Fashion & Color Trends 2014 in Pakistan | Spring Summer Trends of Lawn Prints

Today Clothing has arranged a trends watch of pakistani fashion industry; in which, we are going to explain that which color is "IN" and which Fashion is "OUT" in spring / summer 2014. Fashion industry of Pakistan seems to be vigorous, creative and effectual as compare to western fashion market from last few year, On the other hand women's are more conscious about trends and self-confident to compete with digital era by experimenting playful colors with desi, modern of classy styles. Girls are very lusty for fashion and wants to carry fashion in dreamy style; so for those we have brought a most remarkable spring summer 2014 trends in various mode. From the powerful spikes of classics to use of Folk heritage, Desi Satrangi shades to bold hues, Digital printing to block printing, Chunri tye and dye to innovative machines prints, Drop Corner Dresses to Tail Dresses, desi kurta to contemporary sleeveless dresses everything is in fashion with leggings, tights, skinny jeans, jeans and mughal churidar. Let's start with Colors trends for Lawn Prints

Color Trends 2014 in Pakistan

According to Pantone Fashion Color Report 2014,  15-3920 Placid Blue, 16-3823 Violet Tulip, 15-6114 Hemlock, 16-0000 Paloma, 15-1225 Sand, 14-0852 Freesia, 18-1651 Cayenne, 17-1360 Celosia Orange, 18-3224 Radiant Orchid, and 18-3949 Dazzling Blue has been announced as global trend. But in Pakistan, This season sizzling colors are in like Emerald, Pinks, blues, yellow, graceful white / off-white, orange, purple, magenta, red, black and rainbow / Satrangi as Lawn Prints Spring/Summer Trends. Believe me! supporting these shades and carrying with confidence isn't easy; but right way of blending can give you flaunt as well center of attention looks. lively, joyful, balanced, luxurious, sophisticated, classic and elegant folk prints can easily carry these shades to help women's to beat the heat with scorching colors and sparky trends. In subcontinent fashion diary we can add a touch of glamour in colours by unique insight of shiny, shimmery, digital and crystal shine prints. Now let's talk about printing patterns of the year.

Trends of Lawn Prints 2014

This season fashion designers has took modern twist in printing patterns; like designer has inherited the eastern composition of patterns merged in vivid patterns with versatility to travel the trends and cross the global boundaries. Here is the reference of famous patterns; which has been introduced by top giants of fashion of Pakistan like Gul ahmed fashion, House of Ittehad, Sobia Nazir Designer, Alkaram Textiles mills, Lakhani Silk mills, Sana Safinaz, Kamal Lawn by Elan, Elan Lawn by Zara Shahjahan etc.
Beside of Prints and colors, This season a great turn has been seen in fashion phenomenon. More or less clean cuts are more famous toward tricky trims, Interesting angel that has diverted the attention. Moreover; Tail dresses and drop corner shirts, intricate embroidered, folk heritage inspired with glorious impacts of Pakistani traditional cut-work, ralli, applique, tassels sort of attire has took the attention.

Satrnagi Dresses

Fashion 2014 in Pakistan

Satrangi, rainbow, birds, nature, flower and leaves influenced has gained popularity with borders and contrasted scheme. Aside from traditional Salwar kameez, Frocks Churidar, Anarkali, Kurtis, Tunics, Angrakha, long shirts, short shirts, U shape daman, V shape kameez, and funky flavored dresses has impressed the girls with Chunri prints, block prints and Printed to embroidered leggings.
Here are the most impressive trends of the year.

Traditional Pakistani Dress VS Western Dress

Kurtis Trend for Spring/Summer 2014

Sobia Nazir Dresses Vs Sana Safinaz Trends

Clean Cuts Fashion & Color Trends 2014

The Trends of Drop Corner Dresses / Tail Dresses

Folk Art Inspiration on Fashion 2014

Printed and Embroidered Tight / Leggings

Classical Prints Styles 2014

Chunri Prints Vs Block Prints

Latest Spring Summer Trends of Fashion & Color -14

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