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New Fashion Trends in Pakistan

by Safwa Brand

As the old cliché goes - new year, new start.

Are statement sleeves here to stay? These are just some of the few big fashion queries we have as we get comfortable with 2017.

While we shared what trends you should bid farewell to this year earlier, now here's our guide to what you should be wearing. Take notes now, ladies.

1) Statement sleeves

We love an outfit with a dabble of difference and the statement sleeve is what's caught our attention these days.

These vintage-inspired pieces have emerged as a durable trend in recent months; we love this one especially because it's easy to wear and comfortable.

2) Neon

The 80s are coming back in a big way. At least that's what we gathered from looking for inspiration at New York Fashion Week 2016. Splashes of electric neon colours were popping up everywhere there, on streetwear to slips.

Just remember, a little goes a long way, No matching neon separates please!

We spotted hints of neon at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week earlier last year in everyone's collection, from Nomi Ansari to Ali Xeeshan and Sana Safinaz. Go splurge and get on trend.

3) Bold earrings

Things that garner Instagram likes: decadent, over-the-top ear candy that’s worth its weight in social media gold.

Not over big, bold statement earrings yet? Fortunately, larger than life baubles are still very much on trend.

4) Bomber jackets

The bomber recently took over the fashion world but this year, it's back with a new twist in unusual colors and fresh silhouettes. Whether oversized or embroidered, it’s all about the details in 2017.

Throw one on over a simple white tee and ripped jeans, and you're set. Bonus points if you're rocking one with your name on it, like Maya Ali (pictured above).

5) Metallics

In the immortal words of Rihanna, shine bright like a diamond.

Every now and then, we see outfits on the red carpet injected with a shot of glitz thanks to some flashy, not trashy, twists on the metallic trend and we love it.

by Safwa Brand