If your outfit already has a bright tone, use a subdued or solid colored coat to bring it out. Make your coat part of your dress. Even if it covers your outfit before you take it off, it needs to be part of the look. Think of your coat as the wrapping for your wonderful winter clothes, the package. If you’re top-heavy, choose a coat with designs low on the coat to draw interest away from your top.
In the past few seasons we have observed a silhouette change in coats fashion in Pakistan. Pyramid A-line trapeze shapes, armorial futurist space age looks, and cocoon fashions have all been ways to manipulate volume looks in Pakistan. Softer versions of coats hit the high street in Pakistan, but the influence is there in the fashion trends.
This winter in Pakistan the new silhouettes we looked at in key looks, are each developing a more architectural sculptured contour. Designers in Pakistan are playing with fabric folds, and the fit, flare and shaping of garments in novel ways for coats.
If you do one thing to jump start your fall and winter wardrobe in Pakistan, invest in a brightly colored coat. Black and neutrals are still popular but bright color coats have taken on a life of their own in Pakistan fashion.
Especially popular are rich shades of red and purple with luscious berry variations such as rich raspberry, bright blueberry, and various shades of pink and maroon for coats in Pakistan. A brightly colored coat can add new life to neutral and monochromatic outfits. It’s a piece that’ll make you feel good every time you put the coat on.
Look for coats that are daring and outspoken and let your coat do all the talking with trends of buttons, A-line coats, high waisted styles, strong shoulders and leather as all these styles are in fashion in Pakistan.
If your outfit already has a bright tone, use a subdued or solid colored coat to bring it out. Make your coat part of your dress. Even if it covers your outfit before you take it off, it needs to be part of the look.