Slay in Monochrome Outfits from Pakistani Dress Designers

A monochromatic outfit is a conveniently stylish way to look different. It’s relatively easy to dress in monochromatic style, however, certain fashion pitfalls require a little guidance and same is the case while selecting a single colour to cover yourself up from head to toe. Textured or printed dresses with same colour can also be statement-making ensembles and help you in looking über-chic. A tonal or monochromatic dressing is also making waves in the Pakistani fashion industry.
The notion of ‘one tone’ dressing can seem a little daunting if you haven’t tried it before, but it is way easier than trying to see if two colours compliment each other or if the prints you have opted for are clashing or matching. Picking a single hue and building your entire dress around it is relatively simple.

All White by Tenna Durrani

This all-white dress with crisp ivory pure organza peplum has been detailed with one of a kind 3D embroidered scalloping. It can easily be paired with classic wardrobe staple and precious jewellery for a luncheon or even a birthday party.

Red Oxide by Zainab Chottani

This red-oxide look in a glamorous in organza shirt finessed with intricate embroidered borders in shades of red and Swarovski buttons. The looks gets finer with a classic all red shalwar and net dupatta.

Majestic Magenta by Deepak Parwani

This luscious magenta coloured A- symmetrical cotton silk shirt with cutwork, embroidered cuff paired with heavily embroidered cutwork boot-cut pants that enhance the monochrome magenta shirt.

An All Grey by Nomi Ansari

An all grey silk georgette shirt with button detailing by Nomi Ansari comes with raw silk pants to get a chic outlook.

Modern Forest Green by Elan

A modern forest green, cropped bolero-style jacket is made from grip and features black 3D flowers on the shoulder side of the jacket and is accentuated with a fabric belt. Dress it up or down, this ensemble can surely take you from day to night without any extra effort.

All Black can Never Go Wrong & Same is the Case with Ammara Khan’s NERO

This special almost all black line of Tunics & Pants is one of its kind designer collection by a Pakistani dress designer ‘Ammara Khan’. The collection features perfectly tailored outfits for a sophisticated and elegant all-black look. The shirts from NERO are ‘must-have’ monochrome blacks in your wardrobe :

Flowy Tent-Style

This flowy’ tent’ style shirt in a breezy linen fabric has intricate cutwork details on the front, hem and sleeves. Scalloped neckline and sleeves with hand-embroidered motifs are details that add perfect detail to the all black glory of this outfit.

Boxy A-Line Shirt

This boxy all black A-line silhouette is stitched with an assortment of Chikan fabrics and a delicate French knotted floral motif completes the neckline of this shirt. Beautiful laces are added to further increase the elegance of this tunic.

All these monochromatic outfits are inevitable options to be considered if you are looking to make an effortless style-statement. Also, you can easily pair these with single coloured stoles or scarfs without any hassle.

Fakiha Hassan Rizvi is a digital media enthusiast and a freelance writer. She is an avid reader and is an admirer of ‘creativity’.

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