Lehenga is a common traditional skirt among Indian women. At least every woman has one or two lehengas in her wardrobe. Lehengas are perfect for weddings, parties and they are in many designs and can be blended with various blouse designs. It is also a favorite among brides as they prepare for their whole wedding events on what to wear from the various pre-wedding parties to the main wedding and post-wedding parties. Lehenga is an impressive choice for at least half of these occasions alternatively. Feel confident, hassle-free, and comfortable on your wedding day as you choose the best Lehenga. Hence, get over the Lehenga choli epic fails by learning from the following wearing and tying mistakes to avoid.
Wearing it too high or too low
When wearing a crop top lehengas for wedding choosing a blouse design is the easy part and many designs work well to blend with the Lehenga. However, when it comes to the Lehenga as much as there is high waisted Lehenga. Be careful not to wear all lehengas too high for it will look obvious that it is misplaced on where it should be positioned making it look awkward. On the other hand, wearing it too low is also an epic fail as it gives unflattering attention to your waistline and reshapes your body to look weird. The best way to adorn to a Lehenga is in line with your belly button to ensure it fits well and flares out as it should.
Tying too tight or too loose
Although the lehengas are evolving day by day. they can still be tied around or have already fitting buttons, zippers or elastics in regards to your size. Nevertheless, if you have to tie your Lehenga. Ensure to avoid tying too tight. One it makes you feel suffocated and it minimizes your free movement and you are unable to enjoy yourself fully to the party that you are attending. Also, tying too loose keeps your mind too conscious of having to hold it a fresh almost every time. And it can easily drop down and cause you a huge embarrassment when adorning it around many people. Especially being a bride in this Lehenga or a center of attention in this as well will lead to people noticing that you are uneasy about your outfit.
Wrong Lehenga shape and lining
Have you ever seen a Lehenga choli and feel like the choli design is top-notch but the Lehenga shape lets down the entire outfit? Choosing the wrong type of Lehenga in terms of shape can be unflattering to your body type and also it may not be a willing choice. Learn what your body type is and the type of Lehenga that suits it best to complement your shape. For example, a mermaid Lehenga is for the curvaceous woman and round, pear or apple body types should avoid this Lehenga design. The lining can also be worn wrongly and it is a popular mistake among most people. This is the tiny details that most brides or women assume but later on, cost their Lehenga look. The lining is safe when it is not showing a thing on the outside. Also, ensure it is averagely fitted to what you find comfortable.
The dupatta and Blouse
The dupatta can completely throw off your Lehenga look if it is worn wrongly. A dupatta is amazing as an accessory to add on your outfit. It should also feel comfortable and not a covering that is a nuisance. A dupatta win is when it is worn as a match to your Lehenga and still not take all the attention hence you should be very conscious with the blend. Another piece is the blouse that you choose to pair with the Lehenga skirt. Depending on the color, fabric and blouse design you can get mixed up or wear the wrong blouse that is a wrong match to your Lehenga skirt. You can risk contrasting colors, but be careful about fabrics however you can go all wild with the design it does not affect that match.
The unmatched jewelry
Every outfit has its jewelry blend. Hence, the right jewelry that will match your Lehenga is one that is a match-match to embroidery of your skirt. This will prevent any jewelry mistake when pulling off a Lehenga look. A Lehenga with any silver embellishments matches with silver jewelry as it also happens to the gold one too.
Poor choice Footwear
Many people do not find it important to select the footwear correctly especially when their Lehenga is long covering their feet. Nonetheless, your type of footwear is an art and is what completes your look. For the tall women, jootis are the way to go and avoid flat shoes and wear a Lehenga that allows the footwear to be seen, not the floor-length. While the short and petite should rock on some heels, wedges. The hemline of their Lehenga should also not be too high but still covers the footwear for that mysterious look. Don’t assume your footwear it adds to your confidence, positioning, walking style, and outfit flow.
Other ethnic accessories
The tassels, Laktans, Gota borders the Kamar band are the many other accessories that can upgrade your Lehenga look or be an epic fail if worn the wrong way. Tassels most time make your Lehenga stand out unlike when they are worn on the dupatta. When the Laktans are too heavy they mess your Lehenga look while your Gota border it is very crucial that it blends well with the embroidery on your Lehenga. Similarly, Kama band is another accessory that most people are unsure of whether to wear it or not. The secret, however, is the Kama band looks beautiful and accentuates the bulky and curvaceous woman when worn along the belly buttons line. For it gives you a perfect shape and has a slimming effect. To those with a small waistline, it is best if they avoid wearing this on top of the Lehenga.