The A line cut is also very popular. It has an inverted cone like shape with the skirt being tight at the waist and then flaring out till the ankle. The last and most popular is the flared lehenga which is heavily pleated and gives a royal look. The flared lehenga is extremely elegant but it is also very heavy. Fabrics used in making lehengas Bridal lehengas are usually made of rich fabrics that are thick, have high shine and a good drape. The most popular fabric used is satin which is used because of its graceful texture. Other preferences include tissue which has a regal finish, net, crepe and georgette all of which give the finished dress a very extravagant feel.