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Lehengas are also known as a Lacha or Pavadai. These are ankle-length skirts originally from India that have different patterns and traditional embroidery used to decorate it.
For special occasions and big events, Gota Patti embroidery is used on Lehenga. This type of embroidery uses the applique technique, and zari ribbons are put to the fabric, and the edges are sewn down to make the patterns more elaborate.
There are many different variations of Lehenga, which include the following:
As its name suggests, this Lehenga has an A-line skirt that resembles the shape of the letter "A." It's tighter around the waist and flares out at the bottom.
The Ghagri Lehenga is a 6-foot long skirt that is the same as the original antariya. It is distinctly narrow and is mostly seen worn by Jain nuns.
These are also known as circular Lehengas that have fabric layers around the skirt for volume. It can either be layered or pleated.
This type of Lehenga has distinct horizontal fabric panels stitched together to create a flare effect. This results in the skirt looking fuller. The panels can be made of different shapes and sizes, or they could also be uniformed.
Mermaid Lehenga has a more modern silhouette. It is also known as trumpet or fishtail because it closely resembles the shape of a fish's tail. Its distinct characteristic is that it is fitted around the waist area up to the knees, then it flares out over the calves.
Aside from having plenty of variations and design options, what’s nice about Lehenga is that they are sophisticated but they also showcase the natural figure of a woman’s body which is a huge plus.