Confused about what to wear to your BFF’s wedding this season? Fear not, we’ve got your wardrobe options covered. From elaborate embroidered to handcrafted outfits, anarkali’s in fun prints worn with trendy combinations to chic lace and dreamy organza creations, Nausheen Shah pulls off varied ethnic ensembles like no other! If you’re looking for style inspiration from this diva, scroll through her ethnic look book right away.
Mint Green Bonanza
The beautiful mint green number transitioning silver zardoze work, detailed with laces is gorgeous to the hilt. It’s not just flaunted perfectly by the actress but the custom-made ruffled lehenga by Nadia Farooqui is simply flawless. The regal hand worked Meysuri Dupatta is sure to give you the ‘Malka’ (Princess) feels. The outfit binds it all together, and is truly an inspiration for all the women out there who are to attend a wedding this season.
I am personally, truly in love with this Kameez gharara that has been designed by Yasmeen Jiwa. The detailed work is her forte, the subtle golden amour ensemble is pleasing to eyes and Shah divulges elegance with her powerful presence. She snubs the jewelry letting her dupatta do the talking. If you are the bride’s sister or groom’s sister then you can be a bit jazzier but don’t try to overshadow the groom or the bride himself/ herself. That is just unfair, right?
Blooming in Colors
This digital multi-color Anarkali Peshwas is like a magical outfit that looks lovely on any body type. Nausheen’s outfit by Wardha Saleem features Chand Bala and floral motifs. It has heavy hand embroidery with Zardoze and applique work. The intricate piece is designed in such a way that it gives a vision of blooming colors perfect for the festive season. Wear a pearl tika and elegant jhumkas and you are set. A perfect classy look indeed!
Keeping it simple and elegant, the lam’e gharara with chatapati jamavar border by Deepak Perwani is a feast for the eyes. We can’t take our eyes off the organza paneled shirt with detailed gotta, zardoze and mirror work. Nausheen pairs it up with just a heavy choker and ties her tresses in a neat bun. We totally dig this outfit. It’s an amazing choice to make everyone go oh-so-gorgeous at the wedding.
Shah looks effortlessly fun and vibrant in this Hussain Rehar’s long frock. This pink ensemble with a sheer dupatta is all you need to look Mehndi-ready. The golden embroidery on the outfit gives it a touch of ethnic extravaganza. It’s the gorgeous tikka that does the trick of painting the picture-perfect.
Which Nausheen Shah’s outfit will be you be warning in the next wedding you attend? Let us know in the comment sections below.