All About Embroidered Lehenga Choli

Embroidered lehenga is the traditional Indian clothing of women since ancient time. Popular both among wanderers, tribals as well as royal people of olden days, embroidered lehngas come in many different styles. The tribals prefer embroidered lengha in ordinary cotton fabric with as many as eighty panels with ornate embroidery and mirror work.

Royalty could afford more intricate brocade, tanchoi and heavy satins even with real gold and silver embroidery, studded with precious stones. The length of tribal embroidered lehenga varied between knee to ankle, whereas that of richer people was always long enough to touch the floor as they moved.

Fascinating embroideries and crafts

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Lehangas are being used as a bridal wear. Embroidered bridal lehanga with mirror work is a good option for a bridal attire. Embroidered bridal lehengas choli, wedding lehenga choli is manufactured in different parts of the world. India is a rich centre of manufacturing and wearing of this type of clothing.

In India, it is manufactured in many states. Utsav Fashion presents the rich saga of womanhood through these lehanga, embroidered lenghas, embroidered lehngas and wedding lehenga choli which are available for online shopping with more than 3000 lehenga designs.

Traditionally the garb of tribal and rural women, the embroidered lehanga – choli made up of a comfortable fabric, can be worn on festivals or other celebrations. Feminine and graceful, the long skirt is decorated with embroidery and mirror work. The short, fitted chole is also in festive colors and has gorgeous embroidery.

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The complex border patterns which appear all over the world – from Eastern Europe to Palestine and from Thailand to Morocco – are actually created in a very simple way. Single motifs are uncommon in peasant embroidery.

Instead the motifs are usually repeated to form straight bands, which are then arranged above one another. Traditional Greek Island designs can have as many as six or seven different bands put together to form an intricate border, which is usually finished with a pattern that creates a broken outer edge.