Velvet Long Frock designs 2019 and 2020. Velvet is fabric of the year. This fabric has hit more sells in Pakistan than any other fabric. Many brands have launched velvet collections this winter wedding season. We have seen different styles of wedding wear in velvet such as short embroidered velvet shirts, long embroidered velvet shirts and Embroidered velvet long frock.
Indian actresses introduced this trend of velvet long frock including actresses like Aishwariya Rai Bachan, Anushka Sharma, Prachi Desai and Sushmita Sen. Pakistani women simply loved how elegantly traditional these velvet long frocks look.
Embroidered Velvet Long Frock
Velvet long frock comes in different styles. Some are floor length and other are slightly lifted. Some velvet frocks are embroidered and some are plain with just embroidered lace at the border or sleeves. Embroidered velvet long frock is a graceful attire for any formal event or a wedding.
The colors look striking and super deep in velvet hence the embellishments sparkle a little more than normal on velvet frocks. Collar frocks, velvet asymmetrical frocks and velvet long coat are some of the variations of velvet long frock.
Velvet Long Frock Designs
We have gathered some of the pictures of velvet frocks designs which you can use as an inspiration for you wedding wear. This beautiful Maroon Velvet Long Frock has an embellished bodice and skirt and is paired with a pink net dupatta which looks extremely beautiful.
This beautiful midnight blue velvet maxi dress is a gorgeous wear for any party or bridal shower. It can be worn to a wedding or any other western cultured event.
A gorgeous royal blue fully embellished velvet long maxi dress looks absolutely stunning. This can be worn to a wedding or as an evening wear.
Another maroon maxi dress to rock your special days such as mehndi barat or any formal event. This long velvet maxi dress look absolutely stunning with a mirror work golden embellishment at the waistband.
My personal favorite velvet dress in a gorgeous deep blue color with a hint of mint blue as a dupatta and a beautiful golden kamarband (waistband).