It’s that time of the year again. As December approaches, the cold winter days bring lots of previous memories and new ones in the making. In fact, it’s that one month where future brides save the dates for their big day! Weddings, Mehendi’s and Receptions would be pointless without those sparkling outfits, statement jewellery and dolled up ladies. Undoubtedly, the brides themselves are the centre of attention and since all eyes are on them for the rest of the evening, it’s essential that they make the most of it. Ladies, if you’re still unsure about where to place your orders, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a bunch of beautiful bridals that are sure to make your big day a whole lot better.
Elan: When it comes to bridals, there’s no where else we’d search for the perfect outfit. This Elan bridal is the perfect blend of sparkle and sophistication
Farah Talib Aziz: Farah Talib Aziz wows us with this bright pink lehenga paired with a long light pink, gold embellished kameez.
Republic: If you’re looking for an ensemble that combines modern with traditional, then you needn’t look any further. Head on over to Republic and get this gorgeous grey bridal!
Tena Durrani: Tena plays around with the darker hues this winter. Who knew navy blue and deep red could look this good together?
Ammara Khan: If you’re the type of bride who likes to keep it simple, then this pastel pink outfit with heavy silver embellishments is just what you need.
Misha Lakhani: As always, Misha opts for traditional rather than modern. We love that she constructs such an outstanding ensemble with the mainstream red and silver embroidery.
Bunto Kazmi: Mrs. Kazmi is just the designer you need to go to if you wish to get something that not only attracts attention but is also eternal.
Ansab Jahangir: Ansab opts for light pastel hues in order to make her brides more noticeable. In fact, we personally believe that pastels are perfect for daytime weddings.
Ali Zeeshan: If you’re not one who opts for the conventional, then this Ali Zeeshan outfit is just what you need. From its unorthodox colours to the complex cuts, you’re sure to stand out.
Zara Shahjahan: Zara makes distinguishes her bridals from the rest by adding abbot of a twist to the standard lehenga. With subtle yet protruding embellishments, she also adds a sari-like feel to this ensemble.
Wardha Salem: Wardha knows exactly how a bridal outfit is done. With a bold choice of fabric and colourful embellishments, she’ll certainly make your big day one to remember.
Nadia Farooqui: Nadia designs this formal in a simple yet graceful way. Pairing a plain pastel peach legenga with a heavy copper and gold embroidered kameez and net dupatta.