This is the fourth post in the series of Pakistan Bridal Fashion. To check out the previous posts, click the link here.
Are you a 2018 sister of the bride to be? Tired of looking through hundreds of designs for your wedding wear? Can’t put a finger on your favourite style? Well, I am here to ease your burden just a little bit. I just collated a bunch of Pakistan Sister Of The Bride Outfit Ideas that I know you are going to love.
Whether it is lehengas or A-line gowns, beige or nude outfits in subtle bling, all of the boxes are checked in this one post. So here goes:
# Ali Xeeshan
I love the trend of one colour for the blouse and the skirt. It’s not too harsh on the eyes, and you can play around with accessories accordingly. Ali Xeeshan is a legend in Pakistan bridal circle, and this time around his outfits were perfectly suited for the sister of the bride/groom.
# Faiza Saqlain
The prettiest sister of the bride outfit goes to the mustard dupatta lehenga. What a beauty! The beautiful shade of yellow goes so well with hints of pink in the lehenga. Probably my favourite piece in this entire collection of outfits. What do you think?
Keeping the balance between bling and velvet is never an easy task. A lot of brides and their bridal entourage are preferring to wear muted tones like beige or nude, greys in their choice of outfits. If you like the look of these outfits, you now know who to reach out to.
I especially love this last asymmetric outfit with the hint of maroon velvet bottom. It’s traditional yet the length of the outfit gives it a modern touch.
# Farah & Fatima
Weddings are not just about the main functions, the real outfit problems come with the prewedding functions. There are so many different outfit styles one can go for. Farah & Fatima’s collection is perfect to know what kind of outfit style to opt for these smaller functions. The above the ankle kurta leggings is a great pick for mehendi maybe? What say?
So which designer was your favourite from this list?