Peplum Lehnga Choli

Peplum Style Lehnga Choli

short full flounce or an extension of a garment below the waist, covering the hips is called a peplum. It is also a short skirt attached to a bodice or jacket. Though it is basically a western inspiration and is widely used in western clothing, but lately its influence can also be seen in Indian Silhouettes. Here are few styles of Peplum lehnga choli, which is a huge trend nowadays. Brides to be and bridesmaid can refer to these styles for inspiration. 

 

Peplum choli with attached dupatta– Choli in embroidered net looks all beautiful with a plain lehnga in contrast color and matching dupatta attached at peplum. A carefree style for the people who are bored of regular lehnga’s and short choli’s.

Peplum Lehnga Choli
Peplum Lehnga Choli

 

Bridal Lehnga in Peplum Style– Not only simple lehngas, but heavy bridal lehngas can also be done in this style. If you want a long top style choli with your lehnga, but do not wish to wear the same old choli pattern, then this is perfect for you.

Peplum Lehnga Choli
Peplum Lehnga Choli

 

Short peplum choli’s– Well the peplum style choli’s do not have to be long everytime, they can be short too. If you wish to go a bit trendy, then try this style with abstract embroidery pattern and a plain lehnga with just a border.

Peplum Lehnga Choli
Peplum Lehnga Choli

 

The classic black and white– Do you love black and white lehngas, then try one in this style. A textures dupatta in off white with borders gives a classic look to the entire outfit. A slight embroidery in hand zardosi work in shades of gold looks lovely too.

Peplum Lehnga Choli
Peplum Lehnga Choli

 

Monotone peplum lehnga– One of our favorites, this is a perfect example of how you do not always want too many colors and flashy embroidery to stand out in the crowd. An ombre dyed fabric is perfectly embroidered in tonal shades and sprinkles of gold.

Peplum Lehnga Choli
Peplum Lehnga Choli

 

Peplum lehnga’s in traditional fabrics– It looks great in our Traditional Indian fabrics like Chanderi, Banarsi, Jamdani’s etc. Use of block print for creating textures is great too.

Peplum Lehnga Choli
Peplum Lehnga Choli

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