Be it pastels, neons, capes or short shirts; Sanam Jung never fails to look gorgeous and that too early in the morning when most of us are busy trying to stifle our yawns and keeping our eyes wide open and as a result resembling a perpetually shocked raccoon (because who can manage cat-eye kohl-rimmed eyes at this ungodly hour).
And here is Sanam Jung – prim, proper and fresh as a flower. We present to you 13 times when Jung’s ensemble impressed us.
Sania Maskatiya is fast becoming the most popular designer of Pakistani TV. Jung is seen wearing Maskatiya’s oh-so-lovely pastel coats.
The sky blue kurta reminds me of my college uniform and how eeky and dark I looked in it. That scary thought apart, Sanam Jung manages to glow in this understated piece by Agha Noor.
Sanam’s wardrobe is not just restricted to pretty pastels she delves into the vibrant waters as well. This Somal Halepoto design was trendy and vibrant and added just the right amount of energy with Ali Zafar around.
When it comes to rich colors this Sammy K block-printed creation is striking. The ethnic print, rich rust (bordering towards orange) color and minimal embroidery adds just the right amount of traditional touch tot he proceedings.
This is again a paisley inspired long jacket coupled with a bright aqua slip by Yasmin Jiwa to make your mornings fresh.
This is your girl-next-door outfit done the right way. One can wear it to college, office or to a get together. The dress is by Afsheen Mehboob.
Graceful in Black
Black is one colour that makes you look graceful in a jiffy and Sanam Jung has been wearing all the right blacks. This eastern number by Agha Noor at Firaaq’s launch at Jago Pakistan Jago can be described in two words ‘simple elegance’.
This Feeha Jamshed dress is the exact opposite of previous. It’s modern and edgy which shows Jung can carry best of both worlds effortlessly.
Sammy K added color to plain black silk dress through a printed cape to cut the monotony and it did wonders. The dress looks gorgeous on Jung.
Mix and match
This one by Agha Noor is my personal favourite. It has all the elements working for it. The tapered shirt coupled with cigarrete pants, bright embroidery and mix and match of various fabrics is indeed a work of art.
Grey seldom looks so good on people. It looks a bit washed out on most people. Jung glows in this Yasmin Jiwa creation and makes me rethink the color.
Asifa and Nabeel are known for doing wonders in bridal couture and Sanam jung’s dress is a mix of various fabrics and embroidery. She looks formal and regal without being overdressed,
Which one you liked?