It took a long time for South Asian countries, especially India and Pakistan, to establish independently its own identity in the world of fashion. Now, having its very own fashion trends and sensibilities, it is no longer dependent on the fashion diktats of the West. While Indian Fashion was relatively quick to ascertain its position in the fashion world, it is true that Pakistani Fashion did take some time to have an identity of its own. But after Pakistani Fashion created a position of its own, it stunned the world with its magnificence and opulence. Pakistani wedding lehenga with its rich craftsmanship and Pakistani bridal wear are testimony to their rich fashion heritage. Conforming to religious and social beliefs, Pakistani Fashion is quite conservative in nature. At the same time it can be safely said that it's almost impossible to match up to the magnificence of Pakistani Fashion. While the silhouette of Pakistani Designer Outfits may be traditional and conservative, but the artistry and the workmanship on Pakistani Designer Outfits is truly worth admiring, to say the least. The prime highlight of Pakistani Fashion is the ornate workmanship that is featured on Pakistani Designer Outfits. The ornate patterns on Pakistani designer shalwar kameez done with sequins, beads, bugle beads, zardozi, zari and resham embroidery truly form the pride of Pakistani Fashion. Unlike Indian Fashion, Pakistani Fashion may not have a contemporary or fusion appeal to it but it can be said that Pakistani Fashion perhaps surpasses even Indian Fashion when it comes to being gorgeous or regal. The outfits available online at Cbazaar that are inspired by Pakistani Fashion prove this quite effectively.