The whole world may be divided by borders and LOCs, but it is united by fashion. From Punjabi’s Bhangra to Gujaratis Garba, when Shaadi season begins, we all enjoy being part of each other’s happiness. While we feast on delicious delicacies from different cultures and enjoy the wedding, our eyes are always on the bride.
Over the years wedding fashion has evolved and now brides are choosing their dream ensembles. They forego the usual lehengas and wear what they love most. From pretty pastels to shararas and saris, they wear what they really like. And sometimes, just like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, they prefer that the track of the dress be very long. We recently saw a bride from across the border wearing a giant red lehenga for her D-Day and everyone was amazed.
Meet this gorgeous Pakistani bride who carried a 100kg lehenga and we can’t imagine how she carried it. In the pictures that are trending on the internet, we saw that the bride’s lehenga skirt covered the entire stage and went all the way down to the stairs. Her outfit had beautiful hand embroidery all over it. She had given her look a Maang Teeka and a red neck part.
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While everything seems perfect, we wonder how she got up after the photo session and greeted all the guests! Anyway, her groom kept his look subtle with a gold sherwani and maroon turban.
The images of the bride’s lehenga immediately went viral. While some loved the way it looked, others called it a little too much. One of the users wrote on Twitter: “Samaj nahi arahi …! Is it the bride who wears the lehnga or the lehnga who wears the bride !!?”
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The other wrote: “If your father is so rich that you don’t know how to spend money on a #wedding, then you spend everything on your #lehenga.”
The story goes on
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Cover and images courtesy of: Twitter