- 23 Oct - 29 Oct, 2021
Playing Ceremonial Fashion
- 25 Sep - 01 Oct, 2021
As a Pakistani girl, you will definitely understand the joy of dressing up in traditional wear and pairing all those ethnic jewellery at the time of festivals. Initially, a shalwar kameez or a nice kurti would suffice, but in modern times we have so many trends coming up with each passing season in our Pakistani wear as well. Amplify your outfits by simply styling them with the most minimal yet effective detailing. The festive season is upon us and it is time to step up your style game. Trendy cuts on semi-formal silhouettes make it up for your friends’ dholki event, mayun, a formal dinner or even for hi-tea get-togethers.
An embroidered shirt is the safest option that you can have in your ethnic wardrobe. This ensemble has been in style since ages now and seems like it's going to stay. Like this mint green shirt with a matching embroidered patchwork on the front and pretty lace detailing that elevates the look of the shirt. Pair it up with matching pants and head out in style.
You can ditch the mainstream churidaar and style this sequined pink front open shirt with straight pants. This is a great alternative as it looks urbane and also feels comfortable. This set features a frill detailing on the pants. The shirt also features buttons and gota lace detailing. The light green dupatta paired up with the outfit adds a much-needed glam factor to the ensemble.
This light blue shirt is decked with fine embroidery and lace on the hem and features mirror work. The shirt comes with matching trousers and a dupatta with a thin lace detailing border.
A dark hued dress can also be a great addition to your traditional trousseau and give you an extremely swanky and modish look. You can style these dresses either with heels and jhumkas or with statement earrings.
• Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
• Hair & Makeup: Nabila Salon
• Designer: Attire by Bushra Wahid
• Photography & Styling: Yellow Jacket by Zeeshan Ahmed
• Model: Javeriya Hanif
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