Ready, Set, Summer: Unleash Your Inner Fashionista With GulAhmed’s Summer Essential Collection 2023!

Hey there, fashion mavens! It’s time to unleash your inner style diva with GulAhmed’s Summer Essential Collection 2023! Trust us, this Lawn Collection 2023 is hotter than the summer sun and has over 200 designs to choose from!

Whether you’re into embroidered or printed lawn suits, this collection has got you covered with its 2-piece and 3-piece suits, available in different dupatta options. And the fabric? It’s like a soft summer breeze on your skin – breathable, durable, and super comfortable!

And let’s not forget the colors! They’re so bright and lively, you’ll be turning heads all summer long! And did we mention that the non-fade colors will keep your lawn suits looking fresh and new for days to come? Yasss!

So, whether you’re a shopaholic who loves in-store shopping or an online guru, you can get your hands on these amazing outfits. With PKR 99 delivery charges within Pakistan and a 30-day exchange policy, you really can’t go wrong with these lawn suits!

Fazia Saqlain Festive Collection ‘Nira’ Price Pictures

Fazia Saqlain Festive Collection ‘Nira’ Price Pictures. Sajal Aly, the embodiment of grace and beauty in the entertainment industry, has consistently captivated hearts with her acting prowess and undeniable charm. Not only is she known for her exceptional talent, but she also exudes elegance and style that leaves a lasting impression. As she adorns herself in Faiza Saqlain’s latest wedding unstitched festive ensembles Nira, her radiant aura truly shines, making her a fashion icon worth celebrating.\

Crafted to perfection the Faiza Saqlain ensemble is impeccably hand embroidered by the finest artisans, while the ornate dupatta lends a delicate, feminine flair to the outfit. The soft, powder-pink hue adds a true touch of royalty. Ahin reflects the dynamic versatility of refined craftsmanship and unparalleled quality. The statement gharara set is attentively detailed by hand with tilla and sequins interspersed intricately across the Korean Raw silk shirt and gharara. The majestic emerald green ensemble of Faiza Saqlain is complemented by the embroidered organza dupatta, elevating the look to perfection.

Iffat Omar believes Uorfi Javed’s fashion choices are her own

During a recent guest appearance on Mohsin Abbas Haider’s talk show, Public Demand, Iffat Omar shared her thoughts on Uorfi Javed’s fashion sense. The fashion-model-turned-actor was asked about her opinion on Indian television and social media star Uorfi Javed’s notoriously eccentric and provocative dressing.

Iffat, who is known to hold strong but mostly progressive opinions, was quick to assert that it’s Uorfi’s decision how she chooses to dress and while she herself would never indulge in similar fashion choices, she still believes that Uorfi should have the freedom to wear whatever she wants.

The host posed the question to Iffat in a humorous, almost derogatory manner, referring to Uorfi as a ‘species’ from across the border. However, Iffat did not take the bait and refused to jump on the bandwagon to ridicule a peer in the entertainment industry. When asked “How do you view Uorfi Javed’s fashion sense? Does it even fall under fashion?”, Iffat replied, “Woh meray type ka fashion nahi hai tou main tou nahi karoon gi. Par main uski burai kyun karoon? (It’s not my type of fashion, so I would never dress like that. But why should I criticise her?)”.

Mohsin further prompted her, asking “Fashion kay naam par kuch bhi karna jaaiz hai? Matlab fashion kay koi parameters hain? Koi do’s and don’ts hain yah nahi hain? (Is it justified to do anything in the name of fashion? Does fashion have any parameters? Are there any do’s and don’ts in fashion, or no?)”

To this, Iffat gave a very smart and politically correct response, “Do’s and don’ts kuch tou hotay hain lekin who main yah aap tou nahi decide karain gay. (There are some do’s and don’ts in fashion, but neither you nor I have the power to decide what those are).”

She also went on to assert that everyone has their own distinct fashion sense and their own likes, dislikes, and preferences when it comes to fashion, and that no one should have the right to dictate someone else’s fashion choices or personal style.