Who could forget that controversial song, Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai? Yes, different choli designs are special as they are close to a woman’s heart and represent the elegance of a lady in more ways than one. Her womanly physique is enhanced by the tight corset like fit, latkans or tassels that hang in from the strings with designs that draw attention to her back. The best part about choli designs are that it bares just the right amount of skin, as if frisky yet coy.
Lehenga Choli designs or Ghagra Choli designs are the traditional attire worn by women from various parts of India. Each state, wears it slightly differently but overall it is safe to say that it is a modest piece of clothing acceptable even in a highly conservative society. Today, women wear Lehenga Cholis during festivals like Navratri, Diwali and Lohri and largely at weddings to look their feminine best. Paired with long skirts called Lehengas/ Ghagras or Saris, choli designs find their way into every woman’s wardrobe. Socially, it is considered to be the sign of a married lady and hence, it’s the most preferred outfit among brides and brides to be.
Choli Design Styles
Lehenga Choli designs have evolved over time, from plain cotton to brocade, netted, satin, crepe velvet and more, from the standard round necks to low backs, backless, one shoulder, and sleeveless ones. Women have become experimental with different choli designs and are inventing new ways to wear them, either by cropping it too short, or making them longer than usual. The beauty of a choli is that it beautifies a woman and hugs the contours of the body defining its shape.
Fabrics for Choli Designs
To keep up with the latest trends for choli designs, try rich fabrics like Brocade, which make a lady look absolutely breath-taking on her wedding day and retain her subtlety. A cropped velvet maroon or velvet navy blue choli, complement one’s complexion and look stunning on a bride or bridesmaid. Also, try the original and easy to wear cotton cholis with mirror work on lehengas or long skirts for a more festive look. Raw silk is another fabric which is evergreen and lives in your wardrobe to become a hot favorite among all your other choli designs.
Patterns for Choli Designs
Play with patterns all you want, get experimental with the backs. Go deep, transparent or bare it all. For sleeves, try the puffy, balloon sleeves, medium / full blown different lengths, or no sleeves at all. Let your imagination run wild with neck patterns, like the urn shaped neck, square, rectangles, hexagons, halter, pot or curvy rounds. There are plenty of options available to experiment for your choli designs.
Color Combinations for Choli Designs:
- Wear an orange /gold choli with a bright pink lehenga and a yellow dupatta to look colorful.
- Wear a shimmer sequenced silver/ gold choli with neon green/ pink and orange colors to stand out in the crowd.
- Wear a full embroidered choli with a plain lehenga and a heavy dupatta in bright colors.
- Use the combination of gold and ivory white, which is the top favorite choice among celebrities of today.
Orange and a dash of pink is a winning combination for brides and brides to be! This brocade designer lehenga choli is designed as a corset can also be worn with designer sarees too.
Halter Neck nude-coloured lehenga choli design with a shocking pink and orange bright dupatta.
Embroidered Light Gold Designer Lehenga Choli with a bright pink dupatta!
Velvet Blue with a colorful Ghagra Choli Designs.
Printed & Embroidered designer Chaniya Choli design with a fish cut lehenga.
Bridal Lehenga Choli design with Net Sleeves and Stone Embroidery.
Velvet designer lehenga cholis for that authentic young bride / bridesmaid look.
Bright velvet designer choli paired with a netted lehenga.The combination of forest green and bright orange is unique and the two colours work well when worn together.
Do the balancing act with plain lehengas choli designs
Raw Silk parrot green Ghagra Choli Design with a lehriya-print.
Pink, Gold and Ivory White Chaniya Choli Design make for a great combination to wear to a day-time event.