Wedding Pakistani suits are dazzling and lovely! Have you ever bought one online and tried? You will be amazed by their patterns and intricate thread works. We personally believe that Indian dresses bring the best out of Asian women. Be it Indian sarees or Indo-Pakistani salwar kameez, every dress, if stitched and worn right can enhance the subtle and feminine features of a woman. And, it doesn’t matter if you are short, slim, tall or plump, you can carry off any Indian salwar kameez just as perfectly as a runway model.
So, this blog is specially curated for ladies who are petite or short. We are going to share some simple shopping tips for designer salwar kameez online so that you know how to style yourself and look tall.
Choose Darker Shades for Adding Height
One of the major factors of styling and fashion designing is creating illusions with fabrics. So, when buying online, try the darker colors, such as tan, maroon, black, and blue. Darker shades create an illusion of height and width. People look slimmer, fuller, taller wearing them. That being said, you should also keep a check on the embellishments – the lesser, the better.
Big Border is a No-No
The borders play an important role in enhancing your height. Always choose a short border (maximum 2 inches) when you are selecting your sarees and suits. Thick borders will take almost 20% of your outfit and make you look shorter.
Choose Fabrics that are Light
The best way to enhance your features is to choose fabrics that do so. The perfect choices should be velvet, georgette, chiffon, net, and lace. Soft cotton fabric will also be a good choice.
Also, when it is the sleeves, avoid puffed sleeves and sleeve that reaches the elbow line at all cost. For plump arms, full-sleeves or 3/4 sleeves should work.
Check the Kurti Length and Pajama Style
When getting your Pakistani suit stitched or customized online, increase the length of the kurti to two more inches. Short kurtis, leggings, and slacks – the entire combination will make you look chubby and short. Select Patiala or Punjabi pajama pants over leggings. And if you are wearing slacks, were them with long kurtis.