What to know about Balochi dresses in 2017
By Mariam Qureshi | 01 February 2017 09:07:29A large number of students in Pakistan are opting to wear a long gown with a high neckline and an emphasis on the waistline, while others opt for a low neckline with a lower waistline.
“I chose to wear this dress because I wanted to have a more feminine silhouette, more feminine dress, and I wanted a more open look,” student Anwar Khawaja said.
Students from the public and private schools across the country have been asked to wear the gowns, which are often made of cashmere, wool and cotton.
The gowns have also been worn by politicians, as well as a few celebrities and athletes, who wear them to showcase their natural curves.
“We have been asking people to wear them because we are proud of our women,” student Rizwan Quresh said.
Qureshi is among many students who chose to opt for the dress.
She said she wanted to show that Balochis dress are beautiful and beautiful women.
“It’s a big issue, but people are taking it very seriously.
They are really proud of the dress,” she said.
The government has made a series of announcements in the past few years, including making Balochistan’s dress mandatory for students entering public schools, banning the wearing of burkas and imposing a ban on wearing masks in public spaces.
Students are also encouraged to dress in different ways to be able to achieve their goals and goals-related activities, including sport, dance, reading and music.
The dress is also an option for girls who want to get away from the traditional outfits, like women who are traditionally considered “pigsty” in Pakistan.