A lehenga, also known as a lehenga choli or ghagra choli, is a traditional Indian outfit worn by women. It consists of three pieces: a long skirt called the lehenga, a fitted blouse called the choli, and a dupatta (a long scarf). The lehenga is a voluminous skirt that is typically pleated and embroidered with intricate designs. It is usually made of silk, satin, or other rich fabrics and often features embellishments such as sequins, beads, or zari work (metallic thread embroidery). The choli is a form-fitting blouse that is worn on the upper body. It can have various styles of sleeves, necklines, and back designs. The choli is usually heavily adorned to match the lehenga and may also feature embroidery or embellishments. The dupatta is a long scarf that is draped over the shoulder or around the neck. It is often made of sheer fabric like chiffon or georgette and is embellished to complement the lehenga. The dupatta adds elegance to the overall look and can be styled in different ways. Lehengas are commonly worn on special occasions such as weddings, festivals, and formal events. They come in a wide range of colors, designs, and patterns, reflecting the diverse cultural heritage of India. Lehengas can be purchased ready-made or custom-made according to individual preferences and measurements. It's worth noting that fashion trends and styles evolve over time, so there may be variations and contemporary adaptations of the traditional lehenga in different regions and among different designers.