Which fabric is the best for my Pakistani bridal dress?
Out of all the fabric options available, below are the few widely used fabrics which add elegance ad royalty to every pakistani and indian bridal dresses:
1. Raw Silk
The most preferred fabric for lehenga cholis. Designers choose this fabric as every type of embroidery looks very elegant on raw silk and it adds that richness to the entire ensemble.
Organza is light, soft and transparent. It has a crisp finish and can be paired with shimmer lining underneath to make the entire outfit stand out. It is commonly used in the making of short shirts, paired with shararas or ghararas and designs gowns for Walima or reception.
Chiffon is a flowy fabric, preferably used in Pakistani formal wear or heavy embroidered dupattas. Because of how light-weight and balanced the fabric is, it is perfect for long gowns and Nikkah outfits.
Velvet is a soft and luxurious fabric. If your wedding is in winters, velvet should be your go-to fabric. Due to its rich texture, designers like Agha Noor, Sana Safinaaz, HSY and more consider it appropriate for Pakistani formal wear and other occasions.
Widely used for making dupattas, net fabric is very transparent and requires lining underneath it. It is usually used in making designer gowns and shirts paired with bottoms like shararas and ghararas.
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