Wedding Dresses: LAAM’S ultimate guide for the upcoming wedding season

Once you receive that save the date card for your friend or relative’s big fat destination wedding or an intimate wedding, it’s time to find the perfect outfit for you. In the last few decades, wedding seasons are becoming a huge deal in Pakistan, and we’re not complaining. From dramatic, heavily embroidered lehengas to simple shalwar kameez adorned with embellished shawls, wedding style is different for each individual and speaks one’s personality. Wedding dress shopping can be quite stressful with so many options, it is difficult to find your style that will get you all the compliments but also won’t take the attention away from the bride.

There are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for wedding dresses, such as the weather, the theme, your budget, and the style. Also, when attending a wedding, keep in mind if it’s a grand occasion or an intimate one, as well as what you’ll be doing. Colors and styles can vary according to the function. For a sangeet you should wear bright tones with gota or dabka embroidery on the lehenga or shalwar kameez. If it’s a nikkah ceremony, choose subtle colors and either a gown or a gharara or sharara. Additionally, a saree or gown will look great for a daytime valima ceremony if you’re going with a pastel palette.

Now you must be wondering which brand you should go for according to your style with so many options. There are so many brands catering to luxury pret and formals, but each of them has its unique style. If you want to steal the spotlight at every event you attend then Ali Xeeshan is the right choice for you. Zara Shahjahan, however, would be the perfect match for someone who has an old soul and likes to remain classy yet vintage. Similarly, if you’re trendy and love the bold and edgy cuts, then Hussain Rehar will do the magic for you. Every designer has a unique style, and some produce specific items, such as Faiza Saqlain is known for her pishwas normally worn on Barat day, and Mohsin Naveed Ranjha for his ghararas for nikkah ceremonies.

Budget is a big issue when shopping for formals and luxury prets. The challenge is to remain on budget while still looking stylish and chic. Some brands offer beautiful products at a relatively affordable price. Mushq and Suffuse offer alluring outfits with crystals and Swarovski embellishments with a unique color palette. Vanya also offers ready-to-wear luxury pret that features kaftans, gowns, and long shirts. If you want to wear something with a traditional silhouette and heavy embroidery, you should go for Kanwal Malik.

The amount of choices available among designers can make wedding shopping a nightmare since it’s difficult to choose from favorite collections while staying within a budget. It can also be difficult to find the right style that makes you feel comfortable and stylish at the same time. LAAM carries more than 600 brands of designer dresses, so you can find the perfect outfit that fits your needs. Just login to our website and apply the filters it would show you the options you could choose from.

In addition, we have created a special wedding store category where all our luxury and couture brands are listed. We offer a wide variety of ghararas, shararas, lehengas, and gowns. Additionally, we have categories for occasions such as sangeet, Mehendi, Barat, and valima, and we offer worldwide shipping so you don’t have to worry about dress shopping if you’re not in Pakistan. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the wedding season with LAAM.

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