She wore what?
gharara: A stunning outfit that requires an impossibly large amount of fabric. The top is usually fitted and hits the upper thigh. The bottom consists of two wide legs which flare at the knees, giving the appearance of a full skirt. Bridal wear, and often wedding-attendee wear as well.
lengha: A fitted top and narrow skirt. Much easier to walk in than a gharara.
salwar kameez: Everyday wear when made of cotton or simple silk. The shirt is long, usually to the knees. The pants are loose. Can be formal as well, depending on the fabric and bead work or embroidery.
dupatta: A long scarf worn either over both shoulders, hanging down the back , or over one shoulder like a sash. Often slippery; safety pins become small miracles.