As we are seeing in our news feeds and Instagram posts, Pakistan is very near to be the ‘next big thing’ in the tourism industry. Pakistan has so much to offer and if you are a fashion addicted, you will possibly fall in love with the traditional Pakistani dress and accessories which has been influenced by a variety of cultures. The exotic mixture of colors and spectacular creativity has led to the making of a huge range of clothing. Tasneem Shamim brings you a complete list of fashion items you need to buy for your next trip to Pakistan.

Khussa

The Khussa is a traditional handmade shoe, made from vegetable-tanned leather and beautify with little small mirrors and colorful beads. The shoes can be worn daily as they are pretty comfortable and perfect for any casual occasion.

Ajrak

How come you never got attracted to the Ajrak? Even though it’s just a shawl but the traditional Sindhi colors and designs give it a whole new look. It goes for both men and women, especially if you are wearing a black kurta shalwar.

Peshawari Chappal

Named after the great city of Peshawar, the Peshwari Chappal is famous among the Pashtuns and all over the country for its comfort and unique style. Even the English designer, Paul Smith, tried to come with the same design but got criticized for copying and selling it under the price tag of £300, which is easily available in Pakistan the sandal costs as little as £15!

Bangles

Bangles never go out of style, either they are of metal or plastic. They are commonly worn on wedding days or even on casual events. Apart from any other jewelry, bangles are one of the most simple yet look beautiful on every woman’s hands.

Mehndi/Henna

No wedding can ever be complete without Mehndi. It is one of the ladies most favorite in Pakistan when it comes to decorating their hands and feet. A bride isn’t ready if her hands are not beautifully designed with henna, adding pure elegance to her overall beauty.

Pashmina Shawl

Pashmina means ‘Soft Gold’ in Kashmiri, it is a handspun colorful Shawl made from priceless cashmere fibers, creating a lovely soft and beautiful wrap that will brighten up your wardrobe.

Shalwar Kameez

The traditional Pakistani shalwar kameez is famous around the world, worn by both men and women, and is known as a national dress of Pakistan. The Shalwar is a loose, airy, and comfortable trouser. The Kameez is a long tunic, made to be worn both casually and formally. This outfit revolutionized especially for the women when the Pakistani lawn designers brought detailed embroidery and sequence work in the market, made ladies go crazy to get their hands on the latest designer lawn in Pakistan. You would see women flaunting beautifully designed lawn suits during festive occasions, which was once considered to be only for normal everyday wear.

Sherwani

For a royal look, men wear the Sherwani, mostly on their wedding day. It is a long garment originally worn by the Mughal royalty, and later adopted by our great Muhammad Ali Jinnah. In all this time, Sherwani hasn’t changed much except now would see some different variations of intricate embellishments and embroidery.

 

This is the time of the year when the latest lawn designs are coming out and the markets are filled with ladies, trying to get their favorites. If you want to save yourself from the hassle, visit Tasneem Shamim lawn online and find the best lawn suits of this summer 2019. Check out now!

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