Pakistani Designer Dress: Spotting Celebrities in Gharara Pants

Pakistani fashion evolves every other day, and comes up with the latest Pakistani designer dress. The targeted innovation are the shirts mostly. Then comes the pants, shalwars and trousers. They are also the center of innovation when it comes to the latest fashion trends.

In those trends, gharara pants, a Pakistani design dress is the most inn, and famous attire. It gives a look that is refreshing, cultural and attractive at the same time. It contrasts the typical pants that are mostly worn, and completely opposite of the most loved leggings. Paired with shirts that are short in length, these gharara pants look beautiful. Especially when we talk about events that require a formal and festive dressing.

Getting rid of all those tulip pants trends, this is the must have in town. Last Eid was all about the tulip pants, which looked very cool during the summers as well. Later moving on to gharara pants, which lead to several designers coming up with this trend, adding a contemporary twist to the designs of the traditional ghrara pants.

Here are a few trendy gharara pants designs that have been worn by most of our favorite celebrities as well. They provide an unmatched grace and ethnicity.

Pakistani Dress Designs

What is a gharara pant?

The gharara pant is a wide legged trouser, pleated towards the knee into a design or has a lace stitched on it. Although the traditional gharara pants are mostly reserved for occasions that are formal, specifically brides, the new trends enables women to wear them all year round. Be it a formal or a casual occasion, interchanging the fabric. They work with both formal and semi formal tunics, shirts and tops. It is not wide from all angles likes the traditional gharara. Instead it is very sleek towards the thigh area, just like a bell bottom pant. with pleats that are more refined and silhouettes that are more lean. The ruched knee design is usually accentuated by the use of lace, providing an extra fit to the pants. The longer they are, the better. If your gharara pant ain’t dragging on the floor, then it is not the trendiest!

Ayeza Khan in Faiza Saqlain

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The first on our list is the ever gorgeous Ayeza Khan. Faiza Saqlain really knows how to make drool worthy clothing. Her all white outfit adds charm and grace to the attire. And the matching one that her daughter is wearing, is the cutest thing ever. Since she wore it for a traditional event, she has her dupatta wrapped around the head. But in case you do not want to do that, you can skip that part. Keeping it simple, she is wearing silver chandelier earrings with her clothes. She looks super stunning no doubt! Well, she is beautiful inside out otherwise as well, and a fit as ever mom of two adorable kids. An inspiration for most of the women of Pakistan!

Aiman Khan in Zahra Ahmad

Too glam to give a damn✨

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One of the adorable twins, Aiman Khan made quite an impression wearing these gharara pants. If you look closely, her gharara pants are dragging on the floor, basically trendy AF! She looks ethereal in this outfit. Especially the pink color, with a gold and white cotton gharara block printed, that makes her look even better. The design of the dress is what Maria B does best, providing class and elegance that cannot be matched.

Minal Khan in Rang Ja

upping her game, the other twin, Minal Khan is wearing a traditional gharara pant from Rang Ja. Adding color to her white clothes, with just a little bit of multi colored lace. The length of her shirt is short, with beige emroidery, which adds elegance and class to her outfit. The matching tones for the shirt and pants adds a touch of glamour and much more to her outfit.

Urwa Hocane in Mohsin Naveed Ranjha

 

Urwa Hocane, farhan Saeed’s wife, can wear a gharara everywhere and anywhere. The elder sister of the Hocane family knows how to carry herself in this traditional yet classy outfit. Her choice of gharara pants and shirts looks ethereal, and the credit definitely goes to all her designers who make the Pakistani designer dress.

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