The three day Q Mobile fashion week has ended. Pretty disheartened by the state of our fashion otherwise, I wasn’t expecting much from any fashion show anytime soon, but last night my Instagram feed was ablaze with such beautiful clothes I was (pleasantly) flabbergasted to see they were OUR OWN DESIGNERS!
While all designers brought their A game to this three day galore, it was the men’s designs that stood out with tuxedos, bow ties and printed blazers oozing hotness.
Pakistani men in tuxedos was one trend that caught more than just our eyes
Cotton & Cotton thank you for this elegant, James Bond-esque look!
And you can add a bit of color to your tuxes, boys
A dark maroon is also another sublime color to go for if you’re over black.
This satin blue suit is majestic
Ahmed Bhaam steals the show with his collection!
It takes a real man to wear pink…and a retro blue bow tie
This look is killer!
Bright blue trousers with a varying blue blazer mean you can easily mix and match similar colors
You don’t always have to match both the top and bottom!
And thank goodness for the handkerchief comeback.
Ahmed Bhaam’s take on the classic black tuxedo is so elegant we cannot deal with it.
And if you’re someone to experiment, this bold suit is for you
A very daring number from Munib Nawaz but we know how bold Lahoris can be when it comes to style!
Who said you couldn’t have stapled sequins and embellishments in your suit?
This dark maroon leather suit is EVERYTHING.
Graphic blazers and embroideries your jam? Go for it
Here’s one in blue
Or you can look dapper AF with a well tailored like this one
Or an all white one to make you look like mankind’s angel
And if a whole white do ain’t for you, a bit of grey thrown in is another lovely alternative
Paisleys printed on a white blazer with a striped tie if you don’t want a simple blazer…
You can keep prints limited to a statement scarf, too
The off grey and musty brown color combination is so delicious. And that chiffon scarf too!
So what are you waiting for boys? Go get to your tailor and put yourself in a suit.