A wedding is one of the most auspicious days in anyone’s entire life. A bucket of so many small rituals, dresses, destinations, food, lights, and much more. The mixture of cultural traditions with some modern touch is a new way of celebrating weddings. In all traditions, it is a ritual that every female covers their head. Likewise, in the Middle East women wear hijab or even a dupatta.
It has been observed that mostly their dresses are made of stonework, threadwork, embroidery, sequins, etc. Although wedding dresses are thought to be bright shades, it doesn’t mean they can’t be worn in any other shade.
With the lifestyle change, bridal dresses have undergone a lot of change. Some of the latest trends for weddings are:
Kurti With Mughal Lehenga Style
Step out from traditional wear to a modern style. In many communities wearing a blouse may not be suitable but you can go for a Kurti. Heavy embellished short Kurtis paired with a lehenga skirt and a dupatta look exceptionally gorgeous. Although it might look more like a sharara and kurta still it is way different.
The oldest and the prettiest dress lovable by everyone. Although they are very easy to wear along with that they come with a lot of hustle, as their dupattas are very heavy and along with that a separate head covering is also needed. Especially of this is that they vary with beautiful zardozi, embroidery, zari work, and many more. A perfect blend of traditional wear with a slight modish look.
Subtle Bridal Dress
If you are tired of wearing bright-colored clothes and want something subtle. Go for a white bridal dress, it will give you an elegant look. These days wearing gowns on the big day is very much in trend. Not only this but Anarkali-style dresses have also received a lot of love, with heavy embellishments and in many other pastel shades. These shades are perfect for day weddings, and if you want it for evening wear just add some sparkle to it with sequins.
Heavy Kurti And Sharara
You might have seen bridal wear they all are crafted heavy. These days stonework such as pearls, beads, and stones are appreciated by most brides. It gives a graceful look the only disadvantage of this is that they are very heavy.
What Colour do Arab brides wear?
No compulsion is there that you have to wear a particular color. From pastel shades such as off-white, peach, and pink to bright colors of red, green, and blue. Any color can be worn.
What is the estimated cost of a wedding dress in Dubai?
Mostly it costs between 10,000 AED to 300,000 AED. But it depends on you what design you want or whether it should be heavy or light in weight.
What are Arab wedding dresses called?
There is no such name given to them but there are some patterns that are in trend. For instance, sharara, Kurti, gowns, Anarkali, and much more.
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