Traditional Pakistani mens clothing is known for its ostentatious style and intricate embroideries. Utilizing the finest fabrics, Pakistani mens clothes are world famous for being both feather light while having uncompromising durability. When it comes to finding the best in Pakistani mens clothing, one need to look no futher than Utsav's extensive collections. From elegant to casual, and from classical styles to modern takes on old favorites, Utsav has established itself as the very best online retailer when it comes to Pakistani mens clothes.
When it comes time to celebrate a traditional Pakistani wedding, there is no question that the groom needs to look his very best. With Utsav's collection of Pakistani mens clothes made specifically for weddings, the groom's style and presentation will never be a concern. The cream banarasi fabric embroidered sherwani is the pinnacle of Pakistani mens clothing that will ensure that the groom looks nothing short of amazing on his special day. The zari, rasham, and beads that cover the sherwani form intricate designs and motifs that showcase the tailor's pure dedication to their craft, while the piece is cut in a way that showcases every muscle on the wearer's torso. The fabric is light yet durable, meaning that the groom will be comfortable throughout the ceremony and the ensuing reception. The light cream is subdued yet far from ordinary, making a design that takes tradition and combines it with trend setting style to complete an unforgettable ensemble.
Here's the situation. There's a man who regularly pops into the Telegraph office for meetings. He's a nice guy - friendly. And you can tell that he puts an effort into the way that he looks. His suit is sharp and he obviously spends a lot of time frisking his hair up into spikes.
When I see him, I smile. When I see his shoes, I want to cry. I want to shake him. I want to slap him repeatedly in the face like they do in disaster films when the hero (me, obvs) can't get through to someone in a moment of crisis. I need to get his attention, to make him snap out of it, to save him from himself.
I want to say, "Jim" (not his real name, it's actually Paul), "you're a nice guy. Almost everybody in the office likes you. Sure, you have that excessive perspiration problem. But we all pretend not to notice it and only laugh about it AFTER you've left. It's the shoes, man. You've got a problem. We want to help you."
Here are some pictures of shoes collection by Khakan Abbasi