I have already discussed about Pakistani style outfits in length in one of my previous editions. Click here to know more. I am back with another great post with some of the best fashionable designs, you have ever come across.
I have compiled 10 most ravishing Pakistani style salwar suits from our catalog to help you discover your voguish traits and surprise your family and friends with your elite taste. Do have a look and let me know which one you prefer to see in your closet!
The above image is one of my personal favorites. This designer Pakistani salwar suit looks more like a coveted gown than any ethnic wear. The fishtail design of the outfit accentuated with conical panels in multi colors keep up the beauty of this outfit.
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The ruffled Georgette suit is given a twist by keeping the back design and shade complete different thereby creating a misconception of two different outfits. The black color flanked by a huge net design on the bodice and jacket embroidered designs on the sleeves offer a dramatic edging to this overall outfit. This floor length suit comes along with a matching multi-colored dupatta.
Pakistani Palazzo salwar suits suits have become a trend lately after the palazzo pants and crop takes took over the fashion this year. Bollywood celebrities like Dia Mirza wore a stunning yellow and White Manish Malhotra suit for Arpita Khan’s wedding.
This is one of the most ravishing and gorgeous Pakistani style salwar suits we have in our catalog. The golden mustard shade of this outfit is already indicating it as a party wear. The rich and sophisticated pattern makes this ethnic wear suitable for weddings, festive seasons and any occasions which demands ethnic fashion.
The elegant silhouette of this beautiful dress with a heavily embroidered neck design is accentuated with intricate embroidery work. The loose palazzo pants with matching hemline makes this dress look more graceful and seductive. The contrasting brown dupatta is an added element to its beauty.
I just got reminded of DDLJ style with this dress. Even though the design does not exactly resemble the one jacket-style gown worn by Kajol in that movie, but it certainly resembles Manish styles. Manish Malhotra can be hugely credited for upgrading the typical Indian feminine wear into a sensual and ultra-chic wear. Remember the suits worn by Madhuri in Dil to Pagal Hai movie? I think those designs are timeless and can never be out of fashion.
This particular outfit also radiates the same elegance and charm. The intricate embroidered jacket in silver and golden threads against a brown background offers a luxury feel. The full-sleeve kurta in two shades of red maintains the femininity of this outfit. Pair this dress with minimal accessories to complement the charm of this outfit.
I now offer you three dresses in similar design but in different colors and prints. The design reflects 80’s fashion. The stylish cuts of these dresses keep up the modern edge while the traditional gota work adds ethnic elements to these outfits.
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The first one is a beautiful piece in red and white with a continuous bordering in embroidery work. The blood red dupatta is also flanked by a matching embroidered border. The second one is a beautiful fusion and is exclusively for the new-age leggy lash, who prefer to flaunt their slim long limbs. The boot cut pants are quite a rage these days instead of typical churidaars or salwars and they do full justice to this outfit for the modern element. The kurti is smartly designed with full sleeves adorned with lavish floral pattern motifs flanked by a light sea-green bodice to give a twist to the look.
The third one being completely similar to the first one in terms of design and work, except for the color combination. The pink with purple shade gives luxury look to this outfit.
Now I have some splendid outfits, which would give you a royal feel. Continue scrolling!
This dark blue robe-like free-flowing anarkali is one of its kind. The number looks so glamorous that it can easily passe for a royal attire. The outlandish design of this dress is accentuated with a kaftan-style free-flowing fabric from the back with a huge beautiful embroidery motif on the bodice. The front design is kept suede with similar intricate neck design. The dupatta is equally beautiful with embroidered patchwork on the edging.
Here is another similar free flowing outfit, yet in different shade. The pink shade flanked by lacework on both the side profiles with a free flowing gown design renders glamorous touch to the dress, thereby making the wearer have a celebrity feel.
I just love this double shaded green anarkali. It speaks high of fashion in a classy way. The major highlight of this outfit is the huge pendant clinging to the chest supported by multi-strands of metal beads. The embellishment resembles a royal layered necklace, being smartly attached to the dress..
The neck design is extremely stylish with a broad brocade design. And similar wide embroidery border with kundan work keeps you away from any kind of neckwear. This anarkali is already embellished, so you can keep the accessories to minimum except for a statement pair of jhumkas or kundan studded earrings.
Here is another similar anarkali set but in different color. This double-shaded purple anarkali is equally attractive and can go with any occasion or event. Did you notice the dupatta, the way it is wrapped around one sleep? It partially plays the role of the a flowing robe.
All these numbers are available at our store. Do let me know which one you are scoring upon!