Wedding season is here again, it's a time to give final touches to your bridal glory box – a trousseau comprising of stunning attires, exotic jewellery collection and some other lovely belongings. Keepsake that reflects your true persona and that you want to take with you in your new life.
Traditional is what every bride demands for her big day. Today brides prefer a contemporary look, a balance of modern with the tradition in their wedding dresses. When it comes to selection of colour, retain the ethnic feel with the yesteryear favourite hues such as red and gold. In our part of world the wedding function is incomplete without ethnic attires. Nothing can beat the elegance of ravishing shararas and ghararas. You can experiment with variety of style, designing, colours and embroidery to create gorgeous dresses. Use fascinating motifs, thread-work and intricacies with beads, stones, heavy gota, dabka and zari work to further enhance the beauty of your bridal outfit.
If you love experimentation, then wear this modish black and purple sleeveless dress with minimal embellishments here and there.
It's truly a choice of today's modern bride who loves to flaunt her poised personality in this voguish attire.
Long shirts with splendid shararas are in again, steal the show with this sensational red and gold bridal ensemble. The border of the sharara has been beautifully highlighted with multicoloured banarsi stripes and gota work whereas the long shirt has striking embellishment on bodice and hemline and the contrasting green chiffon duppatta adds up its beauty. The meticulous finesse and opulent delicacy is reflected in this gorgeous dress.
Next is a classy contrast of scarlet, gold and copper. Drape this dazzling short shirt with eye-catching dabka detailing at a wedding party, the delicate rust work on scarlet sharara will definitely turn many heads towards you.
Flaunt your stylish personality in this red bridal outfit with heavy ornamentation on bodice and sleek long hemline. There is no doubt that red is every bride's perennial favourite, they prefer to go for mesmerising shades of red especially for their main wedding function. So up next is again another red dress but this time with an interesting mix of mehndi green. The long shirt has twinkling gold detailing on front, the plain yet trendy banarsi sharara add a dash of glamour. Its rich traditional design with finest detailing is enough to impress everyone. Complement these dazzling outfits with ethnic ornaments and subtle make-up and look drop-dead gorgeous and picture perfect on your big day.
I Coordination & Styling:Atifa@Albatross
I Designer:Zara Shahjahan
I Photography:Amir Chishty
I Model:Nisha Butt