Faiza Saqlain is one such brand that has become a fashion dynamo in the Pakistani Fashion Industry over the years, and is synonymous to luxury, tradition and elegance infused with fine craftsmanship in their silhouettes, with a national and global éclat.

From glowing brides to our gorgeous leading ladies like Ayeza Khan, Hareem Farooq, Naimal Khawar, Iqra Aziz, Minal Khan, to name a few, and Influencers, Faiza Saqlain has styled these reigning queens of our industry. However, her forever muse, Maya Ali who has been associated with the brand Faiza Saqlain for a while now gave the papps a frenzy into the bridal galore behind this fabulous designers work at her brother’s wedding.

So, here’s a look into the outfits that Maya Ali wore in collaboration with Faiza Saqlain for the wedding festivities.


To begin the wedding celebrations, Maya Ali set the tone with a deep blue Pishwas made with Korean Raw Silk, that had tilla embroidery on the shirt and pants. And paired it with a banarsi dupatta and viscous churi daar pajama.


For Qawali Night, Maya Ali looked ethereal in a flowing Pishwas made from Korean Raw Silk that was adorned with detailed dapka work and the indigenous tilla on the sleeves. The puff sleeves added some old world charm to her over all look, which was paired with an organza dupatta and viscous churi daar pajama.


For her brother’s Mayun, Maya Ali turned back time by flaunting the quintessential and traditional look of the girl-next-door in an olive green Karandi shirt that was paired with a Raw Silk shalwar with detailing of tilla work and net dupatta.


To ring the festivities with Shendi, Maya gave us major bridal inspiration with a lehnga-choli that was a work of art. Made with Korean Raw Silk, net sleeves and a net dupatta, the lehnga was infused with resham, tilla and fine gotta work, whereas the choli was embellished with pearls, sequins, and gotta handwork. The craftsman of the ensemble was impeccable.


After going on a colour spree, Maya looked like a vision in a white net Sari and paired it with a shamoz silk blouse that was adorned with pearls, resham and tilla work, keeping up with the modern and traditional vibes.

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Written by Faryal Syed
Asst Editor. Blogger. Enthusiast.