Pakistani designers have definitely made their mark locally as well as internationally. We are more updated to the world fashion than ever before. The trick of picking out contemporary cuts and blending them with local fabrics and work is really working out. The dresses look all the more trendy and yet traditional to some extent, the duo is great. Sofia Lari Eid Winter Collection 2011 is defines the same trick. The colors which seem to be in are magenta’s, deep purple and colorful dresses.
The new trends have also changed the color preferences, these days the colors are not specifically bound to the season only. SoiaLari’s collection has also introduced checks in a dress with plain sleeves which seems to be very trendy. Threads and Motifs Collection 2011 is more of a traditional feel. The colors chosen are bright pinks, blacks and purples mostly. The dresses are embroided with the traditional motives. The collection is perfect for formal evening wear as well as weddings if worn with heavy accessories.
The collection shows that magenta, plum and bright pinks are the colors for winter outfits 2011. The Gul Ahmad Winter Collection 2011 is also off the mark, the collection is beautiful. It leaves behind the concept of seasonal colors as the collection includes a lot of summery colors but in linen and warm fabric. The collection comprises of colors like turquoise, white, mustards, blues and many more. The motives are eastern as well as floral. Apart from traditional winter outfits 2011 there is also a range of western clothes for winter 2011. These outfits include coats and sweater as well. Local brands such as Stoneage, Outfitters, Crossroads and Breakout are providing high class trendy western winter clothes. The collection is fabulous and electric blue seems to to be winter color 2011.
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