- Lehenga (skirt), choli (blouse), and dupatta (scarf or shawl) are the three primary parts of the classic Indian attire known as a lehenga choli. In India and other South Asian nations, it is a well-liked option for weddings, festivals, and other ceremonial events.
- Lehenga: A lehenga is a long, flared skirt that typically falls to the ankles after sitting at the waist. Lehengas can be made in a variety of cuts, including mermaid, circular, and A-line styles, each of which produces a distinctive silhouette.
- Cholis: Depending on the wearer's preferences and the occasion, the choli's design can range from classic to modern.
Lehenga Color:-Olive Green
Choli Fabric:-Chinon Silk
Lehenga Fabric:-Chinon Silk
Dupatta Fabric:-Chinon Silk
Lehenga Work:-Embellished Mukaish Work
Choli Work:-Thread with Seqince Embroidered Work
Dupatta Work:-Thread with Seqince Embroidered Work
Lehenga Length(Semi Stitched):-42 INCH
Choli Length (Unstitched):-0.80 MTR
Dupatta Length (Ready To Wear):-2.30 MTR