Maryam Nawaz spotted wearing expensive red shoes in Kashmir rally – Global Village space

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Maryam Nawaz’s expensive fashion choice once again gains attention on social media as netizens recently spotted the PML-N leader wearing a pair of red Gucci shoes. The shoes reportedly cost Rs. 1 lac.
PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz was again spotted wearing an expensive pair of red shoes reportedly worth Rs.1 lac during her Kashmir rally last weekend.
The PMLN leader wore red shoes apparently from the international fashion brand, Gucci, worth Rs.1 lac in matching with her red outfit. A close-up picture of her wearing the shoes along with the pair of shoes advertised on the website of Gucci went viral on social media.
615 ڈالر؟؟
اس قدر واہیات اور پینڈو جوتے تو میں فری میں بھی نہ لوں 🤢۔۔۔ @MaryamNSharif pic.twitter.com/Srn3UmwlXL
— Jawairia (@Jinnah_Club) July 12, 2021

These shoes would cost 1 lakh minimum in Pakistani rupees! Ghareeb awam kay ameer leader! https://t.co/bnGpoRGzMe
— Adeel Raja (@adeelraja) July 12, 2021

 
Interestingly, shoes in both the images struck a remarkable similarity certainly crediting the speculations that she wore shoes worth PKR 1 lac for her Kashmir rally during the election campaign. Her shoes are quite visible in the pictures she posted from Keran Valley while standing at the riverside.
She posted these images on her Twitter account, however, it was her shoes that caught the attention of social media users and not the picturesque background of the valley. She also wore the handmade traditional Kashmiri necklace for the rally and shared images online.
The handmade necklace presented to me at Sharda jalsa by local women who insisted I wore it right there, is the most precious jewel I possess! pic.twitter.com/6s3LYhi4pq
— Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) July 10, 2021

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The fashion and style statement of Maryam Nawaz often overshadows her politics whenever she makes appearances in political rallies. Instead of discussing her political statements, netizens discuss her expensive dresses and accessories. This discussion opens up another subject of her affordability for these expensive fashion accessories.
Social media users discuss and comment on her possible resources of income and wealth to afford such a lavish lifestyle, stirring debate around the allegations of looting public money and corruption and her statements of not having any property in and outside Pakistan.
Back in 2018, pictures circulating on social media showed Maryam Nawaz adorned in Gucci and Bottega Veneta on her travel from London to Pakistan, presenting herself for arrest. Maryam Nawaz was pictured wearing white Gucci’s fringe leather horsebit slide shoes worth 650$.
Another picture captured Maryam Nawaz shopping at the beauty aisle, possibly at the Dubai Airport, handpicking Victoria’s Secret’s body lotions.
The green-colored shoes that PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif wore for the All Parties Conference (APC) in Islamabad also came under intense scrutiny on Pakistan’s social media.
Maryam Nawaz goes to jail in Gucci https://t.co/a7GnYfA8T9 via @GVS_News
— Moeed Pirzada (@MoeedNj) July 14, 2018

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Nawaz dazzled in a green silk dress for the APC and matched it with her green shoes, as she appeared to attend APC on Sunday. Her ethereal dressing caught the attention on social media and beguiled her fans and detractors alike. Setting aside the politics, the social media users engaged in a debate over the worth of her shoes, as many dropped comments, cherishing her persona and style.
 
 
 
 

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