While Ramadan is on and in full-swing that too, ammi jaan is busy conjuring up the sweetest of all delicacies and prepping up to shop for her little girls too. EID is round the corner and everyone wants to dress up nice and chic; but while you pick the best of kurtas, anarkalis and Eid special Anarkali suits, do you know how to style those pants well to put your best foot forward? If that is what has been confusing you all these years, please check here and we shall show you five chic ways on dressing right for the iftar parties and the joyful EID celebrations!
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Narrow pants or pyjamas with embellished churidars:
A Choori Pajama or churidar with narrow pyjamas finds its roots in the villages of Pakistan. The pants are tight fitting and leg-hugging to say the least, and the trousers are narrow enough to flaunt the sensual appeal of slender-long legs.
Straight pants with tunics:
Not just any tunic, but a long slit on the side and in colours from pinks to peaches- iftar party wear and fashion at its best, you now have a trend to set! Keeping the style simple and sombre, yet fashionable enough to be loved and lusted by one and all- a slit by the waist and to the knees on the long tunic, brings forth a style statement for all to see!
Wearing your palazzos with a georgette suit:
For a touch of everything chic and royal, pretty pink and other light coloured georgette suits with a Chinese collar and palazzo pants could steal the moonlight show away at the iftar social dos! Iftar Party Dresses should be with a hint of sensuality and plenty of style, sans the need for too much of bling and shine!
Style up with ankle pants:
Mostly seen amongst women from the cities in Pakistan, ankle pants with short tunic tops or long flowing kurtas are hot style statements to make for the Ramadan fashion. The ensemble in white gold embroidery and a daring bold front cut makes a fashion statement so indo-western and chic!
[Also Read: Pakistani Ethnic Trends]
Chic chickankari pants with a tunic or a long salwar top:
Chickankari pants are haute to have and hot to wear. Pretty apt for the iftar parties and the EID celebrations, you wouldn’t want to not have these babies dolling up your legs- style them with short tunic, tops, anarkalis and even with churidars- the style you choose wouldn’t be mismatched!
Here were five chic and very trendy ways to wear Pakistani pants, narrow, straight, ankle cuts, chickankari or the sensual tight fits! While dressing up right with apt Ramadan fashion dresses should be your aim, don’t forget to doll up a little bit to make heads turn at every event and social do you have been invited to.
We wish you and your loved ones a fashionable and feasty Ramadan and EID!