Indo Western Lehenga Choli

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Stand out with ethnic and versatile Indo-Western Lehengas

As part of the Indian community in the West, you would agree that being invited to an Indian friend’s or colleague’s wedding has become somewhat of a common occurrence.  This also means finding the right Indo-western lehenga choli, with the perfect blend of ethnic and modern designs,adorned in intricate embroidery, and rich vibrant colors.

The lehenga is a three-piece outfit that includes a long skirt, secured at the waist so that the midriff is left bare. 

The lehenga choli is a fitted blouse that is embroidered, and it’s paired with a dupatta that is used to cover the midriff and head (depending on how you wish to drape it).

History of the lehenga choli:

The lehenga choli became famous when women in North India started wearing them on grand occasions like weddings and significant festivals, during the 10th century. A good lehenga would involve amazing craftsmanship, this was because of the arrival of Mughals from the 12th to 18th century. Before the 10th century, the lehengas were pretty simple, and they were made from cotton. It was after the 18th century that royal fabrics, like silk, and embroidery were used. It was these elements that made the lehenga so alluring, and why it has evolved into modern styles like the western lehenga choli.

Popular Indo-western lehengas styles

Modern-day lehengas are a fusion of east and west, whether you want to don an Indo-western chaniya choli or Indo-western ghagra choli, there are many fabrics, styles, and pleat techniques to choose from. You can go for full skirts that have yards of fabrics and pleats, or you can go for something simple like an A-line fit which is usually made out of velvet and heavy brocade.

Other popular skirt styles include the mermaid-cut, which is fitted at the hips and flares out around the knees. If you want to go for something comfortable and allows for a wide motion range then go for a gharara or a sharara, these pant-styles are comfortable and unique. The gharara is divided into two sections and its fit is similar to a mermaid-cut. The sharara is a traditional lehenga style that includes flared pants with wide hemlines that look quite similar to a skirt.

Another popular piece that you can look for is a wraparound skirt or a layered skirt, which will pair well with a fitted blouse.

Speaking of fitted lehenga cholis, while they do stop at the midriff, showing excessive amounts of cleavage is looked down upon at Indian weddings so there are many interesting styles and silhouettes you can play around with.

Some of the popular lehenga blouse styles are a mix of the following silhouettes

  • Neckline- Boat-neck, V-neck, Chinese collar, and sweetheart neckline

  • Sleeves- Long sleeves, sleeveless, short sleeves, three fourth sleeves that go down till the elbows

  • Back- Plunging, crisscross, or strings that are made of tassels and beads

  • Length- You can choose from blouses that expose the midriff, or go for ones that are long and reach the waist where the skirt is tied.

  • Another popular Indo-western lehenga choli trend is using a tunic as a blouse, you can go for tunics that are long and reach below the hips.

The third element of the lehenga that ties the outfit together is the dupatta, and there are many ways to wear this fashionable stole to add finishing touches to your look. Usually, the dupatta is made out of fabric like chiffon or mesh. You can wrap it around your shoulders, across the back or front. You can even drape the stole by tucking one end into the waist and wrapping it so that it falls off one shoulder.

What materials are commonly used in western lehenga cholis?

You can choose the material to make your lehenga depending on the weather. In summers, you can opt for lehengas that are made out of cotton and are well- embellished. Cotton skirts are heavily embroidered around the hem, and this keeps the skirt in place. In winters, you can go for lehengas that incorporate fabulous brocades, various silks and velvets.

Occasions to wear a lehenga

Special occasions like weddings, parties, and festival celebrations are usually why Indian women in the US, UK and other countries opt to wear an Indo western lehenga. 


It’s recommended that you practice sustainable fashion and use your Indo western lehenga all year long. This is why you have to invest in quality clothing that will last you a lifetime. You should get your lehenga cholis dry cleaned because of the material and embellishments. Once washed and dried, they have to be stored in a dry place, wrapped in plastic or clean white cloth to prevent the embroidery from getting tarnished. This is the only way your lehenga will be as good as new, for a long time.

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Lehenga Choli is a traditional Indian outfit consisting of a Skirt, Dupatta, and a Blouse. Over the years style and fashion have evolved Lehenga Cholis into a Stylish Fusion Outfit. It has multiple variations of it. It now comes in Maxi Skirts and Crop Tops basic sets. Long Jacket Lehengas is another trend now.

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