White Lehenga Choli

The purity of a white colour lehenga is a sight to behold. Like a vision in white, when you wear a white lehenga, you will appear ethereal and sere... More

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White lehenga choli Price List

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Off White Sequins Net Semi Stitched Lehenga Rs. 22,990
Cream Sequins Net Semi Stitched Lehenga Rs. 22,990
Beige Threadwork Net Semi Stitched Lehenga Rs. 29,990
Cream Threadwork Net Semi Stitched Lehenga Rs. 32,990
Cream Zariwork Tissue Readymade Lehenga Rs. 35,990

Buy A White Lehenga Online

The reason why a white lehenga is the best purchase for a wedding or a festive occasion is that the colour is easy to pair with others. You can wear a white choli with a contrast-coloured skirt for a new look. You can pair the white lehenga skirt with a different blouse and create yet another new look.

You can even pair your white colour lehenga with different dupattas for different looks at every occasion. But white lehenga designs can be boring if it is not treated with respect and creativity. Which is why when you browse Koskii’s online store for white colour lehengas you will find a variety of different styles and designs that elevate the white colour to something extraordinary.

Dressing Up Your White Lehenga

White lehenga designs normally include white silk, satin, or net with a variety of embroidery. From zari and multicoloured thread embroidery to mirror or cutdana work, you can use any embroidery to spice up a white lehenga.

Typically, the white lehenga choli follows the same design as the skirt. Though, it is possible to have a design that has something entirely different on the blouse and the dupatta as compared to the skirt. Instead of a homogenous design, these contrasts will give you numerous options to style your lehenga in unique ways.

You can even use a white lehenga choli with intense embroidery to dress up a plain white lehenga. Following the fashion advice of letting one piece of clothing be the hero of the ensemble, you can choose between heralding the skirt, blouse or the dupatta on different occasions.