These stunning designs exude traditional attire with a modern edge
A sophisticated air of glamour and style follows the modern-day Desi woman.
She enjoys experimenting with her fashion choices, combining Indian and Western influences in one.
This delectable collection of Indo-Western lehenga and pantsuits from Kekee Impex (India) perfectly reflects the South Asian woman who loves the best of both worlds.
The silky fabric of the lehenga features heavy zari and sequin embroidery.
The stonework adds another texture to the Banglori silk and the soft net dupatta silhouettes the figure beautifully.
From shimmering golds to peacock green, these styles and designs are a must try for any celebration or event.
Royal blue always adds elegance to a Desi outfit. We adore this open coat style lehenga covered in heavy goldwork.
The fitted lehenga features intricate embroidery all down the front. While the rear of the skirt remains a plain silky blue, emphasising the heavy border at the base.
Completing the look are plain blue pants with an intricate border of gold zari work around the ankles.
Pair the outfit with gold stilettos and heavy gold jewellery.
For those ladies who love gold, this breathtaking lehenga is just for you.
With multiple textures to split up the monochrome colour, Desi women can shimmer and glitter in the sunshine with this round-neck blouse and net lehenga.
The short sleeves allow for a playful and less formal take on wedding attire. While the Cleopatra-style goldwork across the blouse is a perfect contrast to the delicate skirt.
With a recurring diamond pattern around the full length of the skirt, the base of the dress sees lined embroidery on crushed silk.
Parakeet green mixes perfectly with gold in this lehenga design.
The plain silky fabric features delicate hints of goldwork along the base of the skirt and along the sleeves.
The high front split in the lehenga is decorated with stonework and exposes a gold underskirt and green pants.
We particularly like the round-neckline of the blouse which features scallop gold designs.
Completing the look is a green net dupatta with a gold border.
With gold sparingly used on the outfit, you can risk heavier gold accessories and jewellery.
Elephant grey also works beautifully with dull gold.
This lehenga design features heavy zari work across the front of the lehenga.
The grey thread work adds an additional texture to the fabric. While the subtle hints of gold can be seen across the front, around the border of the sleeves and at the base of the skirt.
This elegant ensemble sees a pleated lehenga skirt and silk pants with more embroidery at the bottom.
The princess cut of the neckline allows for an elegant backless blouse that can be covered with the net dupatta.
Black and gold is a classic blend for any outfit – western or eastern.
We adore how the gold on black look adds a regal elegance to the lehenga.
The plain black blouse features a gold neckline and full-length net sleeves.
The rest of the lehenga sees heavy goldwork atop the transparent fabric.
This green-tone silvery lehenga and pant ensemble is simply glorious to look upon.
The delicate silk fabric of the blouse is in a two-tone stripe design which then transforms into an elegant open net skirt with heavy embroidery.
The off-white, silver and grey thread work features all around the base of the full-length lehenga and exposes the high-waist tailored trousers underneath.
With a wide border around the ankles and the skirt base, this is a perfect fashion choice for a Desi party or function.
Maroon is always a chic choice for South Asian women.
Rather than contrast with a bright yellow-gold hue, this lehenga looks exquisite with dull gold and pink detailing across the front of the skirt.
The richness of the colour is truly appreciated in the plain blouse which also sees full-length net sleeves.
The same diamond effect embroidery on the sleeves is replicated on the tailored pants for a more effective ensemble.
The bridal style of the skirt base is also stunning. Particularly with the intricate floral detailing that covers the entire base of the lehenga.
This delicate grey lehenga mixes light gold and pale pink embroidery.
The detailed blouse which features full length-sleeves is covered in intricate floral zari work.
We love how the two-in-one blouse and lehenga is separated with a net skirt that elegantly falls from the waist.
The net overlay of the skirt conceals a silver silk underskirt and is covered in periodic floral embellishments across the front and back.
Completing this elegant attire is a heavy gold border that features at the bottom of the skirt and on the sleeves.
You can pair this lehenga design with a floral hairpiece and silver or gold jewellery.
These stunning designs exude traditional attire with a modern edge. From shimmering silvers to classic maroon, these lehenga outfits with pants are a perfect choice for any Desi occasion or party function.
The elegant Desi woman can enjoy the best of east and west with these Indo-Western inspired lehengas.
View more of these stunning Indo-Western lehenga designs in our gallery below: