Bridal Gharara Styles and Designs in Pakistan

{SCA} Bridal Wedding Gharara: In Pakistan, weddings are considered the greatest occasion. Today’s bridal dresses in Pakistan have different kinds of work done on them. Their cost may vary from a few thousands to a few lakhs.

Nowadays, the top most colours of bridal dresses are red, blue and green. These colours are given a lot of importance in Pakistani bridal dresses. Pakistani girls are very stylish, which is why they experiment a lot with bridal dresses and even carry them off very confidently.

There is a wide range of choice for a bride when it comes to the selection of the dress. Invariably, any bride would like to look her best on that big day and we will see the top bridal Gharara dresses collection in Pakistan.

Ghararas originated in the city of Lucknow during the era of the Nawabs. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was considered everyday attire among women of the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslim upper classes.

A gharara is a traditional garment, worn primarily by Muslim women in the South Asian Subcontinent. It consists of a kurti (a short, mid-thigh length tunic), a dupatta (veil), and most importantly, a pair of wide-legged pants, ruched at the knee so they flare out dramatically. The knee area, called the goat in Urdu, is often elaborately embroidered in zari and zardozi work. Each leg of a traditional gharara is made from over 12 meters of fabric,often silk brocade.

Gharara worn by the Mughal women it was one the most gorgeous outfits of those times, today we see them in collections of almost all the famous Pakistani designers. Beautifully embroidered bottoms of the gharara are paired with a short hip length top with small slits at the side and a long draping dupatta (oversized scarf). I see the gharara on a curvy bride. A rainbow of colors to choose from. Kameez can be long sleeved for the more modest or short sleeves/sleeveless for the modern bride.

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