Hits and Misses: Pakistani Lawn 2018

Hey guys! As my Pakistani followers know, it’s that time of the year again … lawn mania! Although I don’t live in Pakistan, I still spend a lot of my time lusting after all the beautiful lawn outfits that have been popping up on my social media. This year, almost every major designer has stepped…

Going to Pakistan for the Wedding Season!

Okay, so this post was long overdue, but here it is! In August we found out one of my aunts was getting married! It was just so exciting for us because we love to attend Pakistani weddings, and the last one we attended was in 2012 😱 I immediately started planning for the trip, and…

The Five Best Songs from Coke Studio Season 10

Hi guys! I’m back with something a little different than what I usually do 🙂 . I really wanted to do a post about my favorite songs from Coke Studio Season 10. For those of you that don’t know, Coke Studio is a Pakistani TV show that features live music, created exclusively for the show. I’m…

Fashion Pakistan Week 2017 Winter Festive

Hi guys! I’m back with another fashion show review! I really love doing these posts so I hope you guys enjoy 🙂 . Fashion Pakistan Week 2017 Winter Festive was held in Karachi from 12th September-13th September (I know I’m so late on this review!). Honestly, this fashion show was quite dull. Most of the clothing…

My Thoughts on PSFW 2017

Hey, guys! Last week was the 10th annual PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week in Lahore, Pakistan. I know I’m a bit late with this post, but I wanted to share my favorite collections and designers from this fashion week. Honestly, I really enjoyed this year’s PSFW. Many of Pakistan’s major fashion designers like HSY, Ali Xeeshan,…

Hits and Misses: Pakistani Lawn 2017

This year was a crazy year for Pakistani lawn! From the streets of Vietnam to mansions in the United Kingdom, the whole world was a canvas for this year’s wide range of Pakistani lawn collections. Although some designers rocked it with their trendy designs and economical prices, other designers fell flat, giving us designs that…

Fashion Parade London

Pakistani designers showcased their luxury pret designs at London’s former One Marylebone church. This was a huge step for Pakistani designers, who got to present their work to an international audience. Nomi Ansari, Nilofer Shahid, Maria B, Saira Rizwan, Seher Tareen, Faiza Samee, Tena Durrani, Shamaeel, and Rani Emaan all showcased their designs at this event,…

What’s New This Winter in Pakistan

Since I already reviewed some of the upcoming spring trends in 2017, I also wanted to do a review for the different winter trends that came out this year in the Pakistani fashion industry, and pick my favorites from these collections. The Pakistani fashion industry has experienced a huge boom with many new designers coming…

Bahawalpur Diaries: The Wonders of Noor Mahal

After a day or two in Multan, we decided to go visit Bahawalpur, a city only one or two hours away from Multan. It’s a very small, clean city and it has a lot of famous places to visit. We only had one afternoon, and since it was too hot to go to the desert…

Multan Diaries: Exploring the City of Saints

Multan is a bustling city, and we spent four days here meeting with family and exploring the area. NEVER come here during the middle of the summer (our mistake). Multan is very close to the desert and it’s BOILING hot in the mornings/afternoons. At night it gets very cool and that’s why most of our…

Islamabad Diaries: Driving up to Nathiagali

After a day in Islamabad, we decided to go up the mountains to Nathiagali! This was a nice experience, the roads were safer than I thought they would be and the views were really beautiful. Nathiagali is a mountain resort in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Nathiagali is known for its scenic beauty, hiking tracks and pleasant…

Islamabad Diaries: Finally here! Shah Faisal Masjid and Saidpur Village

We finally arrived in Islamabad after the four-hour drive from Lahore (it took us longer because we stopped at Khewra Salt Mines and Katasraj Temple) Entering in Islamabad was amazing. The city reminded me of America, with the clean roads, and forest feel. It was nice to see people finally following the traffic laws, and there were barely…