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Lehenga style saree is normally 4.5 meters to 5.5 meters long. The method of draping it is quite simple, in fact it's easier than draping a regular saree. The plain end of the saree is tucked into the inskirt, making one complete round, similar to wearing a regular saree. At this point, pleats are formed in a regular saree whereas when it comes to a Lehenga Style Saree, you continue to tuck in without making any pleats. In a Lehenga Style Saree
, pleats are replaced with embellished godets or panels at the front, which imparts a flared silhouette that is characteristic of a Lehenga Style Saree. Finally, the pallu is draped over the shoulder like a regular saree.
The only difference between a Lehenga style saree and a regular saree is that it doesn't require pleats to be formed at the front. An inskirt and a blouse are indispensable items of clothing that have to be included with a Lehenga style sari. Not all Lehenga Style Saris are designed in the same way. Few Lehenga style saris come with side hooks too. All you need to do is hook it up so that it fits snugly around your waist.
Checkout more details on why to go for a Lehenga style saree instead of a regular Lehenga here
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