Amp it up this spring with Zyra by Tarzz’s new Aaye Mausam collection – a bright, breezy collection of botanical-inspired prints that buzz with colour. Easy on the pocket, Zyra by Tarzz is the perfect solution stylish prints that will keep you looking fresh through the heat of the summer.
The evocative shoot evokes the spirit of spring, enjoying the beauty of the season with all its heady florals and the colourful blossoming of nature.
Aaye Mausam takes inspiration from the season, using floral and botanical motifs in vibrant summery hues. With eye-catching prints and a touch of delicate embroidery, this is an assuredly “more is more” approach to spring fashion that celebrates the colour and effervescence of the season.
The artistic play of texture, colour and print make this collection a true winner. This one, for example, combines delicate floral motifs with a popping mix of saffron and deep pink that is a gorgeous celebration of tropical summer.
With prices starting at just Rs750, Aaye Mausam is super- affordable, a great way to add a trendy freshness to your summer wardrobe. With a host of designs and colours, there’s plenty of designs to help you stand out this season.
This pretty cream printed lawn shirt accented with sorbet tones of orange and pink comes with and embroidered patti and is just Rs900. Definitely one of our top picks for Summer 2019.Tarzz’s designs use a soft, breathable lawn that is just right for Pakistan’s searing summers. From pale hues to deep shades, there’s something for everyone in this new collection which launches on 8th March 2019 and is available at retailers around the country.
Check out the new collection on 8th March at your nearest Tarzz outlet or online at www.tarzz.com.pk to get your hands on your favourites!
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