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Saree and lehenga is beyond doubt one of the most graceful dresses on the planet that mankind has ever worn. With all the flares and the folds, Lehenga Saree literally makes a girl feel like she has the power to move the world as her dress ruffles around her. But when it comes to buying a lehenga or a saree, the struggle to choose from the countless styles and designs is real, and takes regretfully much too long for a girl to figure out which type compliments her body the most finally.
EMBELLISHED BLOUSE SAREE:-
The type shown above has a very fancy and heavily embellished blouse with a relatively plain saree. The saree is however lined on all sides with a broad lace. This combination is especially preferred due to its neutral shades, it looks good on everyone.
CROPPED TOP LEHENGA:-
These days, crop tops over lehenga is all the hype. The latest trend being the crop top to be extremely heavily embroidered with full sleaves and an extremely simple, plain but flawlessly flowy lehenga made of net, chiffon or silk.
Those of us who think they have the perfect body that curves in all the right places, a chiffon flowy and casual saree is the best way to flaunt to the world that goddess body of yours. Digital prints in chiffon saree makes you look super modern and the diva that that you are.
One of the best and most worn dress in desi weddings is ghagra choli. This includes a tight blouse with a fearful lehenga that is super flowy and has a lot of embroidery in the lower portion. All this and the look is completed by the addition of a net dupatta that is equally embellished that goes around the waist in a saree-ish fashion. The overall outfit looks unique and festive and has never failed to look good on anyone.
THE SHIMMERING BLOUSE:-
One of the latest trends is the marvelous and very thoughtful addition of the shimmery blouse. The blouse in this saree is made of a material that is wholly covered in beads or stars. So whatever saree you put on over it, it easily makes it fancier with all the colors light plays on the stars. So whether it is a casual saree you want or a superfluous ceremony you are to attend, this blouse can pull off any look.
The above look is a combination of traditional and modern. The blouse os made as the traditional cover all kurta while the lehenga is a digital abstract print with all the eccentricity of random colors splashed on it. But to top it off, antique lace work can be seen on the hem of the lehenga, and the dupatta too which is draped over one shoulder in a very old fashioned way.
Sarees and Lehengas have been around in this part of the subcontinent for a long time. Though the trend is been shifting towards lighter fabrics and materials, the type you should wear solely depends on your body.