High-fashion casual trends: Eastern splendor spirals, sarees this time!

High-fashion casual trends: Eastern splendor spirals, sarees this time!

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A saree is arguably the classiest outfit to don whether it be to a dinner or a wedding, it just never goes out of style.

However, the otherwise traditional saree has in recent times seen designers experimenting with it and replacing the petticoat with pants and shalwars and the blouse with crop tops giving it a contemporary and an ultra-modern twist.

The saree pant has been all the rage these days and certain Pakistani celebrities have been seen sporting the chic outfit way too flawlessly.

Fuss-free and easy to manage, we believe the saree pant may be a popular choice this wedding season and you can take inspiration from some of these fashionistas on how to style yours:

Mahira Khan

Pakistan’s sweetheart Mahira Khan makes every outfit look good and hits all the right style notes every time she steps out.

This time it was no different as the superstar boasted an all-white Elan saree pant which radiated class and glamour.

Not just the pant but the blouse also gives the outfit an edgy and contemporary twist.

This saree pant can be worn to a reception or a valima and you can dress it up with jewels like Mahira has.

Sonya Hussyn

Sonya Hussyn nails print on print in this Zara Shahjahan saree pant which roars high-fashion casual.

The floral blouse couples perfectly with the black and white striped pants.

The refreshing look which is perfect for the summer can be worn to a lunch or a tea.

Ayesha Omar

Ayesha Omar is arguably one of the most stylish Pakistani actresses and is always bang on trend.

The actor was recently seen in a printed Sania Maskatiya saree pant which she pulled off spectacularly.

Ayesha ditched the pants for a shalwar which made the outfit look more traditional. The royal blue blouse and shalwar added oomph to the printed white and olive-green saree which also talks high-fashion casual.

This outfit is ideal for a lunch, tea as well as a dinner or even a mayun/ dholki.

 

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