Weddings in Pakistan are a grand affair — not just for the bride and groom, but for siblings, relatives, distant cousins and friends of friends who can't wait to glam up and bust some moves of their own.

Naturally, outfits for these festivities have to be up to the mark, and Naimal Khawar Abbasi was no less than a queen when it came to her sister, Fizza's celebrations this winter.

Dressed to the nines for every occasion and making a statement with all that she wore, here are three times we loved how she pulled off styling her pieces, making everyone realise, sometimes less is more.

Saari, not sorry

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Complementing the rays of the winter sun, Naimal wore a Faiza Saqlain mustard saari with golden screen-printed flowers for her sister's mayoun.

She kept her hair subdued, tying them up in a loose bun. Pairing the outfit with a traditional choker and contrasting with a red lip, she kept the look simplistic while making it oh so memorable.

Scarlet velvet

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What's winter without some bespoke velvet and who better than Mohsin Naveed Ranjha to do it?

A heavy embellished border on a glistening kalidar, Mrs. Abbasi chose a royal piece for her sister's rukhsati — a flamboyant mirage of opulent crimson hues over a luxurious bed of mismatching textures.

Black block print

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An avant-garde piece ready to make a statement, Naimal's dholki look included a piece from Sadaf Fawad Khan's latest collection. Some worked sleeves, an embroidered neckline and a flowy outfit ready to make a statement, we loved the black block-printed dupatta and fancy earrings adding that extra oomph.

A big bold teeka is all she needed to complete the outfit.

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