How To Style Layered Lehenga Sets With Different Blouses and Accessories

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Layered lehenga sets are one of the gorgeous styles that have been on trend for many years, and they are also the most popular choice for brides. They feature multiple layers of fabrics on the skirt, generating flares of varying widths from top to bottom. Jiya by Veer Design Studio's layered lehengas draw inspiration from the kurta lehenga, a traditional Indian attire that has been modified by the addition of several layers of cloth. Being a part of the long-standing traditions of India, these dresses have undergone a series of innovations and can be paired with different blouses and accessories.

Layered Lehenga Sets with Different Blouses and Accessories

Fashion styling is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of looking attractive. Hence, below we have filtered some of the most fashionable and eye-catching tips for styling your layered lehenga with different types of blouses and accessories.

  • Crop tops style blouses

Layered lehengas with crop tops are clothes that are ideal for celebration. Be it a wedding, a festival, a reception party, a family gathering, or any other function. They are the rage these days and will make you look both bold and beautiful. They blend ethnicity and tradition with a dash of daring and sensuality to get an astonishing end product. As it exudes a feeling of majesty and refinement, it will therefore make you appear to be a stylish desi fashionista. You may accessorise with a heavy necklace and also with heels, juttis, or mojaris, and Kolhapuris will look good with this attire.

  • Long blouses

Long blouses look very different and unique compared to traditional blouses. Most of these blouses are like regular blouses except for the length of the hemline. They are great for all body shapes, especially when you don’t have a tight tummy to flaunt. The pattern gives complete coverage and is the perfect look when you wear a layered lehenga. To achieve the perfect look, choose the right accessories to complement not just the layered lehenga but also the long blouse. Stone work, pearls, or kundan necklaces are great choices, as they add a whole lot of sophistication to the outfit.

  • Embroidered blouses

A layered lehenga is the most common desire of women for weddings, bridal attire, or any occasion. When paired with a layered lehenga, embroidered blouses are even more opulent and enhance their entire appearance. There are several kinds of embroidery available, and choosing them carefully could enhance your appearance. The most popular blouse embroidery in recent years has been zari, chikankari, and gota patti, which are said to be ideal for layered lehengas and crop top with palazzo sets. The layered lehenga with embroidery blouse works well with oxidised jewellery and accessories, which may successfully emphasise the "fusion" element of this ensemble. You may also coordinate with purses and shoes.

  • Jacket style blouse

This is something that is always in fashion, and jacket-style blouses are one of them. These blouses will add a little touch to your wardrobe and greatly improve your sense of style. Keep in mind that this concept is modern and perfect for layered lehengas. An additional way to show off your intriguing side is to wear a transparent jacket with elaborate embroidery or a full- or half-sleeve jacket blouse. Furthermore, you may demonstrate your belief that you are uniquely different by donning an outer layer that contrasts with your lehenga.

At Jiya by Veer Design Studio, we have the newest collections of these layered lehenga and modern gharara sharara dress, as well as a wide variety of Indian ethnic outfits that you can style with various combinations. These styles and combinations are timeless and will suit you on a variety of occasions.
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