Rainy Season Style: Embrace the Beauty of Leheriya with These Fashion Tips
Did you know that our fabrics were decided by the fluctuating patterns of weather? Celebrate this monsoon with Leheriya drapes. In Rajasthan, people make every effort to add color and brightness to the monotonous deserts. That is why they have a special tie & dye craft called Leheriya. Leheriya is the print of hopes. It derives from the word ‘leher’ which means waves of water. This technique of tie-dye creates diagonal stripes on the fabric, much like the waves of water.
This print is mostly done on Chiffon fabrics, because the rippled and flowing patterns look the best on flowy fabrics like chiffon. Leheriya is considered the color of monsoon and women wear it during ‘sawan’(monsoon) to celebrate the rainy season. So, welcome this monsoon with stylish Leheriya outfits from Zari. Zari has an exuberant collection of Leheriya attires that can be styled for various occasions.
It is believed that Leheriya is worn in Sawan. It is considered auspicious as many festivals fall around this month according to the Hindu calendar. It is the onset of festivals like Janmashtami, Raksha Bandhan, and Guru Poornima that makes this month and the leheriya drapes special around this time.
Now, let us see how to look luxe with Leheriya this rainy season! Here are a few tips to carry your leheriya in style.
Indo Western Dresses in Leheriya Prints
Select an Indo Western dress or a suit in Leheriya print. Opt for bright colors like hot pink, yellow, red, green, orange, fluorescent green etc. to look bright and peppy during the gloomy monsoon days. Try to opt for works like Gotta patti to stand a class apart. Don this leheriya set from the latest collection and uplift the attire by adding a royal earring and choker. This dress is an epitome of freshness and new energy.
Stylish Palazzos in Pastels
Leheriya suits can be carried for your daily outings or small events. Pastel colors are appealing to the eyes and strike at first sight. It exudes elegance and enhances the look of the entire dress. A fashionable suit with a leheriya print and a soft pastel color looks extraordinary. Keep a soft corner for pastels and take a look at this beautiful green Palazzo suit in pastel color from Zari.
Leheriya Organza Sarees
Leheriya prints are typically found on flowing fabrics like chiffon, but having an organza Leheriya saree is an uncommon and unique combination. Step out of the regular chiffon leheriyas and carry different fabrics and embellishments with confidence. Flaunt this organza leheriya saree with pearl work on it. Stand out in a crowd and add some grace to your surroundings with this celestial lavender saree.
Mothra Leheriya Lehenga
Mothra is a variation of the leheriya pattern, where two sets of diagonal lines intersect to form small rectangular spaces that look like pulses (moth). Put on a mothra lehenga with delicate decorations to achieve a glamorous and diva-like look. Check out this Leheriya lehenga with Mothra print from Zari to ensure you look flawless at a wedding or a festive gathering.