Embroidered Linen – D7


Brand: Noor By Saadia Asad
Fabric: Embroidered Velvet
Collection: Noor Winter Luxury Shawls 23


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Introduced in the Noor Winter Luxury Shawls 23 D7 Shalwar Kameez, it is an exquisite outfit perfect for Pakistani weddings. Crafted with gorgeous linen fabric for long-term style and comfort.

This D7 Shalwar Kameez stands out in every respect – the stunning red hue of both its kameez and trousers will certainly turn heads, while its exquisite Schiffli embroidery adds texture and depth. Additionally, the dyed linen fabric on the back provides a gorgeous contrast.

Not only does the front of this kameez boast exquisite details, but the sleeves also showcase Schiffli embroidery for added beauty. Unique elements like Panni’s embroidered silk neckline and patch add pops of color, while Panni’s embroidery completes its luxurious appearance. Furthermore, its hem is decorated with Schiffli embroidery, adding to this outfit’s exquisite detailing.

The trousers made of linen fabric offer an ideal combination of comfort and breathability, while the dupatta, with its Panni-embroidered silk border and exquisite Schiffli embroidery, completes this ensemble perfectly.

Made with high-grade linen fabric, the D7 Shalwar Kameez is designed to be durable, breathable, and comfortable – an essential feature during the cold winter season. Plus, its luxurious fabric adds a level of softness for maximum comfort!

No matter who the bride-to-be or guest of any Pakistani wedding may be, this outfit makes for an outstanding ensemble. The D7 Shalwar Kameez stands out in any event, boasting a beautiful red hue and intricate embroidery work with its classic yet elegant style and embroidery work adorning every seam of this beautiful garment.


The Noor by sadia Asad Winter Luxury Shawls 23 D7 Shalwar Kameez is exquisite. Boasting exquisite Schiffli embroidery on soft linen fabric, its luxurious aesthetic stands out at any event and would certainly make an impressionful statement at weddings in Pakistan.