Mirrorwork is still in trend and every girls wants one of this sort in her wardrobe. Here are few basic and simplest of this lehnga style which will inspire you to have one for the upcoming festive season….
Plain lehnga with a embroidered Top– A fully embroidered choli can be worn with a plain lehnga to make the look subtle and contemporary. Also if our choli is like a crop top, then you can give the dupatta a miss.
Embroidered belts with gota border– Full embroidered mirrorwork cholis can be combined with a lehnga embroidered at the belt and a broad gota lampa border at the bottom. The width of the embroidered belt can be thin or thick and can differ according to the design.
Flared crop top with embroidered bottom– A contemporary modern top and a skirt can be given a traditional touch by adding a simple mirrorwork embroidery at the bottom of the skirt. Such ensembles are great when you want to ditch your heavy embroidered ethnic lehngas and want to wear something subtle yet with a touch of desi look.
Black beauty– Mirrorwork goes best with the dark shades and what could be better than using black for it. Mirror embroidery shines more on dark colors, also different colors of threads can be used over it which might not be visible on lighter colors. So if you want a all glamorous look then black will never fail to impress.
Tone on tone– A full tone on tone ensemble for the day functions. If you think that mirrorwork embroidery gets too loud as it is done over riots of colors, then pick tone on tone embroidery like this. Here the embroidery threads are matched to the color of the base without making it look too gaudy.
The layered waistcoat look– Combine a quirky mirrorwork embroidered waistcoat over your choli and lehnga and ditch the dupatta for this style. You can go in for a heavy or a plain lehnga it really doesn’t matter as the highlight of the look will be embroidered waistcoat.