High On Fashion

Confused as to what you want to don during the upcoming wedding season? Don’t fret! We have a few beautiful ideas for you to consider. Forget the rest and let organza and jamawar be the answer to your sartorial problems.

Don’t worry about the fabric not mixing in with the weather, keeping in view the air-conditioned wedding venues. You wouldn’t have to wear such heavy outifts for too long anyway, so don’t think too much and carry them off with confidence. China silk embossed with different patterns is the perfect partner for your statement shirts. The fabric adds a touch of luxury and elegance to the entire look and yet, does not steal focus from your statement seperates. Go for gharara pants for a twist to your usual looks and deviate to glam doll. Or opt for classic pencil trousers if you prefer straight, sleek silhouettes. If you are not the one to invest too much in your formal wardrobe, you can easily make different kinds of pants in matching and contrast with the same shirt to create different looks. Thus, you can save yourself from making separate outifts for Eid, too. Regular length and short shirts are ‘in’ this year, with more focus on statement sleeves that are popular these days. Don’t miss out on the spring vibe – go for colourful, floral designs on your shirt. A fan of pop art effect? Go for a deep base colour and add embroidery and embellishments on it using contrasting light hues. Keep your accessories to the minimum but go for statement pieces. Focus more on the granduer of the piece rather than wearing too many things at once. Tassle earrings, gem stone pieces and teardrop ones will help you achieve finesse. With anything that drops down too low, like tassles, you want to tie back your hair so you can show off the ear piece or it would just get tangled with your locks. With the rest, you can relax and let your tresses play with the air.

• Hair & make-up: Akif Ilyas
• Designer: Annus Abrar
• Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
• Photography: Yasser Sadiq
• Model: Sadaf Kanwal