Forget red. The contemporary bride is willing to experiment and we found the perfect example in accessory designer Mahin Hussain, who chose to order an unusual gold ensemble from Sadaf Malaterre. Malaterre is an unusual choice for a bridal, as the designer is best known for her western, chic aesthetic. She has always taken pride in not taking the commercial route to monetary success, instead sticking to her casual, Bohemian signature that she does best.
Well it takes one artist to appreciate the other and in this case Mahin Hussain opted for the unconventional Sadaf Malaterre bridal to wear to her wedding.
The front of this paneled shirt was embroidered with tiny gold glass beads and gold sequins in two different sizes, with Â the effect of three different shimmers sparkling up the bride. The outfit was completed with white wide legged trousers.
“It was fun to wear,” a delighted Hussain says. “I didn’t feel overwhelmed or weighed down at all. It shimmered through the evening and people kept touching the sequins out of curiosity. It was very interesting.”
Watch this space tomorrow for Mahin’s fabulous Made in Pakistan limited edition collection of totes and clutches. We most definitely ‘Likey!” 🙂