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This notch collar hand dyed leheriya silk top can be worn as a top or a kurta or even a jacket. Wear it as you like and be very up-to-the-minute trendy this festive season.
Let this pleasing hand screen printed shirt enhance your charm with its pastel leheriya overlay (attached). Perfect to sport on a sunny afternoon with white bottoms and some sneakers.
Just because the athleisure trend ushered in a new era of universal sweatpants acceptability and okayed sweatshirts outside of the gym doesn’t mean that in order to jump on the sporty bandwagon, you have to always look like you’re headed to work out. With the help of this lively leheriya T-shirt dress, you can rock your sporty, yet cute look. It comes with side seam pockets!
Red and pink – Although we've been warned against this colour combination since what feels like childhood, like other “fashion advice,” this rule was made for breaking. Finding a perfect way to balance these two hues in one outfit can be a delicate task! With this leheriya halter shirt that comes with an attached tribal metal button, Aapro has done the job for you. An additional feature is elasticated back for better fit.
There’s nothing like the eye catching combination of lime green and hot pink! This hand-dyed leheriya jacket has been inspired by Kedia, a garba dress for navratri nights. The pompom lace detail on the front neckline and armhole sissifies the garment, making it apt for all the pretty girlies out there! Furthermore, the center front placket allows you to play around with the look – keep it tied or…let it loose! (Yes, that was a rolling stones reference)