Love Pakistani Gharara And Anarkalis? Here’s What They Cost

by Namrata Nautiyal
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Pakistani Gharara

I recently posted a Pakistani Gharara picture on Frugal2Fab Instagram. The outfit was designed by Pakistani designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha. I have been following the designers work for awhile now. But after posting that picture, I really took out time to check out his designs, and all that he has to offer.

If you’re new to Pakistani bridal designs, let me give you a gist of what you might get here. Lots of shararas, ghararas, anarkalis and bridal lehengas. Usually Pakistani brides wear a lot of gharara, sharara and anarkalis as their main bridal wear. Pakistani style is all about bling, and colour, and opulent dresses. If you’re into that sort of style, then keep reading.

In this post I thought let me share some Pakistani gharara cost as well. Every time I see a new design that I like, that’s the first thing that crosses my mind. Is it mass affordable? What is the starting price point? Which occasions can one afford to pick this outfit for?

In the past, I’ve written several posts on Pakistani Bridal outfits with prices. If you’re interested, check the links out:

Red Bridal Brocade Lehenga – USD 2350 INR 1.79 Lakhs

So today, we are only going to look at Pakistani designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s collection. The good thing is you can shop any of these looks from the designer’s official website. So irrespective of where you’re residing, this post is just not about window shopping. You can actually shop-shop.

What Is A Pakistani Gharara? How Is It Different From A Sharara?

Pink Gold Hand Embellished Zari Sharara – USD 2,530 INR 1.93 Lakhs

Even after being a wedding blogger for so many years, I had to google this one. Specifically what is the difference between Gharara and Sharara? Honest to God, did you know the difference? No, right? Well let me tell you.

A sharara is a loose pant style right from the waist. A gharara goes tight just above the knees. Make sense? Here’s some options to understand the two styles.

Dull Fern Green Pakistani Gharara – USD 665 INR 50,000

If you notice, the big flare bottom starts somewhere from the thigh area. That’s a gharara. If this were a sharara style, the flare would start right from the waist down.

Now that you have some idea about Pakistani Gharara vs a Sharara, check out some of my favourite looks from designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s latest collection:

Pakistani Gharara Collection For Brides

Raw Silk Blue Fuchsia Pink Pakistani Gharara – USD 855 INR 65,300

So many brides tell me that we want a design that has never been seen before. Some say we want to wear a style that’s different than a lehenga, but bridal enough. For all those brides, you can definitely try wearing something like this for your daytime mehendi function or haldi ceremony. The colours are so bright and poppy, it’ll look glorious in pictures. Plus, the price point isn’t that bad, right?

Green Raw Silk Heavy Embellished Pakistani Gharara – USD 2325 INR 1.77 Lakhs

If you really want something that’s super heavy bridal, then this is the price range that you’ll get at designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s collection. If you ask me, it’s still priced so much better than some of the premium Indian bridal designer wear. That plus, I bet the look, colour is so different than what we see in Indian bridal designs.

Simple Pakistani Gharara For Smaller Wedding Functions

Gharara 1 – USD 550 INR 42,000 Gharara 2 – USD 620 INR 47,000 & Gharara 3 – USD 590 INR 45,000

Before we move onto Anarkalis, I couldn’t help myself. I checked out some of Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s bridal lehenga collection. I had to. Sorry. Did I like it? Well, it’s definitely high on bold, regal, opulent side. If you’re into subtle bridal wear, maybe this is not the best option for you. But doesn’t hurt to see, right?

Designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s Bridal Lehenga Collection

Heavy Red Bridal Lehenga – USD 2640 INR 2.01 Lakhs

If I had to pick one lehenga as my favourite from this designers collection, it’s got to be this one. This is a white gold zardozi resham and gota lehenga. We have all seen ivory and white lehengas from Indian designers. But if you want something a little different, this could be a good option. I don’t know the price of the lehenga though. You will have to find that out from the designer’s team.

Other Bridal Lehenga Designs

Pakistani Anarkalis For Brides & Brides Family

Red Kalidaar Anarkali – USD 665 INR 50,800

One of my favourite looks for brides is this super simple, elegant maroon gold piece. It’s a pretty piece that you can easily reuse post wedding as well. With details only on the sleeves, it has a nice mix of sober yet bridal in a way. What do you think?

Marigold Orange Anarkali – USD 800 INR 61,000

If you’re looking for a haldi or mehendi look on a mid-budget range, then this is a pretty piece to go for. The good thing about anarkalis is you can always turn it into some other style later. You can make crop top skirt, or a lehenga. You could also choose to go dupatta less, or with a dupatta. Lots of permutation combinations available.

Firebrick Red Kalidaar Anarkali – USD 800 INR 61,000

Outfit 1 – USD 810 INR 82,000

Designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s Store Details

  • For Online Consultancy :  +92 321 6672220
  • For Studio Appointments : +92 300 6670607
  • Email: connect@mohsinnaveedranjha.com
Store Address:
  • 9C Tariq Rd, Block C2 Block C 2 Gulberg III, Lahore, Punjab
  • Block A Satellite Town, Gujranwala, Punjab
Shop Online On:
  • Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Official Website
  • Laam.pk

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