With our calendars reaching the last quarter of the year, fall’s wedding season is almost here and so is the preparation for wedding trousseaus. In connection, Zainab Chottani has come up with an exquisite unstitched line – Jamdani Wedding Festive – which is an ode to timeless elegance and extravagant attire that’s suited for regal festivities. Inspired by Lahore Fort’s iconic Hazuri Bagh and the celebrated Baradari in the middle, her collection has refined ensembles, based on a carefully selected color palette comprising varying shades of rich reds, deep tones and poetic pinks.
What makes the collection exclusive for festive occasions is the use of rich fabrics like lush silks, net and airy organza with accents of glaring gold and silver threads woven finely. In addition to it, it is bejeweled and embroidered to create striking looks.
Here is a list of 5 perennial trends that we loved in Zainab’s Jamdani Wedding Festive range:
A winning combo: black & gold
No color palette is more striking and sophisticated than black paired with gold. The luxurious blend is a must-have in everyone’s wardrobe. However, the classic duet form a glam look when black is used as the main shade while gold is just an accent hue. You can also add hints of neon for a pop of color.
The trend of using sheer fabric is adventurous. It lets you highlight your best features, thanks to strategically placed windows that offer suggestive glimpses of skin while keeping you fully clothed in traditional attire. This powder blue number has an illusionist approach, paired with a chiffon jamdani dupatta and net detailing, making it very now and very wow.
Femininity and refinement combined, this blush pink hue is spring/summer’s favorite color. The nude shade sets the mood right for a dazzling day look that can easily be transformed into a night look with the addition of right accessories.
Bold and beautiful, this pairing of a rusty orange with bright pink is color contrasts done right. With boti work all over the shirt and a dupatta in complementing green tone, this garment can be styled in different ways. You can opt for a gharara if you need a vintage look or style it with straight pants for a contemporary appeal.
Fit for a queen
Red and gold is a no brainer for wedding season, but Zainab’s feisty deep red numbers are definite head-turners. Add a touch of sparkle with a mang tikka, matha patti, choker or jhumkas and you will ready to ring in the new beginning in style.
Pre-booking for Zainab Chottani’s Jamdani collection has started from 5th October and it will launch nationwide on 21st October. So don’t forget to book your favourite outfits before they are out of stock!