We may not be psychic but we do have fashion week and that functions a little bit like our very own crystal ball.

What's next in spring/summer fashion just walked the ramp at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week (PSFW). The OTT shows and fancy after parties may have wrapped up but the real fun is just beginning: we're going style spotting!

Not going to lie, it was a little hard this year!

But hey, we still put together a sartorial crash course based on looks that stood out on the ramp - here's the good and the bad:

Keep: Hussain Rehar's power suit

Athleisure meets boss lady at it's finest!
Athleisure meets boss lady at it's finest!

This new kid on the block is making his mark with crisp lines, colours that pop and his minimal aesthetic. We're really digging this metallic teal power suit; a little bit of business and a little bit of party!

Toss: Two-for-one dresses by Sania Maskatiya and Saira Shakira

We understand having a hard time picking one outfit but that doesn't mean you wear both!
We understand having a hard time picking one outfit but that doesn't mean you wear both!

Split your pizzas, not your outfits ladies!

Keep: HSY's blazer and jumpsuit combo

That blazer though!
That blazer though!

We love jumpsuits and we love textured blazers so no shocker that a combo of the two hits all the right notes, even though it's an outfit more geared towards fall/winter.

Toss: Shiza Hassan taking flower power a little too literally

Don't even get us started on this moss green situation...
Don't even get us started on this moss green situation...

What can we say, wearing a garden around just isn't our idea of stylish.

Keep: Artsy arm candy by Mona Imran

Wear your art on your sleeve
Wear your art on your sleeve

A statement bag goes a long way; it can make or break your outfit. These quirky bags inspired by Picasso's art caught our eye and are sure to stand out in a crowd of the same ol' Chanel, Hermes bags.

Toss: Fahad Hussayn's embroidery on embroidery on embroidery...

We want to see the designer do something different now!
We want to see the designer do something different now!

This colour itself isn't the most flattering hue and it doesn't look any better when you drown it in heavy embellishments, on the pants and shirt. Maybe it could've worked without the gaudy pants but as a whole, this one's a miss.

Keep: This boho chic sari by Image Fabrics

Monochrome done right!
Monochrome done right!

This one gets a shout-out for simplicity and functionality; in a sea of otherwise outlandish outfits on the ramp, this was actually something we could envision wearing off the runway too!

Toss: This odd outfit showcased in the PEL Craft show

Not only do the two pieces not complement each other, this ensemble also does not belong on the runway! We'd wear the PJs to bed, though!

Keep: This breezy, colourful number by Zonia Anwaar

We can totally ourselves rocking this at the beach
We can totally ourselves rocking this at the beach

Oooh, we'd totally wear this one on vacation!

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