Mayun marks the significance of our traditional eastern rituals and wedding customs. This day is celebrated to amplify the beauty of a bride to be, before her big day. Splashes of yellow, green and orange set up a refreshing and ravishing theme. So does the dress of a bride has to be. It should be simple and elegant with the hints of bracing hues. What designs to wear? What sort of combinations and contrast has to be kept in mind while opting for a Mayun dress? Which cuts will perfectly suit your makeover? These questions are must hover over mind during your wedding days. But here is good news for you all. We have narrowed down the top trending styles and trends that will make your Mayun outlook entirely unique and distinctive.
A bride in a mayun rasam.
The trends for Mayun dresses and designs for the year 2016-2017 are much more than just being striking and eye-captivating. The emerging trends are going to provide you the world full of choices, where you can opt for lehenga or frock or shirts with trousers. The form of the dress depends on entirely on the nature of the event. For a fancy celebration, the dress also has to be up to the mark with heavier embellishments and adornments whereas on the lighter you can keep it simple too. What do you need to understand what looks good on you? The answer to this will lead you in the right direction.
Mayun Bridals Makeup Looks & Dresses Designs & Trends Collection 2016-17
From the selection of the latest bridal collections, the trend shifted towards the use of lehenga cholis, with the cholis crafted in the monochromatic style where the lehengas are sparked with loads of colors into one. Dupattas are also crafted in monochrome to keep up the balance of the dazzling colors. The embellishments are created through the work of tilla, dabka, zardozi, pearls, stones, Kundan and gota. Another variant that evolved these days is the garara styled mayun dress with the amalgamations of the modern touch. It usually carries the work of gota and lace work over the shirt, Dupattas and the over the knee band of the gharara.
Aiza Khan the famous Pakistan actress and model during her mayun event at her parents home
Frocks also never got out of the use. Still plenty of the girls prefer to wear them for the ease and comfort it provides. Angarkha frocks, multi-layered frocks, flared frocks in yellow, orange, rust, pink and combination of all can be used. Lime yellow coupled with green is the most loved tone of hues for a Mayun dress. Eminent designers of Pakistan also brought these colors over the ramp and into the spotlight. Where the work in copper, beige or gold is seen in delicate patterns over the base fabric in chiffon. Motifs over the borders, fine ones scattered over the front and back of the shirt and heavier ones over the sleeves give the fine outlook. The border of the dupattas is specially adorned with heavy embellishments. Use of Jamawar in the dresses is also getting common and loved by girls of all ages. Down below are some of the latest designs merged into an exclusive Mayun Bridal dresses.
Mayun Makeup Looks:
Sharing the hottest as well as simple mayon bride’s makeup looks. Mostly brides keep that event simple while some go for a smooth makeup. If you’re going to be a bride soon, then have a look at them. I hope this will help you.
Mayun Dressing Trends:
The dresses trends change from year to year, but some traditions keep the same or repeat themselves. Yes! same here the old yellow and orange color themes for mayon will remain the same still here in this year. Here we are posting the mayun bridal dresses from various designers and brands of Pakistan, Indian, and other South Asian countries. We have randomly selected the best outfits to match your desire and needs. Hope you will love them and give a nice feedback.
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