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Printed Lehengas – When & How To Wear Them?

What comes to your mind when you think of a lehenga? A garment that can only be worn during ceremonies of a shaadi? Well, if you think so, you are not alone. In India, we women live with an adamant fashion myth that a lehenga looks great on a girl only during weddings. Undoubtedly, a lehenga is more a garment of special occasions but as similar to the other outfits, you can wear lehengas anytime, anywhere!

With this being said, you may be wondering how we can wear lehengas anytime we want to? There’s a trick to it – choosing right lehengas for the right occasion. In the olden days, designers created lehengas only as occasional wear. Considering the comfort of a lehenga, fashions designers of today are creating lehengas in the softest fabrics and appealing prints.  Instead of the regular heavy zardozi worked or embroidery worked lehengas, printed lehengas have become a new favourite.

Through this blog, TheHLabel makes it easier for you to choose lehengas with classy prints. Read on and know the ideal times to wear some of our best-selling lehengas & their pair.

Wear it with an Embroidered Denim Crop Top for a Cultural Event

At a cultural event, you would certainly want to flaunt a folk style without looking pastoral. This skirt will keep you keep up to that style.  Created from a combination of fabrics like chanderi, gold tissue, gold shimmer in triple layers, this lehenga will spark your ethnic grace.

How to wear:

Pair it with a short sleeves denim crop top or blouse. Accessorise the look with golden earrings and a golden clutch.

Pair it with a Mirror Work Blouse for Festive Occasions

Festive lehengas need not to be bold and bright. All they need to be is appealing, just like this block printed lehenga. Made from burgundy chanderi cloth, this lehenga features a beautiful block print on its flares accompanied with mirror latkans.

How to wear:

Pair it with a mirror worked full sleeves blouse. Accessorise the look with golden accessories and a golden clutch.

Flaunt it with a Dori Work Blouse for Casual Parties

Digital print is a friend of summer fashion. From shirts to skirts, we love to shop for unique digital printed garments in summer. Then why not this lehenga?

Try this digital printed made from satin slub. The ochre border and laktans complement the colours of the lehenga and make it look brighter.

How to wear: 

Pair it with a sleeveless dori work blouse. Accessorise the look with jute jewellery and a jute clutch.

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