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Sherwani Price in Pakistan

47 results for Sherwani from 5 online stores. Sherwani price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 25,500 to Rs. 255,000

Black jamawar sherwani
 

Rs. 130,000

Black jamawar sherwani

No reviews
Royal black sherwani
 

Rs. 110,000

Royal black sherwani

No reviews
Premium Raw Silk Caviar Classic Fit Sherwani
 

Rs. 150,000

Premium Raw Silk Caviar Classic Fit Sherwani

No reviews
Save 60% Beige satin Trad sherwani
Rs. 300,000

Rs. 120,000

Beige satin Trad sherwani

No reviews
Nur-ud-din
 

Rs. 150,000

Nur-ud-din

No reviews
GOLD SHERWANI
 

Rs. 153,539

GOLD SHERWANI

No reviews
Short black sherwani
 

Rs. 220,000

Short black sherwani

No reviews
GREEN SHERWANI
 

Rs. 128,021

GREEN SHERWANI

No reviews
Akbar-i-Azam
 

Rs. 105,000

Akbar-i-Azam

No reviews
Rafi ud-Darajat
 

Rs. 78,500

Rafi ud-Darajat

No reviews
Farrukhsiyar
 

Rs. 78,500

Farrukhsiyar

No reviews
Save 60% Beige-Organza-Trad-sherwani
Rs. 150,000

Rs. 60,000

Beige-Organza-Trad-sherwani

No reviews
Save 60% Premium Georgette Caviar Classic Fit Sherwani
Rs. 150,000

Rs. 60,000

Premium Georgette Caviar Classic Fit Sherwani

No reviews
Save 30% Sky blue sherwani
Rs. 58,500

Rs. 40,950

Sky blue sherwani

No reviews
Embroidered black sherwani
 

Rs. 255,000

Embroidered black sherwani

No reviews
BROWN SHERWANI
 

Rs. 230,379

BROWN SHERWANI

No reviews
NAVY BLUE SHERWANI
 

Rs. 230,379

NAVY BLUE SHERWANI

No reviews
Save 70% Premium Messori Beige Classic Fit Sherwani
Rs. 150,000

Rs. 45,000

Premium Messori Beige Classic Fit Sherwani

No reviews
Purple haze
 

Rs. 144,000

Purple haze

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Brd145
 

Rs. 145,000

Deepak Perwani Brd145

No reviews
Khanum
 

Rs. 135,000

Khanum

No reviews
Roshanara
 

Rs. 165,000

Roshanara

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Ktd3016
 

Rs. 165,000

Deepak Perwani Ktd3016

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Ktd2935
 

Rs. 165,000

Deepak Perwani Ktd2935

No reviews
Save 60% Premium Jamawar Lark Classic Fit Sherwani
Rs. 95,000

Rs. 38,000

Premium Jamawar Lark Classic Fit Sherwani

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Drs970
 

Rs. 120,000

Deepak Perwani Drs970

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Ktd3038
 

Rs. 120,000

Deepak Perwani Ktd3038

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Drs992
 

Rs. 120,000

Deepak Perwani Drs992

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Drs998
 

Rs. 120,000

Deepak Perwani Drs998

No reviews
Ktd3038
 

Rs. 180,000

Ktd3038

No reviews
Gauhar Ara
 

Rs. 180,000

Gauhar Ara

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Drs991
 

Rs. 180,000

Deepak Perwani Drs991

No reviews
Deepak Perwani Ktd2961
 

Rs. 180,000

Deepak Perwani Ktd2961

No reviews
Gulchehra
 

Rs. 185,000

Gulchehra

No reviews
Laurel
 

Rs. 110,000

Laurel

No reviews
Save 60% Sea spary Trad Raw Silk sherwani
Rs. 85,000

Rs. 34,000

Sea spary Trad Raw Silk sherwani

No reviews
Save 60% Dusty Rose Trad Raw Silk sherwani
Rs. 85,000

Rs. 34,000

Dusty Rose Trad Raw Silk sherwani

No reviews
Save 60% Premium Satin Beige Classic Fit Embroidered Sherwani
Rs. 85,000

Rs. 34,000

Premium Satin Beige Classic Fit Embroidered Sherwani

No reviews
Save 60% Premium Satin Pristine Classic Fit Embroidered Sherwani
Rs. 85,000

Rs. 34,000

Premium Satin Pristine Classic Fit Embroidered Sherwani

No reviews
Save 60% Premium Satin Tap Shoe Classic Fit Embroidered Sherwani
Rs. 85,000

Rs. 34,000

Premium Satin Tap Shoe Classic Fit Embroidered Sherwani

No reviews

Sherwani Price in Pakistan

47 results for Sherwani from 5 online stores. Sherwani price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 25,500 to Rs. 255,000

Sherwani Price List

Black jamawar sherwani Rs. 130,000
Royal black sherwani Rs. 110,000
Premium Raw Silk Caviar Classic Fit Sherwani Rs. 150,000
Beige satin Trad sherwani Rs. 120,000
Nur-ud-din Rs. 150,000
GOLD SHERWANI Rs. 153,539
Short black sherwani Rs. 220,000
GREEN SHERWANI Rs. 128,021
Akbar-i-Azam Rs. 105,000
Rafi ud-Darajat Rs. 78,500

Sherwani Overview

Pakistani clothing labels have brought international recognition to Pakistani menswear and reintroduced the Sherwani into mainstream fashion. Modern sherwani is a revival of yesteryear's fashion associated with the Rajas and Maharajas of the subcontinent. This traditional long coat is worn over kameez and is paired with shalwar or churidar to create a formal and aristocratic look. Intricately embroidered and widely coveted, designer sherwanis are available online at varied prices in Pakistan. Let's explore different styles of sherwanis, top-rated designer sherwani brands and affordable alternatives available.

Sherwani Description

Affordable Options

Edenrobe offers fairly priced sherwanis in silk, jamawar and cotton. Bonanza Satrangi too has a tasteful and affordable range of formal wedding wear for the groom and groom's men. These sherwanis are adorned with intricate-looking embroidery in traditional handcrafted patterns in thread, zardozi, tilla, dabka, kora, resham, gota etc. 

Premium Sherwani Brands

Designers who are famous for creating timeless sherwanis for the groom and groom's men are Hassan Shehryar Yasin (HSY), Amir AdnanLajwantiDeepak Parwani etc. These designers have been creating regal-looking sherwanis and other wedding wear for decades. 

Amir Adnan 

Before Amir Adnan stepped into the world of fashion, Pakistani grooms had adopted the western style three-piece suits as the standard grooms wear. Amir Adnan reintroduced our indigenous craft through the revival of regal looking Sherwanis for grooms and formal events. The Amir Adnan Sherwanis showcase his signature designing where carefully chosen colours and fabrics are the main focus of the attire. Stylish cuts, embroideries, fancy detailing and buttons, Amir Adnan sherwanis are crafted with elegant designing and intricate embroidery. These sherwanis evoke the attires of the aristocrats and the Persian nobility of the Mughal era. 

Deepak Perwani 

Deepak Perwani's menswear collection includes everything from Casual Kurtas, Waistcoats, Formals, Suits and Jackets, Nehru /Bandhgala, Mehndi Festive, Sherwanis and Off the Ramp ensembles. The Sherwanis offered by the brand is the most expensive item out of the menswear collection. They are more suited to the groom rather than the groom's men for their highly formal look. Deepak uses formal fabrics such as silk, jamawar, mesori, jacquard, raw silk etc for creating elegant menswear.

Lajwanti Groom Couture

Using tasteful colours and formal fabrics, Lajwanti curates wedding sherwanis, jodhpuri jackets, suits, shawls and turbans for grooms-to-be. Sherwanis come heavily worked with dabka, rhinstones, kora, resham and antique work with embellished buttons. Sherwanis are paired with boski suits, embellished shawls, matching turban and a pair of khussas to complete the entire look.

Sherwani Styles & Fabrics

Modern-day sherwanis come in various styles, colours and fabrics, where the most popular ones are as follows.

1. Front Open 

These feature a front open long garment with embroidery on the lapels, collars and the neckline. The front open variety gives a very modern look to the wearer and they can pair it with jeans to look even more trendy. The inner kurta can be embroidered too for a heavier and formal look. 

2. Straight Cut 

Straight cut sherwanis are tapered along the hips and waist, creating a slim silhouette but a broad-shouldered look to give a slim yet broad-shouldered look.

3. Velvet Sherwanis

Velvet exudes luxury and class. The velvet sherwanis either come in heavy embroidery, plain or with simple intricate motifs spread all over the front. Since velvet is a warm fabric, these sherwanis cant be worn during summer events.

4. Jamawar, Silk & Black Suiting Sherwanis

The formal look and sophistication of fabrics such as Jamawar and silk make these sherwanis look outstandingly expensive. Jamawar is a soft yet structured fabric that enhances the overall look of the attire and leaves little room for further embellishments. Designers use tough black suiting fabric for some sherwanis for a stronger yet striking outlook. 

5. Traditional Cut 

Buttoned up to the collar the traditional sherwanis have intricate aesthetic embroidered in kora dabka, kashida, zardozi, phulkari, jaalwork, kantha and kashmiri embroideries. The cut is simple yet stylish, resembling the attires of Mughal emperors.