Famous Dress Styles of Pakistan

Let’s Find Famous Dress Styles of Pakistan in 2021

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In this ever-changing globalized world, fashion has become an integral part of one’s life. From the start, ladies have been particular about style, but it has become easy to stay up-to-date with the latest fashion trends in this modern-day and age. Celebrities endorse and boast about new trends through their social media platforms. This let the general population know What’s Going To Say In and What Is Out Of Fashion?


We start our summer collection journey, the best time to wear light and comfy clothes with loud and sometimes soft colors.

For Casual Looks, Shararas And Ghararas Made A Lot Of Noise 

Yes, you read it right. Shararas And Ghararas were a hot deal last summer. They were trending for both a casual and semi-formal look. The basic solid color ones created a lot of hype; considering Pakistan’sPakistan’s hot and humid conditions, the look was welcomed with open arms.

Organza Peek-a-boo Trousers

Many famous brands introduced organza trousers that become the hot trend of last year. The trousers are available in different styles that include straight trousers, cigarette pants and also baddy ones. They can be found at every major brand of Pakistan, and this trend looks here to stay for a long time. So, it’s time to stalk up!

Banarsi and Chunri Prints

Whenever we hear the word Banarsi or Chunri, all we can think about is Saaris and weddings, but all of this changed because the 2020 lawn collection’s hottest print was the Banarsi and Chunri prints. Every female is over the moon because they can most definitely be paired with a semi-formal occasion to give off an elegant Queen vibe.

Fusion tops 

Well, looking for something eastern with western wear, then this look is for you. This look is where west meets the east wearing jeans with Kurtis. This trend has always been famous among Pakistan’s young gen, and it is hot every year.

National brands Lawn round up

Famous brands introduced lots of innovative prints in their summer collection last year, including block prints reviving our cultural heritage; Zahas collection was the top pick. Maria B and Zainab Chottani both opted for Chicken Kari, yet another traditional embroidery. Sapphire launched their western “stripes on stripes” minimalistic collection. Maria B also played with an ombre look with pastel colors.

Entering the winter zone

Short and Simple Shirts

This winter girl’s motto was short and straightforward. Short and simple shirts with jeans have been a favorite trend this season. Darker colors were preferred with various short shirts, including baggy style, the Kurti style, and the drop-side styles. Many famous brands like Origins and Outfitters have produced an entirely separate line of shirts for the winter season.

Embroidered shirt

Embroidery was seemed to be the go-to formal look this season. Many famous brands included embroidered shirts in their winter collection, including Nishat and Bareeze. Both of their work supported elegant, simple thread work.

Velvet embroidered shirts

Velvet and winter go hand in hand and never goes out of style. Since many people got married in pandemic velvet embroidered shirts seems to be the hottest trend in town. Beautiful velvet shirts with heavy and sometimes light embroidery were in trend this whole season.

Long Coats

In winters, plain and simple shirts can be carried with beautifully designed, but this season, coats were in fashion for a chic casual look. Many of our beloved Lollywood celebrities also gave us style info and how to utilize this trend by rocking our coats with long boots.

National Brand Winter Collection Roundup

Pashmina and linen were in trend in the unstitched collection of Al-Karam with the bright and prominent color scheme. Khadi went towards more technical cut and pattern designs in its winter Kurta collection. Warda introduced panoramic embroidery on chiffon, khaddar and even introduced a silk collection.


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