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The Perfect Pakistani Bridal Wear for Brides and Bridesmaids!

Baffled about your Pakistani Bridal Wear? Here are some trending ideas for the bride and her bridesmaids!

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Are you the next bride or the bridesmaid? If yes, congratulations! Now that you’ve chosen your man, it’s time to choose your dress!

Pakistani bridal wear can make you stand out. The intricate blooms, heavy embellishments and a plethora of colours put together will leave you looking amazing for your big day. It is the perfect idea to add hints of the Pakistani touch to your bridal wear if you don’t want to look like a run-of-the-mill bride! The novel style will make you look like a queen!

Let’s scroll through a few Pakistani bridal wear options that you should check out!

1. Stunning bright Magenta

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This bride decided to wear a magenta mermaid gown with a beautiful dupatta. This outfit weighs heavy because of the intricate handwork. The dupatta is attached in a high-low style, short from the front and flowy from the end. When wearing such Pakistani bridal wear do make sure that you have multiple fittings to ensure the perfect fit.

With an intricate choker and hair pulled back in a bun, the bride looks alluring.

2. Shades of Silver

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If you love silver, this has to be your go-to outfit. The multiple shades of silver on this exclusive brocade fabric make for the perfect Pakistani bridal wear. The gorgeous net dupatta has latkans attached to the ends, which makes the outfit look super girly. You may attach any Latkas like Laddus, Pom-Poms or specific motif’s. This will look stunning!

3. Peach with Silver

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This Pakistani bridal wear is a statement piece. The outfit is a floor touching gown with flowers made out of multicoloured Gota work. The heavy embellishment style is called 3-D work. Such pieces are rare to find. You can drape the dupatta in plenty of styles and pull-off any look. With this outfit, jewellery with hues of green and red will be the perfect addition!

4. The Royal Green

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This Pakistani bridal wear can set hearts on fire. This 3 piece fishtail suit has a long kurti with two different dupattas. One of them is in red and has Bandhani work and the other one running across her head is a simple net dupatta which has sequins. The borders have heavy sequins and glitter with hand embroidery. Love how she paired Kundan Jhumkas to add elegance to the look.

5. Seagreen Garara

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Seagreen and Golden together make an amazing duo. If you want to go for something simple that weighs light, this Gharara style suit is a gorgeous piece. Pakistani bridal wear is famous for its large variety of suit styles, with the Gharara being only one of them.

This bride wore a mesh-like fabric as a Gharara with tassels attached to the bottom of the short kurti. The net dupatta is attached to the crown and the Maang Tikka looks, killer.

Fashion Tip: If you plan to go for this colour combination, try getting your hands on new gold jewellery designs.

6. Suede or Velvet

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If you are a bridesmaid, then you have to be the trendsetter on a grand day. This stunning group of girls decided to coordinate with their fabrics. They chose velvet as their base fabric. You can have different variants of colours and style them with the same jewellery items. The Chokers and the Maang Tikkas paired together scream brilliance.

Style Tip: Carry small clutches to complete the look.

7. Stonework

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The three-fourth kurti with long palazzos look rich when paired together. The heavy stonework in the suit makes for a royal and an expensive-looking outfit. Such suits are usually found ready-made, but if you choose to get it customised, it’ll take a while to do so. The stones and jewels are sewn onto the cloth to make unique patterns. The outfit can also have pearl embellishments and some glitter too. Bridesmaids in this Pakistani bridal wear will look stunning.

8. Matte Sequins

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You might think sequins work is too mainstream, but matte finish sequins are new in the fashion game. Matte sequins add an ethereal touch to the outfit. Pull off a contrasting colour for the borders and lace fabric - it will look absolutely chic! Such Pakistani Bridal Wear, worn by the bridesmaids, can turn out to be remarkable pieces.

9. Zardosi Blouses

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Zardosi is a form of handwork which is done with the help of a golden thread, usually on fabrics like silk. This royal form of hard-work on the blouse looks splendid. As shown in the picture above, the white lehenga looks great. Being the bridesmaid, if you are keen to wear such Pakistani bridal wear, do not forget to carry a Potli Bag.

Style Tip: Such heavy outfits all you need to keep light on the jewellery part.

All the above Pakistani bridal wear can help you nail and aesthetic that sets you apart from other brides. Know what fits the best for you and slay the day like a lady boss. Checkout Asiana Couture and Raghav Creation in Chandni Chowk, Delhi for such picture perfect pieces!

Get in touch with these tailors near you for bespoke outfits!