Style 101: Zarqash


As the festive season continues, Zarqash dresses its favourite muses, evoking the magic of poetry and love in their latest wedding collection for the season ahead.


Nahid is a champagne peshwas evoking pure nostalgia of poetry and forgotten love stories. It is hand embellished with zardozi work and 3d flowers, and the organza bodice and sleeves adorned in sequins and embroidery, Nahid is fully lined in cotton silk and paired with a hand block-print dupatta. The peshwas also includes sequin and mirror work panels and teamed with raw silk trousers.


The jet-black organza canvas of Afarin is strewn with intricate peony-pink and pale gold embroidery in an open-front peshwas style. The bodice is featured on fully lined and fully embroidered organza, with embellished sleeves and sequin panels. The dupatta is adorned in heavy sequin embroidery and paired with raw silk trousers.


Ava is the melody of love crafted in a flowy canvas embodying the night sky- strewn with embellished constellations. The ensemble is a festive sari in embroidered pure crinkle chiffon with emphasised hand-embellished borders in floral berry and gold patterns. The blouse is delicately embroidered raw silk designed to compliment and draw attention to the sleek silhouette of this festive two piece.


A hue reminiscent of fresh mornings, Norouz is a resplendent pastel blue ensemble with hand embellishments adorning the entirety of its organza front, side and back panels. Fully lined in dyed cotton silk, Norouz comes with a heavily adorned hem border in crystals, pearls and thread. The sleeves are linear embroidered sequins on an organza canvas paired with an embroidered organza dupatta and matching raw silk trousers.


The sheer romance of moonlight brought to life in Mahtab, an exquisite pearl-esque white ensemble made in self organza. The ornamental jacket is fully adorned with masterful hand embellishments of crystals, pearls and 3D flowers. The look is topped off with a gorgeous delicately hand block printed and embroidered dupatta paired with raw silk pants. Mahtab evokes the magic of dreamy moonlit nights.

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