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November 25th, 2017

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Weather is usually the deciding factor when it comes to choosing an appropriate ensemble for the day. When summer comes, the season is dictated by little more than sizzling heat and the desire to stay as cool as possible. For the fashionable female, it can prove quite a challenge finding that perfect outfit – the one that looks as effortlessly chic as possible but is sensible enough to wear in a hot climate.

Best wear in summer is Lawn. Romantic dressing of the 60’s is coming in as a breath of fresh air this season in summer trend. Garara, Pishwaz, Angarakha, Chooli are being worn as everyday wear now. Cotton Garara looks and feels great to wear.

For Office, it’s either a nicely tailored lawn Shalwar Kamiz or an attractive lawn kurtas. Dupatta is no longer an element of veil but a delicate symbol of femininity. Jeans and fashion trousers are making there way in but the gorgeous look of long kameez and qulut salwars are all the rage as well. Fashion is moving toward stylish and elegant femininity. Long  shirts  of floral prints is a summer fashion must have. Feel cool this summer with these prints. Embroidery and crochet are nice touches to include as well. Leopard prints in lively colors are present in this summer trend, too. Bold, colorful prints make a fashion statement at any exceptional occasion! Satin shells are fashion testimonial which is must have for women of all body shapes and sizes

. Wearing these  has become a style statement for fashion conscious people.  The summer trend is clearly evident in cloth shops and exhibitions held at different hotels. Various Fashion designers like Sobia Nazir, Soniya Batlla, SanaSafinaz, Kamiyar Rokni, V9 of Vaneeza Ahmed, Salina Wardah and Maria B have come up with innovative and colourful patterns  in their collection.

Apart from these lawns, Gul Ahmed, Al Karam Fabrics, Firdous, Lakhani, Bareeze and others have also launched their collection by incorporating their abstract and floral designs with laces, sequins, intricate embroidery techniques to create a vibrant line. Their innovative and fresh approaches towards their collection with chiffon dupattas have created waves in general public.

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