Pakistan is draped in white this winter. The season has witnessed the fashion scene enveloped in the captivating elegance of pure white. From bridal wear to pret and even in casual clothing, white has been the winner this season as most designers have incorporated the colour in their collection and even brides have opted to wear it for their big day.
The colour is a major trend, painting the country in a chic and timeless palette. The key to mastering the versatility of white lies in playing with textures, layers, and accessories. Experiment with lace, linen, or silk for added depth, and don’t shy away from bold accessories and contrasting patterns or embroidery to inject a pop of personality. From pristine palettes to chic layering, we’ve got the inside scoop on making white your fashion-forward companion. This week You! shares how to incorporate white into your closets, ensuring you radiate style and grace…
This floral crushed sharara is a sight for sore eyes this winter. With the print being the star of the show, the embellishments are kept to a minimum. The beautiful two-toned organza dupatta complements the intricate floral pattern very well.
Jumpsuits are the answer! Whether it’s for birthdays or anniversaries, bridal showers or a girl’s night. Easily dressed up with heels and heavy jewellery or dressed down with flats and minimalistic accessories, jumpsuits are the perfect outfit to wear. This pearl white ruffled off-shoulder jumpsuit is elegant, modern and classy. The golden sequins add the perfect touch of lavish-ness.
Take cue from Aymen Saleem’s wedding outfits. For her big day, she chose to wear a pure, cool-toned white lehenga choli adorned generously with silver gemstones. She paired it with heavy gold and emerald jewellery. The cool toned white with the sparkly stonework along with the heavy contrasting gold jewellery was a vision to remember.
Minimalism has been a trend for quite some time now and no one does it better than Zara Shahjahan. This milk white ensemble is enriched with thick Kashmiri karhai on the front panels of the kameez and the sleeve. The silhouette of the suit is modern while the needlework is purely traditional. This amalgamation not only balances the piece but makes it a must have in your closet.
This extravagant snow-white dress embellished with three-dimensional bronze work is a sight for sore eyes. The mix of the cool toned snow and the warm bronze is an out of the box design but the gold and bronze belt tied it perfectly together with the heavy bordered duppatta. A perfect choice for your engagement or reception.
The fashion icon, the trendsetter and the ever-lovely Mahira Khan, chose to wear pastel white dress with complementing ivory and muted gold intricate design and a variety of embellishments including sequins and stonework. The lehenga choli was modern and traditional simultaneously, capturing the hearts of everyone who saw her walk down the aisle.
Saree is as sophisticated and elegant as it gets. This raw chanderi cotton saree, covered in chikankari in all cream white is a sight to behold, paired with a contrasting maroon sequined blouse adding a burst of colour. These six yards of grace is a winter wedding essential.
Short kameez with straight shalwar is back with a bang! Returning after years, the short kameez is all the rage again. This daisy white suit covered in dull gold and bronze kora dabka is exquisite. The frilly sleeves, the pop of colour on the bottom of the shalwar, all tied together with a fantastic fuchsia duppatta breaking the monotony of the suit. Perfect for a dholki or a night out with the family, this jora is the ultimate comeback and breakaway from the one colour theme.
This porcelain white organza kameez is the epitome of grace. The kameez self-printed in a monotonous colour adds a depth to the suit without it being overpowering and gauche. Suave and refined, the single thread tassels on the sleeve add the perfect amount of fancy without drawing attention away from the wonderful white of the jora.