Fancy Abaya Designs
All leading Muslim and Islamic fashions are first displayed in Asian Countries and all others follow suit. The major clothing markets offer the latest trends and styles of clothing articles regardless of the origin. A few years ago buying readymade stylish abayas in Arab was not as easy as only the plain and classic ones were largely available. Women wanting to go for a unique look had to visit their tailors with designs in mind to create an exclusive look for themselves.
Recent years have brought forth a change in this though. Today there are retail stores for abayas and hijabs open all around the fashion central of Pakistan. People who understood the dilemma of the abayas clad women ventured into launching stylish boutiques that offer these garments in an assortment all colours, styles and designs. Embroidered and fancy to simple and classic all can be found less than one roof with big name designers to back up their authenticity of distinctiveness.
In addition to locally designed abayas, retailers from other Middle Eastern countries like U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia have also opened their outlets in Lahore. They understand the needs of the target market and offer varieties of cloaks and hijabs worn by Muslim women in the Middle East. As the weather is also quite similar in these regions, the imported items are suitable in terms of the use of fabrics.
Major shopping areas like Liberty Market, City Towers, DHA, Fortress Stadium and Siddique Shopping Center all have outlets of abayas by different designers both local and foreign. Women from all around the city frequent these prime shopping areas in search of clothes that are in lieu of the latest fashion trends. Here they find large selections to choose from and some boutiques also offer their clients the opportunity of customizing their abayas according to their own choice.
Posted on November 15, 2011, in Islamic Clothing and tagged Abaya Designs, arabian abaya, designer abaya, Fancy Abaya, Fancy Abaya Collection, Fancy Abaya Designs, Stylish Abaya, Women in Abaya. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.