Look beautiful in traditional and stunning Pakistani bridal Barat dresses from the latest collection of Tena Durrani. Barat day is the most important day in the wedding and bride wants to stand out on her big day. Red is the most common color used for barat function but now some other colors are also selected.
Traditional and stunning Pakistani bridal Barat dresses from the latest collection of Tena Durrani
1. RED BERYL
Red bridal bodice dress with full sleeves and front open slit. Beautifully handworked with dabka nakshi resham crystals beads stones. Drop stone finishing on scalloped edges of shirt. Red lehnga with scattered floral booti chan and broad handworked borders on hemline. Red jaal fabric with Kamdani chan and worked borders all round.
2. GOLD MINE
Red net trail jacket with gold handwork and machine embroidery. Fully embellished sleeves. Cutwork on shirt neckline and hem. Keyhole and tassels on shirt back with gold embroidered trellises and floral embroidery on hem. White meysuri jaal choli with sequins and crystal embroidery.
White meysuri jaal lehnga has gold hand work embroidery with red accents. Cutwork on lehnga hem.
- Shirt (Net)
- Choli (Meysuri Jaal)
- Lehnga (Meysuri Jaal)
- Lehnga lining (Cotton Silk)
- Dupatta (Gold Meysuri Net)
Red bridal short shirt heavily handworked with gold dabka, nakshi and embellished with beautiful coloured floral motifs. Red net dupatta with heavy chan and gorgeous worked pallus of gota and appliqué work. Four sided handworked border on dupatta. Red lehnga with intricate gota and dakba nakshi work.
4. PINK BRIDAL
Light pink meysuri gown with a fitted bodice and asymmetric hemline. Heavily handworked with gorgeous dabka, nakshi, sequins, beads, and appliqué. Hard net fabric deep red dupatta has booti chan with work on scalloped edges. Deep red lehnga on rich velvet has bead lines running down from waist to meet a beautiful intricate hand worked floral border on lehnga hem.
5. ROYAL SCEPTRE
Red sleeveless long shirt completely handworked with dabka nakshi crystals resham stones and beads work. Gold mesuri lehnga with small floral booti chan and broad handworked border. Red dupatta with hand worked borders and chan.
Delivery and Returns
All orders would take a minimum of 3 to 6 months for delivery. “Custom Order” can take longer than this. You will be able to add comments for the desired size during the checkout/payment detail process.
About Tena Durrani
Tena Durrani is the complete designer creating casual wear, bridal couture, and formals since 2005. Her source of inspiration is art and architecture from the ancient Mughal period that defines the roots of our traditions. Her collections are fluid, always changing to ensure individuality and brimming with vibrant, rich colors and embroidery patterns that are extensively sampled to perfection before being used in her designs.
Tena is the guiding force of the company in terms of creative direction. She personally designs every product the company makes & ensures that customized pieces for clients are produced up to her standards. With over 8 years of experience in the industry, Tena is one of the few designers who does not rely heavily on assistants to produce collections. Her passion for her work results in the designer churning out new collections every six weeks; a rare and highly respectable quality in our design industry.
Tena works with a spectrum of fabrics from cotton, voile, chikan and jacquard, to karandi chiffons, silks, cotton net, French net and other pure materials. She is fond of working with intricate back motifs and uses both urban and classic silhouettes. She is renowned for her exquisite Resham embroidery and color shading in her creations.
Tena Durrani dresses are available at:
Address: Building 2C, Bukhari Commercial Lane 6 DHA Phase VI, Karachi, Pakistan.
Contact: +92 321 199 9902