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Ultimate guide to choose the right Wedding Lehenga

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It is important that you look awesome on the day of your wedding. You must also understand one more thing that not all of us are blessed with a perfect hourglass figure or a size-zero contour.

Hence it is essential for you to know what your body shape is all about. You can choose your wedding dress in proportion to the same.

Anita Aman brings some tips and techniques on, how to select your outfit in sync with your body type:



You have slender shoulders and a petite torso-line. You are slightly bulkier near your bottom. You have full and rounded hips. Your things are fatter. In other words, you have a rounded bottom. Just imagine yourself as a pear.

This is how you can choose flaunting styles when it comes to lehenga:

Lehenga: You can choose a flowy or a high waist lehenga. Your lower body is well covered. The high-waist lehenga gives you a taller and a more well-defined look. You will have to pretty much stay away from the mermaid styled lehenga, as this would sit on your hips or buttocks. And these two constitute your problem areas, as such. A flared lehenga, with intricate detailing, can also help you, pull off, stunning looks.

Choli: As you have a slender shoulder line, stylish blouses can help you look your best. You can go for boat-shaped, off shoulder and cape styled models. A designer halter top would also look super cool on you.

Dupatta: You can wear the dupatta on one side and allow the flowy end of the lehenga to do the talking.



You have broader shoulders and fullness around the middle portion of your body. You have a heavy bust-line. While your legs are slim and slender.

Lehenga: You can ideally choose an A-line lehenga with heavy detailing at the bottom. This way, the designer dress shows your best assets also helping you conceal problem areas, at absolute ease. You can add kalidaar lehenga or shararas to add to your rich and vibrant looks. Stay away from a gathered lehenga.

Choli: Longer cholis will cover your concern areas and give your dress, a well-tailored look. Bare-back cholis or V-necklines can also help you become a show-stopper at your own wedding event. Stay away from embroidered fabrics as these throw unwanted attention on your heaving busts. You can choose lighter fabrics like velvet or silk, to add to the elegance.

Dupatta: You can wear it on one side in a vertically flowing manner.



You have a smaller bust line and thin shoulders. You have an undefined waist with straight hips and bottom. Your body does not have curves or angles, attached to it. Your shoulders and hips are well aligned.


Lehenga: You can ideally go for a heavily flared or a fuller length lehenga. Stiffer fabrics like netted ones, raw silk and brocade can be chosen, while having the wedding dress tailored. You can go for a print that gradually becomes bigger as it tapers down, to the bottom. You can also add intricately designed layers of net, to give a royal look to the wedding lehenga.

Choli: In order to create illusionary layers, you can choose styles with deep plunging necklines. You can also add cholis with cups, to your royal closet. It is easy to add a well-defined structure to your top half. This can be done with a heavier detailing, near the shoulder-line.

Dupatta: You can choose flowy materials with minimal pints. You can drape the dupatta like a sari pallu, just around your hips.



This is the perfect and ideal figure type, women actually crave for. If you are blessed with this body type, you have a well-defined bust line. A narrow and a well-defined waistline, is again an added plus. You have proportionately balanced shoulders and hips, with a rounded bottom. Plus you have that sexy and a curvy body to show off. Any kind of dress will look flattering, on this kind of body type.

Lehenga: An A-line or a flared lehenga will look super gorgeous on you. You can look for a wedding dress that has heavy detailing at the bottom, to help carry yourself, at ease.

Choli: In order to flaunt your well-defined shoulder-line, shorter cholis with great designs unveil magic. You can choose designer necklines, to look super stylish, for the grand occasion. You can also sport noodle type straps while having the choli designed.

Dupatta: You can go for any kind of drape.

Designer Lehenga

These are the 4 body types among, most of the women, out there. You have styling tips and a complete guide on how to choose your grand wedding lehenga. You are now unstoppable, indeed.

Anita Aman is one stop destination for you to get all types of designer wedding lehengas.

Author: anitaaman

Coming from the background of the talented family holding various talent in sleeves, I, Anita is a renowned fashion designer based in Faridabad, Haryana. Style, Design & Quality are the three things that make me apart from others.