors on the wedding aisles.
The fabric has also changed over the years. Glossy Jacquards, silks, georgettes, chiffons, Crepe-de-Chines, all have had their moment of glory. Currently, it is soft net that is ruling the roost. And why not! They are a blend of comfort, beauty, softness, light-weightedness, and are easily manageable.
Gone are the days of scouting from shop to shop to pick our favorite piece. Now, many companies like Odette have brought the convenience to your doorsteps and lehengas, sarees, bags, accessories, and or anything for that matter is available at a click. Yes! now buy Indian lehengas online. Here is a collection of Pastel colored lehengas waiting to be owned.
This soft net beauty is a designer’s dream. Blended beautifully with Gold color and given a plot twist with balanced Chikankari, this piece is one hell of a head-turner. Matching dupatta and blouse or choli when paired with silver stone studded or pearl jewelry gives an edge. Throw in a lovely gold/silver potli bag or batua and you are done. Don’t believe me. Try it yourself girl!
Want to look feminine and luxurious. Bet your dollars on this one. This pretty peach lehenga is so youthful, traditional, and elegant all at the same time. The beads studded, thread embroidery on lehenga, blouse, and dupatta is a game-changer. Layers of sequins marked with patches of embroidery, add delicacy to the exquisite lehenga set. The lehenga goes well with diamond jewelry or the multicolored tribal necklace set. A pair of heels would enhance the beauty of the already classy lehenga. 3. Grey Georgette Thread Zari Sequenced Embroidery Lehenga
Grab this lehenga to steal the show at the party. Wearing a monochrome grey has an advantage. Pair it with a sparkling Austrian Diamond in German Rhodium necklace, silver or monochrome, or even multicolored jewelry, it is going to shine nevertheless. The lehenga can be styled in as many ways - as you can imagine. Opt for heels or colored jootis this grey lehenga will never disappoint. Zari and sequin embroidery work on the georgette makes it a beautiful piece.
Love the shade of blue in this lehenga and how it is combined in the heavy blue and silver work. This unique color from the blue palette gets you noticed in the pictures and everywhere. The bling in the lehenga demands equal jazz in the jewelry. Diamonds are a fab choice so are silver potli bag and matching heels. Do not forget us when you go click click click
The rare color combination makes this lehenga stand out. The color, the work, everything about this lehenga spells elegance and the beautiful palm leaf embroidery motifs are heart of this lehenga. Goes well with silver or diamond jewelry and pearls. A multi-colored long necklace can bring out the beauty of this lehenga like no one else.
The pink-colored lehenga in multi-colored embroidery is a treat to the eyes. The party/wedding – wear lehenga with matching blouse and dupatta has overall embroidery in trendy jharokha pattern. Embroidery on the blouse and dupatta compliments the lehenga so well. Nothing does more justice to this lehenga than a multi-colored beaded Rani Choker set.
Such an unusual color for a lehenga! Matched with a darker shade and embroidered with white thread the combination is made in heaven. White net embroidered dupatta lends grandeur to the set. This gorgeous addition to your wardrobe is going to turn heads for sure. The intricate embroidery in this lehenga is a treat to the eyes. When paired with a statement clutch, grandeur of this lehenga increases manifold. Match them well and be the cynosure of the party.
Delicate, yet heavily embroidered set of lehenga, choli and dupatta on mono-net is your conversation –starter this festival season. To turn it gossip-worhty add, a statement earring, a couple of rings, and a clutch and you go girl. Conquer the world!
Beige Mono Net lehenga is perfect for the next wedding you attend. You could be a maximalist looking for heavy jewelry to add to this or a minimalist looking to team this lehenga with a small piece of jewelry, this lehenga is not going to disappoint in both the cases.
Look like a princess in this pink art silk lahanga which is a perfect amalgamation of traditional and contemporary charm. Bright, classy, and ethnic this set of lehenga, blouse, and dupatta is all thread embroidered in a multitude of colors and detailed in sequins. Wear an oxidized silver neck piece or up your fashion quotient in heavy chandelier earrings the lehenga is sure to add to your majestic look.
Oh, do not thank us yet! We are also going to get you the place you shop it all from. We are not only looking at buying Indian lehenga online but also fashion accessories for ladies. Yes, there are many online stores, but the ones that mean fashion are a handful. Online stores like Odette, are time-tested and stand for high-end fashion. What better way than to get your lehenga and accessories from the Moghul of fashion itself. And then there are discounts and offers to keep your bags full and heart on seventh heaven.