Maya Khaddar Collection by Nureh

One of the emerging Pakistani fashion houses, Nureh PK has stepped into the dreamy winter season with a scrumptious new Maya Khaddar Collection. Offering the brand’s signature decorative silhouettes, the supple fabric is painted with the heavenly colors of flowers and sky. Chikankari, classic threadwork, and traditional textures create a line worthy of a queen while the skillfully crafted minute details are what make the experience personal and heart-warming.

Ebrace the feminine, garby cuts with confidence and zest, as these are indeed the fashion statements of the future. Here is a breakdown of ‘The’ looks from the Maya Khaddar Collection:

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The number features tiny mukaish details on an evergreen cream shirt. Following a smart, light-colored story, the dress is the embodiment of sophistication, elegance, and all things pure. An earth-colored dupatta with a chunri print complements the subtle tones.

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A cozy plum khaddar suit is a necessity in this cold weather, giving a sense of warmth and happiness the color has a homely feel. Decorating the enthralling fabric are prepossessing patterns and innovative floral placements. A contrasting printed pallu with a heavy border concludes the piece.

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The ideal statement-making tangerine color is further enhanced with mirror work and vintage craftsmanship. An original print on the pallu and the careful insertion of stones fabricates a look divergent and mesmerizing.

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Many of us are here for teal beauty, the gorgeous attire is festooned with similar toned thread work and symmetrical chikankari print. Purple shaded dupatta accessorized with beachy decorations presents an engrossing episode.

Closing Thoughts

Nureh is a simplistic brand, their approach to style is minimal yet the fewer attachments frame a magnificent Maya Khaddar Collection. Never compromising on quality and design, they have made their everlasting mark in the fashion industry. This winter, deluge into mellow warmth in a stunning khaddar outfit layered with a homey khaddar shawl.

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