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Ways to tie your scarf



Ways to tie your scarf

Ladies, in case you weren’t aware, one of the most powerful fashion accessories in your wardrobe are scarves!


Scarves can be used to highlight your most important feature: you. Many women prefer to use scarves as a neck wrap, while others opt to use it as a cool head wrap. However you tie your scarf, it has the power to make your whole look go from ‘okay’ to wow!


What’s even better is that there are multiple ways to tie scarves for a new yet stylish look every day. Here are our top picks:



Rock It

Step 1: Take a square scarf and fold it into a triangle. Then fold the central corner twice to make an elongated fold.

Step 2: Start at the back of your head and bring the two ends to the centre of your forehead.

Step 3: Tie a knot in the centre and fold the loose ends into a knot for a hip yet sleek look!



Hip ‘N’ Chic

Step 1: Fold your scarf into a triangle and cover your head with it.

Step 2: Take the two longer ends of the scarf and bring both ends to one side of your head.

Step 3: Tie them together, and voila! You’re ready for some fun with your friends without messing up your hair!



Cover Me Cool

Disclaimer: You need a longer scarf for this trendy look.

Step 1: Loop your scarf around your neck.

Step 2: Twist the two ends at the back, and bring them to the front.

Step 3: Tie the ends together and rock your modest yet chic look for the day!




Step 1: Loop your scarf around your neck and cross it behind your back.

Step 2: Bring both ends to the front.

Step 3: Tuck one end of the scarf through the loop and repeat with the other end. You can loop it till the scarf runs out and turn your ordinary jeans-and-tee into a fashion statement!



Waist Craze

Step 1: Fold your scarf into an elongated line.

Step 2: Start from the front and wrap it around your waist.

Step 3: Tie a knot and attach a cool broach over the knot. You can also twist the loose ends into the belt area to keep it tight.



Winter Belt

Step 1: There’s definitely a chill in the air and the best way to fend off the cold is with a nice blanket scarf or a shawl and tie it with a belt to keep it in place.

A scarf is a simple piece of textile which has this unique appeal for women all over the world. These simple adornments became popular after the 19th century and they are certainly never going out of style any time soon. So, our advice is to complement your attire with a colourful or exquisitely patterned scarf to look chic and ready to go!

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Cannes 2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event



Cannes 2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event

I’m sure you must have heard our homegirl Mahira who is also one of the brand ambassadors of Lux is representing Pakistan hard at Cannes unless you’ve been spending too much time under a rock. From her floor-grazing black gown at the main event to a chic pants-to-inspire behind-the-scenes looks, Mahira’s fashion vogue game is giving A-listers from Hollywood and Bollywood serious competition. Mahira is the first Pakistani woman to grace the red carpet at Cannes and show a side of the country less known to the rest of the world.

While the international media is saturated with rather extremist imagery and perception of Pakistan, Mahira’s attendance at one of the most prestigious events in the entertainment industry, marks for a new decade in the history of Pakistan and further rolls the wheel of feminism in the subcontinent. Pakistan as a country, is so much more than violence and extremism and Mahira is there to show the world that we are #highfashion as our neighbours. Cheers to representation!


Here are our favourite 5 looks that Mahira pulled off at the grand event!

2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event

Cannes 2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event

Cannes 2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event

Cannes 2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event

Cannes 2018: Mahira Khan embodies vogue and empowerment at the event

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Up your khussa game



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If you’re a khussa lover and you know it, come sit with us! Pumps, wedges, and flip-flops may come and go but for some girls (like me!), khussas will always be our one true love. So here it is, my fresh from the oven list of 5 Facebook pages that can help you add that oomph to your khussa collection.


SNF is clearly a secret Khussa Lovers United meeting place on Facebook. From drool-worthy traditional khussas to contemporary glittery ones, if you’re a khussa lover the variety on this page will make you cry tears of joy.

Price range: PKR 899 – 2,499




If you’re a girl on the go and like your khussas to be all understated yet glam, Mojari is the place, I mean page for you. With a huge variety of metallic khussa-peeptoe hybrids, plain khussas, and minimally painted khussas, this place is for girls who like their shoes versatile.

Price: PKR 899 – 1,999

Bonus: Regular discounts!


Episode 09

If you’re someone who is hopelessly in love with all things traditional, Episode 09 will be your new khussa haven. Even though they have a variety of designs and colors for the lovers of minimalism, it’s their traditional khussas that have us coming back for more and more because of their seriously regal flair. Pair it with a traditional peshwas or mix things up with a tee and jeans, your call!

Price: PKR 899 – 1,099


Chapter 13

Minimally designed and tastefully embellished are the terms that come to mind when we talk about Chapter 13. The online brand has managed to carve a niche of its own in a market that offers a wide range of options when it comes to footwear. If you’re someone who doesn’t like to #twinit with anyone and are looking for something different (in a good way), check out Chapter 13.

Price: PKR 1,395 – 5,850



Pakistani Khussa House

From truck art to heavily embellished ones, there’s a khussa for everyone on Pakistani Khussa House. Imagine your trusted khussa wala finally offering online service and voila, you have Pakistani Khussa House! However, most of their designs are leaning towards the desi side of the spectrum, so if you’re looking for something that doesn’t scream ‘look at me’, this page is not for you.

Price: PKR 600 – 2,250

Check out these pages and you will thank us!


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