lengha

len·gha

(lĕng′gə)
n.
Variant of lehenga.
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IEncrusted with diamonds, the sumptuous white wedding lengha weighs more than 30 kilos and has been made by celebrity couturist Sati Takhar.
The decadent white silk lengha (a traditional skirt and top) features an embroidered strapless corset and full-flared skirt, finished with a veil around the head and shoulders.
The highlight of the show was Bollywood actress Manjari Fadnis who turned the designers muse and showstopper in a light baby pink bridal lengha and a silver bikini choli.
A traditional lengha (skirt) can contain around two-and-a-half metres of fabric.
Even a traditional wedding lengha - the skirt - may have a fishcut to it.
The highlight of the show was bollywood actress Manjari Fadnis who turned the designers muse and showstopper in an aqua marine bridal lengha and a gold bikini choli.
AD Singh Showcased a capsule collection of bridal composures that included bridal lenghas, bridal anarkalis and red carpet gowns.
They start at about pounds 250 for the whole outfit, and our most exquisite lengha is pounds 1,500.
We've even had English people getting married in lengha, and we had an English lady who bought one to wear at a wedding in New York.
The shop stocks a huge range of fabrics as well as saris, lenghas and trouser suits.
AD Singh's show stopper Bollwyood actress Karishma Tanna from the movie "Grand Masti" played the designers muse and sizzled the ramp in a poppy red bridal lengha with Swarovski crystals.
Karishma looked dazzling in the red bridal lengha with a waist shaping corsets which was totally encrusted with swarovski elements.