The colors of Pakistani Bride

Two gleaming black kohl laden eyes coyly peep out of her sheer ‘aanchal’ as she walks carrying her values and her grace. With all the beiges, maroons, golds and red, she becomes an epitome of traditions and cultures of Pakistan.

This is the day every girl dreams about, wearing her dazzling bridal lehenga; her hennaed feet take small steps to her Saajan’s home. Doused in the aura of red passion her bridal lehenga ripples with every move she takes.

Red and maroon being the traditional colors of Pakistani bride represents her transformation into a woman full of love, care, passion, desires and expectations of her new beginning. But these days’ fashion designers are introducing myriads of new colors to blend tradition with innovation. Karma with his Bridal Collection 2010 introduced shades of grayish metallic colors and vibrant tones of red green blue and brown. Maria B with her bridal collection 2010 chose to go classic with her cream white bridal dresses. Fashion designer Mahid Khawar with his bridal collection 2010 proved that Pakistani bride is not just about reds and maroons, from baby pastel contrasts to dazzling shades of red to darker tones, Pakistani bride is an amalgamation of several emotions from demure shyness to breathtaking laughters to sensitive tears. 

The black in her eyes, the red on her lips, the gold in her jewelry embedded with multicolored stones, beads and sequins, her auburn henna and the colors of her bridal lehenga all joins together to celebrate the beauty that is called Pakistani bride. She has no limit, no border for she is the princess of the day, she is the queen adorned with thousand colors of her past, present and future.

Celebrate your big day not with the latest trends not with the theme of the season but with the color that represents your soul, your style and your desires. Be it the dazzling bright red or be it an innocent baby pink or be it the fusion of both, wear it with style and charm, with grace and pride of being you with all your values, honor and self respect.

Two gleaming black kohl laden eyes coyly peep out of her sheer ‘aanchal’ as she walks carrying her values and her grace.

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