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The name itself describes what actually we are going to talk about right? The Wholesale lehenga sarees are kind of half skirt, half pallu pattern. It was introduced in 20th century okay so not older. But still it’s quite young and barely people knows about this pattern, it is very easy to wear sari without any pleating “jhanjat “. It gives you same look as you wear a lehanga but with very efficient way. It can be as simple as you want to even vice-versa. It is a new trend of sarees in new fashion gifted in India. This is an ethnic mix of the traditional sari and a lehanga choli. It is normally 4.5 metres to 5.5 metres long. To wear one, unlike a sari, one doesn't have to form pleats but may ‘simply hold and drape'

Apparently, a traditional sari, the lehenga style saree is worn over a type of inner called “petticoat” along with choli a designer blouse or crop. The style of choli mostly rearranged of the choli of a typical Ghagra. Sometimes ordinary blouses are also matches with it. The choli is mostly of “backless” style, deep neck, or a halter neck style. As with choli worn with the sari, there are also gorgeous Lehenga style saree which lead to a ready-made sari that came from the need of an artistic yet easy to wear party garment. The easy-to-wear option of the attire tells the ladies just to slip into it and be ready in minutes no women does that at least give her 5 minutes okay..! ;) . Stitched as a long flared skirt with a zip at the side to get a perfect shape, it is made to the measurements of the wearer. The ensemble needs to be slipped in, and then the wearer can uphold the zipper and drape the pallu over the shoulders and let it fall down. This is an outfit for women with usual draping and pleating that the regular saree demands. This style of sari’s pallu has the spectacular effect of the matching dupatta of the usual Lehanga Choli

Embroidery and embellishments

Various types of embroidery patterns are employed according to it. Bagh, Chikan, Kashida, Kasuti, Kantha, Sozni, Shish, Zardozi, etc. are some of the commonly practiced types of embroidery in the lehenga sarees

Bagh is a special kind of needlework done by women in Punjab to be worn during festivals, traditional functions and weddings. Bagh embroidery completely hides the base fabric and is a very heavy kind of embroidery. This embroidery is lovely as often the cloth is hardly detectable and only the beautiful embroidery is easily seen

Kashida is a Kashmiri embroidery type. This is very colorful and depicts Kashmir in its patterns. The other famous embroidery on wholesale lehenga sarees is the Kantha work and Kasuti work of Bangalore

Various rich and delicate embellishments are used on its patterns, which include golden embroidery, silver embroidery, real pearls, metal beads, wood beads, mirror work, lace work, sequins, glittering stones, Kundan, zardozi, glass beads, etc. Mostly rich fabrics like silk, georgette, brasso, brocade, chiffon, crepe, etc., are used in making of them

In India, Sabyasachi Mukherjee is known for his this apparel

Indian Draping

Compared with traditional sarees, the method of draping this style is relatively simple and hassle-free. The plain end of it is tucked into the petticoat/in skirt and wrapped once completely around the waist, similar to wearing a regular saree. Whereas pleats would be made in a sari, at this point with the lehanga style one continues to push in the wrap without making any pleats. (In it, pleats are replaced with embellished gotas or panels at the front, which imparts a flared silhouette that is its characteristic. Finally, the pallu is draped over the shoulder

The only difference between them is that it doesn't require pleats to be formed at the front. Few of them come with side hooks too. The hook-it-and-fix technique fits snugly around the waisted with kundan, beads, mirrors etc