Saturday, 17 November 2012

Pakistani Dress Designs

Source (Google.com.pk)
Pakistani Dress Designs Biography
Catwalk Event Management, Fashion Pakistan Week, Latest Pakistani Fashion, Pakistani Celebrities, Pakistani Fashion Weeks
Designer: Abdul Samad
Venue: PC, Karachi.

Abdul Samad came forward with a visionary Quaid's life inspired collection at Fashion Pakistan Week 2012 Day 4.

The collection showcased by Abdul Samad at Fashion Pakistan Week 2012 Day 4 was looking more a tableau on Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s style than a fashion showcase.

There was a wide range of dresses like suits, sherwanis, barrister like or the British man that Jinnah dressed of however, it failed to make any impact in its fashion. Though the endeavor was to be praised but at some other occasion may be. Also the fashion models were not graceful enough to hold the pride of Mr. Jinnah.

The official photographer for Abdul Samad Collection at Fashion Pakistan Week 2012 Day 4 was Tapu Javeri. Event organizer was Catwalk Productions, back stage by O21 Productions and PR was handled by Catalyst PR.


Pakistani women have variety of traditional dresses other than Shalwar Kameez but they mostly wear them in special occasions like Wedding, Engagement, Mehndi and other traditional ceremonies. Among these dresses Saris are very popular and its each design and color seems unique from the other e.g. Lehenga Style Sari. Lehenga is another popular dress which resembles with skirt but a typical traditional dress. Gharara and Sharara are two resembling dresses which are often used in ceremonies. Farshi Pajama is an old traditional dress which is worn occasionally. Laacha is worn in Eastern part of the country, its a dress which resembles with Dhoti from its lower part.

In regional clothing, Balochi women wear heavy embroided Shalwar Kameez and Dupatta according to the weather conditions. They wear Kameez full of heavy Embroided Shisha work. Sindhi costumes have different styles of embroidery and some women use Ajrak as Dupatta. these women also wear bangles in their traditional way. Punjabi women prefer lite embroidery on simple Shalwar Kameez or Kurta. Traditional Lacha and Bangles are also used. Paranda is the special traditional, colorful and unique Punjabi item which is used to tie the hair. Pathan women wear embroided Kameez with a farak with a heavy Dupatta.

By women's religious clothing we mean the dressing in which they try to cover all their body parts except face and hands while going outside from their home.Mostly women cover their heads with Dupatta or Chadar in outdoors but religious women prefer to wear Scarf, Burqa or Hijab and wear lose, long and full sleeve shirts.
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