Flower is amongst one of the most pleasing creations of God that exist in nature. A symbol of delicate beauty, it has inspired many magnificent patterns and stitches. When combined with flawless fabric and some minimalistic but perfect embroidery, it is something no woman can resist. Floral sarees, floral suits, floral lehengas, floral jackets, you name it, you’ll find it and you’ll love it.

Today we give you the top 3 floral printed lehengas that redefine design.

  • Floral Chintz Lehenga

It’s stylish, it’s chic, it’s a lehenga with a twist.

 Remember how lehengas used to be 1 toned blouse, skirt and dupatta combination that was a little too heavy to be worn otherwise? Well we’ve got some good news for you, we now present the contemporary floral lehenga with long jacket blouse. The USP of this garment is the beautiful, light on eye floral pattern on the skirt and the intricate colorful zari work on the long golden jacket. Be it a cocktail party or your best friend’s wedding, you’re sure to dazzle.

floral lehenga choli deepkalasilk

  • Floral embroidery lehenga

One more version of interesting floral design is a proper kadai i.e. embroidery lehenga. Unlike the chintz the design is not printed on the cloth. The cloth is first colored then a rough stencil of design placement is made after which the craftsman embroiders each patch seam by seam. Now – a – days we have replaced the hand stitched work to machine stitched. It helps bring uniformity and accuracy to the entire pattern. The threadwork done gives this lehenga a more festive look. If someone likes to keep it minimalistic yet super classy they can opt for it as their bridal lehenga or wedding reception dress.

floral embroidery lehenga deepkala silk

  • Floral thread and chintz lehenga

The fashion gods always keep on experimenting with things and now it’s the flower’s turn. The latest discovery being the floral chintz & embroidery combination. If like us you are an admirer of both forms of design then you’ll love how the light colored bunch of flowers printed on the skirt complements the 1 tone thread embroidery on the long jacket. The trick here is to always go for something that has either of the elements in single color, now be it the thread embroidery or the floral pattern.

lehenga choli floral thread deepkala silk

Now that we’ve given you such awesome trends and beautiful garments why don’t you go for a shopping break and get yourself something rosy. It is not necessary to pick one and stick to it, after all the only thing permanent is change, so shop till you drop.

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