Pakistani weddings are known to be vibrant and elaborate. The week-long shenanigans from Mehndi to Maayun to Dholki to Nikah, Barat, and Valima, every event is packed full of colors, traditions, and happiness. Most of the weddings in Pakistan take place in the colder weather that starts in November and ends around February. People wear traditional festive clothes to attend the wedding especially the close family members. Pakistani wedding wear or formal wear is usually quite heavy and made of feminine and elegant fabrics like chiffon, silk, tissue, and organza.
Chiffon is one of the most popular options when it comes to wedding wear in Pakistan. Women and girls of all age groups love the fall and texture of Chiffon along with the luxurious appearance of the fabric. It is lightweight and can be styled in different ways. It can support heavy embroidery, different kinds of embellishments, and laces which makes it the ideal fabric for fancy wedding dresses. Apart from the guests, most brides also opt for Chiffon bridal dresses as this fabric looks feminine, chic, and is quite affordable in Pakistan compared to other luxurious fabrics used in the making of Bridal dresses.
The formal party and wedding dresses in Pakistan are usually made up of Chiffon in light and elegant colors. With shiny laces, metal thread embroidery, silk thread embroidery, tassels, fringe, beads, and stones, these chiffon dresses are embellished for festive occasions. There are different categories of Chiffon dresses 2021 available in the market, some are heavy and some are light to be worn in accordance with the type of party you are attending. Silhouettes and cuts like Anarkali, peplums, A-line shirts, Dhaka trousers, maxi dresses, and angrakha are trending styles for chiffon dresses in 2021.
Most women who don’t want to carry a lot of heavy fabrics choose Chiffon to be the main fabric of their bridal dress. Most bridal dresses in Pakistan that are made up of chiffon usually come with silk, crepe, or jamawar lining. Zari and aari embroidery, kora and dabka work, sequins, beads, gemstones, chhan, Mukaish, and gota work are used to embellish the dress of the bride. These embroideries and embellishments are quite heavy which are perfectly supported by the chiffon fabric. The chiffon bridal dupattas that often double as veils as well are bordered with banarsi fabric and dangling beads to create a beautiful drape. Style yourself in Chiffon Party & Wedding Dresses this festive season!