I have been eyeing to get my hands on the Pakistan Bridal Fashion for some time now. After seeing Indian designs day in day out, it’s a fresh perspective to look at something not too out of the box, but yet different.
Luckily for brides to be, if you are a fan of Pakistan Bridal Outfits, you can shop for them at South Extension, Delhi.
While in India, pastels and light sober shade lehengas are trending for a year or so, in our neighbouring country, loud, blingy, opulent seems to be the trendsetter.
As seen in previous Pakistan Bridal Fashion Weeks as well, their designs include a lot of flare, shararas, velvets, gold, heavy embellishments and a ton of colour. Here are the top Pakistan Floral Bridal Fashion Outfits from 2017:
One of my top favourites from Pakistan Floral Bridal Fashion Outfits this year. I just love this last piece by Nomi Ansari. To me, he’s like the Sabyasachi of West. The look is perfect for a day wedding, and a lot of similar designs are now available with Manish Arora as well. If you like something of this sort, you can check with either of the designers.
Velvet is back on trend both in casual as well as bridal wear. Delhi especially is doing a lot of velvet blazers and bomber jackets this winter. But coming to wedding fashion, maroon and dark blue velvet with heavy embroidery are classics. These styles never go out of fashion and are perfect pieces to own for your wedding wear. Both the colours are perfect for evening cocktail or reception night outfit.
Muted colours with a hint of pop look great on brides. While some might say and I agree, this is more than just a mere pop, it does look good, doesn’t it? The detailing on the sleeves and the sheer dupatta completes the bridal look beautifully.