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Bandhani Lehenga; Shop the elegant and exquisite new collection at Pernia’s
A deceptively simple method that yields a multitude of intricate patterns - Bandhani is truly a wondrous art form. The beautiful designs are created by a tie and dye method, where the cloth is tightly wound with threads at strategic places and then dyed. The threads are removed to uncover the design beneath. The earliest form of this method can be traced back to the Indus Valley Civilization, as early as 4000 B.C. The tradition of Bandhani has since then flourished in the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan, making it a go-to style for weddings, religious festivals, ethnic decor, and everyday wear.
Inspired by the charm of Bandhani prints and garments, we have collaborated with design labels that champion traditional Indian arts to bring to you an elegant and exceptional collection of designer Bandhani Lehengas. This comprehensive range includes designer Bandhani Lehenga Choli, Bandhani Bridal Lehenga, Bandhani Chaniya Choli, and Bandhani Printed Lehenga amongst other creative explorations with bandhani. Whether you are looking for an easy, breezy outfit for a festivity or a full glam ensemble for a wedding, this collection is the perfect place to be!
Add some ethnic charm to your wardrobe with our Bandhani Lehengas
For Bandhani artisans, the art is often a family trade with specific techniques, recipes for dyes, and characteristic patterns passed down the generations. Much of the tying work is done by women who can work from home, thus, creating income and furthering their empowerment. Promoting and supporting local artisans is the cornerstone for the designers who work with their craft. Delve into the rich legacy of bandhani with the incredible new range of Designer Bandhani Lehenga Cholis. Add some ethnic feel to your wardrobe with an emerald green bandhani lehenga made in pure modal silk base with a handmade bandhani print; worn with a detailed ajrakh blouse and pallu done in a classic indigo colour. For those with a rebellious streak, go with a bandhani silk lehenga in a luxurious silk chanderi base and pair it with a high neck blouse adorned with golden embroidery.
Shop Bridal Bandhani Lehengas: Perfect for your big day!
Bandhani holds great cultural significance as it is one of the few traditional art forms that are still largely done by hand. Depending on the complexity of the design, it can take several hours to days to create the patterns on a bandhani garment. The immense care and attention to detail needed in bandhani imbibes a lot of meaning for the ‘karigar’ or maker and the wearer. The express meaning through the patterns and colours used for each garment. Traditionally, only two colors are used at a time; the most popular ones being red and yellow as they are considered auspicious. Red bandhanis are often given to brides showing love and luck while yellow bandhanis are given to new mothers for health and prosperity. In the new age bandhanis, the palette has expanded to include various shades of green, pink, purple, and blue.
Made using vibrant bridal colours, the latest collection of Bandhani Bridal Lehenga is a must-see stop in your bridal shopping journey. Ensure all eyes are on you as you step out in a red bandhani bridal lehenga in a satin linen base with a bold square print. It is paired with a stunning blouse adorned with dori, pearl, mirror and sequin embroidery on the neckline and a net Dupatta. Dress in the right colours for a haldi ceremony in a mango blouse kalidar lehenga crafted out of soft net; embellished with mirrors and beads and comes with a scalloped dupatta.
Expand your bridal trousseau with collections from the best designers in Indian wedding fashion. Shop for select pieces from Siddhartha Bansal, Vidushi Gupta, Antar Agni, The Jaipur Story, and more at Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop.
Shop for traditional Bandhani Lehengas, Bandhani Print Lehengas, and Bandhani Skirts at Pernia’s Pop-Up Shop
Traditional Bandhani Lehengas have a wide repository of motifs and patterns ranging from designs inspired from nature to geometric and kaleidoscopic designs. All of the motifs use ekdali or one single dot to create simple patterns such as Tikunthi or three dots and Satbandi or dots in groups of seven. These are then placed together creatively to make larger patterns such as Jaaldar which is a web like pattern, Beldaar or a vine like pattern, and Leheriya which is a dainty wave-like pattern. These patterns can be embellished further with mirrors, tassels, and silver and golden threads.
Expertly balancing tradition and modernity, our designers have used these motifs to create novel and fresh designs. Their creativity is on full display in our range of bandhani Lehenga Set, Bandhani Print Lehengas, red bandhani lehenga and Bandhani Skirts.
Styling Bandhani lehengas begins with choosing the right blouse that complements the colours of your outfit. You can opt for a contrasting shade, or choose a blouse that matches one of the hues in the tie-dye pattern. Next, add gold or silver accessories to enhance the richness of the Bandhani lehenga. This can include statement jewellery like earrings, bangles, or a maang tikka. Traditional juttis or embellished sandals work well with Bandhani lehengas, so remember to look out for those. Complete your look with a matching clutch or potli bag, preferably one with embellishments or embroidery that complements the Bandhani patterns.
What colour Bandhani Lehengas are currently trending?
Rani pink Bandhani lehengas are currently trending among modern fashionistas, owing to the vibrance and richness they offer. A Rani pink lehenga is not only timeless but also fits right into the contemporary dress code. Another colour that is gaining steam is orange, with its myriad shades and hues. An orange Bandhani lehenga is not just a bold choice, but also aligns with traditional nuances.
What are the different occasions to wear Bandhani Lehengas?
Bandhani lehengas are best worn for weddings and pre-wedding occasions where looking your cultural best is on the top of your list. Consider wearing this lighter, more breathable pick from House of Jamoti for Mehendi functions. Similarly, this yellow and red masterpiece from Scakhi can be worn for Haldi. If you want to flaunt a Bandhani lehenga for Sangeet or Engagement functions, then consider mirror-work or sequin-embellished styles like this one from Scakhi. Lastly, for pheras, consider something more traditional and representing heritage. A Banarasi Bandhani lehenga can do wonders!
What are the best designer-wear Bandhani lehengas?
The most coveted Bandhani lehengas are from labels like Studio Bageecha, Scakhi, Siddhartha Baga and Faabiiana. These designer labels offer a diverse mix of details that appeal to all kinds of dressers, from committed minimalists to bold maximalists.
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