[tps_header]Yup, it is official. Winters are finally here and with it rolls in the much anticipated (or dreaded, depends on your take on weddings, I am much of a glass-half full typa gal myself!) wedding season. Pakistani wedding trends are a slippery slope. Only because there are way too many options and honestly most people in Pakistan have no better way to party than their full participation in their khala’s daughter’s, best friend’s sister’s wedding. But you can’t blame them, can you? Coming back to the point; too many options! The thought that every one must dress like a mini-bride herself has gotten waayyyyyy out of hand. So after much thought and contemplation, Team SiddySays is brining you the top Pakistani Wedding Trends that should die (only because we love you and don’t want to see you suffer!)[/tps_header]
We have seen it, worn it, breathed it, made it, dreamt of it and so much more. But now it is time to cut that cord. There are numerous other stunning cuts that you can go for such as ghararas and shararas. If you insist on wearing a lehnga, then you can opt for a peplum over it like Saira Shakira showcased this PLBW or even play it safe by wearing a long gown over a lehnga as done by Sania Maskatiya this season. Whatever you do, stay away from the lehnga choli.