We love how you guys make sure we never run out of content for our traditional monthly stalking. And let this be a reminder (not that you need one) of how obsessed we are with you and your style, especially when they meet in the form of GENERATION outfits.
From adding beautiful nosepins to catty glasses, keeping it practically minimalist to supplementing with a lush background, you guys manage to keep us on our toes! We owe you a tribute when you consistently make us, and yourselves, look so good. This is our humble way to show you how much you’ve inspired us. So let’s indulge in all the instagrams that left us wide-eyed this month!
Celebrity stylisit, Amal Qadri shakes things up by pairing a 60s inspired glasses, which give us serious Aubery Hepburn feels, with a dragon printed silk top from the Bangkok High collection by Ming. The drapey silhuette of the shirt playing an interesting contrast with the savvy cut of the glasses. Shop this top online and in stores: https://www.generation.com.pk/festive/k18051t.html
We are left starry eyed over Manaals fusion of the Thai Art kurta and a traditional nath, thought to originate from the Mughal era the gold of the nose pin complements the gold engravings of the Grand Palace of Thailand that are rendered in these prints.
This 70s Gauze dress is a wanderlusts dream come true as Rukhaya has portrayed. The eclectic motifs swirling the hemline accentuate the brightly painted buildings in the background as the funky design of the bag slung on her shoulders peddle the more romanticised aspects of travelling.
Model, Eman Suleman, showcases the everlasting classiness of Gulkand saris rightfully displaying how you can never really ever go wrong with a sari especially when you pair it with a sleek hairstyle and an ornate necklace.
Rida looks gorgeous in this Rangoli outfit, the floral background adds a delicate aesthetic to the overall beauty of her look. The rich maroon of this textured piece pairs harmoniously with Rida’s red lip and flowing locks; we couldn’t have done a better job.
Wajahat has managed to capture exquisitely the folklore elements which are essential to the Boho Gypsy line exquisitely. The softly luminous surroundings highlight this richly patterned piece while the low key nude tights and chappals add to that effect. The flared silhouette with its earthy colours boasts an organic simplicity.
Eman beautifully sells the #bighairdon’tcare philosophy and we are totally buying it as she looks charming and elegant in the flared and floaty piece from the Navajo Pottery collection. The muted tones of Eman’s bag and the bouquet of flowers add that oomph factor.