Latest Pakistani Frocks
Commonly ladies love to wear frocks on every event whether they are attending weddings and parties. This is true that many Pakistani designers have jumped in to offer all the ladies traditional plus modern look through frocks. Indian and Pakistani stylists are on the same track about frocks.
But if we look at difference then there is little bit variation only. When Pakistani designers displayed their collection in India and when they display here then this thing has been concluded always that fashion norms are the same across the border.
Some of the types of frocks are:
- Long Flared Frocks
- Angrakha Frocks
- Peplum Frocks
- Waist Belt Frocks
- Off-Shoulder Frocks
Long Flared Frocks
No matter fashion trends are changing, long flared frocks are still in fashion. Women have different options for its pairing like trendy frocks with churidar pajama, trouser, shalwar and tulip pants. Silk and net are the most favorite among women. So frocks of these fabrics are also in demand and highly suggested by stylists and designers for weddings and evening parties.
Angrakha frock is originated from Angrakha suits that serve a classic and chic look to all the ladies and girls of different ages. It is a fusion of various classical Indian vogue frocks Angrakha suit styles and plenty of alternative designs are opted by using laces and motifs to make them look outstanding among other kinds of dresses.
Peplum frocks are in fashion these days. Girls of all age groups love to wear for upcoming functions. A vast range of colors and designs are available by Pakistani designers for making your look gorgeous. Peplum frocks are being available in prêt wear so you will find it under one roof from embroidered shirts to peplum frocks.
Waist Belt Frocks
These frocks are perfect to wear for the wedding and party because it gives an elegant look. The waist belt frock is beautifully accustomed with a peplum or short frocks. They can be worn as a party wear dress or for casual wear.
This trend is famous in both Pakistan and India. It’s up to your choice whether you go for Angrakha style. With these off shoulders or try out some patches for enhancing the border. Choose fancy khussas or high heels for a cultured look.