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What we wear has little to do with the design or the clothes themselves, and a lot more to do with our thoughts, mood, personality, and other intrinsic attributes that the other person could simply sense as soon as they see us.

Pakistan is a growing economy with its export having depended on the textile industry since the country’s inception. With an industry so established globally, and with such a diverse population, Pakistan is the country that exemplifies what dressing means. Pakistan-made clothes are distributed throughout the world because of superior fabric quality and cheap labor.

Desi Clothing of Men

With the advancement of this globalized economy and everything is integrated, as the global demand for Pakistani desi designs has increased globally, the demand for western wear has increased in Pakistan. This demand is being met by a few giants in the clothing business who excel at what they do. Not only are their varieties in both eastern and western wear immense, but they also have their signature fabric qualities that the people of Pakistan appreciate greatly.

The pandemic has shifted most of the stores towards digitizing their shops and products with integrated supply chain networks spread across the country. Branded clothing stores are the new norm.

Following is a list of the top 5 online shopping stores and physical stores in Pakistan:

Big And Tall: 

Big and Tall Menswear is Pakistan’s First Exclusive Plus-size retail apparel store for men. The Big and Tall class has been ignored long enough by Pakistani style brands, and the nobility has no or insignificant choices accessible in new stock. Probably everything they could do was go for made-for-request or extras. This has sabotaged the character and CONFIDENCE of these dedicated men! In any case, not any longer!


Established in 2003, Outfitters is a fashion brand created for the spirited youth of Pakistan who enjoys indulging in the latest lifestyle trends; be it style, music, technology, or social networking, as a means to express themselves. Outfitters has separate product lines to cater to all segments and their demands – men, women, and juniors. Within each line, they offer a wide array of products that caters to a variety of different styles and preferences, from highly fashionable, on trend pieces to athleisure garments to more casual, everyday attire and basic apparel.


Levi Strauss & Co. began in 1853. Later in 1873, Levi Strauss, the man, partnered with Jacob Davis to invent the blue jean. And they have been innovating ever since. The Levi’s brand continues to define the industry with classics like the 501 jeans, innovative collections like Commuter, Levi’s Revel, and more. They have two variants: Dockers and Denizen. The former lies towards the expensive price point while the latter follows a more affordable pricing range.


Stoneage is a vintage-inspired, denim-based clothing label that debuted in 2004 and made its mark when only a few had access to refined denim, fashionable cuts, design production, and distribution.

Gul Ahmed:

Gul Ahmed began its operations in the early 1900s in the subcontinent and established its mark as one of the first and largest textile producers and dealers in the country. Their fabric when it comes to the quality of stitching is unparalleled. Their designs are unique with a vast variety of clothes available for men, women, and children.

The above-mentioned brands not only have strong physical brand presences but are also well established in the digital arena. They are market leaders because they know how to attract customers and keep them loyal to the brand name. They cater to all sizes ranging from XS to XXXL, which attracts the not-so-normal-sized people who cannot find clothes that fit their size to their shops. 


Parents used the internet for online kid’s clothes so that they could buy new clothes for boys, but now since the technology has become so advanced they even the toddlers have learned how to use the internet and can order stupid stuff on their own now without even knowing what it’s for.

Many young girls who like to buy new dresses for themselves have surprised their mothers with girls new dresses in Pakistan after ordering them online.

But we are here to talk about the negative and positive impacts of technology on children.

While millennials used the technology for their ease and to save time and energy and the internet for research purpose mainly, Gen z have found new and creative ways to use it. 

There are two aspects to everything, positive and negative. Let’s take a look at both:

The Positive Impact Of Technology:

The Positive Impact Of Technology On Children

Advancements in technology have opened new doors for learning. Children have access to all the information in the world, they can use the latest device at fairly affordable rates and not only save time and energy but also perform the task more efficiently than it could be done manually.

Technology has lent an extra to the children and parents, in the study and recreational activities.

It’s easier to find online kids clothes, parents can find clothes for their children online and buy them without going through the trouble of taking their child to the market and tolerating their tantrums.

The Internet has made shopping easier for all of us, finding new clothes for boys, comparing their price and size, checking the latest trends for girls new dresses in Pakistan from the comfort of one’s home is a solution that not only the children but parents also benefit from

The Negative Impact Of Technology:

The Negative Impact Of Technology On Children

While technology has made our life easier, it has also made us lazy.

Children indulge less in physical activities and prefer spending their time on the internet all day, instead of going out for playing kids prefer sitting in front of the screen all day playing video games or watching series/cartoons or live streaming. While technology may be contributing to their brain development, it has limited their physical activity and ability to learn from experimenting on their own.