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30 Peach Lehengas That Define Subtle Ethnic Style

Peach tones aren’t considered to be bridal colors! Peach also does not feature in the top few colors when it comes to the Indian or the wedding palette. But today, we are here just to change that thinking! Peach may be a light color, much less striking than pink. But the color is so soothing to the eye, it creates a style statement of its own! When combined with the right shades, Peach Bridal Lehenga look really sophisticated, classy, subtle yet stunning!

Peach Bridal Lehenga – Go Peaches !

1. Maroon and Peach Bridal Lehenga

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Color combinations with peach are really tricky! Not all colors look good with such light subtle pastel tones. But this bridal look just nails it. While the choli is white with gold bootas all over, the skirt is in a vibrant peach tone with gold and maroon thread work concentrated at the bottom part. The dupatta, contrastingly, is in a dark maroon shade with floral motifs and ornate border.

2. Embroidered Peach Bridal Lehenga

Embroidered Peach Bridal Lehenga

Thread work or embroidery in a myriad shades look very good with a color like light peach. In fact a bit of embellishment goes a long way with such colors. So, if you are looking for a light yet gorgeous lehenga for occasions such as sangeet, mehendi etc, go for a net lehenga in peach tone with embroidery all over, just like this one!

3. Kurta Lehenga in Peach

Kurta Lehenga in Peach

This dreamlike wedding attire is to die for! Brides wanting to flaunt modest looks or those who want a bit of variation from the usual lehenga choli look, may go for such an attire. The skirt is in a decadent fabric in the color peach with an ornate border and sparsely organized floral motifs. The kurta is also in the same shade but showcases heavy zardozi work in traditional motifs. Here we see a combination of peach and bronze, instead of gold, and it looks magical!

4. Peaches and Cream

Peaches and Cream

No, that’s not the bride’s favourite flavour of ice cream! It’s the perfect way to describe her lehenga – in the combination of cream and a light yet vibrant peach tone. The presence of gold zari embroidery in traditional floral motifs take this lehenga to an all new level, giving it a decadent and luxurious look.

5. Peaches and Flowers

Peaches and Flowers

With a color like peach, one can really go all out with floral and feminine designs! This lehenga uses big floral motifs in different shades of peach primarily along with colors like pink, maroon dusty rose, ivory etc. In another base color, the design might have looked a bit too flowery but in this case, it looks as if peach fabrics and floral motifs are a match made in heaven.

6. Chikankari Lehenga in Peach

Chikankari Bridal Lehenga in Peach

Chikankari thread work looks like a dream on a base of peach! Peach is one of the traditional favourites when it comes to chikankari work. It’s a pastel shade and complements the white threads beautifully! So if you are looking for a subtle yet ethnic look for your wedding, go for a chikankari thread worked peach lehenga.

7. Silver Zari Embroidery

Silver Zari Embroidery

Most wedding lehengas like this beautiful Punjabi bride flaunts a lot of gold in the form of zari embroidery on sequin work! Silver embroidery goes well with cooler colors and we see most brides going for silver zari work with a color like midnight blue or steel grey for their reception party. But if you love silver zari embroidery and want to wear a lehenga showcasing the same on your wedding day itself, go for a peach lehenga. The color goes beautifully well with silver even though it’s warm toned.

8. Pastel Pink and Peach Bridal Lehenga

Pastel Pink and Peach Bridal Lehenga

When it comes to pastel tone fabrics, there is a thin line between pastel peach and blush pink. Most of the time, designers mix the two shades together or use them next to each other in their creations. This creates a layered look. The two shades are different yet they seem to blend with each other. This decadent lehenga portrays exactly this. The floral embroidery is more on the pink side while the base fabric is peach. The lehenga also showcases detailed zardozi bead work, pearl embroidery etc.

9. Peach Pink and Gold Lehenga

Peach Pink and Gold Lehenga

This light lehenga also uses the pastel peach colour with a pink undertone. The fabric has a layer of net on top which flaunts detailed gold zari and thread work. It’s perfect for those pre-wedding events like the engagement party or sangeet.

10. Light Peach Pleated Lehenga

Light Peach Pleated Lehenga

Day time weddings demand the combination of subtle colors and excellent craftsmanship. This bridal peach lehenga is just that! The color is so light and muted it looks like the first rays of the sun. And the work is just unparalleled – matte silver zardozi styles along with bead, stone and crystal embroidery. It looks just stunning! The lehenga skirt has a round cut and pleated look that makes the outfit even more exquisite.

11. Quintessential Peach and Gold Lehenga

Quintessential Peach and Gold Lehenga

This combination is so classic that it never fails to uphold that grand aspect of Indian weddings! This particular lehenga is no exception. The skirt is flared with detailed and elaborate work in decadent gold zari. The choli has full net sleeves with self embroidery. The pastel peach tone reflects the colors of the bride’s bouquet!

12. White Thread Work Lehenga

White on Peach Thread Work Lehenga

A non-bling look for the reception? A peach lehenga with detailed white thread work. This lehenga is devoid of any zari embellishment. The color is very light and muted yet it is perfect for the evening! The layer of net on top serves as the base for the thread work which is detailed to the extent of forming a textured look on its own. To add a bit of gold and to complement the muted peach tone, a light gold tulle dupatta has been added.

13. The Peach and Peacock Bridal Lehenga

The Peach and Peacock Bridal Lehenga

How much more exotic can it get? A vibrant peach tone with multi color thread work in motifs like tropical flowers and most importantly, the peacock, in all its glory! Such a beautiful lehenga reminds one of the rich Indian landscape with its floral and fauna. To add a bit of bling, a gold sequin blouse has been added.

14. Gold and Peach Lehenga

Gold and Peach Bridal Lehenga

This bridal lehenga flaunts an equal amount of gold and peach. If you want to wear a lighter tone on your wedding day, you can go for such a lehenga as all light colors don’t look so good with classic gold zari work. Checkout more of Golden Lehenga.

15. Peach and Silver Lehenga Dress

Peach and Silver Lehenga Dress

Lehenga dresses are the prettiest things ever! Designed like an extra-flared ankle-length anarkali kurta, they provide enough room for showcasing elaborate embellishment. Brides wanting to sport a different type of look or a very modest look on their wedding day may go for such lehenga dresses with subtle base tones like peach and elaborate silver or matte gold embellishment all over!

16. Double Dupatta Style Lehenga

Ivory and Peach Double Dupatta Style Lehenga

Ivory and peach – such a subtle, beautiful, dreamy, exotic, sober and elegant color combination rarely exists. This lehenga adds to that intricate zardozi embroidery in gold and the result is mesmerizing! The choli is a combination of peach with gold embellishment. The skirt is white with floral zardozi work. The lehenga also flaunts the double dupatta style. One of the dupattas, in peach tone with ornate gold border, has been pleated and draped quite aesthetically like the pallu of a saree.

17. The Classic Lehenga

The Classic Peach and Gold bridal Lehenga

You are having a daytime wedding! You can’t really flaunt a very dark shade! You also need a lot of gold going on your wedding attire! When in doubt, go for the classic peach and gold lehenga. Peach suits every Indian skin tone and when combined with gold it imparts a beautiful warm glow that is perfect for any bridal look or ensemble.

18. Light Peach and Pastel Blue Net Lehenga

Light Peach and Pastel Blue Net Lehenga

This lehenga represents a unique design language. The lehenga skirt is in a light pinkish peach tone with a layer of light net fabric on it. The dupatta is in the same neutral tone net with peach toned thread worked bootas and a pastel blue border. The choli is unique! In a combination of pastel blue and peach, the choli extends a long way downwards like a cape. It is thoroughly embellished in thread work with a bit of gold and the two pastel shades.

19. Bright Peach Cape Bridal Lehenga

Bright Peach Cape Bridal Lehenga

Let’s make it simpler! On an occasion like the sangeet, a full dupatta makes it difficult for you to dance! So go for a lehenga with a net cape instead of dupattas. Capes are generally made with net fabric which makes the outfit really light and comfortable. In a color combination like this bright peach with orange undertones and gold, the outfit looks even more beautiful.

20. Wedding Peaches

Wedding Peaches - Peach Bridal Lehenga

For more sober looks in peach and gold, you can go for such a lehenga! It ignores bright full gold tones and goes for matte textures and bronzy golds instead. Minimal sleek motifs on the skirt and a textured instead of an embellished choli does the job.

21. Sequin Work Peach Lehenga Dress

Sequin Work Peach Lehenga Dress

It’s the perfect reception evening look! It’s a lehenga dress with a larger-than-life flare. All over zardozi work can be seen in bronze and gold metallic beads. The zardozi work is complemented by sequin embroidery!

22. Lehenga Dress in Light Peach

Lehenga Dress in Light Peach

If you want a lehenga dress in peach, not for the reception party but the engagement evening or the sangeet, this one would be the perfect choice. Unlike the previous one, this one is lighter both in terms of embellishment and its density. We see more elaborate motifs in the waist area and subtle gold and silver motifs on the skirt.

23. The Peach Kurta Lehenga With Green Dupatta

The Peach Kurta Lehenga With Green Dupatta

Why do kurtas look so royal with lehenga skirts? It reminds one of the royal women of the Mughal era! This outfit is no less grand! The bead, zari, sequin and stone embroidery is done in abundance all over the outfit. The long kurta has a little slit down the middle which exposes the grand skirt underneath! What looks most beautiful is its pairing with an emerald green and gold dupatta.

24. Gorgeous White and Peach Cape bridal Lehenga

Gorgeous White and Peach Cape bridal Lehenga

This bride must be a professional model, she poses so beautifully in her gorgeous lehenga. The lehenga has more of white and less peach. But the peach and gold embellishment imparts a golden glow to the whole look. Instead of a dupatta, the outfit comes with an embellished cape with a slit from the waist downwards.

25. Blue and Peach Mirror Work Cape Lehenga

Blue and Peach Mirror Work Cape Lehenga

This exotic lehenga is one-of-a-kind! The choli and the lehenga skirt are in a cream tone. But they are topped with a fascinating cape in peach and blue. The cape has tie-up detail. It showcases thread embroidery in gold, cream and blue in the Ranihati Phulkari Tagai style. The hemline is adorned with chunky mirror work.

26. Shades of Peach

If you thought that peach was a color meant only for subtle, understated looks, think again! This bridal lehenga proves that peach is also appropriate for those quintessential blingy, vibrant wedding lehengas. In this case two shades of the color have been used – an orange-ish peach for the choli and a lighter shade for the skirt. The choli sleeves are green and we see all over gold zari embroidery.

27. White and Neon Peach Lehenga

White and Neon Peach Lehenga

This lehenga is one-of-a-kind! On a white skirt, we see a net layer with detailed thread embroidery in a vibrant neon peach shade. We see sequin and stone work too. The choli is full net sleeves with similar embroidery! The dupatta has a cut work border with a bit of pink thread work too.

28. Peach Gown-Style Lehenga

The outfit here is right out of a fairy tale! It’s a lehenga dress or a gown-style lehenga. The bodice showcases silver thread work along with stone, crystal and bead embroidery. The outfit uses fabrics like tissue and georgette which gives the skirt an excellent flare.

29. Silk Lehenga Dress in Peach

Silk Lehenga Dress in Peach

On luxurious fabrics like silk light colors like peach look beautiful! This Plus sized lehenga dress flaunts exactly that combination along with exquisite gold zari and sequin handwork on the skirt, neckline and dupatta border.

30. Pastel Green and Peach Bridal Lehenga

Pastel Green and Peach Bridal Lehenga

This lehenga showcases the most unique color combination – pastel peach and pastel sea green! The juxtaposition of the two colors is so soothing to the eye and it is perfect for that understated yet colorful morning wedding look. We see the use of net on the skirt, thread work, zari and a broad gold border! It’s the perfect peach bridal lehenga!

Peach lehengas complement every Indian bride or bridesmaids. Instead of going for dark shades for your reception, you can opt for a color like peach. For more expertise on the matter get in touch with us.


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34 Stunning Silk Lehengas that Define the Classy Bride

Silk Lehenga is a preferred choice for the Indian Women, a bride or someone attending Indian Wedding or Function. A variety of silks are available in India today, the weaving techniques of which date back to centuries. From the Kanchipuram silks of Tamil Nadu to the Banarasi brocades of Uttar Pradesh, from the Muga silk of Assam to the Ikkat silks of Odisha, from West Bengal’s Murshidabadi and Baluchari silks to Madhya Pradesh’s Chanderi silk – the list will go on and on! Tussar silks, raw silks or pure silks or pattus – these fabrics are rich, luscious and speak of class and decadence.

Hence, they are extensively used in premium wedding ethnic wear in India. Not only are sarees made from silk in India, lehengas also use silk fabrics in plenty! Silks provide a lustrous base for all kinds of embellishments.

34 stunning silk lehengas for all Indian occasions

1. The Ultimate Lehenga in Black Silk

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Nothing can be classier than black silk! When you are in doubt, go for black silk! Want to create an impression? Wear black silk! Want to intimidate? Go for black silk! However, this particular silk lehenga in black is all set to blow everyone’s mind. The lehenga boasts multi-color thread work on the choli which also showcases a deep plunging neckline. The skirt has floral embroidery concentrated on the bottom half. The colors used are gold, orange, red and green.

2. Chanderi Silk Lehenga in Soothing Pink

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Chanderi silk has a shiny metallic translucent texture which comes alive in this quartz pink silk lehenga. It is heavily embellished in silver. The choli is sleeveless and has zardozi floral chequered work. The embroidery on the skirt has been done with chintz. Delicate jaal work has been used in mini leaf patterns. The dupatta has nakshi work and checks using glass beads.

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Shiny and rich – this olive green silk is perfect for an off-beat wedding lehenga. The flared skirt boasts intricate and dense embroidered details. Self-tone thread work and silver beads, crystals have been used to create traditional geometric motifs.

4. The Mughal Bride in Red Silk

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This royal red silk lehenga can transform you into a Mughal bride on your wedding day. The red of this lehengais unique. It has a tinge of sunset orange. That lovingly complements the golden embroidery on the outfit. Panels form the design structure of the lehenga skirt which settle into a band of embroidered peacocks and floral motifs in gold.

5. Deep Coral Pink Silk Wedding Lehenga

A lehenga appropriate for the ultimate big fat Indian wedding! The color is a unique shade of pink – a deep coral tone. A heavy silk brocade has been used for the skirt. The floral woven designs have been coupled with zardozibeads, thread, crystal and sequin work. Double dupatta style makes the outfit even grander.

6. Floral Tussar Silk Lehenga

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Tussar is a type of silk fabric that has a natural creamy beige color. It serves as the ideal background for any multi-color design. In this case, floral digital prints have been used in multiple shades of red, pink, red etc on the tussar. Cut-work border looks good. The net dupatta comes in a light pink tone with floral border.

7. Unembellished Silk Lehenga in Bluish Lilac

The appeal of this lehenga lies in the smooth and decadent silk with which it is made! The lack of embellishment intensifies the richness of the silk. The color of the outfit is different from any other shade of mauve or purple you have come across before. It has an undertone of blue. The color, texture and design language give a bout of freshness and lightness to the whole outfit. Only the cut out border showcases some zari embroidery. It has been paired with a contrast pink, embellished blouse.

8. Red Silk Lehenga Dress with Double Dupatta Style

The lehenga dress is a cross between a lehenga and a kalidar or anarkali style dress. Brides who prefer fusion fashion or those who prefer a long gown-style wedding outfit can go for such looks. A long, flared outfit also creates a posh appeal! This particular red silk lehenga dress looks even more decadent. First, the rich silk and lack of embellishment steals the show! Moreover, the double dupatta style enhances the appeal. One of them being a bespoke Benarasi dupatta makes a lot of difference.

9. South Indian Silk Lehenga in Orange and Peach

A play of various textures and crafts can be seen in this lehenga. The skirt comes in a thousand-pleated flared look, in a heavy silk brocade. Gold and orange have been used. The dupatta and choli are in lighter peach tones with gold zari embroidery and zardozi work. The dupatta has zari applique border and the skirt too flaunts a broad gold zari work border.

10. Blue Block Printed Silk Lehenga

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This gorgeous Blue silk Lehenga has been custom. It is not only flared but has an extensive and detailed pleated look. The rich color of the silk also turns a shade lighter. The blouse is plain and going perfectly with the overall look of the outfit. The outfit has been paired with a blue block printed dupatta.

11. Multicolor Chevron Silk Lehenga

Though bridal, this unique lehenga can be styled in a thousand different ways post the wedding! Such a Chevron lehenga can also be sported by the bridesmaid too. The use of multicolors in pastel textures and combining them with matte gold and a bit of mirror work, does the trick. The design language is traditional with floral motifs being the focus.

12. Mirror Work on Silk

A rich azure silk fabric has been coupled with glittery mirror work to create a unique design language. Mirror work is the only form of embellishment used in this outfit. It is paired with a contrasting orange bandhej dupattawhich also showcases mirror work.

13. Pink Brocade Bridal Silk Lehenga

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With silk brocades, the need for surface embellishments is minimal. This is because the rich texture of the fabric is gorgeous enough! Also, embellishment clashes with the brocade woven designs creating an ‘over-the-top’ look. So, the designer in this case has cleverly kept the zari work and zardozi embroidery away from the brocade skirt and placed it on the choli. This light pink lehenga is paired with a white dupatta.

14. Printed Silk Lehenga

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We generally consider outfits with elaborate printed motifs as casual or regular. At most, the bride is seen flaunting a printed lehenga on one of the pre-wedding functions where she wants to keep the outfit light. But silk is one fabric on which even prints look luxurious and imperial! This lehenga, for example, used multiple hues showcasing multiple traditional printed motifs on the skirt. From zigzag motifs, elephant motifs, floral patterns to designs inspired from Indian architecture- the lehenga skirt looks regal! A bit of mirror work has also been used.

15. All That Glitters is Silk

This sunset gold toned silk lehenga belongs to a different universe! It takes one to the times of the Rajahs and the Maharanis! The lustre of the silk, the unique tone of gold, the gold zari and zardozi work, the flare, the larger-than-life appeal – make this lehenga stand apart. Mainly floral motifs have been used with large motifs of leaves.

16. Purple Silk Lehenga for Wedding

The combination of bright purple and pale silver is mesmerizing! Silks have the ability to accentuate the depth of any color. The same has happened in this case. Floral bootas are placed all over the lehenga skirt and choli. The choli and dupatta have ornate borders while elaborate polki motifs have been used on the broad border of the lehenga skirt. The hemline of the skirt is not straight but patterned!

17. Pistachio Green Raw Silk Lehenga

The thing with silks is that even light colors look regal on them! This bride is wearing a light cool-toned pistachio green silk bridal lehenga with minimalistic gold embellishments. Tiny bootas and ornate borders are all that adorns the outfit upholding the richness of the raw silk fabric. Double dupatta style can be seen. The cross-body dupatta is in sheer net while the one draped around the head of the bride showcases jhallar details.

18. About Nets on Silk

This is a silk lehenga in a peach-pink shade with a layer of shrill net on top. The layering of the two fabrics creates a dramatic illusion. The woven gold triangular motifs on the net look beautiful contrasted to the soft, heavy silk underneath. The net layer also has a broad gold border.

19. Colors on Silk

This silk lehenga looks exotic! The light blue silk is rich and numerous bright colors like pink, magenta, blue, fuchsia, gold, yellow, green, baby pink etc have been used in various floral motifs on the skirt. Perfectly contrasted to this riot of colors on the skirt is the minimalistic choli and light net dupatta.

20. Dual Tone South Indian Silk Lehenga

These lehengas are popular as “half sarees” in South India. In luscious silk fabrics with luxurious zari borders, these lehenga skirts have rich textures! They come with a contrast tone blouse and dupatta. This silk lehenga is in a fiery orange tone with dark pink border. The blouse in dark pink has zari embroidery. The dupatta is pleated and stays in place with a traditional temple-style gold belt! The temple jewellery along with the richness of the silk creates a traditional look.

21. Kanchipuram  Silk Lehenga in Bronze and Dark Red

The lehenga skirt is made up of Kanchipuram silk with woven motifs, luxuriant and dense, in self-tone! The broad, dark red border with woven gold zari motifs adds depth and dimension to the outfit. Contrasted to the rich silk, the dupatta and blouse come in a lightweight bronze net! The dupatta has all-over sequin work with a thin dark red and gold border while the blouse has intricate zardozi floral motifs in self-tone embroidered on it.

22. Purple Silk Handcrafted Summer Wedding Lehenga

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A decadent silk fabric in a bright purple tone has been used to create this silk lehenga. White and gold thread embroidery has been used on the blouse which boast a Mughal fashion-inspired yoke design and full sleeves. On the dupatta and the lehenga skirt elaborate zardozi work can be seen. The contrast of white and purple with the glamour of gold – is one of the most beautiful color combinations for ethnic wear!

23. Moss Green & Gold Brocade Silk Lehenga

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A Banarasi brocade lehenga in an uncommon color – moss green! The richness of the silk fabric comes alive through the exquisite Banarasi brocade work resplendent on the lehenga skirt and blouse. The light, flowing, semi-transparent net dupatta perfectly contrasts the heavy silk and brings out its luxuriousness. The dupatta has an ornate gold zari border.

24. Red Pattu Lehenga

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The lavish red silk is what makes this wedding silk lehenga unique! There is hardly any surface embellishment used! The heavily flared skirt flows into floral woven motifs which forms the border of the skirt. The choli has gold zardozi and bead embroidery in the borders as well as the sleeves. The dupatta border too showcases similar work with all over tiny boota motifs.

25. Banarasi Silk Lehenga Skirt with Fusion Choli

This silk lehenga is perfect for the engagement or mehendi or sangeet function. The light pink and silver Banarasi brocade silk lehenga skirt is exquisite. Paired with it, the deep pink fusion choli looks amazing. The choli is designed after a shirt with tie-up detail in front.

26. Purple Banarasi Silk Lehenga

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The dark purple and gold Banarasi silk fabric is totally traditional! Floral motifs adorn the skirt and choli sleeves. The bodice comes in a brocade. This is paired with a tussar color dupatta.

27. Peach Silk Fusion Lehenga

Two shades of peach have been used in this outfit. The skirt and fusion choli come in a lighter tone while the jacket-style dupatta and skirt border are in a more pinkish peach tone. The embellishment pattern is unique. Sequin work, all over, creates a homogeneous, textured design language.

28. Multi-Toned Gold Lehenga in Silk

For those who are not fond of traditional ethnic wedding wear, you can go for a lehenga of this type for your wedding reception party. The lehenga uses various shades of gold on a rich silk surface. The color transition effect looks great with the thorough sequin work. It is paired with a sleeveless choli and net dupatta.

29. Matte Banarasi Brocade Lehenga

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One of the most subtle and beautiful lehengas in this list! The purple used in the case of this outfit is warm toned. The silk fabric makes it rich. The choli and the dupatta are pretty low on the embellishment scale so that all the focus shifts to the woven Banarasi brocade skirt. The work is unique as it is devoid of all the glitter. The brocade work is done using matte gold threads. The traditional motifs look beautifully Indian and fresh!

30. Black Boho Silk Lehenga

Having a strong boho vibe, this black silk lehenga is truly unique! The full-sleeve choli is completely unembellished. The skirt has vertical panels that transition into multiple zigzag layers of vibrant colors. In textured silk fabrics, these layers comprise the design language of the outfit. The design is repeated on the dupatta too.

31. Floral Unembellished Silk Lehenga

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A simplistic heavy organza and silk lehenga in a dusty pink tone! The choli has full sleeves. There is no embellishment except for a huge hand-crafted flower attached to the lehenga skirt.

32. Banarasi Silk South Indian Lehenga

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A traditional south Indian half saree in a luxurious Banarasi brocade fabric in purple and gold! The pleated look of the skirt is exotic. The dupatta comes in a contrasted off-white shade with gold zari and thread work in floral motifs, with cut work border.

33. Black and Orange Ikkat Silk Lehenga

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This black silk lehenga is one of a kind! The skirt has a chequered look. It is paired with black ikkat high-neck choli with embellished neckline and sleeve borders. The dupatta is a traditional silk ikkat one using black, orange and gold. The skirt border also has a broad band of orange on which gold embroidered motifs are placed.


Silks fabrics are intertwined with the history, heritage and culture of India! Silk production and trade in India dates back to the 15th Century. Heavy silk trading took place between India and China, Persia, Greece, Italy and even the Mediterranean region. The trade route used for the purpose is still known as the Silk Route or the Silk Road.

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