These Pakistani celebrities gone all traditional this Ramzan!

Pakistani celebrities are showcasing their traditional sides as Holy Month of Ramadan started off. Welcoming Ramadan with high spirits, our ace actresses have wished all Muslim Umrah Ramadan Mubarak and donned exceptional traditional looks. It’s the month when everyone seeks blessings and forgiveness from Allah and in doing so, brings out their spiritual side. To respect the month of Ramadan wholly, many actresses have been posting pictures and captions resonating with the vibes of this auspicious month.

Here are few traditional inspirations by our favorite celebrities that inspired us utterly!

Ayesha Omer:

The style diva of our industry, Ayesha Omer has embraced the traditional silhouettes and pulled them off with epitome of perfection.

Ayeza Khan:

Ayeza Khan looks dazzling in her recent photoshoot and fabricating the exemplary traditional luxurious style statement. Her traditional aura stands out owing to her exquisite personality and gorgeous beauty.

Hira Mani:

Actress Hira Mani is nailing all floral print and exuding the perfect way to celebrate the happiness of this month. She looks stunning in traditional hues and amazed us all via her stupendous aura.

Hania Amir:

Lately, actress Hania Amir pulled off all mustard sleek traditional attire as the Holy month of Ramadan started off. Sporting it with red pout and sleek hairdo, she looks uber chic as always.

Areeba Habib:

Ace model and actress Areeba Habib wished everyone Ramadan Mubarak and shared a scintillating traditional frame, making us all go wowed!

These traditional attires are giving us major style goals that we can inculcate in our wardrobe and accentuate our personality absolutely. We are solely admiring the craftmanship and the way these eastern hues are pulled off by our favorite celebrities. Gathering the blessings of this month sheerly, we must welcome this month with all grace.

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Ramdan Mubarak.🌙✨

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