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Lehenga Choli - An Ethnic Wear Staple

Lehenga cholis first appeared in fashion history in the 10th century in Northern India. They were initially made of simple materials like cotton. The royalty would craft their lehengas in heavy materials like silks and brocades. In the Mughal era, the simple lehenga choli started to be extravagantly embellished in beads, sequins, zari, and zardozi work. The lehenga choli also known as the ghagra choli comprised of a three-piece set, namely the lehenga (a skirt), the choli (a blouse), and the dupatta. Over the years, the lehengas cholis have undergone many style transformations. The skirt was replaced with sharara pants or palazzo. But no matter what, the lehenga choli is still considered to be a bridal outfit in most cultures. 

Latest Designer Turquoise Lehenga Cholis Online

Turq or turquoise is a fresh blue color that has been derived from the turquoise stone. It is a perfect shade of blue with a hint of green that makes the color vibrant and appropriate for day wear. Like a breeze of fresh air, turq has entered the fashion world. Turq lehengas are an invigorating take on traditional lehengas. Aqua fresh turq waters adorned with garden embroideries is like dreamy heaven. You can shop for the latest designer lehenga cholis on Kalki Fashion. Bathed in the traditional art of India, check out our Jaipuri and bandhani printed turquoise lehengas that are all you need to be a “sanskari bridesmaid”. Experiment with choli styles with peplum blouses in glacial turquoise tones. Looking to add a floral delight to your wedding trousseau? Look as fresh as a blooming daisy in the turquoise lehenga with heart-stopping blossom embroidery and topped with the latest trend of ruffle dupatta. 

The wait is over. Check out Turq Lehengas on Kalki Fashion that has been specially curated to add a youthful glow to your wardrobe. 

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