2019 was a versatile year as far as styling trends and techniques go. We saw a major 80s comeback with pleated pants, bold neon colors and winged eyeliner (which by the way never goes out of style). Nostalgia hit us hard from the early 2000s when hair accessories like pearl clips and iridescent bags started making rounds this past year. In this digital age where the vast majority of the population is heavily inspired by Instagram bloggers/influencers and celebrities, to give you some better ideas for upcoming year, Tasneem Shamim, the leading makers of gorgeous designer lawn in Pakistan, has listed down some of the top Pakistani fashion trends that you should definitely look forward to in 2020:


Heavily inspired by Syra Shahroze’s long maroon kurti at one of her family functions, we all know this is not something new. But a lot of you will agree that a lovely ankle long kurti paired with a pair of cigarette pants or palazzos will never disappoint.


This has been coming for a while, but the dupatta is BACK on the fashion scene. Designers like Mohsin Naveed Ranjha have definitely shown some love to this fashion statement. (Saba Qamar’s beautiful blue pishwas and statement dupatta from the tv show Cheekh).


Huda Kattan’samazing hair game has had us drooling over her styling sense in addition to her makeup. Pearl clips, chunky flip clips, and statement worded clips are a BIG YES for 2020 baby.


The dramatic false eyelash trend proves the beauty world is ready to be bold again. Take an idea from your favorite celebrities, we are calling it: 2020 is officially the year of over-the-top, freakish lashes.


Khussas never go out of style. It can be chosen up for highlighting your overall appearance with the fashionable strokes. You can set it with the western taste by placing it in the company of jean and top or a full traditional kameez by means of tights and a long dupatta.


Believe me, this is a perfect choice for creating a lovely OOTD. This color can be matched with other pastels, as well as neutral hues. No matter if you are a young girl or classy lady, there are various easy ways to make these ethereal light hues work for you. Lawn pastel shalwar kameez or pastel shadi joras both are a huge hit.


Not confusing this with hair fringes, this clothing style has been adding light both in casual wear and formal wear. Fringe lining on your everyday lawn kurti to your peplum wedding shirt will never disappoint.

Since, we are talking about fashion, throw a look at Tasneem Shamim’s all new festive collection of 2019. Don’t forget to check out our website for all variants and place an order for the latest Pakistani suits 2019 from Tasneem Shamim.