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With an unpredictable weather in England, I am hoping I will get to wear one of these shoes I bring back with me. Check these beautiful sandals or “chappals” as we call them in Pakistan. They’re all made of real leather and handmade in amazing colours. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, shopping in Pakistan is heaven!! Especially with the exchange rate of pound VS rupees Khe Khe Khe! :p

Till the next one!! Xxx 20120424-171640.jpg







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  1. April 28, 2012

    Your blog is so trendy and fun, I heard recently from my Pakistani friends that clothes now in Pakistan are so much more expensive as more people are pursuing designer looks. A few years back girls would go to Pakistan sometimes to save on costs, but now its the opposite. I would love love to go overseas and do some wedding shopping especially with the pictures of all these colorful sandals and flats. I just would go crazy matching every outfit with a matching heel and clutch that I know all the boutiques carry over there, enjoy it all on my behalf 🙂

    • April 30, 2012

      Thank you so much for your comment. Made my day! 😀

      Yes Pakistan is indeed very much catching up on the global trends and regardless of the economic downfalls people are going crazy about clothes and what not! haha I agree if you want to buy stuff from Pakistani designers then it is definitely at par with what you pay for abroad but if you get everything made yourself like the get the embroidery done, buy your own cloth, design it yourself and get it stitched from your own tailor then you can save more than half of the cost of a designer outfit 😀 I brought back a lot of clothes I designed myself. Keep following my blog and I will be putting them up in the next couple of weeks. xx

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