The word "sequin" comes from the Arabic word "sikka," which meaning "coin." Men and women's veils and headgear were initially decorated with sequin art in Arabic countries to signify their wealth and high status.
Sequin fabric is a type of fabric covered with plastic or metal shaped pieces. Designers use two variations: all-over sequin embroideries (which can get quite heavy!) and random sequins stitched on tulle, lace, silk and more. These shiny pieces can accentuate some areas or outline the entire pattern of the fabric.
There are five main body-types
1. Apple Shaped:
Also known as round or circle shape, apple-bodied individuals usually have a less-defined waist and curvy body. If you have an apple-shaped or inverted triangle body, a layered and flowy lehenga skirt is the way to go. Choose wider necklines for the top of the blouse to avoid highlight the upper body. Choose a lighter fabric, similar to the skirt, for the lehenga chunni and wear it as a veil or around your elbows rather than on your shoulders or over your throat, as this may make your upper body appear heavier than usual. Ruffled or flared lehengas with a jacket or peplum top are ideal for this look.
2. Rectangle Shaped:
With all of the measurements equally balanced, rectangle bodied women usually have a slightly straighter torso than the others. The lehenga must highlight the curves in your athletic body if you have an H-shaped or rectangle body type. So you go for a long choli lehenga with a highly flared skirt that has embroidery or visible designs and is made of a rich hard fabric like raw silk. Focus on a deep-necked blouse with a plunging neckline to create the illusion of curves on your upper torso. Choose a dupatta that complements the dress and is soft and flowy (ideally transparent fabric). A-line lehengas or high-waisted skirts with cropped tops are the ideal choices for this sort of lehengas.
3. Hourglass Shaped:
Women with hourglass bodies have a clearly defined waist and a balanced hip to shoulder ratio. Hourglass figures are the easiest to dress because practically any outfit looks fantastic on them! With an X-shaped or curvy form, A-line lehengas with flowy skirts made of fabric like Velvet or Chiffon that isn't stiff but instead compliments your curves are the ideal bridal lehengas cholis for this type. Choose a blouse that is short, shows off your waist, and draws attention to your top curves. Any type of dupatta will suffice, as long as it does not cover your waist. When it comes to making the greatest decision for you, the possibilities are unlimited! You might try out other styles, such as the fishtail or a lehenga saree, to see what looks best on you.
Also called the triangle shape, the pear-shaped body types have broad hips, typically broader than their shoulders. Pear-shaped bodies have a large lower portion and a relatively tiny upper half. As a result, you should try to get a simple lehenga choli with a skirt composed of plain fabrics that is quite flowy. The blouse should be the focal point of the outfit, so choose lavishly embroidered or brightly coloured tops that showcase your clavicles and arms. Wear a cape-like dupatta that highlights your upper body but isn't too heavy or long, as this will make your hips appear larger. Flared lehengas with a top-heavy pattern are the finest choice for this body type.
5. Inverted Triangle:
Women with an inverted triangle-shaped body have shoulders that are broader than the hips.
Based on the category you fall into, you can choose from the latest lehenga collection, the one that suits you best!
White Sequence Work Partywear Net Lehenga
Black Georgette Sequins Embroidered Lehenga Choli
Blue Tapeta Silk Lehenga Choli with Sequin Work
Designer Chine Sequence Red Santoon Lehenga
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Beautiful Bridal Green Net Sequence Lehenga Choli
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