Pakistani couture market is in a league of its own with its versatile silhouette, bright hues, traditional cuts, and exquisite embroideries and embellishments, there is no match in the world with our artisanal craftsmanship. And if you’re living in UK, USA, or Canada and have a wedding coming soon, no need to panic. You can get your dream Pakistani bridal dress from LAAM. Our bridal consultant team can guide you about the latest fashion trends, editor’s pick, your personal style, and the event theme that you should go for. LAAM’s wedding store has everything and you can shop according to your budget, style, event theme, and designer brand.
Pakistani Wedding Lehenga
There is nothing more regal and classic than red lehenga choli and it has been the biggest wedding tradition of the sub-continent to wear a red wedding dress on her big day. You can go for an all-red look or you can also go for hues of green, pink, and blue too. Most brides opt for a fitted choli with a poofy lehenga skirt but you can also pair up a long shirt or peplum or even a pishwas with it.
Ghararas And Shararas
Pakistani brides love to play around with silhouettes and trouser styles and nothing looks more traditional and vintage for a bride than an ever-classic gharara set. For mehndi, you can experiment with colors and incorporate bright hues of yellow, red, pink, blue, orange, green, and maroon as well and for nikkah, you would want to keep it subtle with the shades of ivory and white. Faiza Saqlain has the best collection of nikkah outfits. You can also go for flowy shararas as well with long shirts for a more contemporary look. The latest trend of crushed shararas also looks great with a heavily embellished shirt.
If you want to make a statement in your wedding event then you should go for a long tail frock or a gown. Gowns are popular among both western wedding dresses and Pakistani wedding dresses. You can either go for a fully embellished gown or you can play around with silhouettes and incorporate some modern trends into it such as color blocking just like Hussain rehar did in his collection Va Va Voom. Gowns are perfect to wear in a walima event with a pastel color canvas and silver embellishments. Hussain Rehar’s jhil mil has the most exquisite collection of walima dresses.
If you want to ditch the lehenga choli for your big day you can go for a twirl-worthy pishwas. Pishwas is an evergreen and vintage design that has been a part of the wedding tradition since the Mughal era. The silhouette is so versatile you can wear it at you every wedding event. Farah Talib Aziz’s colorful pishwas with gota and zari embroideries are perfect for mehndi and dholak. Mohsin Naveed Ranjha’s kalidaars are perfect for baraat. You can also go for a pishwas on your nikkah as well.