The first attire that comes to mind when we start preparing our bridal trousseau is a lehenga. Wedding trends keep changing from time to time, and the lehenga designs as well. Not only bridal lehengas but Bridesmaids lehengas also are pretty sought-after. You can experiment with so many different styles, patterns, and colors of lehengas.

Let us give you some unconventional lehenga designs from which you can take inspiration for your D- Day:

  • Multi-layer Lehenga: This lehenga has multiple horizontal layers till the hemline. These layers have uneven hems, and in some lehengas there are embellishments attached in the form of sequins, stones, tassels, etc.



  • Sharara-Cut Lehenga: Shararas are pretty popular and perfect for traditional wear. The Muslim ethnic wear inspires this style, and the modern-age designers have incorporated this style in a Lehenga to give the latter a twist. It is like an out-of-the-box style! It is not precisely a lehenga because it is stitched from the middle of the hem, giving it a palazzo or a trouser. However, it has a lot of flares giving it an appearance of a lehenga. This kind of lehenga can be worn with long or short kurtas. It is more like a lehenga dress. You can check out this style on our website as we have tons of exclusive Rajkumari dress up like a princess lehenga dresses


  • Kalidar Lehenga: As the name suggests, this lehenga style has Kali or panels. The Kalis are arranged in the form of petals in flowers. There are horizontal panels stitched along the flare of the lehenga. Due to more panels in this lehenga, the flares get a voluminous look.



  • Half-Saree Lehenga: Half-Saree lehenga gets its inspiration from the South Indian way of draping a dupatta over the shoulder and around the waist. It is also known as a semi-lehenga. It has a contemporary look to it and thus is preferred by many fashionistas because they get the feel of wearing both a saree and lehenga together in just one outfit.



  • Umbrella Skirts Lehenga: Umbrella style lehenga is gaining popularity and you will find women donning this style quite often. The USP of this style is that these lehenga skirts are fitted at the waist and flare out like an umbrella from the thighs. They have a pleated circular pattern towards the hemline or the base. It is popularly known as the fit-and-flare style!


You can grab exclusive designer lehenga for women online, only on Rajkumari, your one-stop destination for fashion clothing. Do not forget to check out our range of designer accessories to team up with your outfits and get the desired look.


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