Ir al contenido principal

7 Pakistani Gharara Designs to Bookmark for the D-day

Make your day by checking out these beautiful Pakistani Gharara designs. You will no doubt look fabulous in any of your wedding events. Click here to look!

image courtesy: Memoirz

Most people believe that the bridal Gharara is a Pakistani dress. Contrary to this popular belief, it is a traditional Lucknowi dress work created by the Muslim women of India. It was an everyday outfit during the 19th and 20th century. A Gharara set has a short length tunic with a dupatta and wide-leg trousers scrunched at the knees (and then they flare out). Did you know that around 12 metres of fabric are used in the trousers of a Gharara?

The outfit became popular in Pakistan around the 1950s. If you are getting married, do not ignore this outfit as most Pakistani Gharara sets have heavy embroidery and embellishments, which make them perfect for you and your wedding ceremonies.

Exude panache in any of these Pakistani Gharara sets and make your groom weak on his knees every time he sees you!

It is time to check them out!

Ivory Gharara

Image Courtesy: Souchaj

White and ivory are just as much as bridal colours as red and pink. We are going gaga over this ivory Pakistani Gharara with very heavy gold embroidery and embellishments. There is zari work and sequin work on the Kurti as well as the Gharara.

You can also drape your dupatta on your head just like in the image or wrap it around your shoulders.

Style tip: For the ultimate Pakistani bridal look, you can wear a Nath or a Passa.

Maroon Gharara

Image Courtesy: Souchaj

If you are looking for a Pakistani Gharara for a night event, you should pick out dark colours like this maroon Gharara. Instead of a classic straight Kurti, you can change it up a bit and go for a peplum style tunic. It is smart and contemporary and you can wear it for your Sangeet ceremony.

A Gharara anyways has a big flare, which makes it perfect for the occasion.

Mint-green Gharara

Image Courtesy: Souchaj

A Pakistani Gharara is heavy from top to bottom. It stands out in a crowd and is made for a bride. If you are into pastels, you will love this mint green Gharara with gold embellishments. It is the epitome of regal fashion and you will definitely look like a royal in something like this.

It’s a classic and guess what, classics always work!

Peach-morganite Gharara 

Image Courtesy: Souchaj

If we can pick just one word to describe this bride, it will be whimsical! Surely you will look as dreamy if you wear something similar. It is a unique number in pink morganite colour and gold-silver embellishments. The top has a peplum design and a closed neckline.

Style tip: you should wear your hair up in a bun if you want to wear a closed neck like this.

Multi-coloured Gharara

Image Courtesy: The House of Kamiar Rokni

Not everyone is into heavy embellished Pakistani Gharara sets, so we have a multi-coloured dress for you as well. It has orange, blue, lavender and red as the major colours. The Gharara is in white with simple sequin work. It is fun and picture-perfect for an outdoor event in the day.

Style tip: go for classic gold jewellery with this set like a choker necklace and drop earrings. If you are wondering about the hairstyle in the image, it is a simple curly hairstyle with a crown braid. Just tell your hairstylist this and he will know what you want.

Light-blue Gharara

Image Courtesy: Vogue by Ritu

If you are looking for simpler Pakistani Gharara sets, you have to check out the next two. They are youthful-looking and will compliment the essence of a bridesmaid.

The first simple Pakistani Gharara is a light blue number with gold embroidery. The kurta has floral appliqués spread out throughout the fabric. You should definitely consider adding it to your wardrobe.

Steel Grey Gharara

Image Courtesy: Vogue by Ritu

The last Pakistani Gharara in this list is a flirty lavender set with a flowy embroidered tunic and simple trousers. We say you can wear it to a Sangeet ceremony or a reception.

Style tip: we feel you should keep this look simple with a classic choker and a simple hairstyle. You can leave them open or tie them up in a bun like an image.

Most Pakistani Gharara sets are beautiful. If you are wearing one, we have no doubt you will look like an angel walking in from a real life fairy tale. You can recognise a Pakistani Gharara just by looking at the rich colours and intricate embroidery on the garment. We hope you liked all the images we picked out for you. We know that you will look gorgeous in any of these.

Make sure you that you pair your Pakistani Gharara with the right jewellery set. Check out these bridal jewellery stores near you!