One Piece, Three Ways: Shiza Hassan

Published: December 20, 2017
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While trends fade, style remains eternal and one piece can be put together in many different ways. In this feature we have three fashionistas showing us how to put together an item from a designer’s collection, according to their own individual style and taste!

It’s all about the silhouette in today’s fashion scene and this Shiza Hassan top is right on trend! The delicate embroidery and colours work beautifully together. From wearing it casually with denim for lunch or with flared pants for a night out – this top is bound to make a statement!

Amna Zain

Make-up Artist at The Powder Room

This wrap top by Shiza Hassan is such a fun piece! I paired it with my Zara pants to give it a formal look while incorporating a fun vibe at the same time. I kept my accessories to a minimum and teamed the outfit with nude heels. I kept my hair in natural waves and opted for a pink pout. I’d wear this look for any formal occasion.

Chandny Mobeen

Brand Manager, Shiza Hassan

This wrap is such a versatile piece. By pairing it up with the right wardrobe staples, it can be worn in a variety of ways for day and night events. I chose to pair it with Shiza Hassan’s signature flap pants and finished my look with my hair pulled back to amp the glam quotient. This look is perfect for a formal night out!

Sumrina Khan

Correspondent, Sunday Times

This origami printed wrap is the perfect piece for a daytime soirée! Adding staple white pants, a high ponytail and statement earrings tied in the look effortlessly and made it look so chic. This look is ideal for a lunch with my girls and with a quick change of lip colour it can work for a night time event too!

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