Sarah Gandapur released her semi-formal dresses 2012 for women. Long shirts with trousers and churidaars make up each dress among Sarah Gandapur semi-formal dresses 2012 for women. The shirts of most of the dresses in this collection are sleeveless but shirts with full sleeves can also be found among Sarah Gandapur semi-formal dresses 2012 for women. Women and girls will find these dresses suitable for party wear. However, they are not heavily embellished. Sarah Gandapur semi-formal dresses 2012 are elegant without being fancy. Moreover, they combine our heritage with contemporary styles. This makes the dresses quite unique.
Sarah Gandapur is a designer clothing label founded in the year 2007. It provides high fashion and stylish dresses for women. The brand has western and eastern prêt and couture. It also has a bridal line, which includes dresses made according to the unique requirements of the clients. The designer has graduated from Lahore and caters to an exclusive clientele. Initially the brand dealt in clothes only but now it offers cushions, bed covers and other home accessories for its customers. The brand caters to the needs of domestic and international clients both. It holds exhibitions in the country and abroad. The team behind Sarah Gandapur can be contacted via email for inquiries. The designer’s outfits are also available online for purchase.
Sarah Gandapur semi-formal dresses 2012 for women can be seen in the pictures presented below. We are sure that fashionable ladies of Pakistan will love Sarah Gandapur semi-formal dresses 2012. You can make inquiries about the dresses through the Facebook fan page of Sarah Gandapur. You can also find out how to purchase the dresses through this fan page. The page also has pictures of some older designs by this clothing label. So visit the page via the address mentioned below and get to know more about this brand.
Sarah Gandapur Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sarah-Gandapur-Designs/39483718028
Sarah Gandapur Semi-Formal Dresses 2012 for Women
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