dresses for nikah

Nikah is a Mus­lim rite of mar­riage, so it is so impor­tant that all tra­di­tions and require­ments are observed dur­ing it. This is espe­cial­ly true for the appear­ance of the bride. That is why it is so impor­tant to choose the right dress for nikah.

Types of clothes for nikah

Cus­toms allow the bride to choose from two options for dress­ing for nikah the one that is more com­fort­able for her. First­ly, this is a beau­ti­ful dress for nikah, which should be as closed as pos­si­ble. Such dress­es are sewn with long sleeves and a closed neck­line, the length of this dress is maxi, that is, reach­ing the floor, and the cut is usu­al­ly loose, although some­times an embroi­dered belt can dec­o­rate the waist. Anoth­er option that a Mus­lim bride can also choose is a wide and com­fort­able long tunic with long sleeves and com­fort­able trousers. This option is no less com­fort­able than a dress and meets all the tra­di­tions well, but more often girls still opt for a beau­ti­ful and inter­est­ing dress.

Wedding dresses for nikah

Pho­tos of Mus­lim dress­es for nikah show that, despite the very mod­est and closed sil­hou­ette, such out­fits look unique and beau­ti­ful every time. After all, every bride has a large field for imag­i­na­tion in dec­o­rat­ing, select­ing fab­rics and details of the dress. Since most of these dress­es are made to order by hand, each girl can get a dress that will per­fect­ly match her fig­ure and views on beau­ty. But we know how impor­tant it is for the bride that every­thing is per­fect on the wed­ding day. This is a guar­an­tee of good mood and a cheer­ful cel­e­bra­tion.

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Now for sewing dress­es for nikah, var­i­ous fab­rics are used: vel­vet, silk, chif­fon. Such dress­es are dec­o­rat­ed with the finest lace, fin­ished with embroi­dery, beads, sequins, dec­o­ra­tive stones. The bride can also choose the col­or of the dress, which is in per­fect har­mo­ny with her appear­ance. Usu­al­ly the choice falls on blue and green shades, but you can see a lot of del­i­cate white dress­es. A tra­di­tion­al addi­tion to such a dress is a scarf, over which, some­times, a veil is also worn. Beau­ti­ful­ly tie a scarf — a whole rit­u­al. Many seam­stress­es who make dress­es for nikah also sew shawls from a sim­i­lar or sim­i­lar fab­ric and come on the wed­ding day to help the bride tie it beau­ti­ful­ly.