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Silk lehengas, also known as Benarasi lehengas, are everywhere! The traditional, ethnic outfit is popular amongst Indian women all over the world. They are elegant, rich, traditional, light, and add just the right amount of glamour to any special occasion.


The reason many women love to wear the Banarasi lehenga is that it’s a great example of excellent artistry.


Popular silk lehenga choli styles

The silk lehenga is quite versatile, you can opt for one that is heavily embroidered or something simple with a hint of modern elements. Here are some popular styles that will help you decide on the lehenga in silk fabric that is perfect for you.


Simple lehenga

There is a lehenga style for every mood. If you feel like royalty, then you can opt for silks that are in midnight blue or red silk. If you want to keep it light, breezy, and summery then opt for lehengas that have minimal embellishments. If you don’t want to drape a saree, then you go for a lehenga saree.


Net Lehenga

Want to feel like a princess? Then the simple net lehenga design will make you feel regal and elegant. Ensure that you get this design in pastel shades like mint green, light pink, and powder blue to emphasize the feminine features of the outfit. The simple net pattern includes a skirt that has multiple layers, and it’s perfect for women who have petite frames because it adds volume.


Banarasi silk lehenga

There is something about the smooth silk and vibrant color combination that makes a woman look impeccable. A silk lehenga choli looks even more gorgeous when it’s paired with minimal design and embellishments. The pure silk lehenga is perfect for any pre or post-wedding celebrations, and you can get them in any color ranging from delicate cream to rich purples and reds.


Lehenga Saree:

If the thought of draping yards of material, and stabbing yourself with pins, is making you cringe, then don’t worry the lehenga saree is the outfit for you. The outfit is a skirt that is attached to a pallu and pleats. This means that you don’t have to go through the whole frustrating process of draping a saree. All you have to do is step into the skirt, hook the pleats around the waist, drape the pallu over your shoulder, and walk into the party looking like a million bucks.


Lehenga dress

Another modern twist on the raw silk lehenga is the lehenga dress. This outfit is a combination of the skirt, top, and dupatta; lending it an elegant look. The fun part about dress lehengas is that you can play around with styles and experiment with it as well.


Crop top lehenga dress

We can’t talk about Indo-western ethnic wear without mentioning the crop top lehenga dress. This silk lehenga doesn’t need a dupatta, and it's super chic and convenient. The top is a few inches longer than a blouse, and you can choose from a variety of sleeve lengths and neckline designs.


Occasions to wear a silk lehenga

A lehenga choli, whether silk or otherwise, has many patterns that suit every body type. It can be worn for many occasions like:


  • Pujas

  • Festive occasions

  • Parties

  • Baby showers

  • Pre/Post wedding celebrations

  • Weddings

  • Engagement parties

  • Official cultural programs


Washing/storing instructions/tips for Banarasi silk lehenga

Ethnic outfits like a saree or lehenga tend to be part of your closet for a long time, so they can be re-invented and re-worn plenty of time. This also means that they have to be washed and stored in a particular way, to maintain their quality for the long term. Here’s how you can care for your expensive lehengas:


  • No perfume, sprays, or mothballs- Zari used on borders of dupattas and hemlines of skirts is vulnerable to oxidation. Any embellishments on lehengas can get tarnished if they come in contact with any spray or perfume.

  • Maximize their use- you have to give the garment a couple of uses before putting them for a wash. This also means that you have to maintain good hygiene and ensure there are no sweat stains on the fabric.

  • Give the garments for dry cleaning- If the outfit is heavily embroidered, then do not toss it in the washing machine. Give it to professional cleaners they will know how to deal with it.

  • You must store your lehengas in a dry place and away from direct sunlight. If garments are stored in humid places, they can catch mold and the embellishments will get tarnished. If they are stored in direct sunlight, the quality of the fabric gets worse and the color will fade.


You can always buy quality silk lehenga online, and explore various options to find that perfect fashion statement.