Lehenga Chunni, Indian Lehenga Chunni

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Lehenga Chunni

Indian Lehenga is one of the trendiest trousseaus in India, especially during the wedding season and the most essential aspect of lehenga is its chunni (Lehenga chunni).

Lehenga chunni showcases the beauty of the lehenga and is the first object that is looked upon.

Infact in comparison to choli, lehenga chunni is more costly because of its exquisiteness.

It also has different names to its credit such as chunari, dupatta or Odhni. One of the most important things about lehenga chunni is that it can be worn in varied number of styles; be it traditional or trendy western style.

One of the most popular styles of lehenga chunni is that of organza chunni or dupatta crafted in lucknawi designs with intricate shadow and jali work with a silver lace on the border.

Some fully net silver tissue lehenga chunni is adorned with close (Mukaish and silver lace) are also worn along with the same work on lehenga with a plain choli.

On a chiffon lehenga a sequin chiffon chunni is normally worn. Now-a-days, crushed chunnis are worn. Some of the lehenga chunni comes in self-designed gold tissues and gold zari.

One of the most popular designs of lehenga chunni comes in gold silk kora with sequin work in gold and tilla work on chunni gives the entire lehenga a royal look.

Lehenga chunni is available in varied light colors with attractive globules and mirror art imprinted on them. At a market place, chunni made of different fabrics (material) can be purchased such as cotton, silk, chiffon and net.

Dressing or in more formal terms, draping style of lehenga chunni has also undergone a sea change, with the acceptance of lehenga chunni as a stole.

Rajasthani lehenga chunni, worth-mentioning its laharia (waver) chunni is quite a rage during the wedding not only during the wedding season but also otherwise.

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