Trend Alert: Gharara Pants

Natasha Kundi

by Natasha Kundi

Exclusively for Studio by TCS

Pakistani fashion is ever changing. One minute we are going gaga over dhoti shalwars and the other moment we see ourselves running towards the tie up capris. This time Pakistani fashion industry has brought back an old trend that we completely forgot about. Yes, Gharara pants are back in fashion and they are all the rage in the fashion market right now. A lot of brands have come up with their version of Gharara pants. Some reintroduced the authentic Gharara and some perked them with a bit of changes here and there.

These flared bottoms have been adorned by many celebrities, fashion bloggers and icons throughout Pakistan. Designs by luxury brands like Sania Maskatiya Indian Net Embroidered Shirt with Raw Silk Gharara are the most raved about.

The everyday, casual brands have also come up with comfy Gharara pants. Gulabo Red Begum Cotton Viscose Lawn Gharara with a contemporary twist on the Gharara pants is our personal favourite. Its light, airy and the most comfortable garment you’ll ever put on.

Heavily embellished Ghararas in vibrant colours with choli have also been the show stopper at bridal week lately. New brides are opting for Ghararas more than the traditional lehnga now. Tena Durrani Red Embellished Velvet Jacket with Choli & Heavily Embellished Gharara looks more flattering and modern in Mehndi than a lehnga. The best part about Gharara pants is that it adds length to your legs without looking extra.

This trend is not only limited to women. A lot of brands are selling Gharara pants for little girls as well. Enjoy the revival of this beautiful ethnic trend by shopping the trend at Studio by TCS and get it delivered to your doorstep.

About The Author

Natasha Kundi is a Top British Beauty & Fashion Blogger based in London. She is a regular contributor to the Award Winning Beauty Blog: ReallyRee.

Twitter & Instagram: @natashaklondon

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