New Ladies Eastern Summer Dresses Collection by Kause Kaza

Kause Kaza White color Eastern Summer Dresses Collection 2012-2013

Kause Kaza Brand started in 2011, Kause Kaza Brand provides clothing for women for Pakistani, Indian & Eastern women every season.Kause Kaza has introduce her latest fantastic casual wear latest collection for summer 2012-2013 in organization With Abyaz included long kurtas & Shalwar Kameez which has adorned with embroidery on front and back of the shirts. The colors Mostly used for this beautiful Kause Kaza summer dresses 2012 are dazzling such as red, blue, purple, green, white, sea green.

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Eid Summer Cotton Suits Collection With Chiffon Dupatta

Hot Summer Cotton Suits with Chiffon Dupatta 2012 collection for women

Cotton Kameez Salwar has been used to make very fine lightweight cloth for the soothe and fashion. Shalwar Kameez is a dress normally worn by North Indian and traditional dress worn by various peoples of south-central Asia.Women and Girls mostly search for cotton Salwar Kameez fashion Designs for EID, Wedding, Party or casual wear, Rangoli, Holi, and so on. In Churidar Salwar Kameez, the Salwar or Shalwar has more length if we compare with traditional salwar length, because wrinkles come on the ankle in churidar salwar.

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“Uraan” Summer Dresses Collection By Sania Maskatiya

Uraan Summer dress Collection 2012-13 for women by Sania Maskatiya

Sania Maskatiya is a very well apparent fashion designer of Pakistan is working for their customers with eligible and stylish outfits. Sania Maskatiya has been designing since 2007, only a year after graduating, under the label ‘Chamak’.Sania Maskatiya for summer 2012 Uraan has consists of fashionable yet stunning pret wear dresses. This collection is a complete mixture of pure eastern and western looks and styles. These types of dresses are perfect for young girls and women who prefer ready to wear dresses casually and formally. In this collection you will see long shirts, maxi frocks, a-line shirts, bridal frocks.

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