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Are you going to be marry and looking for the best fashionable lehengas for your day then we are here to help you to select lehenga for your wedding day if you call this day as baraat as lehengasare the traditional dress in Asian countries as well south Asian people also like to wear this trendy wedding dress. Here people like to be dressed in usually bright tinted wedding dresses that give complete look after the difficult of beautiful identical jewelry.

Report of a Lehenga A lehenga is one of the most common traditional Indian garments. At one time it was part of daily wear of women in certain parts of the country. However, nowadays it is use only for special occasions such as weddings, actions and festivals. The entire outfit comprises of a full length skirt, a blouse or choli and a dupatta.

Fashion designers make new and elegance bridal lehengas and introduce in their countries for their people. In Pakistan Bridal Couture Week was successfully held in Lahore and Karachi in which top designers present their latest Bridal Wear Collectionthat can never let you to close your eyes and these are for the girls who are going to be brides in the year 2011.

It has tight covers and a decorative neckline. The dupatta or chunni is an embroidered stole which games the rest of the outfit. It is either draped around the neck or agreed over the shoulder to fall in elegant pleats. Lehenga Style A bride has four different options in terms of Bridal Lehenga styles. The first is the fishtail suit lehenga which is body cuddling till the knees and then flows out in numerous flares. Another style is the straight cut Lehenga which drapes parallel to the legs in a similar manner to that of a wraparound skirt.

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