Top Bridal Wear in Pakistan

Top Bridal Wear in Pakistan

In case it is a wedding, it is loaded up with joy and cheer. In any culture you discover, weddings are grandiose and overflowing with family members, visitors and the wedded couple partaking in this promising event. Including sensitive cooking styles and a ton of music, a wedding is intended to be delighted in totally. In Pakistan, the wedding festival is intended to keep going for 3 days at any rate and inside those three days you are clearly anticipating that the bride should be dressed like a doll and look like a princess.

Sharara: Sharara is bottom wear which is fit from top of legs to the bottom, different from lehengas and trousers or pants in one way or the other. It is worn by Pakistani Brides, as designers have made it so trendy and popular in a fascinating way by designing it in various styles and ways. Mostly it is paired up with kurta and dupatta in delicate embroideries. Nikah is the most important function in the whole wedding and most wedding functions begin with nikkah as well. The latest wedding sharara dress trends are to wear it in nikkah in a white colour. Besides, in mayun yellow or orange colour sharara is preferred.

Saree:  Wedding sarees are made explicitly to cause the lady of the day to be the focal point of everybody’s consideration. As she needs to look wonderful on her most significant day. What’s more? Silai Kadhai is the place where the charm of Bridal sarees spreads its wings. They are made with the sole reason to stun everybody with substantial and complex thread work and beads on it. The base colour typically utilized for wedding sarees are in the shades of red, pink, maroon, and golden. They are highly in demand.

Shopping for bridal dresses is a popular tradition and most people feel more comfortable shopping from home. You can contact us while sitting at home or even at the office, we will assist you with your bridal dresses and design your favourite dress from your favourite fabric. Pick your favourite one with just a click of a button! Silai Kadhai designed a variety of bridal dresses in a wide range of styles fabricated by our experienced designers, highlighting the beauty of Pakistan Bridal wear

Bridal Frocks in Pakistan

Bridal Frocks in Pakistan:

Wedding day is the most special day for any girl. The bride has all the rights to look breath-taking on this special day. So, why not start this new beginning with a beautiful dress to remember. There are many things like bridal jewellery, bridal makeup, bridal hairstyle, bridal nail art, bridal mehndi and shoes which play a major role in the looks of the bride but as far as bridal dress is concerned, it dominates over all the other things. Pakistani’s bridal fashion is well popular and adopted all around the globe due to their unique ways of preparing brides in all possible ways. There are many wedding dress designs ideas like bridal frocks, bridal gowns, maxi dresses. From red to maroon, from golden to silver all these bridal dresses reflect pure Pakistani tradition in the latest style. This blog includes a variety of dresses for Valima, Barat, Mayoon, Reception and Mehndi functions. The first thought is to share the most recent style on wedding attire.

Silai Kadhai: Make your wedding dress significant and wonderful with Silai Kadhai, as we are stitching a wide variety of bridal wear. We are pleased to offer to stitch your bridal and party wear dresses to customers which incorporate Maxi dresses, Bridal frocks, Barat and Nikah dresses and unique event dresses. We not only make a dress but we are trying to make it enchanted. We have been making your perfect bridal outfits for quite a while. Currently that is the reason that our experience and commitment to obligation can be found in our designs.

Bridal Frocks: Frock is a dress style that extends like an umbrella below the waist or extends below either fully up to your ankles or partially up to your thighs. Bridal frocks are decorated with material such as organza, tissue, silk, chiffon, crystals, pearls, beads, stones, cut dana and cut war etc

Maxi Dresses: Maxi dresses are long formal frock fit at the top and lose at the bottom, flow same as with the body. These dresses can be stitched in a variety of necklines like adding some piping, scale-up, printed bordered pieces, organza frill, laces, tassels, button, texture and different types of sleeves like using centre laces, loops, different shapes of laces as square laces, fabric laces and triangle laces can make your maxi different and unique.

We design Bridal frocks, Maxi Dresses and Bridal apparel of every kind for your party wear as well as for bridal dresses according to Pakistani fashion designs. You should know your fabrics are in expert hands. Along with experience, we provide on time delivery. Our customers let us know about their favourite designs and style. If they want any design according to western culture, we will provide stitching and services to them accordingly. They can also book an appointment. Whether it is a bridal dress or reception, women’s goal is to look the best and ours is to get you there. We provide high-quality uniform stitching as your satisfaction is our priority. 

Mehrin Ruaid
Content Writer & Digital Marketing Head
Silai Kadhai

Traditional Dresses of Pakistani Provinces 2021

Clothing is an “identification” tool that functions in determining the symbolic boundaries between people in a cultural sense. The national dress of Pakistan is Shalwar Kamees which is worn by females in all the provinces with slight modifications. Shalwar is like a loose pant which gave a traditional look. The national dress is also mandatory in uniform of differentGovt Offices. The traditional dresses of Pakistan of different traditional people like Pashtun, Baluchi, Sindhi, Punjabi and Kashmiri vary from province to province. The people of four provinces have their own style of wearing Shalwar and Kamees. The most familiar are Punjabi Shalwar Kamees, Baluchi Shalwar Kamees, Pashtun Shalwar Kamees and Sindhi Shalwar Kamees.

Sherwani is considering as the best outfit for special events or in a marriage ceremony. It is a long coat upto knees. After the independence of Pakisan, Founder of Pakistan Quaid e Azam usually wore Sherwani. Following Jinnah, nowadays Government representatives in Pakistan like leaders, ministers or Prime minister started to wear black kurta presenting the look of Sherwani, with Shalwar Kamees for State trips and events. General Muhammad Zia Ul Haq made it compulsory to wear Sherwani at state occasions and on national days. Sherwani was the national dress of Pakistan till 1973 when Shalwar Kamees is revealed as a national dress However we take three of the as national dress of Pakistan.

Pathans wear simple shalwar kamees, with Peshawari Chappal as footwear. Men wear traditional cap like Pakol made of wool which is found in a variety of earthy colours.

Punjabi wear a shirt lied on knees and a scarf over it. Ladieswear traditional cut Punjabi Shalwar, Pothohari Shalwar, Multani Shalwar, Dhoti Shalwar, Bahawalpuri Shalwar, Tuple Shalwar, Laacha Gogra, Kurta Sharara and Lehengas. People living in South Punjab, Saraikistan prefer the Saraiki cap known as Saraiki Topi or Rumelli as well in their traditional language. It is mostly cyan or blue. People use it with sajarak. Sajak is a unique form of Saraiki ajrak. On the 6th of march, Saraiki Cultural day is celebrated in which they mostly wear their traditional apparel.

Punjabi wear a shirt lied on knees and a scarf over it. Ladieswear traditional cut Punjabi Shalwar, Pothohari Shalwar, Multani Shalwar, Dhoti Shalwar, Bahawalpuri Shalwar, Tuple Shalwar, Laacha Gogra, Kurta Sharara and Lehengas. People living in South Punjab, Saraikistan prefer the Saraiki cap known as Saraiki Topi or Rumelli as well in their traditional language. It is mostly cyan or blue. People use it with sajarak. Sajak is a unique form of Saraiki ajrak. On the 6th of march, Saraiki Cultural day is celebrated in which they mostly wear their traditional apparel.

Sindhi wear a variety of Shalwars like Suntan and a version of shirt namely Chola. Other tradition like Sindhi caps also known as Bughti and stunning styles of Ajrak which is designed by their local citizen, having unique designs and patterns using block printing by stamps. However, ladies wear Lehenga, Gharara is known as goji. Their traditional handicrafted  footwear popularly known as Mojari made from leather having textile embroidery with cotton thread bonding from the upper to the sole. It is not only comfortable but leather fibre provides them strength as well.

Baluchi’s have kept up with their conventional apparel till the current day. In today’s event, if you investigate about their history, you won’t discover any distinction in Balochi Pakistani dresses of today and prior occasions. Baluchistan’s attire consists of a long pyjama which is like a wobbly shalwar, with a long chaddar or a scarf. Baluchi’s culture has different kinds of kurtas, Embroidered Shalwar, Turbans, Pagri of cotton cloth, Footwear, Scarf or Dupatta with the embellishment of mirror work. The classiest thing in their culture is Balochi Chapel which has fans from all over the globe. A long piece of cloth sewed to make it double-width is a Balochi Turban, which is known as Saaluk as well. The people of Baluchistan are famous for it. They celebrate their cultural day on the 2nd of March with full zeal and zest, in which they wear their cultural attires.

 

Mehrin Ruaid
Content writer & Digital Marketing Head
Silai Kadhai