The Style Guide On How To Slay In a Pakistani Lehnga

The Style Guide On How To Slay In a Pakistani Lehnga

 

When you think about bridal shopping the first thing that comes to your mind is an embellished and embroidered Pakistani lehnga. While some of us prefer to go all out on our big day some also prefer to experiment with styles and keep it simple.  You don’t have to stay with the traditional silhouettes with heavy embellishments while wearing a lehnga you can always experiment with colors and styles as well. So whether you’re someone who wants to stick to the conventional style or experiment with something new we have you covered with LAAM-wide selection of bridal lehngas.

 Pastel Colors

While red maybe the obvious option for a regal lehngi choli you may want to switch it up with some pastel colors for a day functions. We have been seeing a trend of wearing soft and pastel colors this wedding season and we are all here for it. Kanwal Malik’s bridal collections are all about its signature pastel color palette with silver embroideries and crystal and bead work all over the lehnga and choli.A gorgeous pastel green or pink lehnga can make you look like a vision.

 Floral Prints

Who said bridal lehngas always have to be covered in heavy embroideries and embellishments you can also make a statement in a solid color or floral printed lehngas as well. Hussain Rehar’s collection “ Va Va Voom” featured color blocking and floral printed lehngas that are the perfect combination of modern and classic. Featuring a fitted bodice with contrasting color skirts this collection was for all of you experimental ladies out there. And speaking of making a statement Hussain Rehar debut bridal collection “ Ragyal Moo” was everything modern with a vintage touch & style. The white floral lehnga with long shirt has our heart.

 Jacket Style

One of the trendiest ways to carry a lehnga choli in the modern day is to wear a long jacket over it. The jacket can be heavily emboriderred with gold or zari embroidery or thread work can be of ankle length or knee length according to your preference. This will give your wedding outfit a modern flair. Waqas Shah’s bridal collection featured contemporary twist to the traditional designs and its article “ Fakhur un Nisa” was a hot seller with its eyecatching contrasting colors and floral embroideries and contrasting lehnga paired with a long kalidaar coat. This outfit will surely make you stand out from the crowd.

 Shop By Designer

Some Pakistani designers have made their way and set an example in the couture world, though we love every designer's work. Ali Xeeshan and Fahad Hussayn are old players in the fashion world and each year present us with breathtaking creations. Their designs are perfect for an extra bride who wants to catch everyone's attention during her special day. In the same way, Hussain Rehar and Zamanay's modern designs are perfect for bridal showers. You can choose from the colorful and traditional collections of Farah Talib Aziz and Ansab Jahangir for your mehndi and sangeet attire.