The expression “Pakistani suit” refers to artistic apparel worn by people in Pakistan and those of Pakistani heritage. Pakistani apparel reflects Pakistani culture, race, and indigenous societies similar as Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, Pashtun, and Kashmiri societies. Each indigenous culture’s apparel reflects the weather, manner of life, and specific style that gives it a distinct identity across all societies. Because of the pre-partition culture that these two countries participated for thousands of years, Pakistani and Indian apparel is veritably alike. Traditional Pakistani apparel shares correspondences with artistic groups from Central Asia and the Iranian plateau, such as Turkic cultural groups (i.e. Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Turkmens) and Iranian ethnical groups( Tajiks, Khorasani Persians, and Pashtoons), who were separated from the societies of ultramodern- day Pakistan during the Durand agreement between Afghanistan and the British Raj. Pakistanis, particularly in large metropolises, are conforming ultramodern clothes and cultural apparel as time passes.