By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
We have parted ways from our neighbouring country, Pakistan, and we are often not on friendly terms with them. But one thing that keeps us united is fashion. Over the years, we have seen many Pakistani brides donning Indian designer outfits on their nikaah, and many Indian brides opting for Pakistani designers' exquisite work. The fashion and bridal attires never fail to swoon the hearts of every woman in both countries.
In fact, Indian brides are in awe of Pakistani brides, and they keep researching for the elegant Muslim brides' wedding day look. Over the years, we have seen brides picking Pakistani designer's ensembles via video call meetings. After all, Pakistani bridal outfits are larger than life, and their makeup has a unique touch. Let's take a look at magnificent Pakistani lehengas worn by brides!
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Two-toned lehenga never goes out of fashion. One thing that we noticed in the Pakistani bridal outfits is that without much skin show, their look speaks for itself. This Pakistani bride donned a gorgeous two-toned lehenga, which featured dull gold gotta-work all over it. The pastel blue lehenga skirt was teamed with a pink choli. The bride accessorised her look with a maang teeka and matching earrings.
Pakistani brides have a unique taste in fashion, and with grace, they can turn an Indian outfit into a nikaah appropriate look. A Pakistani bride picked the famous designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's red-hued lehenga which was decked up with heavy zari work. The bride added a Muslim touch to her look by opting for a silk dupatta, which had kiran border.
We have often spotted Pakistani brides opting for full-sleeved choli. However, this bride ditched the traditional choli and picked a sleeveless blouse which had a V-neck. She styled it with a long embroidered skirt and carried a mehendi green dupatta, which was pinned on her head. The bride accessorised her look with an emerald choker, matching earrings and a maang teeka.
We loved this Pakistani bride's lehenga, which featured rose-encrusted golden work all over the ensemble. The lehenga skirt had a scalloped hem, and it was teamed with a princess-cut choli and a dupatta. The bride accessorised her look with a statement polki neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and a passa. Her look was completed with rose-tinted cheeks, golden eyeshadow and pink lips.
A Pakistani bride donned an ivory-hued lehenga for her nikaah. She looked gorgeous in a pearl-encrusted heavily embellished lehenga. She wore a matching choli with sheer sleeves, and a sheer dupatta that was carefully tucked on her head. She left her hair open giving proper Muslim bride vibes.
Pakistani brides love experimenting with different colours. We love how this bride opted for a royal blue-hued lehenga. Her outfit featured heavy floral zari embroidery, a full-sleeved choli and a contrasting peach-coloured dupatta. The bride's look was accentuated with a dainty neckpiece, matching earrings, a maang teeka and a passa.
Another Pakistani bride that left our jaws dropped is this bride, who picked a pretty yellow-hued lehenga. It had minimalistic embroidery work. The maroon-hued underskirt gave a pop of colour to her look. Her look was completed with highlighted cheeks, soft eyes and pink-toned lips.
The Pakistani bride's unique two skirt lehenga made her look ethereal. The velvet red lehenga with matching red-hued choli and jal embroidered heavy dupatta accentuated her look. She had kept her look subtle with open hair.
Another Pakistani bridal look that left our jaws dropped. The bride donned a heavy-work red lehenga with full-sleeved choli and double dupattas. She tucked her red dupatta over her head and experimented with a green-hued dupatta, which was draped as a shawl over her lehenga.
Brocade lehengas are another hit in Pakistan. We loved this bride, who had an old-world charm to her look. She picked a contrasting pink and grey-hued lehenga with matching dupatta. She accessorised her look with satlada haar, a matching choker, earrings, an oversized passa and a maang teeka.
The Pakistani bride donned a beautiful golden-hued lehenga with contrasting green work. Her outfit featured heavy work on her choli that accentuated her entire look.
Most of the Pakistani brides prefer full-sleeved outfits. However, this bride took the modern route and donned sleeveless choli. Her lehenga skirt which was heavily embellished had ruffle detailing at the bottom. She accessorised her look with gold-toned jewellery and traditional passa.
The Pakistani bride wore a gorgeous red lehenga with floral embroidery all over it. The best part about her look was her lehenga skirt which had green-hued detailing on the hem. She tucked her sheer red-hued dupatta over her high bun.
Another Pakistani bride looked pretty in a rani pink lehenga with heavy embroidery. Her monotone look was accentuated with a dainty choker, matching earrings, a passa, a maang teeka and a potli.
The Pakistani bride looked stunning in an unusual contrasting lehenga. She donned an orange-hued lehenga with a contrasting blue choli and a matching blue-hued dupatta. The best part about her lehenga was that it had a pocket.
We loved Pakistani brides' lehengas that still hold the old-world charm. Their makeup and intricate mehendi designs add more beauty to their look.
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