Style 101: Sadia Tariq

Playing dress-up with Sadia Tariq's summer collection


Magazine Desk July 11, 2020

The Sadia Tariq label has developed a unique style of its own, reflecting its distinctive use of colours, quality of fabrics, intricate embroideries and classic aesthetic. The brand aims to create ensembles for women from all walks of life especially young and professional women with a contemporary lifestyle. This summer, their Eid line caters to all women who want comfort with style.

Pretty in peach

This peachy number displays rich culture and uses the ombre effect which has been a popular trend. It features embellished gotta work, delicate tassel detailing along the slits and a matching dupatta bordered with kiran. Pair it with their gotta shalwar and you’re all set for Eid.

Ombre lime

The kurta for all summer dreams. This bold coloured kurta features the ombre design while adding a pop of lime to your look. The kurta features ari tilla hand work and is embellished with rubies and emeralds. Pair it with their mirror-worked shalwar to complete the look.

Turning heads in turquoise

Feroza, from the Sadia Tariq Eid collection is a silk tunic which features ari tilla hand work which is embellished with ruby and emerald stones. Team it with their jogger pants and complete the look with their double layered two-toned dupatta.

Fuchsia Flare

This ensemble styled by Zainab Reza is the perfect way to stand out from the crowd this Eid. The bright and bold skirt is teamed with a pretty black top with shoulder-popping detailing and delicate hand embroidery. Complete the look with a pair of killer heels and you’re ready to go!

Lovely in lavender

This lavender ombre high-low shirt features floral hand embroidery with 3D roses, pockets, front slits, pearls and tassels. Oh-so-feminine! Pair it with a skinny shalwar with cutwork or lace detailing and you’ll up the style quotient instantly.


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