For years in Pakistan it was always the bride who wore the lehnga and all the guests would just wear a trouser or a choori daar. The trends have changed in 2013. Every time the word lehnga comes into our mind we think brides and heavy working lehnga, but not anymore. This year all the guests are rocking beautiful physique in long and fitted lehngas.
Lehngas for brides have remained the same with heavy working, but the girls now have plain lengas with heavy working kameez. Bridal lehngas are usually flamboyant and vibrant colors such as pink, orange, red, and maroon. Sometimes blue is even considered by some brides. Girls and women attending the event usually wear dark and not so shocking and vibrant colors such as navy blue, tea pink, emerald green and light blue. These sarees are made of jaama waar or chiffon. Some lehngas are made of silk and are layered with the same colored net. For brides the lehnga has heavy embroidery and sequins, unless the kameez or shirt is long, if so the lehnga is quite plain but has a border either made of sequins and embroidery or the same colored velvet. For silk lehngas with a net covering, there is not a lot of working on them because the net will either tear or the cloth will be weighed down. People attending the event usual wear skinny and fitted lehngas made of jaama waar with the same colored velvet border.
The lehngas in 2013 are much fitted to make the girls look skinnier and taller. High six inch heels are paired with these gorgeous lehngas. Top Pakistan designer HSY has released a line of fitted and long lengas made of jaama waar and a velvet border. Lehngas are dominating the fashion universe in Pakistan. Either you are a bride or just a girl or woman attending a wedding or a large party, lehngas are they perfect attire to be worn. Any person, skinny or healthy, looks absolutely spectacular in a lehnga. 2013 is a great year to wear lehngas to events. All designers are focusing their lines and collections on stunning and beautiful lehngas.