Matha patti is the first wedding jewelry piece that you notice when you look at the beautiful face of a bride. Matha patti has been popular in the Southern India for centuries. It is now gaining popularity in Pakistan for the last couple of decades. Matha patti has gained so much admiration in Pakistan that it is becoming an essential part of the Pakistani wedding jewelry trend.

Matha patti is simple replacement of jhoomer. It is like two strings attached to the tikka falling on either side of the forehead along the hairline. It gives an instant glamorous look to the bride and makes her look special on her wedding day. Matha patti, being an essential part of the wedding jewelry, now comes in different metals and embellishments. It normally matches the wedding jewelry set of the bride and compliments the wedding dress.

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Comments Off on Matha Patti – A Bridal Ornament Posted by Zara Omer on Monday, October 3rd, 2011
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Wedding trends have changed overtime. They are no more the traditional weddings where the girl and boy had no interaction before marriage and therefore, every arrangement was done by the family. The latest wedding trend depicts that the couples follow DIY (do it yourself) wedding tradition. They can customize their weddings by saving money and enjoying it completely.

The latest summer weddings trends tells us that the wedding dresses should be vintage and retro-inspired with a new bend. We will get to see the beautiful textured clothes made with cap sleeves. People prefer natural but air conditioned settings in the summer weddings where they can enjoy wearing makeup and exquisite accessories. Wedding is all about photo booths customized with actual and set areas along with draped-cloth backdrop. This is extremely important when talking about wedding trends because couples need to cherish memories later on by making sure that every moment is captured best on their wedding day. Continue reading…

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Fancy Crystal Jewelry Pakistan Soars to the New HeightsPakistan is a hub of traditional jewelry and fashion ornaments of all types. Pakistani ladies have an awesome taste of westerns as well as traditional eastern fashion. On festivals, weddings and cultural occasion Pakistani women cannot let go of the jewelry and accessories. A bride without jewelry is considered to be incomplete.

Gold prices are sky high and this brings the ladies, who tempt for jewelry, to go for other precious and semi precious stone jewelry. These days crystal jewelry is talking over. The girls and ladies maintain their decency by adding an accessory made up of crystals. The amazing pendants, ear-rings and the bracelets leave the women in awe. The necklaces that have been delicately and beautifully designed are carefully created to match the aesthetics as well as the practicality of Pakistani jewelry. The crystal jewelry fashion has suddenly taken over the trends probably due to sky high prices of gold and other precious and semiprecious stone jewelry. Continue reading…

Comments Off on Fancy Crystal Jewelry Soars to the New Heights Posted by Zara Omer on Saturday, September 3rd, 2011
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Pakistani Rings Fashion Trend 2011Shoes are for feet and rings are for fingers. Fingers without rings look dull and boring. To make a complete sense of fashion and style for your fingers, you must wear stylish, cozy and classic rings. Rings enhance the beauty and glamour of your fingers. It adds a flare of style and fashion even to an ordinary finger.

Rings are said to be the most delicate item in the entire women jewelry. It has its own importance and one can’t have stylish and glamorous hands without wearing rings. The types and varieties of rings varies according to occasion, season and often on your taste. If you want to look casual and cozy then you can wear minimal ring, nail file ring, stamp ring, knot ring etc. Continue reading…

Comments Off on Rings Fashion Trend 2011 Posted by Zara Omer on Thursday, September 1st, 2011
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