5 Different Occasions for Women To Adorn Lehenga Sets

5 Different Occasions for Women To Adorn Lehenga Sets

Indian culture is known for its rich diversity as it has various traditions, languages, religions and ethics, etc. that can be found in one country altogether. One of the most worn traditional attire of women is the lehenga. You can wear it at a wedding or at a party, depending upon the demand of the event. A party wear traditional crop top lehenga is one of the perfect choices for any or every event.

The lehenga set consists of three particular pieces - blouse or choli, dupatta, and lehenga or skirt. The lehenga can be adorned with embroidery, beadwork, or stonework to enhance its flare and beauty. You can wear a lehenga for a plethora of events such as weddings, parties, festivals, and so on.

Let us take you through a list of 5 different occasions to adorn a lehenga set:

1.    Weddings

A lehenga set worn in any colour looks magnificent and graceful at weddings. It looks even more elegant when adorned with crochet designs, flowery designs or sequins forming pictures. You can also style the blouse with any cut you desire – conventional or contemporary.

Sage Green Princess Gowns for Indian wedding reception are sure to make all heads turn towards you at the event. The outfit has floral cluster sequins that are embroidered in pastel shades. The attached cape sleeve draped in net is highlighted with feathers.

2.    Parties 

Look all decked up in the Roohani Lehenga. This party-style lehenga is made using royal blue raw silk cloth, which is adorned with chandelier motifs embroidered in resham and crystals. The lehenga is paired with a light blue raw silk choli with a sheer net back and net dupatta.

You can toss away the net dupatta when the music begins and you want to groove along with the rest of the people at the party.

3.    Engagement Ceremonies  

Even though engagement ceremonies are not a very large function, you can use it as an excuse to play matching with your besties or significant other. Dress elegantly with the Sage Pearl Ombre Lehenga. This lehenga comes in sage green and has an embroidered silk bustier choli. It is paired with a sage green net sheer pearls and beads studded lehenga. The net cape-style tasselled jacket is embroidered in metallic zardozi.

4.    Wedding Receptions

The evergreen modern gharara sharara dress can be worn as a lehenga at a wedding reception. The Mihika Kurta Lehenga helps you look traditional yet elegant and poised. This sleeveless net kurta comes in mint green colour with multi-coloured floral resham and gold zardozi embroidery. The pastel pink net dupatta helps complete the look.

5.    Traditional Functions

Certain rituals and traditions require specific clothing, which may become troublesome for a lot of women. Donning a traditionally styled lehenga choli is the ethnic wear to dress for a puja. The Lilac And Aqua Mirrorwork Lehenga Set is the perfect attire for the occasion. It is designed with half sleeves along with a high neckline to prevent displaying too much skin unintentionally.

The lilac silk choli is embroidered in resham and mirror work embroidery. It is paired with an aqua green sequin tiered georgette lehenga with an attached coral pink georgette draped dupatta embroidered in mirror work.


Therefore, as we have many different occasions, we must have an outfit which is suitable for the event. Visit our website, Jiya by Veer Design Studio, if you are looking to buy lehenga for any of the occasions mentioned above. We have a huge catalogue of all-occasion lehenga sets which will for sure make you a hit at every event.

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