Lajwanti has been a recognized, widely celebrated brand ever since its existence in 1996. It began as a small outlet in the Pearl Continental Lahore. Lajwanti by Ana Ali, offers a meticulous collection of semi-formal, pret and bridal collections. This article is your peek inside the best of the Lajwanti bridal lehengas and shararas to show you why you should choose them for your big day.
It is one of that unique dress that looks really pretty given its subtle color and is uniquely crafted to be more interesting on a second glance. With regal stunning panel work, which is adorned with hints of Mukesh, laces and champagne scatterings; it’s a great choice for brides who wish to wear heavy and contrasting jewels.
This dress features an off-white atlas shirt embroidered with pearls at the neckline. The kora dabka, rhinestones, with pink jamawar finishing is covering the shirt. The sharara is embellished with the same dabka, pearl and rhinestone work. The dupatta is made in fresh pink color with borders and motifs that complement the outfit. It will make a great Nikah or Shendi dress.
This dress is very beautifully made with embellishment techniques like naqshi, sequins, gotta palsey motives, cut dana work. This outfit is said to be a fabrication a true depiction of culture upon a dreamy lehenga. The ice blue color and the silver work makes it perfect for someone who wants a not so traditional, regal look. This is the dress that holds authority without all the red and gold splendor.
This outfit has a beige asymmetrical jacket, on the center front are 3D flowers that embody pearl and stonework. The upper body has cut work embellishments. Lehenga that comes with bright pink and rust shades. The dupatta is also rust colored with similar floral embellishments on the borders, and a pearl scattering on the rest of it. Isn’t this rust color ensemble brilliant with its fiery yet contained charm?
Royal Symphony is a silver tail maxi dress with paisley and floral details on the fabric of pure white and silver hues. Other embellishments with cut dana work, stones, dabka, and resham thread work make it really something to behold. With seven-inch border and floral booti and diamantes spray, the dupatta pairs with dress comfortably.
This lehenga is created from the chiffon and chikan kari. The dress is adorned with beautiful panel work and kora dabka, sequin details that make this dress a marvel of pre-partition splendor. Its subtle color and refined embellishments make it perfect for every season.
These seven are some of the greatest dresses created by the house of the Lajwanti, and you can visit your site for formal and semi-formal articles. As you can see the aesthetic quality of Ana Ali’s designs is truly beautiful in the fine print.