Published On: Fri, Dec 4th, 2015

5 Trendsetters advise you for wedding outfits



if you are going to marry and don’t know what to wear then have the patience for picking the right jora for this wedding season. Selecting shadi jora and sherwani is a daunting task. Then get inspiration from the designers in this regard.

You can look at the latest bridal trends showcased by designers this season.

Faraz Manan:

The famous and favorite by a lot of audiences, Faraz Manan is the man to approach if you want to keep your barat jora customary mix contemporary. Give up the grave embroidery and go for conventional red and colors of pink, which will assist you to maintain the conventional touch whereas having a new look to your dress. Having complicated embroidery and stone work to the shoulders can assist to keep the outfit low so it doesn’t weigh you down.

Wear the lehenga dupatta and kameez which has not much embroidery and heavily decorated in stone-work and crystals. Make sure that it is as easier and comfortable to walk in:

But if you are a rebel and desire to go for an exclusive style, try a stylish gown chic outfit with a light chiffon dupatta and couple with alike hue pants.

Combine it with heavy and different materials or embroidery for the front and back and you can also go for a heavy trail.

Misha Lakhani:

This fashion trendsetter suggests brides to “invest in pieces that she can enjoy over the years” in spite of purchase costly dresses of low quality.

Stay far from the customary and select Chantilly lace. Have some features in your jora by providing comprehensive embroidery and embellishments on the front shirt and dupatta and keep away from the heavy lehnga which is low detailed because it will give you flow and easy movement.

You can also select chiffon lehenga for an elegant look. It is light and provides an abundance of quantity to outfits. Employ diverse kinds of affluent lace to insert liveliness to your outfit.

The color gray appears older and frumpy if it is not employed properly. Though, the gray color not just harmonizes fair skin tones, but appears praised when duo with diverse equipment.

Nomi Ansari:
he displayed customary but modern pieces in his wedding collection.

“We try to keep designs unconventional, but traditional at the same time. The embroidery and color palette should shine through,” tells Nomi.

“At the present time, all and sundry desires to get decorated up and give their best but it’s for all the time the bride who has to stand out. We see that as a challenge and make sure our bride outshines all attendees,” he further stated.

For perfect mehndi function, he advises to not use much embroidery and go with a rainbow of hues a lot if hues together with less embellishment. Light embroidery on dupatta and at the front of the shirt. Bold contrasting colors are also outstanding with light embroidery.

Keep the dupatta light. You’ll thank yourself later for not having the dupatta weigh you down the whole night.

Ali Xeeshan:

This talented fashion trendsetter advises to not experiment with the contrasting colors and use heavy embroidery for a traditional look. Sometimes people choose the whole dress with the same color which gives a traditional look but you can give a contrast to the shirt lehnga and the dupatta.

Light hues balanced thorough work most excellent keeping the clothing delicate yet majestic. Detailed choli and lehenga with heavy work on the dupatta will definitely give you the majestic look you’re going for.

Profound accompaniments to augment and intensify embroidery gaze immense, copule with tassels on the back for an added vigor.


The lehnga choli balancing with a koti are the frenzy at the present. If you love embellishments and heavy work then choose an easy one tonne lehnga, a neutral colored choli (or you can choose to experiment with color), and a profound koti.

You can choose the embroidery in the color of lehnga and match it with your whole dress.

If you like the usual lehnga choli then skip the koti and go for the similar fashion as above, keeping the dupatta heavy. A lighter lehnga will allow you more movement as well.


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.