Style yourself in Pakistani Suits

Pakistan and India might be acrimonious rivals on the political field, but not when it comes to fashion.

Since, the festive season is back and we will be able to wear lovely fabrics without any explanations. We all know how beautiful Pakistani suits are. This festive season try out the famous and exotic Pakistani Suits with the twist of latest trends. 

Pakistani suits have their own charm and style. They are according to the culture and traditional values of Pakistan. The traditional dress shalwar kameez is appreciated all over the world. Women also wear dupatta (long scarf) along with shalwar kameez. Shalwar is like loose trousers. Tight-bottomed shalwar is known as churidar. Kameez is a long shirt or tunic.

Shalwar kameez looks elegant on every one as it can be made for any body type. Shalwar kameez is a dress which expresses the people of Pakistan and their religion. Pakistani clothes include: Shalwar Kameez, Sherwani, Anarkali frocks, Churidar pajama, Lehnga/sharara/gharara/plazzo pants. Lehnga/Gharara/Sharara is mostly worn on wedding functions by Pakistani ladies. Pakistani Suits have summer-cool prints, beautiful patterns, intricate threadwork and embroidery patchwork.

Many fashion designers of Pakistan have proved themselves all over the globe for their talent and artistic mind. The most famous dress designers of Pakistan are: Deepak Perwani, Nilofer Shahid, Maheen Khan, Sana and Safinaz, Rizwan Beyg, Amir Adnan and Huma Adnan, Ronki Kamikar, Maheen Kardar, Sadia Mirza, Aijaz Aslam. Pakistani fashion industry is striving to make its identification internationally by focusing on the culture of Pakistan so that their dresses would depict the heritage of Pakistan on international ramps. 

The dresses show the mixture of south Asian and central Asian fashion styles along with some eastern touch. The Pakistani fashion industry has surely played a very optimistic role in building the fashion sense and fashion trends amongst all the age groups in Pakistan.

From cottons to chiffons, the summer fabric in light as well as bright shades and hues is not just comfortable to wear but looks equally stylish if it fits well. This summer, lace, asymmetrical kurta length, fuchsia pink, creams, and whites are going to rule. The emphasis is also a lot on lowers. A loose shirt, long kurta or a super long kurta teamed up with loose plazzos, ghagra or sharara style pants is going to set the trend.

Pakistani suits with fitted and straight pants look ultra-gorgeous on short height women and we bring the good news for tall women as well! Since, this year is also about the much talked about palazzos and shararas, which suits them really well.

Besides suits, Pakistan is also famous for its sarees. Sarees are available in wide choices when looking at traditional wedding garb of today. Many different styles are available to fit your wardrobe needs.

The flowing deigns are both comfortable and casual as well as dressy when you need them to be. When you are selecting your outfit, you are likely to find many different colors are available and many designs are unique and one of a kind. Making the choice of color and design can quickly become difficult as a result. Pakistan is famous for its kagari, which is making it big in the fashion industry.

Pakistani suits are famous for karigari, this is why it is characterized by embroidery, The more the intricate threadwork, better the quality of the suit.
The surface elaboration is what defines a good Pakistani suit, so, that’s why the silhouette is meant to be very basic and is usually done in calmer palette of colors.

The fabric plays the very important part. Since, the threadwork and embroidery is heavy, it should have a good fabric to avoid tearing of the suit.

Because of the complexity of this suit, try and stick to shades and hues such as emerald green, maroon, black and dark blue. These colors tend to enhance the embroidery. You can also choose some serene shades like peach and light pink.

As compared to regular kurtas that can be short, knee-length and long, the straight-cut Pakistani shirts/kurtas are longer and make you look taller and slimmer.

If you are tired of churidaar-pajamis and uninteresting salwars which have been done to death, then opt for a Pakistani suit with shararas, ghagra or straight pants.
Pakistani suits are loose and airy. Since fabrics used are mostly light lawn cotton, they can easily hide your flab and flatter every Indian figure.

Yet another basic thing about Pakistani suits is that they are covered. You won’t find any cut sleeves or haltered suit in Pakistani clothing collection.
So, all you ladies with a good fashion sense! Get ready to look stunning in the ‘in-vogue’ Pakistani Suits.
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