Since all fashion enthusiasts are releasing their list of approved or disapproved trends for the spring, we’re all set to suggest ours. With a wide variety of bold or even controversial trends among the Pakistani dress designs we choose to not go against off the shoulders or the tulips shalwars.
We agree that fashion has its own cost and a fashion conscious might end up giving up on comfort at some point be it during the cold or under the scorching sun. But when it starts questioning regarding what actually suits on each of us, other than our fashion reputation, additional measures need to be considered. For instance giving up on a few stitching styles that are not in our favor.
Umbrella sleeves sure are elegant but the grace isn’t reasonable when you’re surrounded with tasks that might hurt your spent expenses on the new trendy design. What possible disasters could those be, you’d most probably be aware of those. Accidently dipping the edges in sauce, or getting the A-line cuffs ripped in a hurry and many other possible fashion tragedies.
Detailed back neckline
It’s good to have tons of creative ideas running through the mind but implementing them all on just one dress won’t do justice to your style concepts. We like the detailed necklines as much as we like them being left plain with slight finishes. All the enchanting neckline designs would be fine as long as they’re limited to the front neckline only. Overemphasizing on the back neckline? A big no. We suggest you boycott detailing the back neckline and save the ideas for another dress.
Tights on fat girls
Tights sure are at benefit for having resemblance with the urban skinny jeans and of low maintenance that usually includes no obligation to iron them and suiting on different designs of kurtis. But everything comes with a flaw in disguise and in case of tights, the flaw reveals its identity on fat legs. Any non-pleasant trend should die and those that don’t go well on certain figures, skin tones and personalities. The reason of bulging legs is sound enough for the chubby ladies to replace their tights with straight trousers.
Too much frills
Frills are fun as long as applied at a sophisticated extent and worn by slimmer body shapes. Since large size dresses are not the ideal size chart for frills, adding more visualized fat than narrowing it.
The color match and contrasts too play a big part which is absolutely undeniable. Well, different concepts come by and fade. Some take longer some just get diminished soon enough. In our idea, the prevailing color trend of contrast per each fabric of the outfit among the trending casual wears isn’t our favorite. How about we all stick to what actually looks good to the eyes rather than falling for the bold designer’s approved trends only.