Style 101: FAS Design Studio

Published: July 22, 2019

With festive season upon us, we got our hands on a few gorgeous outfits from FAS Design Studio’s new festive collection, Festive Luxe and had Bushra Mustafa and Tanzeela Khan play dress up with some of our favourite pieces. See how these stunning pieces were styled, just in time for the new season!

Embellished with sequins and tassels this pristine white ensemble is perfect for day time events. The cutwork pants, flared embellished sleeves, along with an embroidered neckline are what make this outfit a total head turner.

Put your best foot forward in this muted lime number. Featuring sheer cutwork detailing along the ankles, balloon sleeves, a ruffled neckline and sequin embellishments, the outfit makes for the perfect semi-formal wear.

This olive and orange ensemble bares hints of silver and gold. Dainty tassels paired with metallic gotta fringe work makes this number suitable for day time events as well as evening gatherings.

Decorous prints in peach paired with sequin motifs over a white canvas coupled with a dash of sparkle on the pants is what makes this oufit stand out. This outfit is a conversation starter for sure!

Get your sparkle on in these gorgeous gharara pants intricately crafted with gold floss and an embellishment kurti teamed with a luxe gold and white tasselled dupatta.

This gotta worked pastel lengha would make for an exceptional outfit for wedding festivities and parties. Metallic rose gold and silver organza ribbon details with sparkling gold tinselled dupatta and zestful motifs are sure to put you in the spotlight.


Hair and make-up: Hira Khan Studio

Wardrobe: FAS design Studio

Muses: Bushra Mustafa and Tanzeela Khan

Photography: Shafiq Malik

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