Prevails in the Indian Fashion. Regardless of this wide available variety the Lehenga Choli has emerged as the second best traditional wear after sari. Lahenga as a dress is extremely easy to carry and is fairly comfortable.
For this reason brides have been choosing Lehenga Choli over Benarasi these days. You can wear the Lehenga Choli to a wedding as well as to parties.
The Lehenga has evolved from the Mughal houses to the ramp. The Indian Lehenga Choli has come a long way from the majestic royal wear to the first choice for the Indian women. The journey of the Lehenga Choli has been an exciting one.
There has been a very minor modification in the present day Lehenga Choli. The designs are still dominated by the Mughal era. The dress consists of a customary long skirt called theLehenga, Choli or the blouse accompanied by a long heavily embroidered dupatta. The fabrics used are mostly silk and brocade. The material of the dupatta is presently being made of silk, linen and sometimes chiffon.