This Trending Green Hue Is Our Brides’ Top Choice This Season

Every bride prepares to look the best on their wedding day. It is after all, a life-changing event. Looking the best version of themselves means they decide the dresses they are going to wear at the day of the wedding, book a makeup artist that doesn’t overpower the bride’s features with too much makeup, look for the perfect shoes, find the perfect jewelry and so on. It is one hectic job but the result makes every stressful day worth it. Wedding dresses, specifically, has a successful market in the wedding industry. There are a lot of Pakistani designers who make beautiful wedding clothes, filled with colors and gorgeous embroidery work. Over the period, specific colors have been fixed to certain events that the brides wear only on that day. Red for barat, gold or silver for valima, yellow for mehendi. While they present a beautiful wedding tradition, many bridal designers have come up with bridal dresses that are breaking stereotypes. A lot of Pakistani brides wore black at their Valima; many went for pink on their barat and some opted for purple at their mehendi. Not only is that impressive, but a sight to cherish too. In all the colours, green is one that is slowly and gradually making its way to the wedding ceremony as a lone standout colour. Many Pakistani wedding designers are coming up with different shades of green for mehendi, nikah, engagement and even Valima. It is, to make it clear, a trending hue this wedding season. Let’s have a look at some of the dresses by Pakistani designers showcasing green for weddings:

This enchanting outfit by Faraz Manan is a perfect fit for Valima and Barat if you have the guts to do so. Its tea green choli is matched with pink border, designed intricately with beautiful kora dabka work.

Lajwanti presented a fabulous collection in this year’s PLBW and this emerald green dress definitely stood out. The beautiful emerald green colour is a winner at whichever event you decide to wear it.

Another one of the beautiful creations of Faraz Manan. A teal green sari with scalloped broder dupatta that makes up slove the dress even more.

The magician, Ali Xeeshan incorporates different colours with green but still manages to make the green stand out from the crowd. The gorgeous dupatta and work do noon the sleeves is what we all dream of.

This shade of green is what refreshes the eyes. The beautiful lehenga is matched with heavy worked up peplum and is a sight for the eyes!

This gorgeous green Sabyasachilehenga just takes your breath away! Imagine a bride in this at her mehendi!

Pakistani wedding designers have immense talent. Everywhere you see there is some amazing work being done. Every year, a particular hue gets the limelight and rightly so, because green this year is not only refreshing but a good change from the traditional colours that we all love and wear occasionally.

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