Tena Durrani is a very famous and well-known name in the Pakistani Fashion Industry. She pays a lot of attention and puts her all efforts into her work. Different types of dresses are designed for various events and functions of a wedding ceremony in the Tena Durrani bridal collection.
Tena is a versatile designer who joined the fashion industry a few years back, and every dress designed by her is a unique and divine piece of art. Many different types of wear and collections are created by this designer ranging from formals to semi-formals to bridal collection.
Using the peculiar work of stones, tilla, and beads, the Tena Durrani brand launched some very eccentric bridal dresses collection. The best kind of these collections is the bridal collection, as the bridal dresses are the best way of judging the fashion sense of a designer.
Tena Durrani Bridal Lehengas and Gowns Collection
Tena Durrani Wedding Collection comprises various lehengas, Anarkali frocks, and open shirts for mehndi, barat, and reception function. The best thing about bridal wear is the color of each dress in a bridal collection. Tena Durrani has beautifully assembled sheer class and vintage look with modern and trendy diversity.
This Pakistani designer sure knows how to keep all her customers amazed and exotic from her masterpieces. It is recognized worldwide for a unique and innovative collection of dresses that came under this designer’s name. The main focus is on material, color, and embroidery. A large number of styles and designs can be made by varying these three things. Let’s have a glance at these jaw-dropping Pakistani wedding dresses for brides.
Tena Durrani Mehndi Dresses
The colors for bridal mehndi dresses are yellow, green, and orange and for barat are mostly deep red and maroon contrasted with ivory and beige. Colors included for sunny days are soft tones of gray, sky blue, tea pink, and silver.
Meysuri Dresses with Colorful Organza Dupatta
Gold full sleeves shirt with all over colorful french knot floral bootis. Worked neckline using dabka, nakshi, sequin, stone and hand worked resham. Scalloped chatta patti damaan is heavily worked using crystals, dabka, nakshi and floral resham motifs. Sleeves have all over floral knots, with worked cuffs and scalloped edging. Lehnga has vertical lines of sequin and bead work running through, and lehnga hem is embroidered with dabka, nakshi, crystals and resham with an appliqued border. It has scalloped edging at the bottom. Attached cancan. Paired with a multicolored chatta patti dupatta, with multi sized kamdani lines and four sided embroidered appliquéd boirders.
Made on net fabric, lined with hundred percent cotton silk. Embroided with dabka, nakshi, Swarovski, sequins, Resham appliques, and beads. Pearl finishing on the sleeves and on the daman. With an open back and handmade tassels. Made on organza fabric, lined with a hundred percent pure silver shimmer net. With a multi-colored Kashmiri work in a floral jaal pattern in thread work all over the lehenga. Embellished with sequins, Swarovski, and Katt daana. Made on organza fabric, in an ombre dying. Kamdani and sequins chann with border made from Gresham, tilla, sequins, and dabka in a floral pattern.
Tena Durrani Bridal Barat Dresses Collection
Brides usually these days prefer the heavy dress on their barat wedding ceremony with long shirts and farshi ghararas or lehengas with massive flares. The longtail maxi dresses also seem awe-inspiring on wedding days. Tena Durrani has kept the demand and desires of brides to be and has made designs according to it.
There is intricate embroidery embellished with beads, pearls, and tilla work on the border of the lehenga, which creates a heavenly and breathtaking look. The neck of the shirt and the shirt’s edge have sufficient embroidery details, and the look is further enhanced by the use of sequins, crystals, and nakshi. This creates a very glamorous and glitzy bridal barat dress. Shirts are either long A-line or front open with contrasting colors on the hemline.
Plum Velvet Lehenga choli
Plum color velvet choli with elbow-length sleeves, worked with all over sequin jaal and floral dabka, and french knot jaal on the neckline. Sequin bead border on the sleeves and neckline (front and back). Velvet lehenga embellished with motifs of Resham, stones, dabka, nakshi all over motifs and a hand-worked appliquéd border with tissue finishing. Attached cancan. Dupatta with all over sequin flower chan and hand-worked borders alongside scalloped edging and tissue finishing.
Golden Lehenga Choli
Dull gold choli embroidered with hues of lilac and blue, with fully embroidered sleeves and velvet appliquéd on the neckline, worked using dabka, nakshi, sequins, cutdana, crystals and stones. Sleeves have a tissue embroidered appliqué insert. Dull gold lehnga with vertical lines of colorful sequins work running through, with a heavily worked floral border and embroidered appliqués. Attached cancan. Paired with a dupatta with sequin and pearl chan, flower motif spray and four sided borders with scalloped edges.
Tena Durrani Walima Dresses Collection
On walima day, brides prefer soft tones to look more elegant. Tena Durrani’s bride collection has some fantastic and divine masterpieces for the walima look. She has carefully infused the embroidery and tilla work creating a glitzy and glamorous look. She has also accessorized the look by adding a belt to the waistline. Belts are fancy and stylish that give a proper shape to the dress and add a trendy look.
Dusty Bloom Walima Dress
Farshi Lehenga with Ivory Straight Shirt
Ivory straight shirt has embellished full sleeves detailed with ornamental tassels. Net applique detailing on the shirts back embellished neckline. Farshi lehnga is color blocked with apple green brocade at the top and peach katan silk at the bottom, embellished with floral bootis, and magenta velvet embellished borders. Pale gold silver dupatta with hand worked borders on all four sides with chan.
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Tena Durrani bridal wear collection emphasizes the gown style shirt in various styles on lehengas. The embroidery work is enhanced by the use of studs and beads and diamonds and pearls. Ordinary thread work is significantly less common in wedding dresses, but beads and studs are mostly used with copper and silver thread work, which adds a lot of grace to the dress.
Tena Durrani’s latest bridal collection proves to be beneficial for all the brides-to-be looking for innovative, classy, and stylish looks for their big day. All those ladies do not have to worry about their dress for their wedding day because Tena Durrani is a solution to all your problems. Visit their outlet for more details.