Charismatic Bridal Couture

You surely want to feel special on your happy day as the bride-to-be. You can be searching for the ideal dress that enhances every element of you and your characteristics in order to feel captivating and gorgeous.

By examining the numerous designs of South Asian bridal gowns, you may quickly identify the finest dress for your wedding. South Asian wedding attire is incredibly colourful and has a deep history that connects us to our forefathers and cultural heritage. Traditional wedding attire from South Asia has a long history.

The Mughal weavers used embroidery, decorations, and conventional motifs, adding additional intricacy and ornamentation to the typical plain dress. The lehenga choli, which dates back to the Mughal era, is the most popular wedding attire in South Asia. It quickly gained enormous popularity among women of various ages and socioeconomic backgrounds.

When it comes to bridal lehenga gowns, not much has changed. The bridal lehenga gowns haven't undergone much alteration throughout time, if we're talking about them. They remain just as opulent, detailed, and captivating as they were. Designers now frequently utilise hues that were formerly thought unusual for a lehenga outfit. These hues include black, grey, white, cream, pretty pastels colours and more.

In addition, modern lehengas are made from fabrics other than the traditional cotton or silk fabric, such as chiffon, georgette and crepe. To achieve magnificent lehenga choli appearances, velvet, net, and tissue fabric elements are also overlaid. There are now more outfit alternatives available on the market than only the traditional hues. Also, when you talk about bridal attire, the most favourite colour among brides has to be red, definitely. A red embellished bridal lehenga never goes out of style.

• Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
• Hair, Makeup & Grooming: Nighat Misbah@Depilex
• Designer: Karigur
• Styling: Vasim Asghar
• Photography: Yasser Sadiq
• Featuring: Palvasha Khaled, Urooj Shamim, Muskan Khan, Waseem Rustam & Shahbaz Saleem