Pakistani designers that you definitely need to keep an eye out for Mehendi Dresses

Weddings in Pakistan are not only a testament to stringing two souls together, but it’s actually an array of different functions and events to promote well-being and geniality among two whole families. Mehendi, Mayun, Sangeet, Dholki, and whatnot accompanies the compulsory ceremonies of Nikaah and Valima, which is actually not a bad deal considering the glamour, charm, and destressing vibes exuded to all the attendees. (Despite the bride and broom’s families turning out to be almost broke after it all end)

With word Mehendi comes an image of henna with it’s tangy but pleasant (for most, anyway!) smell, in mind. Though, it’s an event of exultation and joy when both the families gather dressed in hues of yellow and green. However, these days the color themes are much varied to suit the ongoing trends in the fashion domain.

Here we’ll be featuring some renowned Pakistani Designers that are always in trend because of their contemporary bridal couture and whom you should definitely consider before doing shopping for your Mehendi dresses.

Nomi Ansari

Nomi Ansari is one of the best and well-known fashion designers for the wedding and bridal apparels. His out-of-the-box ideas of designing and color coordination make him an authority for mehendi dresses.

The beautiful shades of canary, honey, mustard, and olive as the base, are mixed with the intricate designing in the motifs, and flower and animal patterns of beige, magenta, pink, rouge, and many more colors.

Ali Xeeshan

Another fashion designer known for his penchant for unique and creative bridal ensembles is Ali Xeeshan.

With the darker hues of shocking pink, mustard, and emerald and vivid green to playful shades of mint, taffy, and peach colors, the mehendi apparels from Ali Xeeshan’s collection exude our traditional values and regality of the Mughals.

Deepak Perwani

Active since 1994 in the fashion guild of Pakistan, Deepak Perwani has been a standard in itself for many. His bridal dresses are preferred by many of the Pakistani celebrities.

Despite the rage of ghararas this year, it seems lehanga and sharara are still the game. With the plum colored organza lehanga to bright yellow embroidered gharara, the craftsmanship of the designer is definitely evident.

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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