Festive formals

  • 18 Nov - 24 Nov, 2023
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Fashion

With wedding season upon us and with it the desire for a winning festive wear closet that’ll see you through all the invites on your social calendar, investing in an elaborate outfit is a must. Wondering from where to begin? Read on for our recommendations.

A magenta pishwas featuring luxuriously hand worked tapestries on the bodice and arms in glistening gold is as traditional as it gets. Its glorious flare is regal and to add to its femininity is a diaphanous organza dupatta with winding details.

An angharkha in khaddi net extensively hand screen printed with resham and zardozi embroidery on the body and sleeves. It comes with an organza dupatta with sequin chan all over. It is paired with a churidar to get that traditional flare.

An exquisite mint hued front open, off shoulder drape dress, cut from French net. Rendered with beautiful resham embroidery, dotted with zardozi and crystal work, it is paired with a matching jamawar lehenga finished with organza ruffles.

This one features a contemporary silhouette with a long cape in zari net which is extensively hand embroidered finished with a gold fringe. Paired with it are petal pants and a halter top which is fully hand worked with crystals and beads.

Lehenga choli holds a significant place in the festive wardrobe of us Pakistanis. And an extravagant lehenga choli like this one here constructed with meticulous handwork using pearls, diamantes, and sequins has us enthralled with its charms.

Now it's winter, folks who choose just to wear black clothes are in their element. If you’re one of them, incorporate black in your festive wear with an intricately worked piece having a pop of pink and green.