Mumbai, November 2016: Be it the Indian wedding season or just preferential party wear, the unconventional design lehengas to classics are rounded up at Sionnah for you. To add richness and glamour to their couture lehenga collection, Designer Shikha Nuwal recommends adding a trail. It adds a touch of the westernism to this Indian ensemble. The Anarkali lehenga – where the choli is sewn with long anarkalis going down on the skirt makes its mark. Silk, crepe, sheer, brocade etc, are also used to make jackets over lehengas. Known as ethnic traditional zardozi work, mirror work, crystal work, patch work, gota borders, hanging tassels over dupattas – some classic styles that have stayed through time. For winters, they even make long sleeved cholis or closed neck cholis or jackets. The royal fabric velvet, a favourite makes a strong impact on this latest collection. The use of contrasting borders and unconventional colours makes this a must have from this design house. The hues ranging from fuchsia, orange, rose pink to champagne make it pleasant to the eyes.