Wedding is certainly the most memorable day of one’s life and looking good irrespective of status is one’s dream. Even if its not money, people still find themselves landing up nowhere when it comes to choosing a brand for their wedding dress. We believe in providing our readers the best yet the most economical solution for their day-t0-days issues so that they can save their time and cash it somewhere else in a much productive manner.
Here are 10 of the best brands to shop for weddings in 2014.
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Elan is a brand owned by Khadija Shah that caters Pakistani and International markets. Elan has recently launched its bridal collection for 2014. It consists of dark colours and embellishments in stone. The collection has unique patterns which blend with the newest fashion.
2. Maria B.
Maria B has recently showcased her bridal collection for this year. It consists of long shirts and frocks with sharara/gharara and churidar. The dresses are traditional with heavy embroidery in dubka, gotta and zari work.
3. Nomi Ansari
Nomi Ansari’s bridal range consists of intricate and traditional embroidery all over the front. The collection has long shirts and lehangas and colours are mostly shades of white and blue.
HSY has a wedding collection for both boys and girls. The girls can chose from long shirts, frocks and shararas. The collection has very bold colour combinations like golden and silver with banarsi patches. There is also beautiful embroidery work for the boys. The boys can choose their style from the traditional sherwani collection.
5. Umar Sayeed
House of Umar Sayeed has been designing ultra chic clothes for the Pakistanis for over 20 years. Their latest bridal collection is based on typical eastern styles consisting of dark colours, mostly red and long flowy cuts.
6. Rizwan Moazzam
Rizwan Moazzam has been working in the industry for over a decade now and he is known for designing exclusive dresses for each of his client according their choice and comfort level. This year’s collection majorly focused on embroidery work in zari and sequins. There are also gold embellishments all over the dupatta and lehanga to give the dress a traditional eastern look.
Lajwanti started work in 1999 and has gained success and popularity ever since. The latest bridal collection has long shirts, frocks with trouser and tights. There is embroidery and needlework on the borders and lace work on the neckline. The colours are a blend of different shades giving the dresses a very modern look.
8. Deepak Perwani
Deepak Perwani’s latest collection focuses on red colour for the brides. The designs include lehangas and saris with heavy embroidery.
9. Zainab Chottani
Zainab Chottani started her work with bridal collections and later added prêt wear. Her recent collection showcased bridal dresses in dark colours inclunding black and dark greys. The choice of colours was very much against the norms of Pakistani culture but the collection was widely appreciated,
10. Saniya Maskatiya
Sania Maskatiya’s 2014 collection is sophisticated and elegant. The dresses are of traditional style with a blend of western cuts. There are long, front open and sleeveless shirts with net lehanga, sharara or a churidar pyjama. The embellishments are done mostly with zari work and a lot of fancy laces.
Wish you a happy wedding eve!