The season’s hottest trend to hit the Pakistani streets is without a doubt, Tulip Shalwars.
Also known as Dhoti Shalwars, these loose pants have taken the Pakistani fashion scene by storm this summer.
Social media is abuzz with the look and and darzi’s are scratching their heads.
Because to be very honest it’s not an easy task to make a cylindrical leg-sized pocket. Here’s what our countrymen (more of women) have to say about the tulip of the season:
— Sabina Alii (@SabinaAli01) May 20, 2016
In case you were wondering why…
WHY IS NO BRAND SELLING STITCHED TULIP SHALWAR IN COTTON MATERIAL YET. PFFFFTTTTTT
— K (@AverageKay) May 20, 2016
THE AGITATION CANNOT BE NOT EXPRESSED IN CAPS!!!>[email protected]>@>l#!
You know, I wasn't feeling the tulip shalwar trend but I'm a changed woman. I absolutely love it now.
*calls aunt in PK and applies butter*
— Ayesha (@AshiAppa) May 19, 2016
It’s nothing short of a revolution if you ask me..
Men are being forced to talk about it on public forums!
— Madam, Chai? (@madam_chai) May 19, 2016
It can also double as Halloween costumes in case you’re big on dressing up as Casper.
— designsbypasha (@designsbypasha) May 12, 2016
Or a regular red-carpet look paired with your bedtime hoodie.
— Gulabo by MaheenKhan (@Gulabopk) May 7, 2016
Giving Fanny Packs competition since 2015..
— designsbypasha (@designsbypasha) May 5, 2016
These shalwars are also initiating dialogue.
Ye tulip shalwar kia hoti hai?
— baji batman (@behrulkahil) May 11, 2016
Needless to say, not everyone is happy..
— Masharib Shah Jillan (@MasharibShahJ) May 9, 2016
But hey, it’s not all bad news.
— Khadija Karim (@KKarimofficial) May 22, 2016
Some of our “IT girls” are totally rocking it.
— Sadiya Azhar (@SadiyaAzhar) April 20, 2016
Girl, you slay!
Say hello to summer with our super cute must-have polka dot tulip shalwar! pic.twitter.com/fk1JWT3VUU
— REMA (@remaluxe) April 15, 2016
If done right, these could be your summer must-have.
— Khadija Karim (@KKarimofficial) May 18, 2016
Hate to admit it, but they do kinda’ look borderline classy here.
— Bridal Lounge (@BridalLoungePk) February 1, 2016
Well fuck. We can wear them to a shaadi too?!
— Tribune Life & Style (@ETLifeandStyle) November 29, 2015
Okay umm, I think I need to call off my bridals from Fashion ka Ghar.
— ❤️Bisma Noor❤️ (@bismanoor5) April 18, 2016
Fine, Mahira, we get the hint. You can even make FETCH happen.
So, ladies… are you rocking the tulip shalwar this season?
Zarra ye bhee check karein: