Fall/Winter Bridal Trends 2018

  • 28 Jul - 03 Aug, 2018
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Fashion

The wedding season is upon us, bringing with it the meritorious air of celebrations, joy, colour and festivity. It is the time when the bespoke bridal attires speak for us, as we submerge ourselves into the festive events of the nuptials that are to unfold. 


Who knew fabric layering could work so well in calling to a nostalgic vintage-rich trend? Long, heavily embellished front with stone and beads remain the centre of attention with red, gold-woven bottoms playing peek-a-boo from under the heavy upper garb. Paired with bespoke dupatta, the ensemble is perfect for making a statement at your celebratory affairs.

Voguish nudes

This bridal season is all about playing with the nudes. A heavily handcrafted and embellished kameez with a beaded cold shoulder, paired with matching gharara pants are in vogue. A plain net dupatta with woven, embellished borders, completes this eastern savvy look. The hints and peeks of light pink and emerald pair well against a nude-washed background.

Intricate details

Perfect for the mehndi you’re all set to attend, the intricately done gota work on the kameez and shalwar gives off the ideal mehndi vibes and the haute pink dupatta perfectly blends well with the festive bridal look. It’s all about colours during the ongoing shaadi season.

Sartorial royalty

Teal and gold is the new black and white. See how well the two hues blend together and radiate royalty in this grand sartorial piece. The zari, tilla and dabka bedeck the jacket’s awe-inspiring side panels, while a block-printed lining peeks out of its centre slit.

Gota galore

For the fans of 80s’ Pakistani fashion, gota is here to light your wedding preps. As seen on this look, the broad gota border adds the much-needed old school bridal vibes to the entire silhoutte. Paired with blue-coloured jamawar pant, the beige shirt and orange dupatta makes for a winning combo!

Crystals, stones & embellishments

This nude-washed ensemble studded with heavy crystal stones on the neckline and sleeves, with a galaxy of silver embellishments on the bottom, make for coveted pick for a sparkling evening. Under the glare of lightening, the attire will wink blinding sparkles to light up any event you wear it to. The ensemble speaks for itself with make-up being minimal glam; mute nude lip colour, simple eyes and hair pulled back in chignon should suffice. To add more drama, let down your mane and choose a brighter hue for the lips.

Elegance personified

This heavily embellished lehnga is the epitome of elegance. Intricate embroidery on the blouse and the grey monotone hue give off the not-so-traditional-bride vibes. If you’re one to steer clear of conventional bridal hues, this is the one to go for!

Eastern regalia

Nude, beige and fabric layering too old-school and mature for your taste? Let festivity, bright colours and eastern regalia swing you with this tangerine attire. The bodice is profoundly hand-crafted with gold and trailing crafted lines of embellishments falling perpendicular to the hemline. An aligned cluster of gold embraidery covers the flowing silhouette. The bespoke red and green border bestows the attire its old-wave charm.