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Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Pakistani Designer Bridal Dresses Collection 2019

Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Pakistani Designer Bridal Dresses Collection 2019

There are quite a few names in the fashion industry of Pakistan. Who have made their mark both for the Bridal wear and the Groom swear. MNR or Mohsin Naveed Ranjha design studio is one such name. Which has set its precedent through its quality work and unique styling. For years, Ranjha has been hailing the world of menswear and earned a great repute. And in recent years. The man with great aesthetic have stepped its feet further ahead and launched a number of collections for women.  The focus was largely on the bridal couture and the fancy party or formal wears. Working from the heart of the Pakistan, Lahore, the outlet remains full of gleaming dresses and sparkling hues around the year. Each year they evolve to bring novelty to the existing trends, and that is evident if you experience a glance of their collection. Here we’re sharing the journey of this great artist Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Pakistani Designer Dresses.

From fashion divas to television celebrities, everyone is Ranjha’s fan and why not so. This label has been providing a great many masterpieces for all sorts of events. Whether it’s the couture for the famous “billo” couture for Hareem Farooq or the Urwa Hocane, appearing in traditional styling in the movie Rangreza, the MNR label is everywhere to shine the brightest colors and the shimmering embellishments. The details and the intricacy of the apparels are exquisite. You might be familiar with most of his works if you follow all the fashion shows or bridal couture in Pakistan, as his work always takes center stage in all. 

Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Pakistani Designer Bridal Dresses Collection 2019

About this time of the year, the preparation for the wedding season gets to a see a full moon, and everyone is seen busy shopping for the nicely embellished dresses for all the wedding events. And Ranjha studios is the first place to seek for inspiring outfits and suitable couture. How exactly, one may ask. Well for one reason, this clothing label provides you complete variety regarding the events. Moreover, you get to experience both the traditional outlook and the modern one. If fully embroidered lehengas are their one specialty, then the nicely crafted maxis are the other. The work of the designer is quite synonymous with innovation. You would never need to care for the trend, as the label sets the trend itself. All you should worry about is the selection of the palette, favorite cuts and stitches and MNR will do rest for you.

Before delving deeper into the world of exotic style, it is important to understand the division of the latest collection by Mohsin Naveed Ranjha. The latest MNR collection for womenswear is offering three different types of dressing styles. First is the MNR couture, which is exclusively styled by the label and came under the spotlight through all the recent Fashion walks and magazines. Formals are also the part of MNR‘s extensive collection which are specially designed to meet the needs for party wears. Lightly embroidered with soft and mellow colors these formals are effeminate to the core. Here we will also discuss some ideas and designs which are carried out by real brides to give to some real sense of inspiration and admiration for the brand. Let’s have a look.

Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Pakistani Barat Brides:

There are many viable options available in the bridal couture, and each design is more appealing than the rest. The collection is a mix of ongoing current trends which includes, crop tops with skirt lehenga, bell bottoms with peplums, and long shirts with sharara and mermaid bridal lehengas. Each masterpiece is adorned with embroideries in a monochromatic scheme, meaning the beige dress is covered with soft and fusing embroideries in the same shades, and same goes with graphite or other shades. The red dresses are however an exception to this as those are embellished with the contrasting shades of ivory to spark a pretty contrast. 

mohsin naveed ranjha pakistani designer bridal dress

Mohsin Naveed Ranjha Mehndi Brides/ Bridal Dresses:

When you look deeply into the details of the dresses, there is also a variation in the fabrics used. Some lehengas are crafted using light velvet; other makes good use of silk satin, brocade, chiffon, and georgette. Let’s break down the use of embellishments on the dresses. The magnificent dabka, zari, and zardozi work are most to be found on the apparels. The entire length of the shirts and the lehengas are embellished using their combination. Ivory thread work or use of pearl and cutwork was also used to spark the base colors.Then moving on to the pretty mermaid lehenga which gives a bride a nice fit and volume down at the bottom with the use of a number of prominent flares. The vividness of the colors of this lehenga makes it a perfect Barat outfit for the bride. Since the dresses are themselves heavy and filling, the use of extra loaded jewelry becomes much less.

Celebrities Diaries & Fashion:

While discussing the exuberant collection, it is important to highlight the celebrities who love to wear moshin naveed ranjha‘s outfits. Itssignature gararas, pishwas, frocks, salwar kameez etc. These are not fully embroidered or heavily loaded rather they are adorned with fine lacework in contrasting shades. The volume is much desired, and the drapes and fall give the dress an amazing outlook. Check out the beautiful attires posted below and get inspired by the latest formal designs. You can also get the Eid inspiration from these suits.

FORMALS & PARTY WEAR DRESSES: 

When it comes to formal dressing, there are hundreds of possible combinations which you can try. But only we want the best of the best to suit the occasion. MNR studios, keeping in consideration the ongoing trends, season and demand, produces a line of well-suited apparels which are perfect for all sorts of celebration. Whether you are a lehenga lover or crop tops, or trousers with a peplum or simply the skirts, there are options available under the label of MNR. The most eye captivating is the use of multiple colors in one of your lehenga skirts. Such a vibrant combination of colors is then paired with monochromatic plain tops or shirts. 

It’s about time to discuss the apparels, bit by bit to help you find the perfect dress for the celebrations coming ahead. The charmer is the black crop with baggy net sleeves, paired with a nicely embellished skirt lehenga. It is filled with large prominent motifs over satin silk, and the border is lined with black velvet and layers of embroideries in thread work. The top of the skirt is also filled with intricate embroideries. Next in line the amazing display in mandarin. The dupatta is crafted in organza, and the dress with the embellishment is silk. The work in zari and zardozi is beautifully highlighting the curves of the trouser and borders of the shirt. Next in line are amazing trouser and with peplum combination in various different shades and contrasting colors. In some, it is red with decent blue, and in other, it is blue with black and gold. Beige with red is another pretty combination designed by MNR.

REAL BRIDES: 

What stuns you with its immense beauty is the long pretty peplum dress in beige, carried by Maya Ali. The apparel is the epitome of elegance and sophistication. From its color to the drapes of the shirt, the long back and the smart trouser underneath it. Deeply and fully embroidered, yet to decent and simple, that is dress worth spending extra bucks. There are other dresses which will wow you further with their flashing colors like the multi-colored skirt lehenga paired with a white crop top. White ghararas are perfect for nikkah functions.

MNR has been working for years to put smiles on the face of the brides with the beauty and novelty of the dress he designs. The range of the bridal dresses extends from signature Barat apparels to the Valima, Mehndi and engagement dresses. Here are some of the pretty displays of the real brides being adorned with one of finest masterpieces designed by Mohsin Naveed Ranjha. The delicacy of the dupattas of these dresses is commendable. Each is designed in net or chiffon with fine work encircling the borders of the sheaths. Embellishments are a striking mixture of all forms of embroideries like dabka, cut, zari, and zardozi. 

The use of red in the dresses for Barat is amazing, as various shades are incorporate to create a nice blend. In some dresses, there is crimson red, and in some, the maroonish shades are more prominent. Sparkles red is also an available choice in this collection. The way these hues are paired with complementing gold, ivory, and beige is most noticeable. Greys, graphite, and silvers are also contrasted with shades of red to create a unique contrast. In all of these, one thing is quite common though, the vibrancy of lehenga is maintained by adding red to it.

Another genre of these apparels is the lehenga couture for Mehndi or Mayoon, which is basically the most splashing mix of various bright colors. Like scarlet blue with green or red. Dazzling hues paired with white tops or fully embroidered tops. The lehengas are mesmerizing as they are loaded with a number of colors all infused in the intricate embroideries. The Valima dresses are much mellow in this regard and represent the softest of the hues. Most of them are seen in cream, off-white, beige, light peach pink or pastel shades of a similar palette. 

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