- Allure the crowd in this bottle green color satin silk bridal twine layer lehenga decked with all over detailed Resham, zari, and Dori embroidery enriched with stonework embellishments.
- Paired with a matching color heavily embroidered satin silk choli and green color net embellished dupatta with Resham work all over with similar work embroidered lace details.
- This lehenga is semi-stitched and can be customized up to 42-inch size comes with unstitched choli.
- Disclaimer : This lehenga comes with no Can-Can.
- Lehenga Lenght: 43 Inch
- Lehenga Flair: 3 Meter
- Blouse Meter: 0.80 Meter
- Dupatta length: 2.25 Meter
Bottle Green Resham Work Satin Bridal Lehenga Choli With Dupatta
|Silhouette / Shape:||A line|
|Wash Care:||Dry Clean Only|
|Occasion:||Wedding, Cocktail / Reception, Engagement, Marriage|
|Other Details:||Half Sleeve, V Shape Neck|
|Work Details:||Dori Work, Floral Embroidery, Lace, Pearl Work, Resham Embroidery, ruffles, Stone Work, Zari Work|
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