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Get These Amazing Matching Separates Now

Sporting this trend will make quite an impression

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In a world of digitally printed roses, Chinese figures and Eiffel towers on almost every kurta, the idea of slipping into a pair of matching separates is nothing short of a treat – especially for the eyes.  From COCO by Zara Shahjahan to Rema and Shehrbano, fashion designers are playing with this single toned ensemble in a variety of sartorial styles and fabrics. Embroideries, waist belts and flattering cuts are being used to entice fashion lovers towards this red-hot trend. Keep reading to see how this style can be worn both on an evening tea party or a casual day at work.

Sania Maskatiya’s plum belted beauty with a touch of teal

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Image: facebook.com/SaniaMaskatiya

Rema & Shehrbano’s velvet off-shoulder blouse paired with sporty pants and the chic black ensemble with mustard accents

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Image: facebook.com/RemaShehrbano

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Image: facebook.com/RemaShehrbano

Nazli Akbar’s luxurious silk outfits fit for winter dinner parties or even dholakis when accessorized with some bling

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Image: facebook.com /NazliAkbarCouture

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Image: facebook.com /NazliAkbarCouture

BTW Pakistan’s yellow sunshine for garden brunches

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Image: instagram.com/btwpakistan

Generation’s laid-back peplum top paired with loose pants – perfect for lounging on a casual day

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Image: instagram.com/generation_pk

COCO by Zara Shahjahan’s striped outfit for a regular day at work or the mall (Editor’s style tip: Pair it with sneakers!)

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Image: facebook.com/COCObyZaraShahjahan.pk

The embroidered denim separates by Cross Stitch

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Image: Instagram.com/crossstitch_official