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      I dont know what they are called but ive seen this style dress on every wedding in lahore. Basically there is almost a 4-5 inch yolk (not a body cut) and then chuntain and a baggy flowy frock beneath. Only the upper yolk part is in fitting.

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      :khums:explain more
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      Quote Originally Posted by Catwalk View Post
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      More than i did ?

      Well, basically there is kaam only on the upper part i.e. 4-5inches that looks more like a body cut, then some chuntain attaching that yolk to the lower flowy fabric. The lower part is like a baggy frock with no kaam mostly. I hope it helps now

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      a peshwaaz?

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      anarkali or peshwaaz ?

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      yeah i hv gott n hv this type of dress but cannt show u pix ritenow...but u can search on fb i mean open so many desi dresses pages n find ur pic..

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      What's a yolk?

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      I think she means 'yoke'. I'll change the thread's title.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ShehnaiHeels View Post
      I think she means 'yoke'. I'll change the thread's title.

      Dresses with yoke & a baggy frock

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      Thanks SH! The last one is closest to that look; more of a pishwaz look but much more baggy

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      Okay, so I think what you're thinking of is a peshwaaz.

      My understanding is that a peshwaaz has gathers at the "yoke" (the empire waist part), whereas an anarkali lies flat and just has kaliyan.

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      You're probably right about it. It is a pishwas but with yoke instead of body cut.

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      i know what you are talking about but it isn't peshwas its some other cut/stitching style, pishwas has a shape where has this has no shape at all. prolly introduced by khadi i am not sure i do have some picture but lemme see it i can share em.
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      I have a lawn shirt like that.... the yoke is tooo small (6"), has too many chuntain, lower part is too baggy and looks horrible. My advice would be to have a little longer yoke, lesser chuntain and not have it made so baggy.

      Ps: perhpas this style doesn't compliment lawn fabric so much and might have looked better on some other fabric.


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