Kayseria is the name of leading and most successor Pakistani fashion retail brand that has almost 50 outlets in 5 countries. This is launched traditional Mughal Era inspired and fabulous collection. Kayseria provides us updating catalogue about latest and fascinate trend for ladies. Kayseria uses premium fabric, dazzling and vintage colors and sophisticated style and gorgeous stitching pattern to make contemporary creation for girls. Recently, this brand presented its traditional ladies collection at Pakistan Fashion week Dubai. This collection is design by red and green colors with golden touch for making superb customary and trendy outfits. Let have a look traditional outfits by Kayseria.
knee length shirt with churi pajama
Churi pajama with long or short shirts or frock is most common traditional and customary dress. This red shirt is decked with green appliqué and silver and gold chic laces. Neckline and bottom are enriched with stunning lace and patch work.
Lehnga with thigh length shirt
Lehnga with thigh length shirt is typical traditional attire that wears by Eastern bridals. This red and green lining pattern lehnga is paired with front cut style shirt that adorned from neckline with printed patch and stunning lace work.
traditional gharara designs for girls
Gharara is most elegant and fabulous dress that wears by girls on wedding ceremonies especially on Mehndi function. This orange trimming gharara is decked from knees with green ribbon and elegance lace. Hip length shirt is paired this vintage gharara that adorned from neckline with silver material; work in exclusive style.
Front open shirt with churi pajama
Front open shirt is latest and contemporary mode that popular among the girls’ outfit. In this picture, you are seeing this green cloth with red dots is design width bottom from closed sided, half sleeves and front open cut. Stunning red lace is utilizes on the hemline and front part for make more sophisticated and alluring.
All dresses of Kayserai are gorgeous and illustrious that design by according the Mughal Emperor era. Banarsi and jamaver fabrics in red and green traditional colors used to create a customary and vintage dressing collection. Similarly, from these attires a huge variety of glamorous and inspiring dresses you can see in the gallery.