Beautiful Lehenga Designs by Manish Malhotra

by Sreeparna Ganguly
8 minutes read

Lehenga Design by Manish Malhotra: Manish Malhotra is of the gifted fashion designers in the Bollywood industry. This world-famous designer has designed the coutures for hundreds of movies and galas. He is the favorite designer for many Bollywood celebs. Here are 21 of Manish Malhotra’s stunning lehenga designs for you.

  1. Red Zari work Lehenga with Full-sleeve Choli

This is a wedding lehenga with traditional golden zari work on red silk. The choli is lightly embroidered to bring out the best of lehenga.

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  1. Heavy Lehenga with Sheer Blouse

If you are looking for something unique from the traditional lehenga designs, go for these embroidered light lehenga styles. The sheer boat neck blouses have gorgeous embroidered patterns.

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  1. Gown Style Lehenga with Crop Jacket

This gown lehenga is perfect to create a contemporary look. The intricate antique-gold embroidery in the lehenga and the organza crop jacket are the highlights of this outfit.

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  1. Blue Lehenga with Contrast Dupatta

The blue silk skirt of this lehenga is embellished with slim zari border. The maroon dupatta gives a contrasting look to the dress.

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  1. Embroidered Velvet Lehenga with Trails

This heavily embroidered velvet lehenga is designed for those ladies who have a curvy figure. If you don’t want sheer georgette or net in your lehenga, try this.

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  1. Anarkali Style Lehenga

The combination of silver and red is the usp of this gorgeous outfit.

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  1. Deep Green Jacket Style Lehenga

The choli here is replaced by a long velvet jacket and the skirt is kept minimal with high contrast beige shade.

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  1. Threadwork Embroidered Lehenga

This is a perfect fusion outfit that blends the tribal needle and thread work skirt with a sheer net silver blouse.

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  1. Pink Gota Patti Design Lehenga

The traditional gota Patti kadai has been used cleverly to create triangular abstract patterns in the fuchsia lehenga.

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  1. Red Bridal Lehenga

The red and beige bridal lehenga is looking wow with junk gold or Kundan jewelry.

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  1. Bird Motif Oxblood Lehenga

The silver zari and mirrored bird designs in the lehenga are really unique.

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  1. Classic Pink Silk Lehenga

This is a classic designer lehenga that has woven circular zari motifs all over the skirt.

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  1. Royal Blue Zardosi Lehenga

The royal blue silk fabric has been embellished with intricate golden string zardosi patterns.

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  1. Purple Heavy work Lehenga with Halter-neck Blouse

This is a contemporary style lehenga that uses contrast. The halter-neck beige blouse is bringing variety in the vibrant purple skirt and dupatta.

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  1. Minakari Lehenga

The evergreen minakari work is being highlighted in this red and green Rajputana style lehenga.

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  1. Contemporary Style Beige Lehenga

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  1. 1920's Italian Fashion Inspired Threadwork Lehenga

This is a unique casual lehenga with an exotic touch in the foliage threadwork.

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  1. Mehendi Green Banarsi Lehenga

This is yet another woven zari work design by Manish Malhotra in mehendi green silk.

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  1. Cold Shoulder Kashmiri Kadai Lehenga

The traditional Kashmiri junk embroidery in the black base is the main attraction of this lehenga.

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  1. Orange Net Lehanga

This yellow and orange colored net lehenga would look good on every body shape.

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  1. White Organza Lehenga with multicolor Sequins

This is one of the latest designs by Manish Malhotra. The use of multicolor sequinned floral designs on white organza is giving it a simple yet fabulous look.

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