Selecting the right gift in Pakistan for your friends is difficult because there are many factors to consider to avoid awkwardness. You should avoid risk in Pakistan, and communicate openly about exchanging gifts. In Pakistan sometimes it can be difficult to buy presents for your friends as you don’t find many things.
Here are some guidelines for shopping in Pakistan for your significant other during the holidays even if you can’t find the right thing:
Do not use “controversial” packaging for gifts. An example of controversial packaging is putting something notably cheaper, or something other than jewelry in a recycled Tiffany box.
Do take a friend along for shopping in Pakistan to keep you sane. When we are left alone to our own devices, we talk ourselves out of fine judgment.
Don’t go too big, or too small when buying a gift in Pakistan. The easiest way to avoid too big or small is to talk about it beforehand and maybe set budget limits.
Do discuss whether you’re exchanging gifts or not that year. If you started dating any time after September, you’re in that weird abyss of not knowing if you’re doing gifts for the holidays in Pakistan
Don’t give “get-a-clue” gifts in Pakistan. A “get-a-clue” gift is a gym membership, diet materials, etc to people you love.
Do triple check sizes on dresses in Pakistan. Women in Pakistan feel humiliated if you get them a size smaller as they think you are hinting on their size. Just do your homework and make sure you’re at least close.
Do communicate with their family members and friends for ideas for gifts. Not only will your friends appreciate that you took the time to research, you can do a little bonding with their family in the procedure.
Don’t give PG 13 gifts to friends in Pakistan.