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9 Velvet Shawls You Need To Own

Warm up to luxury this wedding season

8 velvet shawls articleBy Mahvish Ahmed

Seldom do Pakistani winter weddings sport fashion trends that are practical for the chills. You are expected to attend the baraats in chiffon and silk even when it’s 2 degrees outside. But guess what? Things are different this year and the highest scoring fashion item on the trend-o-meter right now is the velvet shawl. This quintessential 90’s fabric has made a big comeback, gracing the runways from New York to Lahore. Now isn’t that good news? Scroll down to get some ideas on how to incorporate this must-have in your wardrobe this season.

The teal velvet shawl with dabka motifs and tassels by Rema and Shehrbano

Teal-Velvet-Shawl

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The heavily embellished black velvet shawl by Rema and Shehrbano

Embellished-Black-Velvet-Shawl

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The luxuriously appliquéd and embroidered velvet shawl by Ali Xeeshan

embroidered velvet shawl

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The maroon 2-sided beauty by Shehla Chatoor

The maroon 2-sided beauty

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The lightly embellished velvet shawl with a rich jamawar lining by Maheen Taseer

The lightly embellished velvet shawl

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The classic velvet shawl with zardozi borders by Nida Azwer

The classic velvet shawl with zardozi borders

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The opulent red cape by Studio S Couture (Seher Tareen)

The opulent red cape

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The minimalistic velvet shawl with jamawar borders by Sania Maskatiya

The minimalistic velvet shawl with jamawar borders

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The timeless black shawl with dabka work by Misha Lakhani 

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