Just steal some outfit ideas from these hotties to look no less than a celebrity yourself.
Mawra Hocane dressed up no less than a bride on her sister Urwa’s wedding. The fully worked red lengha choli was complemented with ostentatious jewellery including a jhoomar.
Maya Ali gives pure girly vibes in this three tone lengha choli. She keeps the rest of the look minimal with barely there makeup and zero jewellery.
Mahira had our heart when she donned this beautiful Mahgul number. This outfit is perfect for a small mehndi night or a grand dholki.
Mawra and Urwa
Mawra and Urwa wore gold brocade lowers with heavily embellished shirts looking quite cute. Take cue girls.
This flamboyant indigo outfit on Alizeh Gabol is a head turner for sure.
Complementing white lowers with embellished rose pink shirts gives a soft cool vibe perfect for a day wedding.
Alizeh Gabol rocks this stunning Elan peplum dress at a day wedding. She perfects the look with killer shades, knockout heels and a stunning bracelet.
Maya Ali in this red peplum proves you don’t have to be a bride to wear red.
Two dupattas conjoined and worn over a plain outfit; a winner!
A plain black anarkali is revived with a traditional dupatta and this ethnic choker.
Love this shade of pink on Amna Ilyas. Net, embellishments, gharara pants and delicate choker: Check! Check! Check!
Move over new trends. We always have a thing or two to learn from Ayesha Noon. She brings back vintage glam here. With a worked shalwar and heavily worked dupatta. My mom’s trunk, here I come!
All white and layered; the perfect look for a dholki or bridal shower.