lehengas with unique cuts. For instance, if you take the dupattas, one can find numerous designs and patterns on it. With heavy sequins and embellishments, they make the entire lehenga look astonishing. Designs for saris too, have become more modern and contemporary.
Even though South Indian women prefer saris for most of the occasions, I see a change in the trend now. With south Indian families celebrating mehendi and other customs that are not part of their tradional wedding process, women are now choosing to sport a lehenga at least for one of those occasions. Be it for the muhurtham, reception, mehendi or any other religious custom, lehengas are definitely in vogue. Colours like fuchsia, coral and other fresh coloured lehengas are quite popular.
It usually depends on the kind of sequinned top one is wearing. However, the traditionally hand-woven sequin is still in. Instead of the heavy ones, chanderi work, lace and kanchivaram silk woven tops have become quite popular.
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