Fashion

Enchantment of The Fall Fashion *Guest Post*


I am a winter child therefore the start of Autumn stirs up a happiness in me and I can’t wait for the cool breezy wind to take over the hot humid weather in Karachi. Hot coffee, blanket and wearing cozy clothes is my favorite part, also, it’s the time when we can actually go for some western inspired looks as layering doesn’t immediately shoots our temperatures, lol. Since, we are already walking the Fall road, here is a guest post by Shaheen Chisti where she has highlighted about what’s in fashion for fall and how Pakistani women can pull together an outfit effortlessly. Scroll down and read away! :)



2016 has been a surprising year when it comes to a swift of fashion trends. Anticipating the chilly weather has been quite a thrill; fall arrives with a complete change in our lifestyle. The new season alters our daily routine, struggling to keep ourselves warm. A fresh weather brings in the changes in how we carry ourselves, women ensemble their desires to be portrayed on their apparels. Especially after a long and hot summer, fall is awaited keenly to satisfy to shop till you drop. Embracing the cool breeze with excitement, you can be creative with your styling not letting go of the upcoming drift. A modern woman seeks a dress that reveals her inner goddess, embarking a strong possession of the latest trends.

Pakistani women are renowned for their exhibition of fashion, allowing different styles every upcoming season to stay updated. Both eastern and western attires are opted to adorn in the fall season, welcoming thicker fabrics and darker shades for a subtle setting. Women look forward to variation, maintaining a personal and professional wardrobe at its finest.

To dress traditionally is not as easy as it looks, a detailed search begins in your closet for the cotton and linen clothes. Materials like khaddar, chikankari, silk and chiffon approach a trialing of captivating designs and patchwork, presenting an indefinable class.

dress

With long sleeves and multiple embellishments, it gives an idyllic moment to flaunt. The vogue of short and medium shirts has been constant this year, being an active part of summer and fall as well. The off-shoulder, zip locking and angrakha styles have been raging among women accompanied by a pair of shalwar, cigarette pants or plazzos.

pant

Adding in the essence of Pakistani culture, printed duppatas blend well with a tulip shalwar along a lacey finishing or embellishments on the edges. The abstract art and floral digital prints are greatly admirable for a vibrancy embedded on silk. With a set of unique execution techniques, digital prints look chic on long shirts as well. This year has set up a higher standard of diversity with a number of styles to adapt. Introducing Peplum tops has been exciting, it’s a perfect formal attire for greeting this fall season with joy. From a formal dinner to a wedding, these are highly popular these days with a blingy touch to it.

choker

With a revival of 90’s look among women, there is a slight twist. Accessorize yourself with chokers, mini bags and darker make up for a fashionable fall season.

Fall is definitely the best time to shop, thanks to the upcoming sales for a satisfying shopping free. With an access to online shopping, Black Friday is looked for bundle discounts and offers. So, make the most of the chilly wind and begin with experimentation!

Written By: Shaheen Chisti



Thanks to Shaheen for a put together, thoughtful post! I think I am all for chokers this season. I can’t wait to order some more chokers or even create some myself. What about you?

 

Lots of Love and Good luck! Adios :) xx

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