Four Must To-Go-To Pakistani Designers For Traditional Wedding Sherwani 2018

For most Grooms, the choice of wedding wear is quite limited (or in other words, there is almost no choice at all). Sherwani for Baraat and a tuxedo for Valeema.

Yes, that’s it!

So, if you are getting married or even just planning to attend baraat, sherwani is a must.

However, we have so much variety only this outfit that one can easily get confused between which designer to go to. Here we are to your help!

Best Pakistani Designers For Wedding Sherwani

These four Pakistani designers are considered a novice in the fashion industry and have the best groom wear.

Hassan Shehryar Yaseen

Being the top in this fashion game, HSY provides with the most luxurious and regal sherwani collection. In the hues of brown, black, and white, the dresses are heavily embroidered pieces of fleece, silk, and velvet. The neckline along with sleeve borders has been heavily crafted with dabka, kundan, and thread work.

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Deepak Perwani

If you are not so high on heavy embroidery and approve of subtle tones, Deepak Perwani is just the designer for you. Without any complicated detailings, his collection is simpler, but not any less sleek and stylish. The best thing about Deepak is his color and fabric coordination.

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Junaid Jamshed

If we are talking about traditional Pakistani grooms wear, missing Junaid Jamshed is nearly impossible. From the fanciest to basic, Junaid Jamshed has all the variety. Styled with shalwar mostly, the designs take us back to Mughal period.

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Mohsin Naveed

Mohsin Naveed is always setting a bench mark for designers with his innovative ideas.  If you’re a brave soul and don’t shy away from bolder choices, these flashy designs can make you stand out with the right style. Though, beware! Your nerdy friends might not approve of your wedding dress.

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I hope this list can help you out in finding the right wedding sherwani for the right night.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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