Amp up your party wear look – Follow these tips to steal the limelight of the show
Every woman loves to get dressed up with the right amount of bling on her outfit and makeup as well as accessories so that everyone would compliment her. So, here are some of the tips that can make you the centre of attention at an event, but for all the right reasons.
The usual party wear consists of embroidered and embellished shirts and trousers as well as maxis. But you can elevate your normal party wear just by adding unique cuts like asymmetrical hemline that looks great if done the proper way.
In the picture below, you can see a long frock style net maxi with an asymmetrical hemline in a pastel colour. The bodice is embellished and embroidered whereas the lower portion is simple and plain which brings the attention to the asymmetrical hemline detail. Pair it up with narrow straight pants of the same colour.
Such beautiful cuts can be found on dresses at Threads n Motifs and Sana Safinaz.
Bright Coloured Angrakha with Sharara Pants
Bright colours always seem to catch our eyes. Vibrant coloured embellished shirts with angrakha styling can be paired up with wide sharara pants embellished at the edges along with a plain dupatta so that the focus remains on the aesthetic colour of the shirt.
This chic magenta angrakha is embellished with gold coloured gota embellishment along with hot pink flared pants and cutwork gota border. Gota, although a decades old fashion item, it has been revived and is being seen on a lot of designer dresses including the one that Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, the daughter of Former President of Pakistan; Asif Ali Zardari, wore at her Walima Ceremony.
Such beautiful party wear dresses are available at Zainab Chottani, Zahra Ahmad and Sha Posh.
Gold Jacquard Prints
Gold Jacquard Prints look extremely beautiful on semi formal party wear dresses. Be it simple embroidered shirt or an ankle length maxi; gold jacquard print on the hemline of the shirt or the edges of dupatta looks great.
As you can see in the picture above, gold print on the hemline of pastel pink flared long frock, on the edge of dupatta as well on the sleeves of ivory cream coloured long maxi and on the hemline of dark burgundy flared and pleated medium length frock is looking extremely gorgeous.
Even though the rest of the dress is fairly simple and plain, it is the gold print that is elevating the look in all three outfits. Such outfits can be paired with tights, narrow trousers or even flared pants like the ones in the burgundy outfit that have gota lace on them in gold.
Such gorgeous party wear dresses can be found at Asim Jofa, Limelight and Agha Noor.