Tips For Lehenga Shopping

If you want to come down to Delhi for your bridal lehenga or just to buy a lehenga for a family function or a cultural program it is always best if you visit places like Sarojini Nagar. Here you will get a huge range of collection with all possible prices. At first, you have to think about what are the matters of concern while choosing your bridal outfit. An outfit should go with your personality, body shape and it should be within your budget. Keeping all these points in your mind if you want to go for designers outfit then you have to go through these points.

The Big Name Designers:

These days you can find many fashion designers who are coming up with trendy lehenga designs. If you are looking for the names like Manish Malhotra, Rohit Bal then these designs will not be cheap at all. Lehengas with heavy work will be started from approximately 4.5 Lakhs. If you are looking designers like Sabyasachi, Pallavi Jaikishan,etc. then the cost will be started from around 2.2 Lakhs. If you want to go for lesser known designers, then you are at right place because Delhi hosts many lesser known designers who are not talked about, but their designs are fabulous. They may have their boutiques in residences or just a shop in a marketplace, but they customize fabulous lehengas. The range starts from 80 thousand to 2 Lakhs.

Some designers with his designs are – Conventionally yours in chic pinks, a rose lehenga designed by Satya Paul. Sheer Anarkali – designed by Ritu Kumar. Creamy touches with subtle embellishments- Anita Dongre, Cropped peplum kurta lehengas – by Rohit Bal, Full-sleeved and in olive green – by Rimple and Harpreet Narula, Lehengas with semi-precious stones or mirror work embellishments- by Suneet Verma.

The Non-Designer Shop:

Gorgeous and beautiful outfits do not need to carry designer tags. In between the range of Rs. 30 Thousand to 3 Lacs you can get various and stunning collections of lehengas from here. In Delhi, there are a lot of places like Sarojini Nagar where you get many non-designer boutiques include big multistory shops to tiny narrow shops. This is where the mass of Delhi shops from.

There are a few points you should keep in your mind while buying lehenga – due to the hub of stores in these areas you may get lost in the crowd, and there are some possibilities that if you have taken lehenga from somewhere and after that when you approach them, they might refuse you. So it is always better to go to those stores where you can pay by your card. Alteration is also avery important thing. While choosing lehenga, it is also very important which lehenga will go to your body shape and personality.

Lehenga is the most ethnic attire in case of marriages and even for various other occasions. So, it becomes important to make sure that you get the right piece from the right place.

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