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FASHION POLICE

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Fashion that start intense and stays intense

Teachers across DHA reveal their fashion secrets. Be ready to welcome fashion in your world as they guide you with their expert fashion tips. With fashion tips so perfect that all eyes will be on you.

Get ready as we will now be unlocking their preferred brands, where do they buy their accessories from and the wow factor that makes them stand out among all!

MA’AM NEHDIA’S TALE: I, no more than 20 minutes, spend time getting my self all done for college.  When it comes to adorning my self with clothes Sana Safinaz, Bareeze and Arooshi are all what I prefer and since they are all ready I just have to get it stitched by my tailor. She plans to wear subtle colors like peaches, light blues, pinks this summer. Gucci and Coach have always topped my priority when it comes to handbags. Shiseido in cosmetics gives me a natural radiant look. A lipstick is all what I carry in my purse when it comes to cosmetics. With all-shoes is her one pre-requisite which she feels her dress code is incomplete without.

Suggesting her students she prefers every girl should be fond of good fashion. Dress up what suits you best, most importantly wear fine makeup.

She admires her mother the most when it comes to fashion and rates herself an average fashion person.

 

MA’AM SADAF’S BEST KEPT SECRET: For me it’s all about looking beautiful and pleasing. I always try to bring new things to the table. I spend nearly 12-15 minutes on all what it takes to get ready for college. Her dressing style depicts her fondness towards good clothes and classy accessories. I prefer wearing Khaadi, Threads- the duo has always topped my likeness. For her a proper ironed neat dress completes her outlook and avoids leaving home without it.

She was attired in a Khaadi dress with a subtle golden Guess wrist watch and Gul Ahmed’s sassy yellow handbag where as her slippers were from Tree Foot Wear. She designs herself. At most she carries a couple of lip glosses in her bag during college hours. She plans to wear light pastel colors for upcoming summer.

Her style statement is all about carrying herself well, and getting dressed up according to the place or event she is in, in a way that affirms her personality explicitly everywhere.

She suggests girls to look neat and clean in college, and wear light color glosses and smell good.

According to her, in order to show variety one needs a constant and for her she feels is keeping myself up-to-date with the latest trends and fashions.

MA’AM SANA’S FASHION ANALYSIS: ma’am Sana says it all revealing her fashion secrets. Spending no more than 20 minutes to get ready, she leaves for college.  Fresh faced and dressed in Khaadi kurta  kolapuri’s from Uzma , with Guess’s watch around her wrist and a bag from Big Buddha’s creation hung perfectly on her hand. Her usual bag to college is filled with a wallet, lip gloss, keys, some pens, grocery bills and her phone.

She considers herself a not-too-brand conscious and prefers anything that appeals and appears blending to her taste. Nevertheless prefers Khaadi and Ego selectively and clinique’s mineral make-up according to her blends well with her skin.

She tags, simple yet trendy as her fashion statement.

With an easy going fashionable life style she prefers ready to wear kurta and at times design her clothes too.

She considers her fashion incomplete until she wears her wrist watch.

When asked to suggest colors for summers she replied “lemonade” with a smile.

She rates herself one on one as she sincerely believes in her right of individuality because everyone has their own way of carrying themselves.

 

MA’AM NUDRAT’S VIGOUR FASHON LINE: MA’AM Nudrat’s start off with her working day by spending an exact of half an hour getting all set for college. Known for her rosy complexion that glows with a hint of pink and distinctive fashion sense all over the college ma’am nudrat consider herself no fashion obsessed and prefers all what appeals her be it a clutch from Sunday bazaar or a pair of heels from DA vinci. She loves accessorizing herself with lots of rings and considers her fashion incomplete without them.

Her fluffy bag holds in it a wallet, clips, cell phone, to do list and surprisingly no cosmetics and a number of hymns written on various paper card which according to her gives her a sense of spiritual well being. She possesses special love for Kaulapuris which she buys exclusively from Uzma. Counting on international and national brands for makeup, Max Factor and color studio tops her priority lists.

Her style statement emphasizes on standing out from rest of the crowd.

She suggested that every woman must dress, walk and talk according to her age as according to her these qualities get refined as she ascends her age. Expressing her love with pinks she says if a girl wants to look appealing she has to wear pink no matter what season it is! She looks up to her mother when it comes to fashion and  Rated herself 4 on 10 as she feels there’s always room for improvement.

 

MA’AM BOKHARI’S FASHION DYNAMISM:

A lady known highly for her versatility in teaching as well as fashion none other than Ma’am Bokhari talks about her fashion persona. She spends in total an hour getting all ready for college. Attired in her crown creation with shiny hair that lay freely on her shoulders she carried with her a rectangular pastel colored hand band that managed in it her credit cards, perfumes, bills and combs along with Prada glasses that rested above her head and wore a pair of heels from Charles and Keith. Makeup products from Lancome and Clinique have always been her preference and possess love for Cool Water and Sunflower when it comes to perfumes. She mentioned her deep inclination towards Sapphire and Emerald. She firmly believes that one should always stick to her individuality and try marveling more on what quality she has been granted by nature so that they can come up with a polished personality. Fond of clothing to such an extent she scrutinizes a dress well from its cuts to colors before buying it and suggests others to do so.

She emphasized that for a girl to look appealing she should possess excellent communication skills as it’s the inner personality that captivates others and sparkles an individual outlook. A girl should be confidant enough to face the world and she emphasized that grooming classes should now become a part of every college.

She looks up to Iffat Rahem when it comes to fashion. She denied rating herself in fashion as her fashion scale has no limitations and everyday has something new to go with.

 

This is all what our fashion police has to offer… and this is all what we have to say ..

An effort by me and my friend sara saleemthat was published in my college’s news letter.

 

 

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5 typical questions you will be asked if you live in Pakistan..

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It was on the 2nd of July 2005 when we finally flew to Karachi to now continue our living here.In the beginning every thing seemed weird..The constant question that continued pricking my immature mind was how am I going to settle in such a place where hardly any rooms supported air conditioned..where every morning you are awaken by loud harsh voices of the vegetable sellers but the clock alarms..

awed,by the lifestyles of the karachiites.It was difficult to digest the fact that this was the very place where some or the other way we had to get adjusted..As the time passed we found ourselves being comfortably embedded in this lifestyle.now I have come to love the merits and demerits of this place.

Surprisingly, In my recent trip to Dubai i noticed how people bombard us with absurd question which literally amused me.To them living on Mars feels easier than living in Pakistan.

1- How do you even afford to live in a danger zone like Karachi..??

excuse me..if you are a Pakistani I have the right to dart the same question upon you.Where does the ‘Danger Zone’ tags flow away when you make a trip here on your vacations .. does your arrival makes it a less dangerous one.

2-How do you even dare to step out in a city where abduction and kidnapping are so common..?

oh,common ..bad times never send you an invitee before their arrival.These mishaps are now common all across the globe.If you want to know how we treat them, like any normal girl living anywhere in the world we make sure to escort some adult with us.

3-How do you people go to your universities/schools..?

Don’t worry we don’t use rockets for our transport.Like you people even we have drivers that escort us to and from the school.And our academic institutions are located in the suburbs of Karachi.And we hardly come to know what goes around as long as we are within the premises and mostly try to avoid discussing such issues and enjoy..

4-Do you people even go out.?

Are you serious..we ain’t aliens.And no single creature alive can live without socializing.I bet no people can compete the ones residing in  Karachi when it comes to hanging out and making most out of it.The city of lights stands a unique charm.We roam about with our families freely.No single person I think misses even the slightest chance to let their weekend go away.

5-How do you even tolerate standing on those dirty pan-spat foot paths ..?
To add to your knowledge they doesn’t always remain wet.And there stands no point in raising such questions.When we ourselves are responsible for such untidiness ..why to raise fingers over the illiterate when the literate ones us assume that whole of the Karachi is a dustbin..and are seen throwing wrappers or garbage wherever we feel like..

My pain scale shoots to ten when Pakistani’s living abroad submerged in the facilities they are being provided there compares their lifestyles to those living in here.If we are not catered with the same luxuries as they are this doesn’t in any aspect make our lives less important than theirs.Ironically, for them Pakistan is only an issue to be debated upon when it comes to politics.Criticising it turns out to be the best time pass ever.

i to a greater extent agree that these bulks of garbage have completely distorted Karachi’s image.But nothing’s going to change unless we change ourselves,our perception,and make our home town as beautiful as before.But if we think it’s not our job,then we are the real culprits responsible for this perpetual stench.

the last goal..

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Any one could see clearly within our eye lens the climax they followed from ball to ball of an amusing football match…the moment the football throbbed  near the net the adrenaline played its part.our heart pounded so hard as it might leap out from the rib cage and its emotions were clearly heard by the arsenal fans.my entire football team supporters’ presence jammed the room and a slight move from any of us could have disrupted the silence that prevailed all over.

the referee stood glued to the ground..with the whistle tightly held amid the lips.the clock played its part..time ran fast as it never had before..the goose bumps were badly felt.

nothing more good could have felt than the anticipation of the goal we longed for..the very goal that would mark our entries in the final match.

the prayers were heard …the highly muscular short from one of the team mates made and the ball dart right through the nets. the champions roared..