Winter is coming… & with it are all the winter collections for us to stay warm and classy at the very same time. Kayseria just launched their Winter 2016 collection; a comprehensive style statement for the new season.
The Winter collection is a symbol of luxury & finesse with iconic Wool blend and herring bone shawls in printed versions that are both feminine and evergreen. The dyed & embroidered shawls with intricate patterns celebrate the beauty and intricacy of Kashmiri hand embroidered shawls.
There’s a plethora of fabric that you can choose from, the traditional options include; Cotton Karandi, Finer Cambric, Linen or the differentiating Bamboo Modale, Cotton Viscose and Cotton Satin Prints. You can enjoy a wide range of digital prints and take creative liberties, pairing the embroidered single shirts with printed and embroidered shawls, available at all the Kayseria outlets.
This winter, Ladli makes a statement with fused woolen jackets and wraps in Khaddar, karandi, Cotton Viscose and Bamboo Modal. Little girls all over the country express their personal sense of style whether it’s folk, contemporary or fusion.
You can avail any piece you like online from their website -> Kayseria
I’d be showing you two easy yet chic ways to dress up in winters with a touch of both, eastern and western wear.
Shirt – OUTFITTERS
Belt – OUTFITTERS
Cardigan – FORESTBLU
JEANS – STONEAGE
SHOES – FORESTBLU
Pattern cardigans are pretty much in this season and that is exactly why I designed this outfit around one. This red, blue and white tribal print cardigan was my pick from FORESTBLU’s winter collection and so were these extremely comfortable Uggs. I cannot even explain how warm and comfy they’re, a total must have for this chilly season.
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For the second outfit I went for a eastern look :
Kurta – COCOBYZARASHAHJAHAN
Tights – HANGTEN
Khussas – From a local shop in Islamabad
I got this beige and green floral kurta from COCO BY ZARA SHAHJAHAN and I paired it with a skin colored tight from hang ten and a green plain khussa from a local shop. For a change I rope braided my hair on each side as I decided to also add some new hairstyles while doing these usual OOTD’s. Loved how the kurta was infused with both a floral and a geometrical pattern, this is what makes Zara Shahjahan distinct from other brands and is the main reason why I love it so much!
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