Most Popular Pakistani Bridal Dresses Styles


Weddings around the world are known to the most extravagant and ultimately one of the well-celebrated events. From the bride to the people organizing the wedding, everyone is needed on the deck for opinions not only on the preparation but on the fashion dilemmas as well. Pakistani weddings, on the other hand, are quite a handful on their own. Around the globe, Pakistani weddings are known for their exuberance, vivid fashion statements and desi luster. Since the weddings are meant to be huge, the pressure on the bride to look flawless is doubled. The fashion industry has been coming to the rescue of such brides for years now with their brilliant designs and new collections every year. Pakistani Bridal Dresses hold a huge place in the fashion industry.

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Pakistani brides have been seen evolving their style over the years as they move up the fashion ladder. The most sought-after fashion piece for brides was embroidered shalwar kameez in the early 80s with then took a downfall as bridal lehengas hit the bridal fashion market in the 90s and have ever since been a staple, no matter what the time stamp is.

After the huge evolution of Pakistani Bridal Dresses Styles in the 90s, many other bridal dress options got added to the list which includes:

>Embroidered sharara and a plain shirt

>Embroidered Peplum with flare bottoms and Foil work

>Embellished heavy dupatta with plain thread work Shalwar kameez

>Western-inspired bridal maxi with gotta work dupatta

>Bridal Angrakha with jamawar pajama and chiffon dupatta

All these bridal styles are seen making debuts on the bridal ramp walks and in real life weddings as well with minor personal tweaking to suit the bride’s taste. With all these options, you are good to go as you start planning for your big day!


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