The wedding season has begun, and how! From bridal outfits shopping to finalizing the venues and caterers, couples are all set to get married this year in a NEW way. And we aim to give you the best recommendations, trends and ideas always. So with the wedding around the corner, we have some suggestions for Muslim brides this time. Muslim brides are known as the epitome of traditions, beauty and culture. And if you have your Muslim Matrimonial soon, here are some outfit ideas that will inspire you to elevate your wedding style. Muslim brides are all about elegance and beauty, and these outfit ideas will definitely add more to their grace. So, read on to see what we have suggested for your big day.
Outfits Ideas Perfect For Your Muslim Matrimonial
Embellished Bridal Outfits
If you love bling, gold and sparkle, you must definitely try a heavily embellished sharara for Nikkah function or walima. The top of your gharara can be filled with details and work- while the bottom can be a bit simple so that the focus is on the work of your outfit overall. And if you don't want to wear a gharara, you can also opt for a Pakistani suit with heavy embroidery and detailing that will make you look like an absolute bride for your Muslim matrimonial. To ensure that your outfit is the show stopper, opt for light jewelry and makeup, and you are good to go.
Say Yes To Vintage
Some things never go out of style. No matter how old the design or pattern is, if it's classy, it's timeless and always stays in style. And for your Muslim matrimonial, you can opt for vintage designs and colors. From earthy-hued bridal outfits to shades of orange and green with ivory work on them, vintage aesthetics are traditional and perfect for the wedding. You can opt for a classic fuchsia pink sharara with rust embroidery on it and pair it with dull finish gold jewelry. It will not only make your outfit look like a statement piece, but will also give you the much-needed vintage charm.
White For The Win
Bollywood actress Gauhar Khan stole the show and our hearts when she adorned a beautiful white ensemble for her wedding. And if you are planning to wear something similar, let us tell you to go for it. White is back and how. So for your Muslim Matrimonial, you can opt for a white bridal lehenga with heavy gold detailing. Don't opt for a bright white color- look for a dull white the gold detailing will look fabulous. And if not gold detailing, you can also choose Lucknowi print, Chikankari print, experiment with Organza material, and much more. You can also ditch a ghagra and wear a heavy floor-length white gown for your wedding to look like an angel.
Golden work on the outfits is fine, but when it comes to the color gold, there's something that makes it so classy and royal. From shiny gold attires to pale gold wedding outfits, there are tons of varieties for you to choose from. You can opt for a heavy gold outfit with mirror work detailing on it or choose for ivory embroidery- there's nothing that can go wrong with gold color. In terms of your jewelry, opt for some more rubies, diamonds, and other precious jewels so that they sit well with the outfit. Again, you can opt for a Pakistani suit, a gown or ghagra- anything with a gold color will look fabulous.
Slay With Dull Finish
If you think bing is too much and don't want to opt for anything that's too gold, how about opting for an outfit with a dull finish? Dull finish jewelry is in style, and we are sure the outfit will look great too. You can opt for colors like brown, dark yellow, and beige and give it a nice look with ivory or rust gold embroidery. The base of your makeup can also be on the brown side so that it helps you achieve that perfect look. A ghagra or gharara will look the best in dull colors for your Muslim matrimonial, so don’t shy away from opting for that.
A wedding is the most joyous occasion of the bride's life. And to ensure that you look like a diva on your big day, wear something traditional, bling, and something that makes you feel you. Your Muslim matrimonial is all about celebrating your love, so ensure that you wear something comfortable for your functions. On that note, what do you think looks more good on a Muslim bride, Gharara or Ghagra? We would love to know your thoughts in the comments below. And if you have any outfit suggestions, mention that as well.