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‘The Big Fat Pakistani Wedding’ took a hit after the pandemic, what used to be a gala affair with thousands of people in palaces, turned into small intimate home ceremonies. As weddings get smaller and more intimate, what you should wear to them also changes. Instead of heavily embellished pieces, consider outfits that fall in the realm of luxe understated elegance.

It’s all about using colour and smart details like refined embroideries instead of heavy embellishments and modern drapes instead of over the top silhouettes.

For minimal functions, you can opt for fuss-free separates from Pink Chiffon. Their versatile shalwar suits flatter all shapes and sizes, and the unconventional design makes a statement whilst being easy to move in – It’s ideal for a summer evening.

Their grey and ferozi set is a perfect example of using a pop of colour to make something simple stand out. The sheer details and the mirrorwork embroidery are light and elegant. If you’re in search for something modern and wearable, their collection of embroidered pastels might just be the thing for you.

The simple yet beautiful silhouette and the intricate embroideries lend a certain youthfulness to the outfits. If you gravitate towards darker tones, choose this red and black outfit. Its signature embroidery in contemporary silhouette makes it a statement piece. If a chic yet minimal look is what you’re after, this designer has timeless pieces that never go out of style. Pick a colour and embroidery that makes the easy silhouette festive. Have a look at this edit of pieces that you can wear to the next intimate wedding that you attend.

Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
Hair & Makeup: Shaista Marghoob
Designer: Pink Chiffon
Photography & Styling: Hussain Piart
Model: Mantasha Kiani