Preparing for Eid? Some Cool Tips to Dress up
The auspicious month of Ramadan is going on, spreading love and happiness all around the world. Despite the pandemic, we are excited to celebrate Eid. This festival is synonymous with peace, love, and lip-smacking biryanis. After a month-long of strict daily fasts, you look forward to feasts and stunning fashion wear to dress up and look your best.
Picking an outfit can be quite confusing with so many trending options. Here are some styling tips influenced by contemporary fashion that you can emulate with the latest ethnic pieces that you own.
Styling Tips to Dress Up This Eid
You can style your Eid attires in multiple ways. Explore prints, palazzo outfits, sharara suits, and more. By picking up the right accessories and makeup, you can add double charm to your festive look.
Combining Comfort with Fashion with The Palazzo Suit
The palazzo suit is notably a comfortable dress and one of the coziest dresses that you may carry for as long as you want. It is breezy and perfect for the summer months. You might feel that this is a typical pick by most ladies, but you can look different from everyone else by picking vibrant colors. A Red And Gold Palazzo Suit with thread and stonework on the red georgette kameez are eye-catching. The floral embroidery is kept minimal, and the broad golden border adds grace to the overall look. A plain chiffon dupatta with a matching red border is flawless, which adds to the festival look.
It will help if you keep the jewellery solid colored and subtle. Complete the look with a neat hairdo like a high pony or a one-sided twisted braid.
Transform your Inner Diva in Shararas
Sharara suits are a part of everyone’s Eid outfits collection because they look gorgeous. You will see them in a range of colors, sizes, and patterns. In addition, the sharara suit has a festive vibe, so there is no way you can go wrong with it.
A beautiful Green Sharara Suit with a light embroidered green kameez, salwar in georgette fabric and a georgette dupatta with a thin embroidered border is pretty elegant. The minimal zari embroidery using thread work in this style is perfect for your classiest festive attire. Top it off with a passa, a thin choker, and small matching earrings. But if you want to pick danglers, then remove the passa.
How about a dash of royalty Gharara Suit?
It is no secret that purple is the color of royalty. So you can create a customized Queen look right at home. All you need to do is mix and match the suitable shades of purple according to your skin tone. Look mesmerizing this Eid in a Purple And Gold Gharara Suit. The georgette gharara and kameez with the zari embroidery in floral motifs and ribbon work on the neck, sleeves, and bottom, which are apt to suit the festive mood and give you a comfortable feel during the celebration. A plain chiffon dupatta completes the look.
As purple is a deep color, you must keep the jewellery minimal. Look stylish with a potli bag or ethnic clutch. You can also sport a pastel shade of purple and wear accessories in the deeper shade.
The statement outfit - Anarkali
The Anarkali salwar suit is perhaps already on your list if you are looking for dresses to wear on Eid. The attire is well-fitted till the bust and then flare out to give you a modest yet chic look—the elegant Black Embroidered Anarkali Suit, with heavy lace embroidery on the georgette bottom of the dress. Graceful thread work on the georgette dupatta is striking indeed. In addition, you can wear a passa with big earrings in white to give a classy contrast.
Get perfect Insta-worthy shots by clicking a motion picture with the signature Anarkali twirl.
You can find gorgeous Anarkali suits in contrasting patterns, shades, necklines, sleeves, materials, and likewise.
Be a head-turner with a Pakistani suit
The outfit you pick is crucial in deciding what your style reflects. Pakistani salwar suit is also a key point to keep in mind this Eid. If you want to keep all eyes on you yet look subtle, a Pakistani suit can be your go-to dress.
Ditch the usual heavy look and sport a light Dusty Mauve Multicolor Pakistani Suit and look exclusive. The thread embroidery and sequins work on a georgette kameez are breathtaking; small latkans in the front bottom of the kurta is adding more charm to it. Unlike other Eid dresses, this kurta has a standing collar making it unique. It is beautifully worn with a santoon bottom and dupatta.
Perfect time for Traditional Tales
Last but not least, no list of Eid clothes’ latest collection is complete without Lehenga-Choli. You can either opt for a lehenga choli or a lehenga suit.
Though there are several options, a crowds' favourite colour is maroon. This Maroon Net Lehenga will make all your aunties go like “MashAllah!”. An all embellished lehenga in zari embroidery and thread work. Net dupatta with tiny floral motifs is beautiful enough to complement the lehenga look. The borders in ivory are giving the outfit a modish look. Isn't it a perfect choice to rock the Eid celebration this time? It will look gorgeous with both silver and gold jewellery, depending on the stitching details.
How about a Golden Beige Net Lehenga to keep all eyes on you? With an awesome neckline, its double-layered bell sleeves with double-layered kurti are grabbing the attention. Zari and stonework on small floral motifs on the net fabric add double charm to the dress. We can not stop eyeing the bottom of the lehenga that has Gota Patti work also a herringbone design. The dress has a santoon inner and alongside a net dupatta.
Add bling with a timeless Vintage Jewellery
Eid is incomplete without a statement of traditional jewellery. The right selection of jewellery can completely transform your look. For this, you have to follow a simple rule, which is If you want to don a heavily embroidered attire, then keep the jewellery minimal. But if you have a modest dress, then accentuate your final look with a jadau choker and heavy earrings. You may also highlight your face with a maang teeka or passa.
Hair accessories also play a good role in adding charm. For example, adorn flowers in your hair with a side parting or messy bun.
The pleasantest part about festivals is that women get a chance to put their best foot forward and look the way they want. Countless pictures are clicked to create memories to cherish. Some of them indeed go on their social media handles too. So instead of sticking to the conventional styles, you must feel free to explore and create new looks with every outfit you pick. We hope these tips help you to choose your special Eid dress.