the elements of the kameez into such a small sample allows designers to showcase it with maximum impact.
The options for customization on lengha tops are almost endless. However, it's a good idea to stick to classic designs for two reasons: Firstly, when you look at your pictures in 10, 15 years, you don't want to look at them and think, "What was I thinking". Classic designs withstand the test of time, so they will always look good. Secondly, designers tend to work with a set of pre-drafted patterns, and will apply them to your lengha when they are constructing. Extra customization outside of the basic options means more work for the designer, and up go your labour costs.
will ensure that you will get the most flattering and memorable look for you. (Click to enlarge).
There are a number of different designs, and as a general rule, most people are instinctually drawn to like the styles that work for them. Think of the tops you wear on a daily basis, are you scoop neck t-shirt girl, or do you go for a v-neck, for example. If you are unsure, there are a number of articles, videos and blogppost on the web covering which shapes would be most flattering for you. Just google "flattering dress silhouettes" or something along that lines.
When it comes to how much skin you want to reveal, it's a good idea to pick your best feature and choose the design element that reveals that feature to your best advantage. I'm more conservative in my taste, so I wouldn't do a bandeau top with a belly-baring hem. But maybe some more daring brides would be comfortable in that for a casual reception.
Longer sleeves and Kurta are everywhere on the runway.