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5 Quirky Pakistani Dress Design Ideas For The Wedding Season

If you want to check out Pakistani dress design styles that are unique, exotic and exquisite, look no further! Come, fall in love with these designer ensembles.

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There is something about Pakistani dress design styles that puts the wearer in a separate spotlight from the rest. With a strong influence of Persian colours and embroidery styles, designers from Pakistan have been presenting wedding collections for brides that are dreamy and seriously couture in nature. Which means any bride who gets to wear a Pakistani dress design will definitely become the trendsetter and the talk of the crowd.

Admiring the distinct nature of these neighbouring dress designs, we have shortlisted looks from some of the leading designer labels of Pakistan for you. You will find interesting and unique embellishment styles, digital prints in abundance and modern drapes given to the old-fashioned Pakistani wedding dresses in these ensembles. Check them out!

1. The bellbottom Kurti set

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This Pakistani dress design consists of Chikankari embroidered yellow kurti, a pair of patch-embroidered bellbottom pants, digitally printed dupatta and embellishment of sequins and fringes for bonus beautification of the look. The lawn fabric used to create this Pakistani dress design makes it perfectly wearable for warm day wedding functions.

The tones of yellow and green of this kurti set make it an ideal match for the Haldi/Mehndi ceremony. So go ahead and flaunt this beautiful bellbottom kurti set at your Haldi ceremony with elan!

2. The super bejewelled lehenga

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Let’s just give ourselves a minute or two to just sit and admire the intricate detailing of this lehenga style. This Pakistani dress design consists of a web of pearls and crystal work to form the front of the kurta and sequins work on a delicate net mesh completing the rest of the kurta's formation with heavy sheesha work accompanied with lacework on the sleeves.

The kurti is accompanied with silk pants, equally embellished and lace worked net dupatta with the decoration of oversized pearls and tassels to conclude the look. This Pakistani dress design is every bit a piece of art that we cannot deny is a sheer glimpse of what heaven in fashion world looks like!

3. The modern Organza Kurti set

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One thing worth pointing out about Pakistani dress design styles is that a lot of their colour palettes are pretty different from what we find here in India. This distinction makes their designs stand out further, attracting admirers, everywhere you decide to go adorning these ensembles. The main attraction of this Pakistani dress design is its colour palette.

Indigo blue paired with the mulberry purple is quite a unique combination that works very well for a Sangeet function, cocktail pre-wedding party or even a sun-downer reception function. This Pakistani dress design consists of heavy embroidery all over the organza fabric with silver threadwork and Gota Patti stitches. A pair of midi slim-fit silk pants and a pure chiffon dupatta replicating the design of the Kurti itself completes the look.

4. Asymmetric Pakistani Dress Design

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A modern take on the regular Anarkali suit style, this asymmetric Pakistani dress design from the house of Imrozia is every bit a stunner! Layers of lacework, heavily embroidered chiffon kurti, paired with raw silk slim-fit trousers and a contrasting red chiffon dupatta with tassels is what this complete look comprises of.

You cannot conclude this look without styling with a set of a choker necklace with statement earrings, a metallic belt and a pair of high heels. Due to the embroidery drama all over this ensemble, you can consider packing your hair into a neat, low bun and going for nude makeup to align all the elements in sync.

5. Traditional Sharara Suit Style

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For this Pakistani dress design, different fabrics, different embellishments and different colour palettes have been combined together to create one masterpiece. An ode to the nomadic Sharara designs from Pakistan, this suit style is perfect for a red carpet engagement or Sangeet ceremony. The best way to glamorise this Pakistani dress design is by going for traditional Pakistani or Mughal style jewellery consisting of a choker necklace, a Mang Tikka, a Passa and complimenting Jadau statement earrings.

The highlight of these Pakistani dress design styles is the type of embellishments that have been used to decorate the apparels. Oversized tassels, an overdose of Gota Patti work and digital prints automatically convert these designs into hot sellers. With these elements, you don’t really need to look out for jewellery or accessorisation of any kind to go with these attires.

All that you require are a pair of Punjabi Juttis to complete these looks. We cannot pinpoint which among these Pakistani dress design styles are our personal favourites as they all stand out as statement makers individually. But we leave it to you to decide which one is the showstopper and which one is a runner up. Besides, we would love to know which of these dress designs would you wear for your Mehndi or Sangeet ceremony.

Comment below and share with us what do you have to say about these beautiful Pakistani dress design styles.