3 worst ideas to never consider when you send gifts to Pakistan for family or friends
Giving a tender and delicate gift item to the one just means that you love and care. Therefore when you’re planning to buy something for your friend, colleague, boss, friend or a family member, then obviously we couldn’t hit the mark when it comes to best selection and what’s the most fantastic and appropriate item. Off course no one wants to become the victim of bad mouthing and bad words behind your back. And you also don’t like to see your re-gifted item. That’s why people living in foreign countries always try to send something unique, especially to Pakistan because Pakistani people are more sensitive towards unusual things. Therefore if you are living in another country, then you should consider to send gifts to Pakistan for your friend or family member by avoiding the below-mentioned ideas to save yourself from embarrassment.
Avoid choosing scented bath supplies when you send gifts to Pakistan:
Even though scented bath supplies look beautiful and have a good fragrance as well. But this kind of gift is of course not relevant to give your friend or family. It only looks good when and fit according to the theme of a baby shower or bridal shower. It’s not good to give someone any kinds of bath supplies as a gift. Have you wondered why? Just because the deep message your gift sends is, “you don’t smell right, or you need to improve your appearance and cleanliness.” It’s not a creative idea and would obviously give off the wrong idea. That’s why if you are feeling confused about gift giving then you can also consider choosing gift services that can help you send gifts to Pakistan without being personalized in quite cost effective way.
Do not choose clothes when you send gifts to Pakistan for dear ones:
Clothes are quite risky choice for multiple unusual reasons. Most of the times, it looks quite hard for everyone to know the actual size, color choice, and design preference. So sending something which is quite small, too large or tight would look embarrassing for a sender and receiver too. But yes you can consider sending warm clothes in cold months, as Pakistani people appreciate hot foreign stuff in cold weather.
Have you ever considered giving an artwork gift? Seriously?
Seriously? No, I think it’s another bad option. You should stay away from giving anything dark and artistic to your friends, colleagues, or even to family members. Official and domestic artwork or decorations are the pretty personal choice of everyone. And you can’t exactly imagine that what someone would prefer more. As always said that, ‘art is in the eye of the beholder.’ So I think something you are thinking should be creative and beautiful itself that might look great to your recipient instead of proving an eyesore to your dear one.
I hope these ideas will help you choose best future present purchases. So I would advise you to avoid these worst kinds of gifts when you are sending something to Pakistan.