If you are looking for a designer lehenga or a party wear lehenga, you must take note of certain things like the fabric, work, color, dupatta drape style, makeup, accessories and so on.
When alia bhatt said,” Main shaadi karoongi toh Kareena waala designer lehenga pehenke karoongi … varna dulhe ko tata bye-bye kardo”, I am sure million other girls would have said that in chorus. Every women loves designer lehenga and they do not deny it either. Brides, bridesmaid, sister of the bride, mother of the bride, sister of the groom, cousins of the groom and bride, practically every close female relative would want to don a designer lehenga or designer wear.
Designer lehengas are not just popular for the namesake, instead it is the exemplary craftsmanship on these lehengas that attracts girls and women to buy them. The fabrics are lush and royal, the work and embroidery is eccentric, the draping style is exclusive, and there is so much in a designer lehenga that demands attention.
The fabric is most important, depending on the season and depending on the kind of look that you are aiming for, you can pick from georgette lehengas, net designer lehenga, silk designer lehenga or velvet designer lehengas. There are brocade lehengas too that come with inner brocade fabric in beautiful design and net outer fabric that is either embroidered or plain with a statement border design.
The work of course is as important as the fabric. When we talk of designer lehengas, it is not a necessity that the lehenga would feature very heavy embroidery work or design, in fact some of the designer lehengas are quite simple but it is the cut and style of the lehenga that makes it just perfect to be worn to a party. However, if you are looking to buy designer lehenga for a wedding or any such extravagant occasion, then look for designer lehengas that have heavy zardosi work, stone work, embellishments, resham and zari work.
The style of the lehenga is important because there are certain styles and cut of lehengas that might not look on a particular body type, similarly there can be a lehenga cut style that would perfectly accentuate your body frame.
Color if without a doubt the most important aspect. You can go for gold, pastels, pink, red, maroon or unconventional colors like beige and cream. Take your pick, even weird color combinations look great.
When you wear a lehenga, you can either go with the single dupatta drape or the double dupatta drape. The single dupatta drape can be done in many different ways, the double dupatta drape add more volume to the look and allows you to style up the outfit in a great way.
The makeup and accessories are as important as everything else. If you are planning to wear gold jewelry, I will suggest that you buy the jewelry first and then buy the lehenga. Because let’s admit it, there is only a couple of times that we can wear the lehenga but the jewelry is going to be there forever, so the wise thing would be to get a jewelry first and then buy a designer lehenga that goes well with it. The plus point here is that gold and diamond go with everything, so you do not have to swear on this. If you are buying imitation jewelry, then you are free to make the jewelry/accessory purchase post buying the lehenga.
Party wear lehengas have to stand out, it is essential that you look spectacular and in order to that, you will need to be very specific about what you are actually looking for in the lehenga and then go buy it.